NOTE: Effective June 2014 with our new location, we’re going to move our meetings to the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month.

We want to thank everyone for coming out to our Open House Wednesday. It was a wonderful, magical event – a huge success! Great friends, fun, food and drink.  🙂  Thanks too to Geshe Kalsang Rapgyal of the Tashi Gomang Dharma Center for consecrating our new home.

Join the Louisville Esoteric Society on Wednesday June 11, 2014 at 6:30 PM for our next meeting:   UBUNTU – From Ancient History to Free Energy to a World without Money“ presented by Logan McCulloch.

Michael Tellinger spent his early years as an esoteric researcher focused upon the topic of ancient civilization and its potential original roots in and around his home country of South Africa.  He incorporated the work of researchers such as Klaus Dona and Zecharia Sitchin in trying to connect the dots between ancient Sumer, the Anunnaki and some fascinating megalithic sites he and others had discovered in South Africa.

He espouses a theory that connects the Anunnaki with ancient and modern priest/king bloodlines and the origins of the human species.  He wrote books including Slave Species of God and Adam’s Calendar.  From that research he branched out and began studying the underlying causes of the continued subjugation of the vast majority of the world population to an elite ruling group.  He coined the term “Contributionism” to describe one potential solution to his theories about the inherent tyranny of money, and its deliberate introduction into human society many thousands of years ago.

Join us for a video interview with Michael and what’s sure to be a spirited post video discussion.

All sincere seekers are welcome.  To help defray the operating expenses associated with having our own facility, cost for attendance is $10. We also offer formal pre-pay memberships at discounted rates. Pick up a brochure at LES HQ for more information about the rates for and benefits of becoming a pre-pay LES Member.

Click here for our NEW LOCATION (map and directions)

A calendar of upcoming meeting topics can be found here.