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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: From Pisces to Aquarius
Speaker: Chris Turner
In past times Astrology was often used to identify the impacts of longer cycles of time and the challenges that these bring. Chris applies an Astrological approach to outline the possible scenarios, challenges and outcomes associated with the passage from the age of Pisces to that of Aquarius. What are the challenges that humanity need to meet and transcend? And what are the influences of Taurus, Leo and Scorpio on the Aquarian age?
Title: Telepathy
Speaker: Dr Serena Roney Dougal
A talk that includes simple tests to gauge levels of extra sensory perception, Telepathy outlines the origins and development of psychical research, defining the meaning of terms such as clairvoyance, pre-cognition and extra sensory perception.

At an extra sensory level, information is readily available to all of us for the purpose of helping us through our daily lives. Serena discusses how some people chose to use this information and so their extra sensory faculties and the reasons why some of us remain closed and do not (perceptual defence).
Title: Gematria: the Numbers of Infinity
Speaker: Marke Pawson
Is the Hebrew alphabet is more than just a collection of letters, but rather a set of codes used to imprint a cosmic message in the Old Testament? Could this encoded information manifest itself in the design of sacred structures like the Tabernacle and medieval European churches and cathedrals? If so have we lost information that relates matter to inter dimensional energy flow?

Title: The Returning Goddess Energy
Speaker: John Akayzar
John examines the role of the feminine and masculine energies in shaping human belief systems, structures and culture. In ancient societies the goddess (feminine) energy prevailed but 3 to 4 thousand years ago humanity began to shift from the feminine to the masculine (god energy). The feminine influence is now returning and John outlines what this means for us as individuals and for humanity and how we must adjust our thinking and way of being to accommodate its re-emergence.


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