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article imageLost Civilizations Conference — An Update Special

By Alexander Baron     Jan 3, 2014 in World
London - The First International Conference on the Nephilim is being held in Central London next month. Organiser David Parry filled in a bit more detail.
The flyer advertising this unique event can now be downloaded from the Internet Archive. The previous report can be found here. The man behind it is Elchin Afandiyev fan David Parry, who is currently wearing his other hat as a pagan priest.
He interrupted his busy schedule to answer a few questions.
Alexander Baron: How many are you expecting now?
David Parry: Difficult to estimate numbers. However, we have had inquiries from America and Norway, let alone the UK.
AB: I gather you have added an excursion or two; what are these?
DP: I will be leading potential excursions through "esoteric London" and visiting such places as the Templar Church, Freemasons Hall, along with usual tourist attractions.
AB: Your confirmed speakers are?
DP: Our speakers are known internationally. The Reverend Jim Wilhelmsen, for example, is a prominent Evangelical preacher in the US. Also, Andrew Gough has a background in film, independent research and the occult. On top of this, Darren Storer is the rising star of "Psychic London", Andrew Collins is an authority on Earth Mysteries, and Klaus Dona (whose background is in museum curation) has become a regular contributor at a number of international seminars. Perhaps the most significant, however, is Vladimir Weidemann, an ex-BBC journalist, author, (genuine) mystic, and researcher with extremely impressive links at the Academy in Moscow.
AB: I read a book by Andrew Collins years ago, about psychic questing, or perhaps that should be psychic jesting?
DP: I suspect that Mr Collins is serious in his endeavours. Personally, I was introduced to psychic questing (similar to Iain Sinclair's notion psychogeography?) by the author and magician Jack Gale. To my mind, it seems to be an intuitive grasp of environment and history. That said, I have never tried it myself.
AB: And this is aimed at who?
DP: An interested general audience. We are looking at sources of sponsorship at the moment for future events. I will be both convener and Master of Ceremonies. Sylvio Mares (my assistant) and Roman Sharov (IT) are helping with the practicalities.
AB: Where is all this leading?
DP: My own view is that this is a DaDa conference. On a personal level, I suspect the Nephilim will remain a Biblical mystery, and the crystal skulls are objets d'art. Hence, my intention is to bring surrealist themes to London in the form of imaginative artifacts and dreamlike exhibition.
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