Three Major Spiritual Festivals

2019 Dates, Meetings, and Resources

There are three major spiritual Festivals which form the high point in the annual cycle. These are the Festival of Easter (at the Aries full moon), the Festival of Wesak (at the Taurus full moon), and the Festival of Goodwill (at the Gemini full moon). Through the steady, persistent meditation work of many individuals and groups in all parts of the world these Festivals are now achieving a subjective anchorage in the consciousness of mankind. They represent a basic divine purpose, which will begin to establish its objectives as the various religious institutions simultaneously acknowledge and observe, each in its own way, the unique annual approach of man to God and of God to man. This simultaneous recognition is basic to the structure of the new world religion.


Easter is the festival of the risen living Christ, the expression of the love of God. It is determined by the date of the Spring full moon of Aries and is the great Western and Christian Festival.

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The Wesak Festival is generally known as the Festival of the Buddha. In a legend, full of imagery, He is said to make an annual appearance in a secluded valley somewhere in the Himalayas at the exact time of the full moon of Taurus.

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Often referred to as the Festival of Humanity or the Festival of the Christ, this culminating Festival honours the Christ and celebrates humanity’s potential for duality to be resolved, and for goodwill to flourish.

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3SF Meditation: Letting in the Light

Three Spiritual Festivals Meditation outline

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World Invocation Day

World Invocation Day is a world day of prayer when men and women of every spiritual path join in a universal appeal to divinity and use the Great Invocation.

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The Christ

An index of articles and resources about the Christ

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The New Group Of World Servers – Group Forerunner Of The Christ

A talk given at the 1998 Arcane School Conference in New York about the New Group of World Servers.

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One of the most potent forms of group service is meditation at the full moon, particularly at the May and June full moons.

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