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POSTPONED (see below & sign up to receive new date) “Retrieving Soul from the Pathology of Western Culture” by Betty J. Kovacs, Ph.D.

March 21, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT


POSTPONED EVENT:  Thank you for your interest in this event!  It is being postponed as a Coronavirus precaution.  SIGN UP to receive news and updates (including the new date once the event is rescheduled) at www.kamlak.com.  Email ksaavedra@kamlak.com if you need assistance.

Dr. Betty J. Kovacs will be discussing her recent book, Merchants of Light: The Consciousness That Is Changing The World, that focuses on how ancient shaman-mystic-scientist culture was in tune with the Ground of Being and Universal Consciousness, and how this consciousness was rejected by those in power but survived underground and is reemerging in our time.

Q&A to follow the presentation.  Reception and Book Signing 3-4 PM.

Location:  Church of the Foothills, 19211 Dodge Avenue at Newport, Santa Ana, CA 92705.  The event will take place in the Chapel on the Church Campus.

RSVP ASAP – Rev. S. Chamberlain at rev.srederus@yahoo.com

Fee:  $15 At the Door – Cash or Check payable to Sacred Seasons Center.

Betty J. Kovacs received her Ph.D. from the University of California, Irvine, in Comparative Literature and Theory of Symbolic/ Mythic Language.  She taught Literature, Writing, and Symbolic/Mythic Language for twenty-five years.  She served many years as Chair and Program Chair on the Board of Directors of the Jung Society of Claremont in California and sits on the Academic Advisory Board of Forever Family Foundation. Dr. Kovacs is author of Merchants of Light: The Consciousness That Is Changing the World, winner of The Scientific and Medical Network 2019 Book Prize, and The Miracle of Death: There Is Nothing But Life.  Sign up to receive news and events at www.kamlak.com.


March 21, 2020
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm PDT


Church of the Foothills
19211 Dodge Avenue at Newport
Santa Ana/Tustin, California 92705 United States
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