What’s on

 Events not organised by Fountain International, but may be of interest. 

If you would like to recommend a Conference, Event, workshop or lecture in your area, (or do a review of it for the Magazine,) please get in touch.  This is a global invitation.   


13 – 19th September 2014

The Tara Approach, Findhorn, Scotland.

The Tara Approach is an integration of Western Neuroscience with Jin Shin, a Japanese meridian touch system.  As a survivor of shock and trauma Stephanie Milnes, Ph.D has created this approach from her years of research, study and work with clients.

Dr Mines, author of “We are all in shock,” will be teaching the foundation course at Findhorn.

For more information and to register visit www.tara-approach.org/upcoming.  Or contact Suzie McGreevy 0n 0035385 1428403

Festival of Life
Sat Sept 14th, Conway Hall, London
One of our favourite events we help to organise is the awesome Festival of Life.  Showcasing the very best in nutrition, talks, workshop and live music.
Join us for:
WHP Stall, Superfood Smoothies and raw treats all day and night
Opening ceremonies at 10.30 & 11am
Live music from The Perpetual Choirs, Main Stage 11.15
Transform Your Life Workshop, Club Room 2pm
Closing Ceremony 10.30pm



11th Convention of

Alternative Archaeology & Earth Mysteries

Sunday October 12th 2014

10.00am – 6.00pm. Bouverie Hall, Pewsey, Wiltshire

Powerpoint presentations by international speakers:

Lorraine Doherty: The Bosnian Pyramids and Tunnels

David Furlong: ‘Sacred Landscape and the Avebury Henge’

Adrian Incledon-Webber: ‘Heal Your Home – How Happy is Your House?’

Peter Knight: ‘The Neolithic Wonders of Europe – A Personal Pilgrimage’

Yuri Leitch: The Michael and Melkath Lines – The British Mystery Traditions’

Plus FREE lunchtime dowsing workshop with the Wyvern Dowsers

Still great value at only £22: tickets will be selling fast – last year was our busiest ever!

Early Bird tickets – only £18 if received before May 1.

Also stalls/market section, and book-signings by speakers.

Soup, snacks & refreshments available.

Spacious ground floor venue. Wheelchair-friendly. Large free car park.

Why not come early/stay-over & visit nearby Avebury & Stonehenge?

Stallholders please enquire – & we may also need volunteers!

Cheques (payable to P Knight) to:

P Knight, 6 Baydon Grove, Calne, Wiltshire SN11 9AT.

Ticket hotline: 0775 408 2691(withheld numbers will not be answered)