An Electric Universe theory conference is being held in Europe (England, UK) in 2018. An interesting combination of different segments will be held over 5 days from Saturday 7th July to Wednesday 11th July 2018.
Not only is this new type of format exciting, the best bit is perhaps that it is not based in London but the various modules (talks, workshops, EU theory experiments, electric geology tour) are located in the wonderful county of Somerset – in the delightful Roman town of Bath and also near the Quantock hills. There are the options to buy tickets to only attend either conference or the symposium.
- 2 day weekend conference in Bath, Somerset (Saturday 7 to Sunday 8 July)
- 1 day Somerset geology tour (Monday 9 July)
- 2 day symposium near Taunton(Tuesday 10 to Wednesday 11 July)
More information from the conference official website including details of prices, accommodation, schedule, speakers etc. Edwin Kaal is going to be speaking about his new model of atoms and the atomic structure, with all that it implies.
This meeting has been organised by Adrian Gilbert and Lucy Wyatt with Thunderbolts Project approval.
While the knowledge gained from the presentations will always be good the real value for money and opportunity to learn important stuff that relates to your interests will be the apres-ski. The opportunity to discuss yours and other peoples ideas during the breaks and in the evenings during meals or with a nice warm pint of English beer, is where your universe is usually expanded.
With the location of the mini conferences in the United Kingdom there should be a strong attendance from the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies members. SIS have been investigating, discussing and arguing about Immanuel Velikovsky, new chronology, comparative mythology and what is now the EU theory, since Worlds in Collision.
Electric Universe UK2018 conference details
Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th July are the dates in Bath, England for the EU theory conference.
How much do tickets cost? There are ‘early bird’ reduced prices available until 31st March.
Standard ticket costs:
Total Package £395 (includes Gala Dinner and EUT geology Day Trip)
4 days £295 (Bath and Quantocks)
2 days £150 (Bath or Quantocks)
Day trip £75 (optional)
Gala Dinner £30 (optional)
At the moment speakers include Wallace Thornhill, Monty Childs, Robert Temple, Adrian Gilbert etc. One of the highlights has to be what sort of Morphic Resonance and Morphic Fields will Rupert Sheldrake bring to the meeting.
Monty Childs, the CEO of the SAFIRE project which is simply the most advanced experiment to date on testing out the plasma sun model … These include Rupert Sheldrake, perhaps the most outstanding figure in the Philosophy of Science today; Piers Corbyn, leading alternative Meteorologist who bases his forecasting on solar activity; Dr Jeremy Dunning-Davies; Edwin Kaal; and others yet to be announced.
EU Geology tour
9th July is the Electric Universe geology tour with various options including the EU Cheddar Gorge formation.
EU UK 2018 Symposium
Tuesday 10th – Wednesday 11th July 2018 is the workshop part of the assembly including electric experiments. This will be near Taunton and if the English weather is kind enough will include astronomy in the evenings and night.
We will be based at a private venue in the Quantock Hills, where we will be holding a Symposium with a different purpose. This will feature seminars intended to teach the basics of Electric Universe Theory.
We will also engage in simple but practical experiments to do with electricity so that those who are not from a scientific background can get a better idea of what it is all about.
At night, weather permitting, we will look at the stars in the company of at least one senior astronomer to show us the way. Less formal than the Bath conference, this event is planned to be fun for all concerned.
The Conference and Other Events July 7th – July 11th 2018
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