The twelfth Glastonbury Symposium, the longest-running and largest annual crop circle gathering, takes place this summer in July… Come and join in!
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THE GLASTONBURY SYMPOSIUM:
INVESTIGATING CROP CIRCLES AND SIGNS OF OUR TIMES
Friday-Saturday 19-21 JULY 2002
Additional events Wednesday-Thursday 17-18 July
GLASTONBURY TOWN HALL
The Glastonbury Symposium is the world’s longest running and largest crop circle gathering, held in the beautiful surroundings of this sacred and historical English town. This year, with its usual professional sound and lighting, the event takes place for the first time in its new, larger venue of the Town Hall, and promises to be the best yet.
The twelfth Symposium, co-presented by Swirled News editor Andy Thomas and author/researcher Karen Douglas, will see three full days of lectures by leading speakers and ground researchers from the world of crop circles, while other prominent guests cover 'Signs of Our Times' and worldview-changing subjects ranging from dowsing to Egyptology, sacred geometry to The Kabbalah, 2012 prophecies to healing, conspiracies to past-life regression - and beyond.
Confirmed crop circle speakers for this year are:
Michael Glickman, Eltjo Haselhoff, Jim Lyons, Andy Thomas, Karen Douglas, Steve Alexander, Stanley Messenger, Allan Brown, Andreas Müller & Frank Laumen, Paul Bura, Mark Haywood, Michael Miley, William Gazecki, David Kingston (tour guide)
While confirmed 'Signs of Our Times' speakers are:
John Anthony West, Dolores Cannon, Sir Laurence Gardner, Jon Ronson, Hamish Miller, Lynne McTaggart, Geoff Stray, Newell Fisher, Palden Jenkins (tour guide), Robert Byrnes, Isaac Tapeiro
This year, for the first time, there are guided coach tours taking people into the crop circles of Wiltshire on the Thursday AND the Friday, and there is also a Wednesday guided tour of Glastonbury with Palden Jenkins, taking in the atmospheric local sacred sites.
For more on the Symposium, with full details of times, directions, where to stay, speaker biographies, articles on crop circles, reports on our past years, and loads of other stuff, please go to:
Hope to see some of you in July!