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Hugh Newman

Megaliths of East Anglia

Hugh explored the megalithic sites, earthworks and leys in East Anglia from his forthcoming book 'The Wandlebury Enigma', also looking at the Nuthampstead landscape zodiac, the 'Loxodrome' and numerous newly discovered alignments. He explored megaliths, mounds, earthworks and the Michael and Mary earth energy lines that link to Avebury and Glastonbury in the west country as well as lost secrets in this unique part of England. There are also many ancient tracks and pilgrimage routes that were marked with stones and mounds. Filmed at Megalithomania Glastonbury 2011

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Hugh Newman is an author, conference organiser, world explorer, tour host, and megalithomaniac. As an author he has researched the Indigo child phenomenon and published a book on the subject. His most recent book, Earth Grids has been published by Wooden Books. He has released numerous DVDs of his multi-media presentations. He has articles published in The Leyhunter, Mindscape Magazine, World Explorer Magazine, The Circular, The Spiral, The Heretic, New Dawn (Australia) and numerous other publications. As well as organising the Megalithomania conferences, he has spoken at events in the UK, Malta, France, Peru, Egypt, Bosnia and North America. He has appeared on BBC TV, Sky Channel 200, Bosnian TV and the History Channel in the last three seasons of Ancient Aliens. He is currently writing a book about the Wandlebury complex near Cambridge. His next adventure is a research trip & tour to Megalithic Peru and Bolivia with Freddy Silva and Brien Foerster in November 2014. See here for info. See his full profile, other DVDs, upcoming tours and interviews here

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The 2011 Megalithomania conference took place in Glastonbury in May 2011.
See full series of lectures here