Péladan: Paris' Occult Artist-Philosopher - Live Lecture
Tue, 02 Feb | Online & Delayed Viewing

Péladan: Paris' Occult Artist-Philosopher - Live Lecture

Dr Sasha Chaitow's live lecture on Joséphin Péladan, fin-de-siecle Paris' occultist-artist, with audience Q & A. Delayed viewing tickets also available
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Time & Location

02 Feb, 19:00 – 21:00
Online & Delayed Viewing

About The Event

Joséphin Péladan (Sâr Merodack, 1858-1918) was the enfant terrible of the French occult revival -- a symbolist artist, occultist and philosopherinfluenced by Platonism and Luciferian theology.  Péladan's philosophical project was a plan for the salvation of humanity - this was to be done by an inner circle of artist-initiates who bombard the masses with uplifting symbol-laden art and would ignite a collective awakening. Human creativity would thus redeem the Fall of man and angels. The occult artist, in short, holds the key to salvation - an idea that is as radical as one can imagine today. 

            This live lecture, with audience Q & A, is by Dr Sasha Chaitow, the acknowledge world expert on Péladan. An independent occult scholar and freelance lecturer, she has many publications to her name, including a forthcoming study of  Péladan with Fulgur Press. She is also a painter with numerous solo exhibitions and an active art practice. 

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