The Essenes & Ancient Judea Conference
Online Conference

The Essenes & Ancient Judea Conference

Sat, February 17
9am - 4pm PST

Sat, February 17

$55

  • 9am - 4pm PST
  • Replay Access
  • Live or Virtual

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The Essenes were a Jewish sect that lived in Ancient Judea during the Second Temple period, which lasted from the 5th century BCE to the 1st century CE. The Essenes were known for their ascetic lifestyle, which included a strict adherence to ritual purity, communal living, and a vegetarian diet. They also had a strong focus on spiritual contemplation, meditation, and the study of the scriptures.

The Essenes are best known for their association with the Dead Sea Scrolls, a collection of ancient Jewish texts discovered in caves near Qumran in the mid-20th century. The scrolls include biblical and non-biblical texts, as well as community rules and regulations, shedding light on the religious beliefs and practices of the Essenes. The Essenes are also believed to have had an influence on the development of early Christianity, with some suggesting they knew that Yeshua would be born and were waiting for him to incarnate.

Join us as we explore the spirituality and consciousness of Ancient Judea and the life and times of the Essenes.

Your Presenters

Marguerite Rigoglioso

Marguerite Rigoglioso

Tricia McCannon

Tricia McCannon

Kiara Windrider

Kiara Windrider

Kathleen Covalt

Kathleen Covalt

Neil Gaur

Neil Gaur

Eugenia Alves

Eugenia Alves

Oliver Huntley

Oliver Huntley

Tamara Richardson

Tamara Richardson

Stephanie Lodge

Stephanie Lodge

Joan of Angels

Joan of Angels