Kaaba Colloquium is on indefinite hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch this page and other U.S.G.L. news sources for updates.
Establish at thy Kaaba a clerk-house AL III:41
Kaaba Colloquium is dedicated to helping active O.T.O. initiates increase their leadership knowledge and skills, to discuss strategies, tactics, and advice on leadership roles and activities, and to meet with successful and prominent leaders from all over the nation. While Kaaba is aimed at current and aspiring local body officers, it is open to any member in good standing, of the I degree or above, who wishes to attend.
U.S. Grand Lodge, Ordo Templi Orientis sponsors Kaaba Colloquium. The events are held at local bodies throughout the country, typically twice per year.
The presenters at Kaaba Colloquium are experienced O.T.O. leaders with practical, hands-on experience in running local bodies. Their presentations cover topics running the gamut from local body finances to resolving disputes between members to techniques for retaining and motivating members.
The term Kaaba, which appears in The Book of the Law as quoted above, is of Islamic origin. Its original symbolism is worthy of close study.
If you have questions about Kaaba Colloquium, please contact the Kaaba coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org .