Rupert Sheldrake - 'The Science Delusion' and Morphic Resonance
A detailed and revealing interview with the renowned author and scientist Rupert Sheldrake, whose work on telepathy, intuition and 'Morphic Resonance' has challenged rampant scientism.
Rupert talks through his work and highlights potentially crucial areas that could change our entire conception of how the universe works. Interview conducted by truth and mysteries researcher Andy Thomas as a Zoom presentation for the Glastonbury Symposium Online event, 2020.
The Glastonbury Symposium is the UK's longest-running and leading alternative conference, which explores 'Truth, Mysteries and New Frontiers'. An annual three-day event held each summer in the legendary Somerset town of Glastonbury, famous for its iconic Tor and Arthurian myths, the renowned Symposium attracts attendees from all over the world to hear leading international speakers discussing many subjects, from unexplained mysteries and the paranormal to radical views on current events, new science and health issues. The weekend is preceded by a day coach tour to ancient sacred sites.
Founded in 1991, through both the atmosphere of the historic town itself and the magical environment created in the richly-decorated venue of the old Town Hall, the Glastonbury Symposium has become the centrepiece of many people's year, inspiring crucial debate and forging a determination to challenge the narrow boundaries of thinking set by the mainstream agenda.