EU2016 — special events



On the docket now are the FREE public opening session, the Breakout Room, and a private EU Geology tour after the conference. Check back often for more details.


EU-Geology-Tour-6 LargeImmediately following the EU2016 Conference: Elegant Simplicity, a six-day privately sponsored Electric Universe Geology themed tour will embark on an adventure through the southwest USA.

The tour will start the morning of Monday, June 20 after the conference and end the evening of Saturday, June 25 at 4:00 pm, leaving from and returning to the Sheraton Mesa Wrigleyville West hotel. Many mundane and majestic geological sites will be visited on the tour route that challenge the views and theories of standard geology. Participants will discuss possible solutions as to how those formations came to be, considering the background of the extended geological tool set an Electric Universe provides. Andreas Otte, an EU2015 and EU2016 speaker on EU Geology, and Julian West, a noted EU Geology researcher, will act as tour guides.

Detailed information about the route and itinerary is available here.  Or, to speak to one of the the tour organizers, contact Mark Spann, or phone 251-648-0006.

Friday, June 17, 2016, 7:00 pm

Canyon Ballroom, First Floor

 Admission to the opening session on Friday evening is FREE to the public.

Located in the Conference Center, First Floor

Contact Jean Hafner for more information: jhafner at swcp dot com.

Please note: The schedule is subject to change without notice.

Friday,  June 17

2:30–5:00 p.m. –  Technical checks for Breakout Room presenters, set up, casual meet and greet, everyone welcome to lend a hand (Arroyo Room,  Agua Fria Room, and Canyon A)

5:00–6:00 p.m. –  Julian West, Kiosk: “EU Geology Tour Orientation” (Agua Fria Room)

6:00–9:00 p.m.  –  Closed for Meet-n-Greet in Sheraton Lounge

9:10–10:00 p.m. –  Katherine Fitzgerald, film debut: “The Baby and the Bathwater: Immanuel Velikovsky and the Scientific Establishment” (work in progress, Arroyo Room)

Saturday, June 18

8:15 a.m.– noon   –  Closed for Main Hall talks

12:05–12:45 p.m. – Eileen McKusick, “Part 1: The Biofield Anatomy Hypothesis” (Agua Fria Room)

12:15–12:45 p.m. – Kim Gibson, Animations: “How Worlds Collide” (Arroyo Room)

1:30–5:00 p.m. –  Closed for Main Hall talks

12:50–1:25 p.m. –

David Wittekind, “Shedding New Light on Light” (Agua Fria Room)

Ted Holden, “Gravity, Ancient Attenuation, & Questions About Large Dinosaurs” (Arroyo Room)

5:05–5:50 p.m.  –   Edwin Kaal, “Part 1: The Construct of the Elements: a New Model for the Atom” (Arroyo Room)

5:15–6:00 p.m. –   Virginia Fujii – “The Subconscious Symbolism of Plasma” (Agua Fria Room)

6:00–6:20 p.m. –   Ghada Chehade – “Poetry: Paradigm Shifts and the EU” (Agua Fria Room)

6:10–6:45 p.m. –   Table-top sessions (Canyon Ballrooms A & B)

Jim Weninger, “The Motion of Our Solar System in a “Donald Scott” Filament

Douglas Garrison, “TFT: Tapping and Trauma

Anthony Dunford, “Funderbolts update”

7:00–8:30 p.m. –   Closed for SAFIRE talk and panel in Main Hall

8:30–9:30 p.m.  –  Edwin Kaal “Part 2, Build Your Own Atoms” (Canyon Ballroom A)

8:30– 9:15 p.m. –  Virginia Fujii – “Part 2: Searching for the Cymatic Squatter Man” (Agua Fria Room)

9:15–10:00 p.m. –Neil Thompson, Howard Lipman & Ghada Chehade, Gathering: “Poets, Writers, and Artists as a Voice for the EU ” (Canyon Ballroom B)

Sunday June 19

12:05–12:45 p.m. – Eugene Bagashov, “Electric Vortices in Continuous Media” (Arroyo Room)

12:05–12:35 p.m. – Arnold Clifford, “Navajo Dieties and Their Place in the EU” (Agua Fria Room)

12:45–1:25 p.m. –

Andrew Fitts, “Velikovsky and Cultural Amnesia” (Arroyo Room)

Hannes Täger,  “Introduction to the History of Electric Comet Theories” (Agua Fria Room)

Bruce Leybourne and Mick Davis, Organizational Meeting: “Eclipse 2017 Project” (Canyon Ballroom B)

1:30–5:00 p.m. –  Closed for Main Hall talks

5:05–5:45 p.m.  –  Eileen McKusick Part 2, Group Session: “Biofield Tuning” (Agua Fria)

5:50 pm               –   ClosedRefresh, Reception, and Banquet


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