Coming to the Center Hosts Caroline Tully

Saturday October 22 at 7:00 PM ET US

or Sunday October 23 at 10:00 AM in Australia

Click to register for this free livestream event

Nature, Shamanism and Psychoactive Drugs in Cretan Bronze Age Religion: What kind of religious activities were practised in the Bronze Age Aegean? Through examination of ancient Minoan visual art, objects and texts, Caroline will explain how aspects of Minoan religion can be considered shamanistic.

Caroline Tully, P.h.D., is a Pagan, Witch, and Archaeologist. Her interests include ancient Mediterranean religions, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Thelema and contemporary Paganisms, particularly Witchcraft and Pagan Reconstructionism. Caroline is an expert on Egyptomania and the religion of Minoan Crete. She is the author of The Cultic Life of Trees in the Prehistoric Aegean, Levant, Egypt and Cyprus (Peeters 2018), and many academic and popular articles. Caroline has curated exhibitions of Egyptian, Greek, and Roman antiquities, and regularly presents lectures and workshops on ancient religion and magic. See her work at: https://unimelb.academia.edu/CarolineTully and at her blog:  http://necropolisnow.blogspot.com/

  • Library & Research Orientation Jan 21

    Dana Doerksen, MLIS

    Seminary Librarian Dana Doerksen will be presenting another Library & Research Orientation on Saturday, January 21, 2023, at 2:00 PM ET (US) on ZOOM. Meet with Dana to talk about research in general and services available at Cherry Hill Seminary. We will also spend some time exploring the resources in the Judy Harrow Memorial Library and Information Center. Bring any questions that you have, there will be time at the end of the prepared presentation. Students, faculty, and staff are all most welcome. Register here and bring your cup of coffee!