: North Vancouver District Public Library, Lynn Valley Branch, 1277 Lynn Valley Road
Dr. Leonard George has always been drawn to the
esoteric—to experiences that hint of something beyond. For the summer of 2017,
he received a trio of invitations to speak about esoteric matters: at the
Mongolian Academy of Sciences in Ulaan Baatar; at the Lily Dale Assembly of
Spiritualists in New York; and at a convention of esotericists in Lews Castle,
Scotland. Along the way he witnessed tantric rituals and shamanic dances,
talked with mediums and meditators, roamed fairy haunts and stone circles older
than the pyramids, and enjoyed fine scotch whisky. In this presentation, he
will share impressions and images from his summer’s quest.
These FREE presentations are co-sponsored by Capilano University in partnership with North Vancouver District Public Library, North Vancouver City Library, West Vancouver Memorial Library, Burnaby Public Library, and Gibsons & District Public Library.
This event is free, but space is limited. Early arrival is highly recommended.
Leonard George is the Chair of the School of Social Sciences and a faculty member of the Psychology department at Capilano University. He has written books and articles on a range of topics. George has worked as a bookseller, researcher, cook, assembly line worker, clinical psychologist, hotel handyman, journalist, grocery store clerk and national broadcaster, and has given lectures and seminars around the world on all sorts of things. He is attracted to anything that is vast, intricate or purrs.