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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 Seven Rays of Consciousness
Speaker: Dr Michael Ibison

Can the totality of consciousness can be expressed through a combination or blending of the seven rays? The first three are known as will, love / wisdom and intelligence, the remaining four are combinations of the first three (will and love, love and intelligence, will and intelligence or will, love and intelligence) and are known as harmony through conflict, concrete knowledge, devotion or idealism and ritual or ceremonial order. Michael then goes on to talk about the origins of the seven rays, their cycles of influence and their relevance to us in terms of explaining the consciousness of individuals, organisations and nations..

 
Title: Freewill and Evil
Speaker: Nigel Blair

Humanity is that aspect of consciousness that is tasked with evolving out of its freewill into beings of unconditional love. In a fascinating talk that encompasses many subject areas, Nigel looks at the concept of freewill and how it presents us with what is this ultimate challenge. Can you have freewill without evil, does evil exist? Or is it something that comes from within ourselves; something derived through the ego?

 
Title: The Family of Isis
Speaker: Ann Neate

A fascinating lecture based on channelled information relating to the gods of Atlantis and Ancient Egypt and their role in restoring balance to the Solar System. Ann begins by discussing the importance of polarity and duality as a universal model; in particular the idea of a father / mother god (Osiris and Isis) as well as the idea of the positive and negative. She then talks about duality in relation to the on-going evolution of planet Earth.

 
Title: Atlantean Religion
Speaker: Patricia Davies
Why is knowledge of the Atlantean civilisation important to us at this time of coming Earth changes? Patricia begins by talking about the connection between Atlantis, human beings and the beings that visited Earth from the Sirius constellation. She describes the extent of the Sirian influence upon the Atlantean epoch before talking in more detail about many aspects of Atlantean society and the relevance of those times to ourselves in this modern age.

Title: The Value of the Near Death Experience in the Evolution of Consciousness
Speaker: Raymond Moody

Raymond begins this lecture by describing what defines a Near Death Experience, how they are often catalysed by some type of crisis, indeed how such events might at the time seem to be a crisis in itself. His work as a psychiatrist has led him to conclude that Near Death Experiences can be instrumental in helping individuals take a quantum leap forward in the evolution of their consciousness because they represent the most profound experience of the self. One response to a crisis is to use it as a mechanism for growth something which near death experiences nearly always produce

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