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Past Events

February 4, 2010
at Lecture Hall of the Kensington Central Library
Can there ever be a scientifically satisfactory explanation as to what happens to human consciousness at the point of death? Anthony Peake believes there may be. Using the latest evidence from the fields of quantum physics, neurology, consciousness studies and psychology, he proposes an original hypotheses which he calls 'Cheating The Ferryman'. A new member of the SPR, Anthony Peake is a member of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, SMN and IANDS. With books published on this topic, he...
December 3, 2009
at Lecture Hall of the Kensington Central Library
As long as there have been battles there have been reports of ghostly activity after - and even during - the action. This lively talk considers some of these ghost stories from thoughout history and all over the world - from ghostly Roman soldiers to the famed Angels of Mons, and asks if there are such things in heaven and earth. Mr. Orme is based at Peterborough Museum and regularly presents talk on ghosts and local history.
November 19, 2009
at Lecture Hall of the Kensington Central Library
This talk will cover a brief history of Controlled Remote Viewing (CRV), addressing the collection of information and how it is perceived by a remote viewer. Learning experience in CRV will be discussed as well as how to task and work with its strengths and weaknesses. Michael Ash learned CRV from Lyn Buchanan, of the former US Army Stargate programme, and has studied to an advanced stage. He is a visual effects artist, having worked on special effects for feature films, television and...
October 31, 2009
at St Philip's Church
‘Noisy spirits’ were disturbing the peace long before their naming as poltergeist effects (or even more recently as RSPK), and some unfortunate person was commonly identified as what we today would term the focus; he, or more usually she, would probably have been associated with witchcraft or demonic possession, and treated accordingly.
October 1, 2009
at Lecture Hall of the Kensington Central Library
Speaker: Tricia Robertson