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Annual Conference 2017 

15 - 17 September 2017

University of Leicester Conference Centre, Stamford Court, Manor Road, Oadby, LE2 2LH

We can now exclusively reveal our full line-up of speakers:

Willem Witteveen

Willem Witteveen’s lifelong interest in ancient civilisations, ancient documents and ancient writers stems from his background in navigational sciences and his worldwide travels as a navigational officer on merchant vessels. Finally back on shore, he is now a full-time researcher and is currently focused on Ancient Egypt and its corresponding connections to human history.

The Great Pyramid of Giza is not only the best known but also the most enigmatic structure on our planet. It has been studied, measured and illustrated for more than 200 years. Yet no one can say with any certainty why it exists. In his talk on Saturday 16th September, The Library of Giza, Willem Witteveen will introduce a theory about its original function to demonstrate just how important the Great Pyramid is to our understanding of the modern world and will widen the context in which we can now view this spectacular icon. Its purpose was much more powerful than has previously been imagined and was closely associated with the five earthly elements responsible for creation.

Willem’s lecture follows the path of the elements in order to demonstrate the purpose of the Great Pyramid. Each element represents a certain process inside the pyramid and, when merged, it completes an extraordinary alchemical method for producing sustainable energy.

Willem will be giving workshops entitled The Application of Sound in Ancient Egypt in which he will discuss the application of sound resonance in the Great Pyramid including specific sound frequencies used for healing in specially designed temples and niches, many of which are still in working order.

Ann Lodygowski

It was in 1976 that Ann Lodygowski started dowsing for animals. She has studied anatomy, physiology, herbs and flower remedies, all of which help in her work. Living surrounded by animals, Ann has also learned to tune into them. Now an active 81 year old, she regularly works with animals in Canada, New Zealand, France and throughout the UK, preferring to work remotely as she gets more information that way.

Ann is delighted that her talk at Conference, Experiences of Animal Communication, (Saturday 16th September) and her two workshops will give her an opportunity to pass on knowledge she has acquired through her many years of dowsing for animals.

Jan Bugge

Jan Bugge, a BSD member from Norway, will give a talk entitled Sound, Resonance and Frequencies in Healing (Sunday 17th September).

Jan has a background in economics, law and international business but has been inspired to explore the complexity of consciousness, mind, matter and healing. How could we apply new knowledge, new science, old wisdom and insight to our lives? Western medicine today assumes that illness is due to impersonal mechanical causes and genetic circumstances but is it so? He believes that under the right circumstances the body can heal itself and that the keys to healing are sound, resonance and frequencies. There are still a lot of questions to be answered but we are getting closer and closer to understanding how it works.

Sylvia Francke

Sylvia Francke, the outgoing chairman of RILKO (Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation) studied for the stage and teaching. She is a student of the philosophy of Dr Rudolf Steiner and has incorporated this knowledge into attempting to solve the mystery of Rennes-le-Château in her book: 'The Tree of Life and the Holy Grail’, published by Temple Lodge in 1996 (revised in 2007).

On Friday 15th September, Sylvia will treat us to her talk entitled Nine Dowsable Patterns in Water: A Possible Link Between ‘The Sounding Cosmos’ and the Process of Creation.  When one compares the late 20th century discovery of nine dowsable resonance patterns in water by two Austrian researchers, Gernot Gräfer and Maria Felsenreich, with statements made by Rudolf Steiner ninety years earlier, a link can be traced between the influences of the planets and the coming into being of life-forms on earth. Sylvia Francke will also describe that, with this form of dowsing, it is possible to demonstrate how the waters of ancient sacred places resonate to what has been known as “The Music of the Spheres”.


Thomas Warrior

Thomas Warrior trained as a holistic health therapist in Germany and as a naturopath in Britain and has over 30 years of experience in holistic health care. He established Bioresonance Scotland and Findhorn Holistic Health Clinic in April 2011 in response to a growing interest and need in effective innovative healing methods in the private holistic health care arena in Scotland.

Thomas’ work at the clinic focusses on Bioresonance According to Paul Schmidt, a cutting edge method in the field of Vibrational Medicine, designed to enhance the body's own regulation and detoxification and to boost the body's natural immune system to help the body heal itself.

Thomas is the international trainer and biomedical consultant for Rayonex Biomedical GmbH in Germany, who are a leading biomedical company promoting Bioresonance According to Paul Schmidt and producing and marketing bioresonance devices in 42 countries. His work for the company encompasses a wide variety of services, including running certified training courses for doctors, naturopaths and other health professionals, as well as holding lectures and seminars at conferences and congresses worldwide.

Back by popular demand, Thomas will present Building Biology: Living Safely in a Digital World (Sunday 17th September).  In this lecture, Thomas will discuss the latest research in the field of Electrosmog and Geopathic stress and present innovative solutions to address the burdens from electro-magnetic radiation and geopathic stress in the human organism. His talk will include a presentation of the principles and types of electrosmog and geopathic stress, the effects on the human organism, typical pathologies, how to analyse and reduce these burdens, as well as a brief practical demonstration of how a building biologist carries out varies tests to identify electrosmog and geopathic stress.

Thomas will expand on this talk with his workshop entitled Testing and Harmonising the Effects of Electrosmog and Geopathic Stress.  In this workshop Thomas will demonstrate the practical application of testing and harmonising the burden from Electrosmog and Geopathic Stress in the human organism, employing the use of the Rayocomp PS1000 polar and the Rayocomp PS10, the two principle analysis and treatment devices of the Rayonex system in Bioresonance according to Paul Schmidt.

It will include testing for the burden of alternating electric and magnetic fields (i.e. low frequency radiation from electricity) and for pulse-modulated radiation (i.e. micro-wave radiation caused by wireless communication devices such as mobile phones, cordless phones, wireless routers, mobile phone masts, etc.), as well as for the burden of geopathic stress (i.e. water veins, geological faults and geomagnetic global grids), in the human organism.

Thomas will also demonstrate how these burdens can be reduced and harmonised, employing the use of biofield-forming devices produced by Rayonex Biomedical GmbH, such as the Duplex IV, Rayonators, the family of Rayex Devices, and the Mini-Rayonex.

Our early bird offers end on 30th June 2017, so book now!