Hugh Newman
Megaliths & Earth Energies of South America

February 2, 2016

in Hugh Newman, Megalithomania Glastonbury

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Hugh Newman – Megaliths & Earth Energies of South America

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Hugh has been travelling across South America investigating megalithic sites and tracking the path of the famous Rainbow Serpent and Plumed Serpent global energy currents for several years. His recent trip to Peru, Bolivia and Colombia will be under the spotlight in this presentation. Gargantuan megalithic temples that pre-date the Inca exist in these countries that defy explanation and have legends that consistently relate to Virococha, or the ‘Feathered Serpent’, a god who was hugely influential in prehistoric times. He was said to be able to talk any language, summon thunder and levitate big blocks of stone. He introduced agriculture, metalwork and taught the arts of vegetarianism, art and good communication. Like the legends of Quetzalcoatl in Mexico, he arrived from the waters on a ‘raft of serpents’, but who were these ‘serpent’ gods? Where did they come from? Were they masters of working with earth energies? Hugh will give an overview of all the megalithic sites he visited, including the lesser-known San Augustin in Southern Colombia and the incredible underground complex of Chavin de Huanter in Central Peru.

Hugh Newman is an earth mysteries and Antiquarian researcher. He organises the Megalithomania Conferences and tours and coordinates talks, films and workshops at numerous festivals. He has researched the Indigo child phenomenon and published a book on the subject. His most recent book, Earth Grids has been published by Wooden Books. He is an honorary member of The Antiquarian Society and has spoken at conferences in the UK, Malta, France, Peru, Bosnia, and North America. He has appeared on BBC TV, Sky Channel & on Ancient Aliens Series 3 (The Secret Code) in October 2011 and 5 episodes of series 4 in 2012.

Directed by Jonathan Adams

 

 

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