Angels, Aliens & Art...Oh, My!
Time & Location
About the event
SPACE is holding a very special Open House/Fundraiser at Dream Barn Hollow.
From 10:00 am to 5:00 pm there will be opportunities to learn about energy healing in various capacities, including sound healing (featuring The Cohere Mat, Core Harmonizer, & more), the Orgone Accumulator, Tachyon Energy, Photon Beam Energy, and Ancestral Clearing.
Presenters and speakers include authors and experts:
Ed Conroy is the author of “Report on ‘Communion,’” (Morrow, 1989; Avon, 1990), the result of his year-long investigation into the life and work of Whitley Strieber, author of the best-selling UFO “abduction” narrative “Communion: A True Story” (Morrow, 1987, and many subsequent editions). He was also the editor of “Combating Cult Mind Control” by Steven Hassan (Park Street Press, an imprint of Inner Traditions International, 1988 and numerous subsequent editions). As an arts and culture writer for the San Antonio Express-News in the 1980s and early 1990s, Ed chronicled the lively arts scene in his native city with a particular emphasis on profiling artists from Mexico and Latinx artists in the US, utilizing his fluency in Spanish, gained from his studies at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and travels in Mexico. For the past 30 years, Ed has served as development director for arts organizations in San Antonio, including the San Antonio Symphony and, for the past 23 years, Southwest School of Art. In his youth in California, Ed was also a student in the School of Critical Studies at California Institute of the Arts in Los Angeles. Moving to San Francisco in 1972 as a conscientious objector to the Viet Nam War (and all wars), he learned to cook and to manage a restaurant, imported medicinal herbs and acupuncture supplies from China and Japan at Herb T. Company, meditated at the San Francisco Zen Center, and he studied Chinese martial arts. He received an education in the Western Hermetic Tradition (astrology, cabala, laboratory alchemy) from Albert Riedel (Frater Albertus) at the Paracelsus College in Salt Lake City, as well as in classical astrology from Simeon Nash in San Francisco. Most recently, he edited “The Great Reset and its Health Dictatorship: A Guide to Freedom in the Post-Corona World” by Harrie Salman, soon to be released by the Center for Anthroposophical Endeavors. He reviews books for the San Antonio Express-News and Houston Chronicle and is writing an historical novel set during the Mexican Revolution. He plans on writing more about the quickly developing awakening of humanity to the many dimensions of stealth technologies and interdimensional contacts at play in our times. He works in concert with the Mystech organization allied with the Anthroposophical community in the United States
Elizabeth Cockey is an art therapist who has achieved national acclaim for her work with long term and palliative care facilities. The focus of her art therapy programs has been in geriatrics working with individuals who are recovering from stroke dementia, depression, and degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and Parkinson’s.
She holds BA degrees in both Art and Psychology and a Master’s degree in Art therapy. Elizabeth has created recreational art therapy programs in the Baltimore area for over 17 years and is the author of two books. Her memoir Drawn From Memory is an account of her work with individuals recovering from memory loss and grief, and her most recent book Upstate New York: Towns That We Love is an illustrative history about the upper Hudson River Valley in New York.
Celeste Longacre is equal parts gardener & astrologer. She is the astrologer for “The Old Farmer’s “Almanac”, does a monthly horoscope for www.almanac.com and her segment on the presidential candidates on NBC’s Today Show was chosen as one of the best of the year and shown again the following New Year’s Day. She also grows much of her family’s produce. She is the author of 3 books, “Visitor’s Guide to Planet Earth: an Astrological Primer,” “Love Signs,” and “Celeste’s Garden Delights.”
Tony Sullivan is a lifelong dowser, astrologer, angel aficionado, and Vision Quest Protector. His interest in alternative healing modalities is vast and has lead him to explore numerous methods, which he will discuss.
There will be stations for personal exploration and learning, as well as (weather permitting) a fun story-stroll for children of all ages.
Various items and services will also be available for purchase - from aura photos to handcrafted garden products.
Suggested donation for the day is $25 per person; $40 per family.