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2019 Autumn Meeting

12 October 2019
  • 11:00 am ‘The Phrygians in the Velikovsky Chronology’: Barry Curnock will continue his series of talks on a revised Hittite history in line with Immanuel Velikovsky’s equatiing of the Battles of Kadesh and Carchemish.
  • 12:15 to 1:15 ‒ Lunch: If you would like a buffet lunch, please inform Phillip Clapham. If you require a vegetarian option, please let him know. There is no charge for lunch.
  • 1:30: Electric Universe videos

Quaker Meeting House, 150 Church Road, Watford, WD17 4QB (Map), UK.

2019 Spring Meeting

27 April 2019

Talk featuring Adrian Gilbert and Assistant Prof Nick Thom:

2018 Autumn Meeting

29 September 2018
  • 11:00am Bob Johnson, “Why the Electric Universe isn’t the same as the Plasma Universe and why it matters: Part I.” Bob explores these questions in a two-part talk comparing the Electric Universe and the Plasma Universe. Part I focuses on the differences between the two approaches.
  • 12:15pm Lunch. Lunch is free but it is important to know numbers.
  • 1:30pm "Massive solar eruptions and their contribution to the causes of tectonic uplift” Bob delivers his new talk.

2018 Spring Meeting

28 April 2018

28th April 2018. Afternoon Spring Meeting 1:30 - 4:15pm

  • Rupert Holms: “Star Core Zeus, Pangaea and the formation of the Moon”.
  • Barry Curnock, “After Kadesh, the Next Generation”.
  • Farewell tribute to Anthony Haynes.

2017 Autumn Meeting

7 October 2017

Autumn Meeting 11:00 - 4:15pm

  • 11:00 Bob Johnson       - The Sun's Electrical Activity
  • 12:00 Rupert Holmes   - The Star Core - Zeus
  • 1:50 Adrian Gilbert   -   The Stone of Scone
  • 3:20 Bob Porter     -    The Archaeology of the Exodus

2017 Spring Meeting

29 April 2017
  • 1:30 - 4:15pm
  • Adrian Gilbert, “The Maya, Ancient Egypt, Stargates and the Electric Universe”.
  • Bob Johnson, “The Anomalous Planetary Periods in the Panchasiddhantika Revisited”

2016 Autumn Meeting

17 September 2016
  • 11:40 Peter Mungo Jupp: "Diamonds Aren't Forever?"
  • 12.00 Peter Mungo Jupp: "Can Kangaroos Swim?"
  • 13.30 Wal Thornhill: "The Elegant Simplicity of the Electric Universe"

2016 Spring Meeting

23 April 2016
  • 1:30 Wayne Burn: "The Saturn Hypothesis"
  • 2.45 Video: "On the Origins of Icons from Antiquity"

2015 Autumn Meeting

19 September 2015
  • 11:00 Mark Bailey: "Recent Developments in our Understanding of Comets"    
  • 1:30: Robert Feather: "Where Moses Stood"
  • 2:45: Tony Haynes and Peter Fairlie-Clarke: "Worlds in Collision, the Exodus Event"