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NEXUS Conference Amsterdam May 1st 2010

 

Address venue:

Geert Groote College

Fred. Roeskestraat 84

1076 ED Amsterdam

(Near Olympic Stadium)

 

Tickets are available at the door!

 

Breaking News:

 

Jim Humble

the inventor of MMS
is coming to Holland!

Speakers:

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Jim Humble (USA)

The inventor of MMS read more...
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Aerospace engineer Jim Humble's third career started accidentally while on a gold prospecting trip in the jungle of Venezuela. There, using stabilized oxygen, he improvised an effective remedy for his colleagues who were stricken with malaria. As curious as he had always been in his life, he returned to his native US and wondered why the cure had worked so well. The answers to his own questions led him to the development of a more powerful form of oxygen therapy, chlorine dioxide, which he called Miracle Mineral Supplement (MMS). With a mission to help the human race whatever he did, Jim made it widely available in the form of sodium chlorite which the user 'activated' by adding lemon juice or vinegar - and medical teams conducted 100,000 research trials in Africa where it was found that MMS would frequently relieve the symptoms of malaria in as little as four hours. Read this article in NEXUS Magazine for more information about Jim Humble and MMS.

 

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Marcus Allen (UK)

The Apollo Moon Landings - Fact or Fiction? read more...
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Marcus Allen is the UK publisher of Nexus Magazine, which he introduced to this country in 1994. Marcus will talk about the Moon Landings, which are just one of the many 'taboo' subjects he has investigated, around which new questions arise that have yet to be adequately answered. 

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Bert Janssen (NL) 

2012: Welcome to the Hall of Mirrors read more...
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Dutch native, Bert Janssen, is an award winning author, researcher, and motivational entertainer. His interest in the power of shapes, form, harmony, and geometry has led him into the mysterious world of quantum science, crop circles, and sacred sites. He travels all over the world to study, photograph and lecture on these subjects. He has produced three award winning documentaries and authored three books. Two of the books are on the crop circle enigma.

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Andy Thomas (UK)

The Truth Agenda – Making Sense of the Global Agenda read more...
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Andy Thomas is one of England's most prolific authors and lecturers on unexplained mysteries.

Andy is author of seven books exploring the unexplained, including The Truth Agenda: Making Sense of Unexplained Mysteries, Global Cover-Ups and 2012 Prophecies, which was published in summer 2009. A busy lecturer, Andy is renowned for his striking presentations on the unexplained and global cover-ups.

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Harry Oldfield (UK)

Harry Oldfield's Invisible Universe read more...
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Harry Oldfield is a scientist and inventor whose areas of successful development span the visual presentation of energy fields with computers, through to the image enhancement of microscopes and instruments utilising the special properties of crystals. One of Harry's main developments has been a photo-imaging system that reveals the human energy field (aura). This has become known as PIP which stands for Polycontrast Interference Photography.  

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Nick Pope (UK)

The Rendlesham Forest Incident read more...
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2010 marks the 30th anniversary of Britain's most famous and compelling UFO case, the Rendlesham Forest incident. Apart from Roswell, it is probably the best-known case in the world. Former Ministry of Defence UFO investigator Nick Pope will review the evidence and sort the facts from the fiction. He will share the results of his 1994 cold case review of the incident, which among other things concluded that the original investigation had been fatally flawed by procedural errors, delay, confusion over jurisdiction and poor information-sharing between the MoD and the United States Air Force. Nick Pope will also update attendees on latest developments in relation to the Rendlesham Forest incident, including new information from recently released MoD files, ongoing Freedom of Information Act requests, a scheduled reunion of witnesses and plans for a Hollywood movie about the incident.

 

Nick Pope used to run the British Government's UFO project at the Ministry of Defence. Initially sceptical, his research and investigation into the UFO phenomenon and access to classified government files on the subject soon convinced him that the phenomenon raised important defence and national security issues, especially when the witnesses were military pilots or where UFOs were tracked on radar. Nick also looked into other mysteries such as alien abductions, crop circles and ghosts. He now continues his research in a private capacity and is recognised as a leading authority on UFOs, the unexplained and conspiracy theories. He does extensive media work, lectures all around the world and has acted as consultant and contributor on numerous television documentaries.

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André Douzet (France)

The treasure of Rennes-le-Château read more...
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André Douzet (1947) is a French researcher and is the author of several books in the French language. He has three English titles to his name. André Douzet remains one of the highest profile researchers in the Rennes-le-Château genre. His most significant contribution to the study of Rennes-le-Château is his discovery of a topographical Model, alleged to have been commissioned by Bérenger Saunière, shortly before his death in 1917. The Model illustrates the primary sites associated with the biblical Passion of Christ in Jerusalem, including the location of two notable tombs; that of Jesus Christ and his uncle, Joseph of Armatheia. Douzet’s controversial research concluded that the Model did not portray a landscape in Jerusalem, but rather an abandoned village called Perillos, near Perpignan, in the South of France. Douzet has also championed the notion that Saunière traveled to Perillos and beyond, to Lyon, where he was involved in a variety of religious and esoteric societies. His recent work has explored the veneration of Egyptian artifacts in caves and churches in and around the Pyrenees. His ongoing research is published on Société Perillos, a popular multi-lingual web-site dedicated to the study of relevant esoteric subjects.

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Plus: Some workshops and Cutting Edge information on several NEXUS subjects and selected stalls & exhibits.
 

Advance bookings 50 Euro or 45 GBP To register, or for more info, call, write or email: NEXUS Magazine – Frontier Bookshop Leliegracht 42 1015 DH Amsterdam tel: +31-(0)20-3309151 fax: +31-(0)20-3309150 email: info@nexusconference.com website: www.nexusconference.com 

 

Ticket price conference (10 a.m. – 8 p.m):
* 50 Euro or 45 GBP *
Ticket price conference (10 a.m. – 8 p.m) plus workshop Jim Humble (8 p.m. - 10 p.m.):
* 70 Euro or 65 GBP *

* Tickets are not refundable!

 

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Schedule (subject to change)

 

Theatre

 

10.00 – 10.30 h

Opening

10.30 – 11.30 h

Marcus Allen (UK): The Apollo Moon Landings - Fact or Fiction?

11.30 – 12.30 h

André Douzet (France):  The treasure of Rennes-le-Château

12.30 – 13.30 h

Lunch

13.30 – 14.30 h

Jim Humble (USA): The inventor of MMS

14.30 – 15.30 h

Bert Janssen (NL):  2012 - Welcome to the Hall of Mirrors

15.30 – 16.00 h

Break

16.00 – 17.00 h

Nick Pope (UK):  The Rendlesham Forest Incident 

17.00 – 18.00 h

Harry Oldfield (UK):  Harry Oldfield's Invisible Universe

18.00 – 18.30 h

Break

18.30 – 19.30 h

Andy Thomas (UK): The Truth Agenda – Making Sense of the Global Agenda

19.30

End

   

In room 303

 

18.30 – 19.30 h

Workshop Harry Oldfield (part of the conference)

20.00 – 22.00 h

Workshop Jim Humble (extra ticket € 20,- )

 

 

Info about the location:

 

Nexus Conference Route Information

 

You can download the route information in .pdf format here -->> (You need Adobe Acrobat Reader to read the info file)

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Frontier Bookshop 
Leliegracht 42 
1015 DH Amsterdam 
tel: +31-(0)20-3309151 
email: info@fsf.nl 

Open:

maandag

10u00

18u00

dinsdag

10u00

18u00

woensdag

10u00

18u00

donderdag

10u00

18u00

vrijdag

10u00

18u00

zaterdag

10u00

18u00