Glastonbury Symposium 2019 Conference speakers

Here are some short descriptions of our guest speakers for 2019.

Full biographies and synopses will appear here in due course. Click on the right for a general video about the Glastonbury Symposium.

Friday 26 July 2019

David Adelman

David is a leading campaigner for education reform in the UK and author of the much-praised School: No Place for Children – A Wake Up Call, which highlights many of the fundamental problems with the modern schooling system.

Presentation subject:
School – No Place for Children

(Full details to come)

Emlyn Williams

Emlyn is one of the leading members of the Swansea UFO Network, a thriving investigation group which keeps tabs on UFOs and other unusual phenomena.

Presentation subject:
UFOs and paranormal experiences

(Full title and details to come)

Magda Taylor

Magda is the editor of The Informed Parent and a well-known campaigner for a more open debate about the concerns surrounding vaccinations and children’s health.

Presentation subject:
Vaccination: Past and Present

(Full details to come)

Patricia Dean

Patricia is a retired Headmistress with a life-long interest in physics, who seeks to address some of the anomalies thrown up by wide assumptions that the forefathers of modern science were actually correct…

Presentation subject:
Why Einstein was wrong

(Full title and details to come)

Alan Cooke

Alan Cooke is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine and a leading campaigner on the dangers of electromagnetic communication systems and the new 5G generation of mobile phones in particular.

Presentation subject:
The Dangers of 5G and Wireless Effects

(Full details to come)

The Avalonian Free State Choir (music)

Glastonbury’s award-winning ensemble is an unaccompanied natural voice choir with a repertoire of songs from all around the world, opening the Friday evening programme in their traditional uplifting style.

Mary Helen Hensley

Mary Helen is an Ireland-based American author, healer and artist who, following a dramatic near-death experience in 1991, found her life and psychic gifts transformed as her skills of communicating with those in spirit began to deepen.

Presentation subject:
Understanding is the New Healing: Insights from a near-death experience

(Full details to come)

Saturday 27 July 2019

Andy Thomas

Andy is a leading researcher and author into mysteries and cover-ups, providing real insights into classic conspiracy theories and paranormal investigation, and he is one of the core administrators for the Symposium.

Presentation subject:
Truth, mysteries and conspiracies

(Full title and details to come)

Peter Knight and Sue Wallace

Peter and Sue are leading researchers into ancient wisdom, earth mysteries and sacred sites. Co-founder of the Dorset Earth Mysteries Group, and a leading member of several dowsing groups, Peter is the author of many books.

Presentation subject:
Albion Dreamtime – Re-Enchanting the Isle of Dragons

(Full details to come)

The Saturday Forum

Andy Thomas leads a lively panel discussion between five guests, some speakers from the weekend and others making a special appearance for the Forum. This is the audience’s chance to ask questions from the floor on many topics.

Leah Bracknell

Renowned for her performances in ITV’s Emmerdale and her bestselling yoga DVDs, when diagnosed with Stage-4 lung cancer, Leah began an inspiring personal journey to change the whole way we approach cancer and its effects.

Presentation subject:
Thriving With Stage-4 Lung Cancer: A Journey

(Full details to come)

Alan Foster

Alan has over 39 years of UFO research experience and 18 years of in-depth crop formation research. His career encompasses over 18 years in the airline industry and he studies spiritual development, meditation and metaphysics.

Presentation subject:
Crop Circles and UFOs: Communication with Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence

(Full details to come)

Geraldine Beskin

Geraldine is the longtime owner of the 92-year-old The Atlantis Bookshop in London, the oldest and most well-known occult shop in England, and is an expert on occultists and witches, including Aleister Crowley, Dion Fortune and W.B. Yeats.

Presentation subject:
Helen Duncan, Hitler, Churchill and the Pope – A True Conspiracy Theory

(Full details to come)

Mark Windows

Mark is renowned for presenting the hugely influential podcast Windows on the World, “aimed at those fed up with propaganda from the mainstream and want to do something about it. We aim to offer solutions without fear-mongering”.

Presentation subject:

The Bigger Picture: Global Policies Operating at a Local Level

(Full details to come)

NOTE

Please note our new Saturday evening format! The last presentation of the day (Mark Windows) continues straight on from the late afternoon schedule, with no dinner break, and the whole evening ends at 7.40pm.

Sunday 28 July 2019

Fionn Rawnsley

Fionn is an artist and designer who has worked on many TV programmes, including Spitting Image. He is also an astrologer, who has been researching the new discovery of a vast astrological landscape surrounding Stonehenge.

Presentation subject:
The Stonehenge Zodiac and the Lost Axis of the Immortals

(Full details to come)

Elaine Thompson

Elaine is one of Europe’s most qualified Sound Therapy practitioners, involved in practice and training in the UK, USA and Europe for more than twenty five years, gaining a wealth of knowledge regarding frequencies of the body and health.

Presentation subject:
Sound Therapy – Medicine of the Future

(Full details to come)

Robert Feather

Robert is a metallurgist, engineer, journalist, broadcaster and scholar of world religions. He is the author of several books including The Mystery of the Copper Scrolls and researches the evidence behind religious myths and legends. His talk will provide proof that civilisation is at least 5,000 years older than previously believed, and reveal the location of Mount Sinai and the circumstances of the Exodus.

Presentation subject:
Shattering Biblical and Historical Illusions

(Full details to come)

Courtenay Heading

Courtenay moved to the Isle of Man in 2007 and is responsible for Healthcare Innovation within the Cabinet Office of The Isle of Man Government. He is a passionate campaigner for freer debate about health choices and vaccine issues.

Presentation subject:
The Top Five Medical Myths

(Full details to come)

Gary Heseltine

Gary served in the RAF Police before spending 24 years in the British Transport Police. He would go on to become one of the UK’s best-known UFO investigators, and one of the leading researchers into the Rendlesham Forest incident.

Presentation subject:
New Developments in the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident

(Full details to come)

Sunday Evening

(must be booked separately)

Piers Corbyn

Piers is an astrophysicist and Managing Director and founder of WeatherAction LongRange forecasters. Brother of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, his radical views on climate and weather prediction are renowned.

Presentation subject:
A new look at weather prediction and climate issues

(Full title and details to come)

NOTE

This list of speakers is based on agreements with all the listed presenters to appear at the Glastonbury Symposium, and is correct at this time. The Symposium reserves the right to change the speakers due to any unforeseen circumstances that may arise, and encourages attendees to check this page from time to time, as it will be updated in the event of any speaker alterations.

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