Episode-05: Lucy Wyatt and the Eternal Knowledge Festival

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Episode-05: Lucy Wyatt and the Eternal Knowledge Festival

Post  Adam on Fri Apr 06, 2012 1:31 am


I'm very happy to announce that I'm heading over to England to partake in the

Eternal Knowledge Festival.

This is a very interesting new event that has such a great line up of speakers (as well as being very affordable) that I couldn't resist going. As luck would have it the first day of this three day festival is also my birthday. So this will be a fantastic way to celebrate the start of my 48th year here on this wonderful little planet.

I was also lucky enough to have a great conversation with the host of the event, Lucy Wyatt. This was produced to be the first part of a two part podcast that I hope you'll find as thought provoking and intriguing as I did.

Lucy is also the author of 'Approaching Chaos' and since publication in January 2010, she has given many talks at festivals and other venues around the UK. This festival will be held on Lucy's family farm in Suffolk, England. The site was lushly described on their web site as such.

"Lucy is delighted to be able to provide the festival site on land which forms part of the family farm. This part of the farm is called 'Holly Hills', next to woodland of the same name. The farm is in attractive location next to the heritage coast in Suffolk, near the popular seaside resorts of Southwold, Walberswick and Dunwich. The beautiful church of Blythburgh, known as "the Angel of the Marshes" is just to the north and the farm is also about 10 miles away from the Michael & Mary energy lines that run from Suffolk to Michaels Mount in Cornwall via many key sacred sites. The farm has been described as "land that time itself forgot" with its thick hedgerows, old field patterns and 600 year old oak trees. It was restored from dereliction in 2000 and has been an opportunity to explore an eco-project that now includes rainwater capturing, biofuel processing for the tractor and a Steiner-inspired 3-pond domestic sewage system - a genuine example of working in harmony with Nature. "

There is also the added benefit of free camping in the fields of this beautiful farm.
This is great for me as even though the event is very affordably priced I would not be able to afford the trip if I also had to arrange lodging.

This is going to be a really fun spring time event and I'm very excited to take part. If you're able, then I highly recommend joining us all there. The line up of speakers is top notch and the entire event should prove to be an incredible mind expanding experience.

I hope to see you there.


Here is the list of links I referred to in the podcast:
Red Ice Radio interview: Lucy Wyatt - Hour 1 - The Bronze Age City Builders

Red Ice Radio interview: Lucy Wyatt - Approaching Chaos & Saving Civilization
May 23, 2010


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