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Supernatural - Meetings With the Ancient Teachers of Mankind.
Graham delivered an inspiring lecture about Ayahausca - the sacred plant of the Amazon and ideas about how it stimulated evolution.
The Old Stones of Land's End
John spoke about his early research into the standing stones, dolmens and stone circles in the southwest tip of Cornwall and how many have gone missing since. Looking at alignments & leys.
The Cygnus Mystery: The ancient secret of life’s origins in the cosmos. Andrew discussed the influence of cosmic rays from the Cygnus region and if they accelerated evolution in Palaeolithic times. Also called the 'Northern Cross'.
Alexander Thom: Come the Time, Come the Man. A detailed look at the father of archaeoastronomy and discoveries of complex geometries in stone circles. A biography of the late, great Alexander Thom, including unpublished works.
Stone Circles & Crop Circles:
A Romance. Michael took a sardonic look at how crop circles often appear near megalithic sites and described the similarities in geometries and hidden number within the designs.
Divining the Stones: Dowsing, the Earth Mysteries, and The Spiritual Journey. Sig looked at why dowsers get different results in their research and gave an overview of how the ancients may have worked with geomancy.
Measuring the Megaliths
Nosha delivered a lecture on ancient units of measure, from Egyptian Cubits to Megalithic Yards and the surveying of the Earth in antiquity. He is the top living authority on this subject, and this was his first public talk.
Megalithic Astronomical Alignments of Avalon
Nick spoke on the relationship between the primary hills of Glastonbury, the geometry that they display, and their astronomy - first noticed by Thom. With exclusive discoveries.
The Shining Ones: The work of the O'Briens. Edmund stood in for Joy O'Brien due to Illness, and summarised the main research of Tim & Joy O'Brien on the Cambridge-Hatfield Loxodrome and a biography of their lives.
Ancient Rock Carvings: An Overview.
George gave us a tour of many rock carvings found on the stones at megalithic sites, including Sheela-na-gig effigies.
Joining up the Megaliths.
Andy explained the use of modern technology in Megalithic studies and showed obscure sacred sites worldwide from contributors from the Megalithic Portal, his massive website.
Megalithic Geometrical Loose Ends. John delivered detailed talk on the geometry of stone circles, simple and complex, with some new research on Stonehenge, Stanton Drew and other 'multiple' sites. Tantalising glimpses of a lost tradition.
The Pagan Reinvention of Stonehenge and Avebury. Andy looked at the development of neo-paganism at these sites, a story that includes 100 years of Druids, Goddess worship, earth mysteries, free festival & road protest movements.
Megalithomania and the
Planetary Grid. Hugh gave an overview of the distribution on ancient megalithic sites. leys, pyramids and earth energies around the world, and discussed the various grids that join them all up.
See Hugh's page here
Man and Stone. Jurgen presented a slideshow on ancient megalithic sites, simulacra and natural stone formations, entirely set to music. Withare shots of Sardinian and Corsican standing stones and the Nabta stone circle in Egypt.
Shamanism and the Sacred Landscape. Chris looked at Ancestor Worship, chambered tombs, stone circles, alignments, and how they markedthe line between world and spirit. Mainly studying Avebury, Dartmoor and kilmarten Glen.
The Michael Line, the Kabbalah and the Tarot. A visionary journey along the St. Michael axis, exploring divination, the 'Green Stone' and sacred sites. Inspired by the psychic questing movement.
“In the merry month of May, Merrily Harpur joined a motley band of megalithomaniacs in the Assembly Rooms of Glastonbury and discovered that Britain’s ancient stones still have plenty to tell us…” Read full Fortean Times review here
“A really interesting two days - and a deluge of new information, most of which I'm still trying to assimilate...” Read Simon Banton’s review here
To hear an interesting podcast of the event, go here.