Videos of our second online Symposium in July 2021 are available for everyone to watch…


Our second Symposium Online day was held on 24th July 2021 to great success. Thank you to everyone who participated. A full report on both this and the 2020 online Symposium (for which videos are also available) can be found here.

Most of the presentations from the 2021 event are now available for everyone to watch on YouTube:


Andy Thomas: In this presentation, entitled Nutcases! – Truth, Lies and Balance, Andy anticipates the themes of his forthcoming book The New Heretics and looks at the key so-called ‘alternative’ views of our times and how both the media and authorities are continuing their efforts to remove them from public view with censorship and ridicule. He also suggests ways in which all sides could find a better balance of approach when definitive answers remain elusive and everyone is trying to sell their own version of ‘truth’ without facts or certainty. Watch the presentation at:

Gordon Rochford: Irish truth campaigner and comedian Gordon Rochford is one of the key presenters of the podcast Those Conspiracy Guys, and in this lively (with sometimes frank language!) dissertation entitled Let’s Talk Conspiracy Fact he gets down to the nub of the current issues troubling truth seekers today and identifies the core themes which permeate their convictions, all with his customary humour and passion. Watch the presentation at:
Terje G Simonsen:  Andy Thomas conducts an interview with paranormal researcher Terje, whose much-acclaimed book A Short History of (Nearly) Everything Paranormal explores the key science behind parapsychology and why it needs to be taken far more seriously. In this illuminating chat with Terje, the main themes of his book and work are explored and we get a better grasp of some important research which appears to prove beyond doubt that psychic phenomena and other strange experiences are very real. Watch the interview at:
Sandi Adams: In this presentation, Sandi, a key investigator of the United Nations’ Agenda 2030 (originally Agenda 21) and ‘The Great Reset’ (as described by the World Economic Forum), reveals clearly why although both projects promise ‘sustainability’ they actually threaten enforced equality and undermine the very concept of personal property and freedom. Her passionate attempts to raise awareness of coming top-down global governance and its technocratic agenda come over clearly here as she meticulously lays out the plans behind Agenda 2030 and discusses what we can do to combat its worst excesses. Watch the presentation at: