Dorset Earth Mysteries Group - Talks on Everything from Archaeology to Dowsing

Dorset Earth Mysteries Group

Talks in Detail 2023

January 5th
Steve Hawker

Incarnation - Who are we really and where are we from?

Steve Hawker is the Treasurer and the Secretary of the Dorset Earth Mysteries Group. From his late teens, Steve has experienced many strange events, and has had lots of proof that we are not just flesh and blood, from his own experiences and also the experiences of others. He will share his personal belief system, and how it explains many aspects of our mysterious world, in both how it operates, and how it came to be like it is.

February 2nd
David Freeman

The Re-Settlement of Britain in Prehistory

Prehistory is the time before written records. It's the period of human history we know the least about, but it's also the longest by far. The earliest known humans arrived in these lands around 900,000 years ago. Prehistory stretches from then until the Roman invasion in AD 43.
David is an archaeologist who has built many roundhouses using the traditional materials and techniques, and will guide us through the period from Settlement to Civilisation...
A saunter through prehistory, and the development of Britain after the Ice Age.

March 2nd
Alison Crocker

Strange Sightings and Mysterious Creatures in the New Forest and Beyond

The New Forest is a place of beauty and splendour, but it is also a place of secrets and darkness, where mysterious creatures roam and strange discoveries are made. In this book you will hear true accounts from everyday folk who have seen everything from Bigfoot to big cats, from ghosts to fairies, and everything in between – all in the beautiful and enigmatic surroundings of the New Forest and beyond.

Alison Crocker is a Clairvoyant and Sensitive who has spent the past thirty years exploring the esoteric and the mystical. Through her website she gathers true accounts from people all over the country, and thanks to these – along with her own strange sightings and ghostly investigations in the New Forest – you too can discover the fascinating history of this magical place.

April 6th
Gary Biltcliffe

Mysterious Portland

The new book by Gary Biltcliffe - Mysterious Portland: Revealing the Sacred Landscape and Legacy of Britain’s Masonic Isle’  delves into new discoveries on Dorset’s Isle of Stone including Masonic secrets, Venus worship, sacred measure and a new concept for the enigmatic Maiden Castle. 

May 4th

AGM and Short Talks Night

Members will be presenting a variety of short talks. This evening is open to all, and proved a great success in previous years. If you wish to provide a 20 minute talk, please contact Steve. Details will be added as the slots are filled. Full Technical help will be given.

June 1st
Maria Wheatley

Egyptian Pendulum Dowsing

In the Valley of the Kings, two French Diviners discovered a mysterious pendulum device. After researching the pendulum's energy emissions they realised it could transmit the esoteric colours of the Sun (God Ra). Some of the solar colours are in the electromagnetic visible range of red to violet; whilst others are invisible.
At certain times of the day, a particular colour of the Sun is dominant and one can attune the pendulum to this incoming colour flow which is stored in the 'battery' section of the pendulum. The pendulum can be used for healing, charging food and water and also for land and house clearing. The vast temple complexes of ancient Egypt have earth energies that resonate to a particular colour frequency, as do other sites such as Avebury and Stonehenge, and Maria will show you on a power point presentation, the healing colours of Egypt's finest temples. Maria will also give a hands-on demonstration of how to use the pendulum.

July 6th
Ben Emlyn-Jones

Helen Duncan - the Most Dangerous Psychic in the World

Ben is the author of the books Roswell Rising- a Novel of Disclosure and its two sequels. He writes the HPANWO blog and a column in UFO Truth Magazine. Tonight he will be looking at the strange case of Helen Duncan. The 1944 "Witchcraft Trial" in which psychic medium Helen Duncan was imprisoned for nine months took place seventy-eight years ago, yet it still arouses controversy and is as relevant today as it has ever been. It dives into the dark world of espionage and war, but it also has deeper implications about the nature of humanity and spirituality, and how that is also a secret being suppressed. Will contain important and exclusive new updates!

August 3rd
Neil Geddes-Ward

More Encounters with Faeries Ghosts and Spirits

In this sequel talk to Encounters with Faeries, Ghosts and Spirits, Neil, co-host of The Paranormal Peep Show, highlights some interesting sightings of possible beings known as the Fey, or Faeries. Also discussed are interesting seances, with unknown but remarkable by all accounts, mediums from the 1930s in Brazil, and also back in the Victorian times, with the appearance of the mysterious Katie King spirit manifesting in the lab of Sir William Crookes. Neil gives some impressive accounts of sightings of Roman Ghosts of York, the well known Harry Martingdale case, and a visit twice from a ghost on the same night!!

September 7th
David Freeman

So, you thought you knew everything about climate change!

A browse through some of the science behind what is going on with our planet, and how humans are affecting the natural cycle.

October 5th
Luzia Barclay

The not so sweet side of honey

Natural beekeeping offers an alternative to the present way of commercial beekeeping. It is a method that respects the life and life cycle of bees instead of making the business of harvesting honey easier and more lucrative for humans. Bees are exposed to a huge range of manmade events that endanger their lives: monoculture, glyphosate, electromagnetic fields, interference within the hive like killing queens and drones, preventing swarming and so on. Observing wild bees which still live in hollow trees in woods will help us gain insight into ways to keep bees the natural way. What can we learn from them? How do they manage to deal with the varroa mite, with foulbrood and other pathogenic infections? What is their secret? Is there even something that we can learn for ourselves?


November 2nd
Richard Hutley

WHO SHOT JFK? (Or who didn't)

November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated as he rode in a motorcade through Dealey Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas.
But who shot him? Oswald?, The Man on the Grassy Knole? Was it 3, 4 or 10 shots? The Magic Bullet!, What did LBJ have to gain? Was George H Bush involved? Who was the Umbrella Man?
Factual history is not what they tell you!


December 7th
Dr Kathy Stearne

Water Meadows – the Myth and magic of the Drowner

Growing up in the Yorkshire Dales Kathy has a love for the countryside and history. She has worked in agriculture and conservation since 1980. Kathy gained a Doctorate in Agricultural History and Ecological Management, from Imperial College London, in 2004. She presently runs a consultancy for land owners and farmers, advising on conservation (in the widest sense of the word), ecology, and hydrology. She has many years’ experience as a successful lecturer and mentor.

The origins of water meadows are lost in medieval times. Surface water irrigation expanded in Wessex and throughout England from the sixteenth century and was a sustainable intensive integrated agricultural system until the twentieth century. This talk looks at the origins of water meadows in England, their management and importance to agriculture through the centuries, and why they are still important in terms of landscape history and ecology today.