Glastonbury – The Assembly Rooms

Trinity Sunday 12 June 2022 9 til 5

These times are fluid yet synchronous…

9:00 am – A few words from Eli

9:15-10:45 – Daniel Thompson – Mills – BioTerrain Medicine

Daniel reveals how the Germ Theory of disease (a key foundation of modern medicine) has never been scientifically proven and is erroneous. In its place, he presents the science behind BioTerrain Medicine through which we can gain a true insight into how the body works and how we can effectively maintain and recover health.

10:45-11:00 – Refresh yourselves!

11:00-12:30 – Oliver Perceval – The Landscape of Radio Frequencies and how to live with it.

Oliver is an architect, his interest in RF started when he began to experience the effects of the unseen electromagnetic environment was having on and in the buildings of his clients. Since then he has been communicating and mitigating the effects of RF to both his clients and the wider public.

Oliver explains what radio frequencies actually are, what place they have within our lives and what impact they are having on us day to day. His 5 part, in depth presentation, has been the backbone to his nationwide tour to educate and inform people into making better choices around RF technology.

12:30-13:30 – Lunch

13:30 – 15:15 – Chris Roe – When Food is Scarce – Forage!

With so many edible plants all around us, why is it we are not using them? Chris will be taking us on a journey of discovery and showing us the amazing complexity and functionality of plants which that give us nutrition and medicinal benefits.

Chris studied at The Scottish School of Herbal medicine in Glasgow, a school which attempted to teach both the science and art of herbalism. Although the modern laboratory biochemist may corroborate much ancient knowledge it is observation and generations of clinical experience that forms the basis of how he use herbs. Chris has a BSc hons in medical Herbalism

15:15–15:30 – Refresh Yourselves

15:30-17:00 – Jacqueline Richards – Storing Nutrition

Jacqueline is passionate about nutritional medicine. In 2013 she studied anatomy and physiology, pathology, biochemistry and nutrition with the College of Naturopathic Medicine, qualifying as a Nutritional Therapist in 2016.  In order to become the holistic therapist she always wanted to be she also studied and is qualified in Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Massage and is a Reiki Master/Teacher.

Jacqueline will be conveying her vast knowledge of what foodstuffs are the most efficient when planning for long periods of “off grid” living. She dispels common held beliefs around food “prepping”, offering much more rewarding, nutritious and tasty options when considering storing food for possible shortages.Not to be missed.

17:00 – Close

Some of the above presentations will have Q & A components. The event may be filmed, please email us if you do not want to be filmed.