Sunday 17 May 2015

Ben Emlyn-Jones to speak at Bases at Merlin's Mound

I'm pleased to report that I will be speaking at the first of the summer conferences by the Bases Project. I've always admired Bases, see background links below, and so am delighted to be included on their speakers' list. This event was originally going to be an alternative Egyptology special hosted by Antoine Gigal, see:; however this was cancelled because Antoine has fallen ill. I wish her a complete and speedy recovery. Her event has been replaced by another on the same day, time and venue and will feature three speakers including myself. My lecture, Helen Duncan, is based on my film Helen Duncan- Wartime Psychic Jailed, see background links, but will include important and exclusive new updates. My bio and blurb will read: "Ben Emlyn-Jones is a researcher into the paranormal, government cover-ups, UFO's and similar subject from Oxford. His talk will be about the strange case of Helen Duncan. The 1944 'Witchcraft Trial' in which psychic medium Helen Duncan was imprisoned for nine months now took place seventy-one years ago, yet it still arouses controversy and is as relevant today as it's ever been. It concerns the true nature of reality, life and death. How much our rulers know about it? And how much are they willing to let us know? Will contain important and exclusive new updates!" (See: The other two speakers are Miles Johnston, director of the Bases Project (see below for his HPANWO Radio interview), and Cara St Louis, an activist, journalist and author on chemtrails. This webpage for the Bases at Merlin's Mound event will be updated over time: The venue is the Woodborough Social Club, Smithy Lane, Woodborough, Wiltshire, SN95PL, a couple of miles south of The Barge at Honeystreet. The date is Saturday the 20th of June, doors open at 10 AM and tickets cost £25 if you order them from the above webpage; £30 on the door.

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