A few days ago The Wild Hunt commented on the building of the New Alexandrian Library, something I felt was definitely worth sharing. The Assembly of the Sacred Wheel is overseeing the project, which seeks to create “a library worthy of its namesake” focusing on spiritual and mystical writings from many traditions. A fundraising event is being planned, but has yet to be announced. An appeal has been made to their supporters to help pay for the forklift they are renting. If you’d like to make a donation, you can go here. You can also track the library’s progress on Facebook .
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