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Megalithic Odyssey Symposium - London SEPT 16 / 2017 9am - 9pm

30 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1EH

FULL LIST - Presenters & Researchers 
Megalithic Odyssey Symposium - May 2017

For the first time in the history of Stonehenge, Maria Wheatley reveals the mysterious people who constructed numerous sacred sites that surround Stonehenge. They displayed distinctive facial features. Their skulls showed they were elongated and they ruled the locality. At some point in Stonehenge's long history they were all murdered and their long lost history can know be revealed. Maria also discovered that a High Queen was laid to rest in the largest and longest barrow ever constructed in prehistoric Britain. .... READ MORE

A prolific researcher, field investigator and down to earth engineer, James Swagger has dedicated the last 18 years of his life to researching megalithic sites and ancient cultures. James approach is simple use science and engineering to peer into the past, his passionate aim is to unveil humanity’s true cultural blueprint. James has been to over 600 megalithic tombs dotted across Europe. In addition to this, he has also researched stone circles and henges in search of commonalities and design. James utilizes his engineering background as a systems analyst as a ..... READ MORE

Crichton is a historical revisionist author and researcher.
His back ground in Air Traffic Control and navigation, as well as time critical commercial activities has assisted him in recovering a potential ancient system of logistics using primitive astronomy and simple instruments that could have allowed hunter gatherers to intercept migrating animals and later allowing sea faring traders to pass the meme of the cross and associated astrology to reach every inhabited continent via a ..... READ MORE
Richard Cassaro has devoted his life to uncovering a lost wisdom tradition that was practiced globally in Antiquity, and which is still visible in the parallel art and architecture of ancient cultures. His new book, The Missing Link, explores the meaning, transformations and propagation of the ancient world's most important religious icon. His first book,Written in Stone, is a wide-ranging exploration of hitherto-unknown connections among Freemasons, medieval cathedral builders and the creators of important ancient ...... READ MORE
Andrew Collins is a popular writer of history, archaeology, and science. For over 30 years he has explored the relationship between archaic religious beliefs and the cosmos, examining the origins of human civilization, the development of technology and the inspirations behind magic and religion. His discoveries have led to several thought-provoking books that challenge the way we think about the past, including From the Ashes of Angels and ... READ MORE

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