Truth Juice Gathering 2013 – Gary Biltcliffe

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The Legacy of the Etruscans and the Pelasgi

Independent Researcher Gary Biltcliffe reveals the magnificent sacred monuments and megalithic polygonal walls in Italy and Greece built by a forgotten race who founded Western Civilisation before the Ancient Greeks.

They were known as the Pelasgi and Gary will show that a colony of their successors, may have settled in England before the Roman invasion.

Many of his findings emerge from his exploration of folklore and myths which allows him to work in a geomythic way with the local landscape.

He has discovered that our ancestors left us a legacy of knowledge hidden within the folktales of sacred places, stories that have for the initiated more than one meaning.

About Gary

Gary Biltcliffe was born in 1960 and brought up in Lancashire.

He has dedicated the last 30 years to historical research and investigation of earth mysteries, dowsing ancient sites, uncovering lost knowledge and early folklore.

From an early age, his fascination with the esoteric was inspired by numerous real-life paranormal experiences.

He has appeared on radio and television and has lectured widely in the UK and North America.

Gary has also led International groups around Britain’s sacred sites and written articles for journals and magazines.

He moved to Dorset in 1993 and his research of the county’s ancient history culminated in his first publication The Spirit of Portland, Revelations of a Sacred Isle in 2009 and followed by The Spine of Albion in 2012.

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    • titi on November 17, 2013 at 12:08 am

    the foundation of western civilization came from kemet who taught these people and the greeks. Someone likes to lie.

    • Jane Grimster on November 12, 2013 at 6:58 pm

    Hi Gary and Caroline,

    I would just like to say thank you for a wonderful talk you gave at The Exmouth Arms last Wednesday, it was one of the best I have been to, it was so informative and opened a whole new world to me. Also your book is so easy to read with so much information, I will be visiting more of our local places which are on the line. Please come and see us again in the future.

    Regards Jane Grimster

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