A few days ago I had a last-minute request to present at the Metageum conference in London this weekend. (Don’t quite know how to categorise Metageum: kind of an earth-mysteries focus – Stonehenge and that sort of stuff, if you like – but with a much more solid and grown-up feel than the usual ‘New Age’ end of the market. Take a look at their website, anyway.) Address is Treadwell’s Bookshop, 34 Tavistock Street, London WC2 – just east of Covent Garden market in central London; I’ll be there on the Saturday (28th March).
Aim is to give a variant of the presentation I did for the Megalithomania conference in Glastonbury last year, but this time with much more of an emphasis on the underlying disciplines that make it possible to get useful results in working with ‘alternate realities’ and suchlike – in other words, to bring it into line with the book Disciplines of Dowsing: the quest for quality that I co-wrote last year with Liz Poraj-Wilzynska, and which we’re currently adapting for archaeography and archaeology.
Looking forward to being at the conference, especially as some old friends such as Paul Devereux will be there. See you there too, perhaps?