December, 2007
Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship
Raleigh, NC
Issue 225

Rev. Dan Chesbro

“And Lo, A Star!”
The Arrival of a New Age

Our December speaker was recently asked,
“Do you remember signing up for this cosmic event?”
He replied, “Well, apparently we all signed on or we would not be here for this phantasmagorial episode in the spiritual evolution of the human condition and the life of planet Earth.” The Age of Aquarius is here, a new era of equality and egalitarianism that will lead to a state of oneness in which death does not exist.

The “great intrusion” is a blue light coming from the area of the North Star, anchoring points of the Earth along and between the 27th and 38th parallels north. It is a loving, transformational energy coming in from the sun and a pair of quasars, a measurable force in the form of neutrinos—what scientists refer to as a unifying field, and the glue that holds the universe together—that is also the god force and has no death cycle. Since 1991, when the anchoring was completed, Earth has received an increase in vibration that signals the end of the Piscean Age and the beginning of the new Age of Aquarius. Dan Chesbro will teach us about this process, the transformation of Earth that has occurred, and what’s to come.

Rev. Daniel Chesbro’s intuitive abilities awakened in childhood with dreams and feelings of guidance. As a college student at the University of Connecticut, his experiences guided him to pursue a ministerial career. Following seminary training, he became an American Baptist minister serving congregations in Boston; Philadelphia; and in Rochester and Webster, New York. When he was 33, he began traveling to spiritual conferences, teaching, counseling, lecturing, and appearing on radio and television; for several years, he hosted a cable program called “The Open Door.” His work has taken him all over the United States and to Canada, Europe, India, Tibet, and Egypt. He founded a non-denominational church, Sanctuary of the Beloved, in 1980; and, in 1983, he established the educational corporation Visions of Tomorrow, which sponsors a conference at Geneseo State College every summer.

In 1986, Dan re-established the ancient Order of Melchizedek. Melchizedek is beloved by many faiths as a great teacher and prophet; one of the many incarnations that the Christ assumed, and more spirit than physical, he or she appeared on Earth without a birth experience and wrote The Book of Job and the teachings on the principle of The Law of One. The School of the Prophets and the Essene Order are also part of his Earthwork.

Dan had received guidance saying simply, “It is time to call the priests”; since then, he has taught and ordained some 15,000 women and men who have chosen this path—a priesthood of individuals committed to teach and to heal the human condition as we emerge into the Age of Aquarius. These priestesses and priests are given an energy boost to enhance the work they are already doing, healing and teaching love in this Great Transformation of Planet Earth.

Dan combines sensitive intuitive abilities with his ministerial background, psychological training, and metaphysical knowledge to teach, guide, and enhance the lives of those he encounters. Diana Henderson, a local priestess in the order and a longtime friend of his, says, “Dan is a bright spirit engaged in wondrous light work.” A dynamic lecturer and teacher, he encourages others to self-love, self-confidence, balance, and the pursuit of their own high spiritual selves.

To learn more about Dan and his work,
visit his website,

Sanctuary of the Beloved

Calendar of Events

December 6 , 2007

Dan Chesbro
“And Lo, A Star!”
The Arrival of a New Age

December 8, 2007

Dan Chesbro

Ordination into the Order of Melchizedek


January 3, 2008

Bernie Ashman
Our Annual Astrological Forecast

SFF Raleigh Mission
At the Raleigh Chapter of Spiritual Frontiers Fellowship International, our mission is to enhance the spiritual, mystical, and metaphysical awareness and consciousness of our community by sponsoring programs that facilitate personal growth and development and a holistic approach to health and living.

Within the scope of our mission, we choose speakers who offer a variety of views and philosophies, but SFF does not endorse any speakers’ statements or beliefs. You are invited to come with an open mind and depart with all that feels true for you.


December 6, 2007

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Hall
3313 Wade Avenue
Raleigh, NC 27607

Doors Open: 6:45 PM
Lecture: 7:15 - 9:30 PM
Cost: $10
Seniors/Students: $8 with valid ID

Early Meditation: 6:30 PM

Ordination into the Order of Melchizedek

Saturday, December 8
10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Click here for more information

Diana Henderson

Time: 6:30 - 7:00 PM

Cost: Free

An open guided meditation will be held at 6:30 PM in the Ralph Waldo Emerson room (the upper building, lower level) at the UUFR.

Come early and treat yourself to the gift of a healing and centering meditation.  The first few minutes are focused on sending healing love and light to Mother Earth and her inhabitants

Then join Diana Henderson in a meditation focused on cleansing the psyche and welcoming balance into our lives. As we prepare for the coming winter solstice, we are invited to go inward for a time, to surrender and be still. This meditation offers the opportunity for deep connection to the still point within the Earth and ourselves.

Diana is an intuitive counselor, channel, Reiki Master, and long-time teacher and meditation leader. Her work as a healer, teacher, and messenger focuses on opening people to their own healing and intuitive gifts and enhancing their spiritual connection. She incorporates guided visualization in her healing work, which includes intuitive guidance aligned with your higher self; energetic therapy and cleansing to promote wholeness, balance and harmony; and classes that empower you to heal and energize your destiny. She teaches Reiki and offers workshops on angels and archangels, crystals, energetic cleansing, developing intuition, DNA activation, and more; and she coordinates a weekly prayer circle via e-mail with over 100 participants.

Through channeled guidance from the Council of Light, Diana was led to found the Order of Archangel Michael in 2002. She and her husband hold group initiation and activation ceremonies for the Order. She also facilitates monthly meetings called “A Gathering of Angels” at Dancing Moon Books & Gifts in Raleigh on the second Thursday each month. She and colleague Julia Hanline will offer a quarterly group cleanse at Dancing Moon on December 22 (winter solstice).

Diana has also been a long time supporter of SFF, having served, at various times, as meditation coordinator, writer, programs chairman, and chairman—occasionally more than one at a time.

Find more about Diana and her work at her websites and


The lecture begins at 7:15 PM following the meditation.
We look forward to seeing you!


SFF Lecture Recordings
We generally record all of our lectures and you may purchase audio tapes of most lectures from the late 1980's through September, 2006. For lectures beginning with September, 2006, lecture recordings are now available on CD.

Tape recordings are $10 which includes postage.
Cassette tapes are available of most SFF lectures dating back to 1988. They may be available for future events as well.

CDs are available in two formats.

Two disk audio CD sets are $15
Because audio CDs are limited to a maximum of 78 minutes, if you would like an audio CD of a lecture playable on any CD player.

One disk MP3 CD is $10
If you would like a CD using the MP3 format (playable on your computer and many new CD and DVD players but not on older CD players), it will be on one disk.

Our meetings are held in the lower level of the newly re-modeled and expanded
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh
at 3313 Wade Avenue in Raleigh.


The early meditation is held in the Ralph Waldo Emerson room of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Raleigh.

This is in the same building (Peace Hall) as the Clara Barton room, but the Emerson room is on the lower level.

If coming from the front parking lot, go down the steps between the two buildings. There's an entry door on the right side of Peace Hall. Go in this door and down the hall, and the Ralph Waldo Emerson room is on the left at the end.

If coming from the back parking lot, go up the steps between the main building, which houses the sanctuary in front and Fellowship Hall in the rear, and Peace Hall, the building to the left. Entry door will be on the left a short distance up the stairs.