Those of you that would like to attend the meeting in person are welcome to join in at the Atlantis Bookshop from 1:30pm onwards. Please note that in person spaces are limited.
21 January 2023
Imhotep and the Hermetic tradition - Frater Jack Kausch
18 February 2023
Mystical and Philosophical Speculation in the opera ‘Doktor Faust’ by Ferruccio Busoni - Frater Fred Scott
18 March 2023
Shakespeare’s Grave - Frater Michael Osborne
15 April 2023
Esoteric University: A peculiar spark of light behind the Iron Curtain - Frater Leo Lusicic
20 May 2023
Reincarnation in the Western tradition - Frater Kevin Swierkosz-Lenart
17 June 2023
The Numerical and Harmonic Structure of the Universe - Frater Peter Hayward
15 July 2023
Spiritual Astrology and the English Qaballa - Cath Thompson and Barry Down
16 September 2023
21 October 2023
The Origins of our Society - Frater Kevin Wheeler
18 November 2023
The Shakespearean Project - Frater Mario Moroni
16 December 2023
Winter Solstice Meditation - Frater Cheyne Towers
If you are interested in attending any of the events listed above, or receive more information on new dates and topics as they become available, please sign up to our mailing list and details will be circulated for each meeting date.
From its foundation by the Metropolitan College, the Metropolitan Study Group has always understood that its purpose is to seek truth and perfection, and thereby heal our fellow men and women, and the world in which we live.
From 1976 until February 2020, our meetings were held in the headquarters of our Society at Stanfield Hall in Hampstead, London.
With the sale of this property, we sought a new location to provide an appropriate setting for the work that we hope to do in the future. Our search has now been completed and we will use premises at the Atlantis Bookshop, 49a Museum Street, Bloomsbury, London, from October 2021. This location has had a particularly close association with many of those people linked with the story of the Metropolitan College and will provide a sympathetic environment for its Study Group.
Our experience from the recent programme of Zoom meetings and the publication of our Pamphlets, is that there is a desire from our members for a greater range of contributions at our meetings. For example, by including presentations that blend papers and online content, meditations, music and performance.
In this manner, we will be providing a range of events that aim to offer a variety of experiences and formats, building upon the strengths of different environments both online and in person. From our online study groups that continue to build in popularity; through to our Rosicrucian Salons that bring together different experiential and artistic mediums; and in future also workshops that help people develop areas of interest most relevant to the Rosicrucian tradition.