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view Thu, 18/07/2019 - 10:00 - Sun, 21/07/2019 - 16:00 Fontmell Magna Archive Society - Archive Exhibition

Archive Exhibition - 18th to 21st July

Fontmell Magna Village Archive Society will be holding its 12th Exhibition from:

Thursday 18th July to Sunday 21st July from 10.00am to 4.00pm each day at Fontmell Magna Village Hall.

Fontmell Magna
view Sun, 11/08/2019 - 16:00 - 18:00 Sustainable Dorset Sunday Talks: Sustainable & Healthy Homes

Sustainable Sunday Talk: Sustainable & Healthy Homes

https://www.sustainabledorset.org/events

At: Fontmell Magna Village Hall, West St., SP7 0PS

Fontmell Magna
view Thu, 05/09/2019 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Tesla - The Maverick Hungarian - Richard Hutley

 Tesla - The Maverick Hungarian..

Legend, magician, sorcerer, time traveller, or simply an extraordinary scientist who was just way ahead of his time. Nikola Tesla, born in 1856 was one of the most mysterious persons to walk on the earth.

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view Thu, 03/10/2019 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Desire Paths – A New Line on the Ley? - John Billingsley

The defining characteristic of a ley is – I hope we would all agree – straightness. That was the key point that Alfred Watkins drew attention to, and even advocates of the alleged energy lines that have come to be mis-labelled ‘ley lines’ generally feel honour-bound to stress straightness.

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view Thu, 07/11/2019 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification - Ananda Sirisena

 Following his previous talks on Mars and SETI, Ananda will talk about The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. It was a secret investigatory effort funded by the United States Government to study unidentified flying objects, but it was not classified. The program was first made public on December 16, 2017.

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view Thu, 05/12/2019 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - The Wonderful World of Bees - Tottys Good Life

 There will be photos, short film clips and a power point presentation to try to demonstrate the importance of the pollinators in our world. The hope is that the listeners will be encouraged enough to take small actions like planting the odd insect friendly flower or leaving the odd weed ! They save unwanted swarms and re home them out into the world where they can carry on the endless task off keeping our eco system going. Over a third of everything we eat on our plate derives from the work of pollinators and THEY are dying at 40% + year on year? Do we need to worry ? I think so!

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view Thu, 02/01/2020 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Dartington and the Sirius Connection - Mark Herbert

 Mark Herbert explores the strange links between Dartington Hall in Devon and the Sirius star system in his fascinating article that details his research into the intriguing history of this building. He explores how Sirius was discovered and the likely effects of its various cycles and what their imminent completion may portend.

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view Thu, 06/02/2020 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - The Warriors Of Old - Viisions Life Force Foundation

 Viisions Life Force Foundation has been achieved from the guidance of The Warriors Of Old from the spirit world through their messages channelled to our teacher, Gerry.
They have a story that must be told of how we should be protecting our Mother Earth and bring back peace, love and harmony given to Mother Earth at the beginning of time.

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view Thu, 05/03/2020 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Kinesiology - An Evening of Alternative Healing II - Alison Todd

 Kinesiology is a natural health therapy used to balance posture, increase energy levels, relieve stress, alleviate aches and pains and helps the body feel and function better which enables people to be more effective in daily life, it can help clarify and achieve goals and lead people into happier, healthier ways of being.

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view Thu, 02/04/2020 - 19:15 - 22:00 DEMG - Mayan Astronomy - Mark Gibbons

 The Mayans were a South American culture that flourished for a long time until the Spanish Conquistadors arrived. As a society they were pretty obsessed with astronomy. They invented one of the most elegant writing systems ever devised to help record their findings, including arguably the world's first use of zero. They built some stunning observatories that we can still visit, and their measurement of heavenly objects was more accurate than that in Europe of the time. This talk looks at what we have been able to piece together so far from what has survived.

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