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Gemini

KEYNOTE: "I RECOGNISE MY OTHER SELF AND IN THE WANING OF THAT SELF, I GROW AND GLOW."

The festival of the Christ is celebrated at the time of the full moon of Gemini. It has the keynote of “humanity, aspiring to God” and blending many different spiritual approaches in one united act of invocation.

At this time of the year a worldwide group meditation seeks to establish a subjective orientation towards the annual spiritual opportunity of the major Festivals of Easter, Wesak and Goodwill. The Festival of Goodwill is always regarded as essentially the Festival of the Christ as he represents humanity at the moment of energy release throughout the planet, an energy which flows through humanity as goodwill in action. This Festival is therefore observed as World Invocation Day when a special invocative focus is placed by countless men and women of goodwill around the world on the reception and distribution of energy through the consecrated use of the Great Invocation. The focus of all our work throughout the period of the Festivals is the Plan, the divine Plan for humanity and the cooperation possible by humanity in “restoring” the Plan on Earth.

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The Christ's Festival | World Invocation Day

Full Moon occurs

Jun. 13, 2014

4.13 AM GMT

12.13 AM US EDT

Festival of Goodwill Broadcast

Join us for the live broadcast of the Festival of Goodwill/Christ's Festival (Gemini) meetings in London and New York, Thursday, June 12.

Christ's Festival Talk

A talk given at the 2014 Christ's Festival meeting in London | New York

Meetings Schedule

NEW YORK LONDON GENEVA

Thursday,
June 12,
at 7:00 pm

(Live broadcast)

NY Theosophical Soc.,

242 East 53rd Street

(bet. 2nd & 3rd Ave.),

New York, New York

Thursday,
June 12,
at 18:30 p.m.

(Live broadcast)

Lucis Trust Library

Suite 54, 3 Whitehall Court,

London, SW1A 2EF

(Embankment Underground

or Charing Cross Underground

and railway stations)

Thursday,
June 12,
at 18:30 h.

Université Ouvrière de Genève
2 rue du Cercle,
1201 Genève –
salle l’Arcade