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Origins Conference 2019

The Origins Conference was founded by authors Andrew Collins (Questing Conference) and Hugh Newman (Megalithomania) in 2013 to explore the origins of civilization. The 2019 conference takes place at Rudolf Steiner House in London on Saturday 16th November with a Sunday visit to the British Museum (sold out). Listen to lectures, news and revelations, and share views and ideas with others on the quest of discovery.

The keynote speaker for Origins Conference 2019 is now confirmed. Author Christopher Dunn will be flying over from America to share his breakthrough research on the engineering skills and lost technologies of ancient Egypt. Being an engineer himself, he reconstructed how the great pyramid could have been used as what he calls 'The Giza Power Plant', and has back-engineered the intricate carvings in granite that were created with what appears to be computers and advanced power tools, perhaps with a lost form of sonic technology.

We also welcome back Graham Phillips who will be presenting research from his new book 'The Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge' and Jim Vieira from America who will be sharing evidence of esoteric teachings in prehistoric cultures. Andrew Collins will reveal brand new research on the origins of the Denisovans, and special guest Lenie Reedijk from Holland who's groundbreaking book 'Sirius: The Star of the Maltese Temples' has caused a sensation. Hugh Newman on some new research on the origins of the megalith builders in Europe and the connections to the Americas.

Saturday Programme

9.15am - Doors open

9.50am – Opening Address with Hugh Newman

10.00am – Jim Vieira: Metaphysical Secrets of the Ancients

11.00am - Break

11.20am – Lenie Reedijk: Sirius: The Star of the Maltese Temples

12.20pm – Break

12.40pm – Hugh Newman: Geomancy of the Giants and The Winnemucca Connection

1.40pm - Lunch

3.00 pm – Graham Phillips : Wisdomkeepers of Stonehenge

4.00pm - Break

4.20pm – Andrew Collins: The Denisovan Origins of Civilization

5.20pm – Break

5.40pm – Keynote - Christopher Dunn: The Great Pyramid Gives Up More Secrets

6.50pm – Break

7.00 pm: Speaker Forum Q & A

7.45pm - End of day.


There will be a Sunday visit to the British Museum to explore some of the most famous exhibits including the Rosetta Stone, Assyrian hall, Egyptian hall, Sumerian hall, Mexican room, and more with Caroline Wise, and Chris Dunn will be joining us to look closely at some of the Egyptian artifacts on display. (THIS IS NOW SOLD OUT)

Caroline leads popular tours of the British Museum on these topics and has had an active involvement in earth mysteries since the late 1970s and Psychic Questing since the 1980s. She writes books on the ancient goddesses and mysterious London. She will be joined by Chris Dunn at the Egyptian exhibits at the museum who will show evidence of ancient machining and stone working mastery in some of the artifacts.

Please note that no wheeled cases or large cases are allowed in the museum, and no sharp objects, and no commercial photography. The group will meet at the rear entrance to the museum on Montague Place WC1E 7JW. (Please note this is not the main entrance). Caroline will be waiting outside the entrance by the security hut. Nearest Tube Stations: Goodge Street and Russell Square.


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Tickets are £52.00. Optional Sunday Museum Tour is £18. Combined Saturday and Sunday ticket £67 per ticket. All tickets sales include a £2.50 booking fee. Please note that all early-bird tickets have now been sold. The conference is likely to sell out,