Today I have some fantastic news for you. I was going to wait until Monday before posting, but am like a little boy with exciting news. I really can't
wait that long!!!
You see, in addition to our 'A'-list team of speakers who have already announced they are coming to the conference (Wal Thornhill, Monty Childs, Michael Clarage, Robert Temple, Rupert Sheldrake, Dr Jeremy Dunning-Davies and others) we now have Professor Birkeland Currents himself coming: Prof. Donald Scott.
For those of you who don't know, he is the world's foremost expert on electric currents in space, the 'Electric Sun' model and all things plasma. He is a brilliant lecturer too, with the ability to make complex subjects comprehensible to the rest of us. After watching his lectures on YouTube you will never see the sun in quite the same way again or fail to see the importance of the northern lights as not just a freak show of falling particles but as an essential part of the earth's circuitry.
If you have not already booked your place at the Bath Conference in July, the attendance of this latest guest speaker should tip the balance and help you make your mind up. Having him, Wal and the others standing on the same platform here in the UK is a unique experience.
It is not to be taken for granted if you are at all interested in the Electric Universe paradigm, It may not happen again.
You should also be planning to attend the second half of the conference, which will be held in the Quantock's near Taunton. This will be more in the nature of seminars rather than lectures and is again unmissable. It will be your best and maybe only chance to discuss these ideas in depth with the world's, living experts on the subject. We are deliberately keeping this event more fluid than Bath so that it will be possible to have real discussions and not just superficial question and answer sessions. In this way we hope to spark new ideas and thereby progress the whole subject forwards. This was the traditional way of philosophical symposiums at the ancient academies of Greece in the time of Plato and others.
More news in due course.