2021 Distance Learning March 2-7
March 2 at 6:00 PM - March 7 at 11:00 AM EST
2021 March Distance Learning
Tuesday, March 2 - Sunday, March 7, 2021
Welcome to our 2021 Distance Learning Program. Below you will find the schedule of upcoming classes for the first Distance Learning Week of March along with their descriptions.
Prerequisites will not be required to register for Distance Learning courses. Certification students will, however, be held to prerequisite requirements before testing.
Members and Non-Members: $80 for each 1 credit class (No vouchers will be accepted for online education)
Registration deadline is 24 hours prior to the start of each individual class.
All classes for the week can be purchased at the Camp Chesterfield Storefront
The registration process is different this year. When you purchase your classes, you will receive an email with instructions to download the files that contains the details and registration link for the classes. Make sure you download the files promptly and follow the instructions to register for the classes on Zoom.
Tuesday, March 2, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Thursday, March 4, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Numerology 1 with Rev. Jeremy Kaylor (MP1)
This class involves the branch of knowledge that deals with the occult significance of numbers and the vibration of letters. This helps determine an individual’s personality, talents, strengths, inner needs, obstacles and ways of dealing with others at all levels including physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
Tuesday, March 2, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Thursday, March 4, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Ritual Work of the Metaphysician (MP2)
Students will learn the proper use of ritual and angelic energies in the work of the metaphysician. Proper use of natural law to work as co-creator with God, awaken the God spark within and increase personal responsibility in metaphysical ritual will be offered. A variety of traditional and interfaith rituals will be discussed, and students will plan and perform a ritual for a specific purpose. *Prerequisite: Candle Ceremony, and Fundamentals of Metaphysics
Wednesday, March 3, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Friday, March 5, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Preparation for the Ministry 2 with Rev. Jeremy Kaylor (O)
This class offers extended insights into ministerial expectations and duties. *Prerequisite: Preparation for the Ministry I
Wednesday, March 3, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday, March 5, 8:00pm to 10:00pm
Heaven: A Visual Updating of Western Culture's Hope for the Future with Rev. P.T. Wilson (E)
It's taken over 4000 years so far and we're still figuring it out! Our notion of Heaven has been changing generation after generation. We’ll review early beginnings that were very similar in nature to those of cultures hundreds of miles apart. We'll watch as the concept(s) of heaven change and progress leading up to present-day understandings in a variety of current Western religions and teachings. Finally, we’ll predict what seems to be developing for the generations to come.
Saturday, March 6, 9am-11am
Sunday, March 7, 9am-11am
Angelic Consciousness: Beings of Light and Darkness (E)
Following the hierarchy of angels and demons, of fallen ones and of the companions for the journey, we explore the spiritual terrain of angels by comparing religious traditions and literature. In the Western tradition we look at the Christian, Kabbalist, and Islamist views of angels, while in the Eastern tradition we look at the Hindu and Buddhist understandings of spirit beings. The connective tissue appears along the Silk Road, including Zoroastrian and Yezidi peoples. We also touch upon theories from modern mystics and quantum physicists on the nature of consciousness.
Saturday, March 6, 12:00pm to 5:00pm
1 hour break included
Astrology 1 with Rev. Michael Schlotterbeck (MP1)
Learn the basic meaning of the planets, signs and houses of astrology and how these energies define personality and opportunities in our life.
Saturday, March 6, 1pm-6pm
1 hour break included
Prayer with Rev. Jane DeVore (H/A)
Prayer is a very powerful and essential tool for everyone, particularly those in the ministry. This class will help students understand the four basic types of prayer that a healer may be called to make during their public ministry. The student will also learn about different ways of praying, and how to create powerful, meaningful prayers.