Megalithomania Conference 2015

Megalithomania  Conference
Glastonbury, UK,  May 9-10, 2015

The 2015 Megalithomania Conference willl take place in Glastonbury, UK (after a much needed year off!), on Saturday 9th May at Glastonbury Town Hall with a distinguished line-up of Megalithomaniacs, plus extra activities on the Friday and Sunday.

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FRIDAY, May 8 / 2-6pm / Stanton Drew Tour + Local Megaliths, with Geoff Stray & Hugh Newman

10am - 11am - Peter Knight
11.15 - 12.15 - Hugh Newman
12.30 - 1.30 - Chris H. Hardy: The Sacred Network: Leys, megaliths and the French connection.

2.45 - 3.45 - Richard Heath (introduced by Christine Rhone)
4.00 - 5pm - Jim Vieira
5.15 - 6pm - Speakers Forum (all speakers + Christine Rhone, hosted by Hugh Newman)
6pm - 8.30pm – Dinner + Patrick MacManaway
8.30 – 9pm Book Signings

SUNDAY, May 10
10am - 12.30pm: Chris Hardy Workshop: COSMO-TELLURIC WAVES & THE MEGALITHIC GRID
2pm - 5.30pm: Glastonbury Walk with Anthony Thorley
7.30pm - 10pm : Double lecture with Hugh Newman & Jim Vieira

Workshop with Chris Hardy, Glastonbury, May 10, 2015
The Sacred Network: Leys, Megaliths 
and the French Connection

First marked by the standing stones of our megalithic ancestors, the world’s sacred sites are not only places of spiritual energy but also hubs of cosmic energy and earthly energy. Generation upon generation has recognized the power of these sites, with the result that each dominant culture builds their religious structures on the same spots. Chris Hardy shows how the world’s sacred sites coincide with the intersections of energetic waves from the earth’s geomagnetic field and how—via their megaliths, temples, and steeples—these sites act as antennae for the energies of the cosmos. Delving deeply in to Paris’s sacred network, she also explores the intricate geometrical patterns created by the alignments of churches and monuments, such as pentagrams and Stars of David.
Cognitive and systems scientist, PhD in psychological anthropology and ex-researcher at Princeton’s Psychophysical Research Laboratories, Chris H. Hardy has spent the last two decades investigating nonlocal consciousness and thought-provoking mind potentials. She is author of more than fifty papers and about fifteen books on these subjects. Chris H. Hardy spends a lot of time traveling and exploring various knowledge systems and cultures, maintaining a keen interest in eastern religions, shamanism, and esoterica. She presents regularly at various international conferences, and is a member of several scientific societies based in the US, exploring system theory, chaos theory, parapsychology, and consciousness studies. Author of The Sacred Network, Inner Traditions, 2011; DNA of the Gods, Bear & Co, 2014.


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