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The Sophia School of Movement offers sacred movement classes with the goal of restoring the reign of the heart in preparation for the reappearance of Christ in His Second Coming.


Through gentle, etheric movement, vivifying classical music, and the sacred sciences, the threefold-ness of the human being is gradually harmonized. Willing, feeling, and thinking are strengthened, and integrated, in and through the Power/Love/Light of Christ. 


The goal, ideally, is to prepare for communion with Christ in His Second Coming, in the clouds (not in a physical body, but in etheric raiment within the life ether of planet earth - recognizable as the Parousia, meaning Renewed Presence, of Christ). 


And Mary Sophia, is our intercessor. She leads us to her Son, the bridge between the Father and Humanity. Blessed are those who are invited to the Heavenly Jerusalem, the realization of the Marriage of the Lamb and His Bride. (See Revelation:12, 19, 21).

 - Kelly W. Calegar, Founder

The Sophia School of Movement


From St. Louis de Montfort about Mary:

"It was through the Blessed Virgin Mary that Jesus came into the world, and it is also through her that he must reign in the world. I declare with the saints: Mary is the earthly paradise of Jesus Christ the new Adam, where he became man by the power of the Holy Spirit, in order to accomplish in her wonders beyond our understanding. She is the vast and divine world of God where unutterable marvels and beauties are to be found.    (Continued below)

The Sophia School of Movement Offers:
Cultivating Inner Radiance
through sacred gesture and the Word

This is a meditative practice of movement that includes

  • the seven Divine I AM sayings of Christ,

  • the seven phrases Christ spoke from the Cross,

  • the seven messages the Risen One spoke to his disciples.


call or write Kelly for more information - all are welcome!

"For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand."        (Ephesians 6:12-13) 

"For this perishable must put on the imperishable, and this mortal must put on immortality."       (1 Corinthians 15:53)

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(Continued from above - St. Louis de Montfort)

The saints have said wonderful things of Mary, the holy City of God, and, as they themselves admit, they were never more eloquent and more pleased than when they spoke of her. According to St. Augustine, even St. Michael, though prince of all the heavenly court, is the most eager of all the angels to honor her and lead others to honor her. At all times he awaits the privilege of going, at her word, to the aid of one of her servants.


"If you wish to understand the Mother," says a saint, "then understand the Son. She is a worthy Mother of God." Hic taceat omnis lingua : Here let every tongue be silent.


My heart has dictated with special joy all that I have written to show that Mary has been unknown up till now, and that that is one of the reasons why Jesus Christ is not known as he should be.

If then, as is certain, the knowledge and the kingdom of Jesus Christ must come into the world, it can only be as a necessary consequence of the knowledge and reign of Mary. She who first gave him to the world will establish his kingdom in the world."

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Who are the Sheep that God sent His Son to Shepherd?

"The "sheep" is the living entity, surrounded by dangers, which is the object of divine care. Doesn't this suffice? Is there too little brilliance and glory here? Is this too feeble an image to be able to arrive at, than, for example, a magician evoking good and evil spirits?
Here it is a matter of drawing attention to one thing, to one sole thing: the language of the Master is that of love and not that of psychology, philosophy, or science. The powerful magician, the artistic genius, the profound thinker, and the radiant mystic certainly merit all these qualifications and perhaps still greater ones, but they do not dazzle God. 
In the eyes of God they are dear sheep to him; in his consideration of them he desires that they shall never go astray and that they shall have life increasingly and unceasingly." (from MOT author anonymous)

The link directly above is to an article by Roger Buck, in which he is reviewing the book The Art of the Good   On the Regeneration of Fallen Justice, by Valentin Tomberg, published by Angelico Press. Here with a quote from the book: "The sickness of the West today is that it is more and more lacking creative elan. The Reformation, rationalism, the French revolution, materialistic faith of the nineteenth century, and the Bolshevik revolution, show that everywhere mankind is turning away from the Virgin (emphasis inserted). The consequence of this is that the sources of creative spiritual elan are drying up, one after the other, and that an increasing aridity is showing up in all domains of the spiritual life of the West."
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