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Landscape Geometry

Designs in the landscape involving Stonehenge and other sites.


This lecture will draw on Peter's many years of research and extensive knowledge of sacred sites, especially in southern Britain, as well as the material contained in his many books, notably from his forthcoming book The Wessex Astrum, which presents an astounding new discovery of an ancient geometrical shape in the Wessex landscape involving Stonehenge, Avebury, Glastonbury, sacred hills and wells and many other sacred sites.

Peter Knight is well known for his writing in the field of Earth Mysteries and is the co-founder and chairman of the Dorset Earth Mysteries Group. He lectures widely and leads many field trips every year to sacred sites. His previous books include: Ancient Stones of Dorset; Sacred Dorset - on the Path of the Dragon; Dorset Pilgrimages - a Millennium Handbook and 13 Moons - Conversations with the Goddess. He is also the author and compiler of a massive CD-ROM about Earth Mysteries which represents a vast labour of love and is the culmination of his findings over the last 15 years, as well as being a comprehensive overview of the latest research by other authors on this subject. www.stoneseeker.net


Speaker(s):

Mr Peter Knight | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

25 January 2008 at 7:15 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

RESEARCH INTO LOST KNOWLEDGE ORGANISATION
50 GLOUCESTER PLACE
LONDON
W1U 8EA

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Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation
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Tickets:

£7 (members £5)

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