Convention of Alternative Archaeology
Sunday Oct. 4th 2009
The 6th annual assembly bringing together people seeking deeper truths about our ancient spiritual heritage. This year dedicated to the memory of David Kingston, who passed away earlier this year. Five illustrated presentations, and stands - great value at only £20 in advance (£25 on door) 25% discount for Dorset Earth Mysteries Group members!
Limited seating – we were almost full in 2008 - advance booking advised!
This Years Speakers:
- Hugh le Prevost – The Ark of the Covenant – Israel’s Holy Grail. Hugh, a long-standing researcher from Glastonbury, looks at why Moses made the Ark as the Throne of God, and the Knights Templar associations with the Ark, and he is bringing along with him a replica of the Ark he has constructed himself, which has produced amazing energetic phenomena and extra-dimensional manifestations.
- Peter Knight – Chambered Tombs of Europe – A Personal Journey. Peter is the Convention Organiser. He is the author of six earth mysteries books. He has travelled across Europe and the USA studying and experiencing prehistoric sites, and presents his findings on the similarities and local differences of chambered tombs and dolmen, and how we can interact with them today.
- Gary Biltcliffe - Etruscan and Greek Sacred Sites – New Discoveries. Gary is a well-respected author, psychic, and researcher; In this presentation he tells us of his journeys, discoveries and personal experiences at ancient, and often little known, Greek and Etruscan sites, including pyramids and his discovery of very ancient polygonal walls in Europe. Website: www.belinusline.com
- Tony Peart – The Landscape Geometry of the Knights Templar sites of Europe. Tony has for many years researched and mapped landscape hexagrams, pentagrams and other shapes laid out around Knights Templar sites across Europe. See his work on his website: www.templarmechanics.com
- Anthony Kennish – The Earth Energies and Ley Lines of Glastonbury. Anthony lives in Glastonbury and has for many years written about his dowsing of the leys and energies around the Isle of Avalon, an area stepped in myth and power. His great guide to Glastonbury energy flows, The Glastonbury Chronicles, is highly recommended. Website: www.tonykennish.co.uk
Plus a showing during the lunch break of “Standing with Stones”, a beautiful visual journey through megalithic Britain, by Rupert Soskin and Michael Bott – stunning photography and computer graphics.
Only £20 in advance (£25 on door – but only if seats are available).
Please make cheques payable to P Knight - 3, The Green, Calne, Wiltshire, SN11 8DG.
Time: 10.15am – 6.30pm
Venue: The Brownsword Hall Poundbury, Dorchester, Dorset