Videos of our online Symposium in July 2020 are now available for everyone to watch! We’ve also had some really positive responses to the event.


Our very first Symposium Online day was held on 25th July 2020 to great success. Most of the presentations from this summer’s special online Glastonbury Symposium are now available for everyone to watch on YouTube. The videos also include the Q&As with participants.

Andy Thomas:  Andy’s talk investigates some of the many issues arising from recent events and their consequences for truth and freedom. With populations being ‘snowblinded’ by being told over and again just how ‘unprecedented’ these times are, is this a ploy to persuade us to go along with things we wouldn’t normally accept, as all calibration points are swept away and censorship reigns supreme..? Watch the presentation here: 
Helen Sewell:  As a psychological astrologer, Helen takes a more celestial view of recent events, conveying the huge astrological undercurrents of these times and pointing out some of the clear correlations. Even for those unfamiliar with astrology, it is clear that these were never going to be passive days! Watch the presentation here: 
Rupert Sheldrake:  Andy Thomas conducts an interview with very special guest Rupert Sheldrake, the renowned author, scientist and researcher whose work on telepathy, intuition and ‘morphic resonance’ has challenged rampant scientism. Rupert talks through the many fascinating aspects of his work and highlights potentially crucial areas that could change our entire conception of how the universe operates, entertainingly and insightfully challenging the unhelpful dogma of ‘the science delusion’. This may be available only temporarily at this link, so best watch this soon at: 


A full report on our first online event can be found here. But this is what some of our attendees thought!:


A sincere, heart-felt thank you to everyone who worked so hard to make the occasion so very enjoyable and informative. It was just what I needed to re-connect to the world!‘ – Hillary

Thank you all organisers of this excellent day. It is many years since I attended, and I really enjoyed all the speakers … Let’s hope that next year it might possibly be for real, but the Zoom was much better than I was expecting.‘ – Sheila

Rupert Sheldrake was excellent. The way Andy conducted the interview was outstanding.‘ – Liam

My son and I regularly attend the Symposium and always leave feeling one step further up the ladder of knowledge, experience and wonder – and on a high! It was incredible that the same feeling was experienced at the closure of Saturday’s presentations. Thank you and your team so much for all of your efforts. It was nice to welcome [you all] into our house. You always make everyone feel like ‘Friends of Glastonbury Symposium’; for us, it was especially so this time. And all for less than the cost of three days parking. Marvellous!‘ – Bob

Your recent Zoom event was very good and interesting.‘ – Roy

Fantastic day. Not a hitch. So smoooooth. The interview with Rupert was SO professional I was squealing with delight. Helen was amazing. Very clear, easy to understand and immensely interesting. I just knew her astrological take was going to be riveting. You guys did a wonderful job.‘ – Sally

I enjoyed it very much and in particular Andy and Rupert Sheldrake stood out as being very good.‘ – Gay

It was so sad not to be at the Symposium as always in Glastonbury, and to be with all our old friends, but hey, it was great that you and team were ‘up and running’ on Zoom.‘ – Jan

Huge heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to the entire team for organising such a wonderful space where we could gather together. All the components just fit together beautifully … It was really touching and a brilliant treat to have several opportunities to enjoy the archive of photographs which triggered even more stellar memories. I was also deeply appreciative our session culminated with Jason’s meditation … I found it incredibly powerful and it actually reminded me (as it always does at the end of those Sunday afternoons) that the link through our hearts is 24/7, so it’s not an ending but a continuation.‘ – Nancy

We really enjoyed the Symposium day today – many thanks to the team for all your efforts. My Dad came round and we watched it via the projector so we created our own ‘mini’ symposium here!‘ – Melanie

Thank YOU all.