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									                  2007 Conventions of Alternative
                  Archaeology and Earth Mysteries
                                 Da Vinci Code / Mary
                                    Magdalene Day
                                 Sunday May 6 th 2007
                                      Noon       5.00pm at Poundbury,
                                             Dorchester, Dorset.
                                      The third Dorset assembly, bringing
                                  together enquiring minds seeking deeper
                                   t ruths concerning our spiritual heritage

                                                    Speakers
Pet er Knight    Finding Mary Magdalene and Templar Symbolism Around Brit ain. Pet er s lat est book, 13
      Moons Conver sat ions wit h t he Goddess, led him t o st udy and f ind count less t ell-t ale signs t hat
      esoteric, sacr ed knowledge had been encoded in Br it ain s chur ches and secular ar chit ect ur e.
Rev J an McDonald        A J ourney t o Mary Magdalene. J an is t he aut hor of Mar y Magdalene - Lost
      Goddess, Lost Gospels. She tells of her personal journey of realisation as to whom Mary really was.
Geraldine Charles You Can t Keep A Good Archet ype Down. Ger aldine is a Pr iest ess of t he Goddess, a
      founder member of the Goddess Temple, Glastonbury, and editor of the online Goddess Pages.
John Lloyd The Gnostics A Lost Aspect of Christianity. John is a well-respected Dorset speaker.
Convent ion Chairman: Pet er Knight    Co-f ounder of t he Dor set Ear t h Myst er ies Gr oup and aut hor of f our
      books and a CD-ROM dealing with sacred sites, ley lines and our ancient spiritual heritage.

                                            The New Venue
The Brownsword Hall is the village hall of Poundbury, the prestigious village on the outskirts of Dorchester.
I t has on-st r eet par king & a lar ge car par k near by. The t wo Dor chest er r ailway st at ions ar e about 15
minut es walk away, and ar e ser ved by dir ect t r ains f r om London, Bour nemout h, Sout hampt on and Exet er .
The venue has excellent facilities, and soft cushioned seats too!

                                     Stalls, Food and Drinks
Ther e will be st alls selling books and ot her it ems. Veget ar ian snakes and r ef r eshment s will be available - at
ver y r easonable pr ices! (No f ull meals/ hot f ood t his t ime). Pub and good village shop opposit e t he venue.
The Convention has a non-smoking, no drugs policy.
Cost: Four talks, plus stalls, for only £10 advance booking; £12 on the door. This covers the whole
             afternoon. This is a slightly smaller venue than before, so seating is limited.
                            Bookings to: Peter Knight, 34 Badgers Way,
               Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1DW. Cheques payable to P Knight.
       Tel: 01258 472722 e-mail: stoneseeker@waitrose.com Website: www.stoneseeker.net
  Book in advance to ensure your seats: this high profile event is being promoted nationally on
           the Web and in magazines. These events have been well attended and we
      expect a good attendance this year! So don t be disappointed book now!                PTO
                 2007 Conventions of Alternative
                 Archaeology and Earth Mysteries
                              Sacred Geomet ry Day
                               Sunday Oct ober 7 th
                                           (11.45       6.30pm)
                                Poundbury, in Dorchester, Dorset
        The fourth major assembly bringing together enquiring minds seeking deeper
                      truths concerning our ancient spiritual heritage


                                                Speakers
Pet er Knight     Chairman s I nt ro t o Sacred Geomet ry in Nat ure. Pet er is t he aut hor of f ive ear t h
      mysteries books.
Nicholas Mann Sacred Geomet ry of Washingt on DC. Aut hor of sever al books, Nick spoke about t he
      Glastonbury alignments at the 2005 Convention, and returns to give a talk based on his new book.
Gary Bilcliffe Sacred Geometry of the Isle of Portland. Well-known Dorset researcher/author.
Hugh Newman Planetary Grids. Researcher and co-ordinator of Avalon Rising in Glastonbury.
Karen and Steve Alexander The Sacred Geometry of Crop Circles. Authors of several books, they are
      authorities of the geometry and photography of crop circles.
Toni Perrot t    Sacred Geomet ry and Eart h Myst eries of London. Toni is t he aut hor of a new wor k on
      London s pr ehist or ic sit es, sacr ed geomet r y, symbolism, ley lines and ear t h ener gies.

                                          The New Venue
The Brownsword Hall is the village hall of Poundbury, the prestigious village on the outskirts of Dorchester.
I t has on-st r eet par king & a lar ge car par k near by. Dor chest er had t wo st at ions, which ar e 15 and 20
minut es walk away, and ar e ser ved by dir ect t r ains f r om London, Bour nemout h, Sout hampt on and Exet er.
The venue has excellent facilities, and soft cushioned seats too!

                                    Stalls, Food and Drinks
Ther e will be st alls selling books and ot her it ems. Veget ar ian r ef r eshment s will be available - at ver y
r easonable pr ices! (No hot / f ull meals t his t ime). Pub and good village shop near by. The Convent ion has a
non-smoking policy.
  Cost: Six presentations for only £15 advance booking; £17 on the door. This covers the whole
         afternoon/early evening. This is a slightly smaller venue than before, so book now!

                             Bookings to: Peter Knight, 34 Badgers Way,
                Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1DW. Cheques payable to P Knight.
                      Tel: 01258 472722 e-mail: stoneseeker@waitrose.com
                                 Website: www.stoneseeker.net
  Book in advance to ensure your seats: this high profile event is being promoted nationally on
           the Web and in magazines. These events have been well attended and we
     expect a good attendance this year! So don t be disappointed book now!                PTO

								
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