The Dorset Earth Mysteries Group was formed in 1998 to promote and explore various Earth Mysteries.

Dorset Earth Mysteries Group

The Dorset Earth Mysteries Group was formed in 1998 to promote and explore various Earth Mysteries

Once a month, speakers are invited to share their views on a variety of subjects; from UK stone circles to Ancient Egypt; from Dowsing to conventional Archaeology.

All are welcome.

Talks are held on the first Thursday of each month at 19:15. Talks start 19:30.



Next Talk...


October 6th
Paul Broadhurst
Axis of Heaven
Paul will unearth the hidden knowledge that inspired many famous historical figures. The cast of those who linked themselves to this ancient tradition includes the Normans, Plantagenets and Tudors, whose favourite royal palace stood at Greenwich. Queen Elizabeth’s court mathematician, astronomer and astrologer Dr John Dee was a leading expert on maps and meridians and one of the prime movers in a great age of discovery.
The Stuarts, who were immersed in the old mystical lore of Britain, built the Queen’s House and Royal Observatory to mark the Axis and initiate a new era of scientific endeavour. Others, from Saxon kings and early astronomical pioneers who mapped the heavens, to Sir Christopher Wren, a Grand Master Freemason, who built the observatory and helped establish Greenwich as a centre of astronomical and scientific excellence, also knew of its symbolic power and ancient connection with the stars.