Day Three Of The Earth Spirit Conference
It was really interesting being in a building full of like-minded people.
I felt a real sense of comfort standing within the crowd.
No ulterior agendas. Everyone really curious about crop circles and sacred places.
The list of presenters:
Marcus Mason: Soul-Centered Astrologer. He explained the concept of Sacred-Centre of the Universe in scientific terms with spiritual references.
Nancy Talbot: who studies Crop Circles and Sacred Sites and Spiritual references to both. She gave a great talk about her most recent research and witnessing of crop circles being formed and of a man in the Netherlands who is the first person who can predict when and where a crop circle will be formed. Her research is leaning toward crop circles being created by spiritual beings more than extra terrestrials.
Sacred Ground Dancers-Jane Buchan and Lynn Hartwood: rallied the group for a sacred ground dance. There is a large group of sacred dancers in Vermont. I met several of their friends at the conference lunches.
Francine Blake: Is a Canadian crop circle researcher who talked about the history of the crop circle phenomenon in Wiltshire England. Plus she relayed the information that so many sacred places in Great Britain are also sites where crop circles are regularly found. She also talked about lay lines of sacred places and the energy which empowers these places. She is the editor of The Spiral.
Hamish Miller: Is a dowser from Trencrom Hill in Cornwall. He has transversed most of the sacred lay lines of the world. He recorded The Sun and The Serpant. He added to the theories posed by Francine Blake about the famous Michael/Mary line.
I picked up his video while I was there, and he autographed some books for me, and I was fortunate to get one of his sacred symbols pendants. He is also one of the founders of the Parallel Community.
Ross Holcomb: and his wife Meredith did a great presentation on sacred signals to a shift which is effecting everyone. They also had beautiful photos of their quest, their crop circle experiences, and what this shift will mean for mankind.
Martin Gray: a world renowned photographer did a presentation of a slideshow of sacred places over the whole world he has photographed through his life. His work is in National Geographic and other great publications.
Glenn and Cameron Broughton: made the conference happen. They also do Sacred Britain Tours. I talked to so many people who have taken their tours. Many go back every year for the crop circle events, and experience them and the Sacred Places with Glenn and Cameron. They are adding a tour of sacred Ireland for 2008.
Tere and I met a couple who came to the conference from Newmarket. They used to live on a street in my neighbourhood!
There were several knitters in the crowd too.
The Woman with the pony tail was making felted fingerless gloves and gauntlets.
Tere had a blast browsing at the displays.
She really liked how she looked in this silk wrap.
I was feeling pretty good at the conference too. Dispite my foot killing me.
I tore a nerve in it just before we left to go to the conference.
TorAa wanted to know if I am still losing weight.
Yes I am. Even if it is hard to tell with this jacket on.
I have gone down so many sizes, I had to take-in some suits so I could wear them to the conference.
I am down 5 clothing sizes. And I am wearing cloths I purchased in 1998.
The sunsets were always spectacular!
These are some of the great things I scored at the conference.
This is the fireplace in the dining lounge, where we ate each day.
On the last day I awoke early to find a deep frost glistening on the mountain.
They were going to begin snow production on the night we were leaving.
One of the other knitters and I hanging out during a break.
We were having a blast knitting and chatting about our works.
We are each making a cardigan sweater.
Yet we each were building our sweaters in different fashions.
She was using a conventional knit pattern, and mine is one that is knit in a circle and the circle begins in the middle of the back of the sweater.
This woman was the most interesting speaker at the conference, as far as I am concerned. Her name is Jude Currivan. She is the author of The Wave, The Eighth Chakra, and The Thirteenth Step.
She is an Astral Physicist, a pagan and a spiritualist.
I really liked everyone's presentations, and they were not redundant to me at all. For me it just opened up the knowledge base I had, and blossomed it into a real understanding of the science and spirituality of the subjects of the conference.
The most emotional part of the whole conference was the end. We all stood in a circle and sang John Lennon's "Imagine"
Everyone here wants to make a difference in one way or another. It felt like the group as a whole could do it, at that moment.