PROGRAMME  December 2018 – February 2019

Meetings start at 2pm  Doors open 1.40pm.

Indoor Meetings are held at The Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way,

St Pancras, Chichester PO19 7LG

Sunday 13 January: Keshe Technology – GANS and Plasma with
Oliver Perceval and Malcolm Bosher

GANS plasma is a new alchemical substance.. It has applications in healing, agriculture, power production, and decontamination.

Oliver and Malcolm will share the background, key principles, concepts and applications of this technology that is given to mankind by Mr Keshe of the Keshe Foundation.

Oliver is an architect and geomancist who now works for Keshe Foundation Global Management Team, helping develop the first factories to get GANS to a wider market.

Malcolm is experimenting and sharing the knowledge in many practical ways, and gathering amazing feedback and testimonials.

There will also be a ‘plasma cocoon’ in which you can experience the effects of the energy fields emitted by water which has been informed by the GANS substances.

It is possible to learn to make it yourself in your home from zinc and copper.

Sunday 10 February: Healing in Crop Circles and the Other Side
of the Coin! with Lucy Pringle

Lucy Pringle is a professional aerial photographer, author and lecturer. She is a founder member of the Centre for Crop Circle Studies and is widely known as an international authority on the subject. She is a pioneer researcher into the effects of electromagnetic fields on living systems.

Lucy will share with us stories of remarkable experiences she has had during thirty years of researching changes that can happen to people, animals and indeed electrical equipment as a result of spending time inside and in close proximity to crop circles.

To put her work in context, Lucy will also explain some of the scientific aspects of her research, the current focus of which is to find temporary relief from the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

After the tea break, you will have the opportunity to dowse some photos of crop circles.

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