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The Wessex Research Group archive contains those lectures that have been digitised and are freely downloadable as a personal educational tool. Permission is sought for all other forms of reproduction.

Title: The Tree of Life and the Holy Grail.
Speaker: Sylvia Francke
Grail law is all about choice and the ideals of service and democracy. In this marvellous oration Sylvia (a grail researcher for over 20 years and author of the book The Tree of Life and the Holy Grail) examines the meaning of Grail Law in the context of Steiner's philosophies of esoteric christianity. This lecture also considers the relationship between Grail sites and sacred earth energies and the role of groups such as the Cathars and Templars.
Title: The Da Vinci Code Uncovered. The Templars in Rosslyn.
Speaker: Margot Daru Elliot
Margot looks at the work of Dan Brown in the context of him leaving us a series of clues that can enable each of us to unravel the mysteries of the Da Vinci Code. What clues do we have from the paintings of masters such as Leonardo Da Vinci about Grail Law, Jesus, Mary Magdeline, sacred geometry, the church and the historical and actual truth of biblical events? Is the Roman Catholic Church founded on a lie?
Title: Atlantis: The Truth.
Speaker: Nigel Blair
In what represents the culmination of 25 years of research on this subject, Nigel states that around 12,000 years ago, a series of islands located in the Atlantic and possibly the size of France consisted of 10 kingdoms known as Atlantis. What happened to this civilisation that conquered much of the land around the Mediterranean? Were they the victims of the regular cycles of planetary catastrophe?
Title: Medieval Mysticism.
Speaker: Anne Bancroft
In what is a fascinating lecture, the meaning of mysticism in the 11th, 12th and 13th century is defined and the commonalities between the teachings of Medieval Mystics and elements of Zen Buddhism and Hinduism are then discussed and compared to the tense relationship that existed between Medieval Mystics and the Christian Church which strove to suppress such teachings.

Title: Two Modern Mystics, Gurdjieff and Krishnamurti.
Speaker: Anne Bancroft
A marvellous lecture in which Anne provides us with an insight in to the lives and teachings of two twentieth century mystics. It is said that Gurdjieff (1866-1949) liked to present his teachings in a complex way whilst Krishnamurti (1895-1986) adopted a very simple approach to the concept of self awareness. A marvellous oration that leaves the listener with much to ponder!

"Truth is a pathless land. Man cannot come to it through any organisation, through any creed, through any dogma, priest or ritual, nor through any philosophic knowledge or psychological technique. He has to find it through the mirror of relationship, through the understanding of the contents of his own mind, through observation and not through intellectual analysis or introspective dissection..."

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