The ultimate conference on the megalithic arts and sciences
Saturday 18th - Sunday 19th May 2013, The Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury, UK
The Megalithomania annual conference returns for its 8th consecutive year at Glastonbury featuring an international line-up of alternative researchers, authors and mystics to explore the enigma of the megaliths.
The Full line-up of 2013 Megalithomania speakers is yet to be announced but will include Robert Schoch, Andrew Collins, Michael Glickman, Gary Biltcliffe, Maria Wheatley, Hugh Newman, Glenn & Cameron Broughton.
There will be tours on the Friday, plus on the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday after the main conference.
Friday 17th May: Tour to Stanton Drew & Stoney Littleton
Saturday 18th May: Main Conference with Gary Biltcliffe, Maia Wheatley, M J Harper, Michael Glickman, Robert Schoch
Sunday 19th May: Main Conference with Hugh Newman, Glenn & Cameron Broughton, Ross Hamilton, Andrew Collins
Monday 20th May: Tour to Avebury, Silbury Hill, West Kennett + Monday night lecture with Robert Schoch
Tuesday 21st May: Tour to Rollright Stones, Waylands Smithy
Wednesday 22nd May: Tour to Glastonbury & Stonehenge
Thursday 23rd May: Tour to Belas Knapp & Hetty Pegler’s Tump
The Conference main event, as ever, takes place in The Assembly Rooms in Glastonbury High Street.
Full details (and Early Bird tickets) from the Megalithomania website.
* The conference takes its name from the book by John Michell:
Thames & Hudson 1982 (Re-issued by The Squeeze Press, 2007)
John Michell (1933-2009), father of modern earth mysteries, visionary antiquarian and pioneer researcher in the field of ancient science, was author of more than twenty five books including The View Over Atlantis, The Old Stones of Cornwall, The Dimensions of Paradise and The Temple of Jerusalem: A Revelation. Michell's work has profoundly influenced modern thinking.
UPDATE 23rd March: Euan MacKie to speak at Megalithomania 2013
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