Autumn Equinox 1996 MAG E-zine
In this issue, two Geomancers, Michael Schneider and Chuck Pettis share some of their leading edge thinking. I first met Michael perhaps ten years ago at a conference in Boston where he gave an excellent conmputer-generated sacred geometrical interpretation of the facade of St. John the Divine in New York City. In , "Cosmic Dozens: Designs of Twelve-Fold Society and Art" he gives us his take on the number Twelve, including some excellent sacred geometrical diagrams from different cultures which he uses to weave his ideas about Twelve together.
I met Chuck Pettis at The Foundation of Light in Ithaca, New York, in the mid-seventies around the time when he built the first new, energetically and astronomically-concidered stone circle that I know of in the US. In "A Geomancer's Mission Today" Chuck outlines his vision of the geomancer's present role in society. It is a very good answer to the question, "What is a geomancer?"