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

Dorset Earth Mysteries Group

Talks in Detail 2020


January 2nd
Mark Herbert
Dartington and the Sirius Connection
Mark Herbert explores the strange links between Dartington Hall in Devon and the Sirius star system in his fascinating article that details his research into the intriguing history of this building. He explores how Sirius was discovered and the likely effects of its various cycles and what their imminent completion may portend.

February 6th
Viisions Life Force Foundation
The Warriors Of Old
Viisions Life Force Foundation has been achieved from the guidance of The Warriors Of Old from the spirit world through their messages channelled to our teacher, Gerry. They have a story that must be told of how we should be protecting our Mother Earth and bring back peace, love and harmony given to Mother Earth at the beginning of time.
Our teacher, Gerry, has been a see’r since birth and over the years has had many trials and tribulations to get to where she is today. Gerry is one of the few white people, and a woman at that , that the Indigenous Native American Nations have taken to their heart, knowing that she asks nothing from them except their understanding that she has been chosen to help them pass on their philosophies and ways on how we should all be helping our world survive for future generations. Living in truth and harmony is extremely important to our Native brothers and sisters. We hope you will come and enjoy our story.

March 5th
Alison Todd
Kinesiology - An Evening of Alternative Healing II
Kinesiology is a natural health therapy used to balance posture, increase energy levels, relieve stress, alleviate aches and pains and helps the body feel and function better which enables people to be more effective in daily life, it can help clarify and achieve goals and lead people into happier, healthier ways of being.

April 2nd
Mark Gibbons
Mayan Astronomy
The Mayans were a South American culture that flourished for a long time until the Spanish Conquistadors arrived. As a society they were pretty obsessed with astronomy. They invented one of the most elegant writing systems ever devised to help record their findings, including arguably the world's first use of zero. They built some stunning observatories that we can still visit, and their measurement of heavenly objects was more accurate than that in Europe of the time. This talk looks at what we have been able to piece together so far from what has survived.

May 7th
Alan Cooke
The Pros and Cons of Wireless Technology including 5G
The Allendale Centre - Wimborne
Alan is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine and International Practitioners of Holistic Medicine. He qualified as a Magnotherapist in 2003
Following a three-year study Alan brings the results of peer reviewed scientific papers and top independent doctors as he talks about mobile phones, cordless landlines, smart meters and explains what 5G will mean for us all. Alan also reveals how most people are unaware that there is a warning hidden in the small print of all mobile phones not to hold them against your body (including in your pocket, or against your head whilst on a call). The most vulnerable people are children as their bodies contain 20% more water and because they have a much smaller frame than that of adults they absorb more of these waves. This presentation consists of Power Point slides and is interspersed with short videos and demonstrations.

June 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.

July 2nd
David Whitehouse
Apollo 11-The Inside Story
The first landing on the Moon is the greatest feat of exploration in history. Everyone knows about Neil Armstrong’s “One Small Step,” but what were the challenges, the successes and tragedies that led up to it. David Whitehouse reveals them in his best-selling book.

August 6th
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.

September 3rd
Richard Hutley
Holy Grail in America - The Knights Templars
Who were the Templars? What happened to them after October Friday 13th 1307? Was Columbus really the first European to locate & arrive in the Americas? What is the evidence that The Templars were there 200 years before? And .... why did they go and what did they take with them?

October 1st
Mark Herbert
Did Those Feet Walk on Devon’s Ancient Pastures Green?
Traditions of Joseph of Arimathea and the boy Jesus visiting south-west England are reputedly confined to Cornwall and Somerset. They have been conspicuously absent from the bridging shire of Devon; land that, 2000 years ago, represented two-thirds of Dumnonia’s shared kingdom with Cornwall, rich in metal deposits and prime conveyor of Arimathean-sought tin to the continent. Extensive investigation of Canterbury’s Templar site at Callarde, plus three other key Devonian locations, has revealed new evidence for Joseph lore and even directions to His tomb within the county.

November 5th
Dr Miles Russell FSA
Finding King Arthur?: an Archaeology of Myth-Fulfilment
Throughout the Medieval period, the mythological foundations of Britain proved a fertile ground for those seeking political and dynastic stability. This talk will examine the impact that ‘legend-truthing’, the attempt to provide mythology with a definitive physical form, had upon the landscape of England and Wales as rival aristocracies anchored legendary figures, such as King Arthur, to specific places and what effect this had upon our interpretation of history

December 3rd
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