Philip Gardiners Forbidden Knowledge Conference
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Religious/Faith Based / Documentary (2006) 95 minutes ~ Color
The Official DVD of the Philip Gardiner's Forbidden Knowledge Conference
UK 06 featuring some of the world's leading authors in the subjects of the
metaphysical, historical, paranormal and unexplained: Philip Gardiner,
Michael Cremo, Crichton Miller, Hamish Miller, Nick Pope, Alan Alford
and special guest Andrew Collins, Dr. Robert Feather, Tim Wallace-Murphy,
Dr. John Jay Harper brought to you by Conscious Media Network.
Filmed exclusively at Kings Hall, Stoke on Trent, this unique DVD
includes speeches and special interviews with the authors.
Over one and a half hours of fascinating topics and information.
Music by Soul Path, Warrior, WWIII and many others.
From the USA, Michael Cremo, best selling author and researcher, came to
present his evidence for the ancient antiquity of mankind stretching back millions and millions of years. From the UK, Philip Gardiner spoke about his experiences at the hands of the sinister order the Holy Vehm. Andrew Collins gives a remarkable lecture on his new book, the Cygnus Mystery, explaining how the radiation from Cygnus may indeed have caused human evolution. Alan Alford is widely recognized as one of the worlds leading authorities on the Great Pyramids and he gave a unique exposition of his beliefs. Hamish Miller dowsed around the stage and revealed the earths power for all to see. Nick Pope is the British Fox Mulder and he revealed the British X-Files for all. Then Tim Wallace-Murphy, an international best selling author and world-renowned lecturer spoke about how to crack the symbol code. Crichton Miller revealed the spiritual depths and physical uses of the ancient Celtic Cross and the amazing Robert Feather revealed the Jesus of the Essene and the burial place of John the Baptist.
Director: Philip Gardiner
Stars: Alan Alford, Andrew Collins, Michael Cremo, Dr. Robert Feather, Philip Gardiner, Dr. John Jay Harper, Crichton Miller, Hamish Miller, Tim Wallace-Murphy, Nick Pope