Perth Zoo hosts an “Animal Dreaming” course

Brochure of Animal Dreaming course

If you’ve got a spare thousand dollars, you might like to spend some of it travelling this weekend to attend this AU$660 course in “Animal Dreaming” at the Perth Zoo.

During this event, you can expect to:

  • Look to the Earth Mother for wisdom, guidance and healing and remember the sacred bond you forged with her at the beginning of time
  • Interpret the messages offered by animals encountered during real-life encounters, dreams and vision
  • Learn how to invoke animal spirits to aid in healing, manifestation, protection, fertility and more
  • Enjoy impromptu readings from Scott
  • Learn about ‘stilling the mind’ and finding your very own ‘Power Spot’
  • Participate in a guided meditative journey to find your Totem / Power Animal
  • Reconnection to the heart essence of Earth Mother herself
  • The sacred act of surrendering, offering thanks and showing gratitude
  • Spiritual coaching and intuitive development that ensure a deeper connection to Spirit, the Earth Mother, your Higher Self and the Life Force in all things
  • Ways to develop intuition and inherent psychic abilities
  • Ways to shed and release your old ‘familiar’ self, and heal, rebirth and activate your inherent creative self
  • Ways to turn FEAR into FERTILITY on ALL LEVELS
  • Techniques to ensure spiritual health and psychic protection for the self, the family and the home / office
  • Ways to realise and embrace your Life Purpose and Personal Power

No mention of getting the course fee refunded if one’s expectations are not met — like, say, the expectation of “Reconnection to the heart essence of Earth Mother herself”.

Why is a zoo giving their facilities over to this scam? Maybe our Perth friends – or any Zoo members – can contact their management and express their opinions.

(credit to The Worst of Perth)

Event: ‘Are we alone? The hunt for ET’

Image: Frank Vincentz / WikiMedia Commons

Image: Frank Vincentz / WikiMedia Commons

Is there life beyond Earth?

The observable universe is home to millions of trillions of exoplanets, as planets outside our solar system are called. Many of these remote realms are believed to be of similar size to the Earth, some in orbits where surface water can exist in liquid form. Does this suggest the universe is teeming with life? Or might we be alone in the vastness of space?

That’s the question a panel of eminent scientists, along with Fairfax science columnist Peter Spinks, will debate at a fascinating evening event entitled ‘Are we alone? The hunt for ET’.

Presenters will be:

  • Dr Alan Duffy, Melbourne University astrophysicist
  • Dr Katie Mack, Melbourne University cosmologist
  • Dr Rosemary Mardling, Monash University astronomer
  • Dr Christopher Fluke, Swinburne University astrophysicist

With video interviews from:

  • Mr Allen Sirota, robotics supervisor at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Dr Mario Perez, NASA astrophysicist and planet hunter in Washington
  • Professor Mark Sims, former mission manager of the European Space Agency’s Mars probe, the Beagle, and now astrobiology professor at UK’s Leicester University
  • Dr David Patterson, CSIRO astrophysicist and citizen scientist with Planet Hunters

When: Friday 19 April from 6.30-8.00pm

Where: The Edge in Federation Square

Cost: $30 public, $20 for The Age subscribers. Click here to book tickets.

 

This event is not run by, supported or associated with Melbourne Skeptics in any way.