Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation 2015 Conference
The R.I.L.K.O. Trustees are delighted to thank all who attended the R.I.L.K.O. 2015 Conference at Rudolf Steiner House, London, on Sunday October 11th 2015 to celebrate the achievements of the Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation, since its origins in the 1960s.
The RILKO Conference provided an opportunity for members and non-members to hear talks by Guest Speakers Frank Perry,Paul Broadhurst, Hartmut Warm and Malcolm Stewart, as well as to meet informally and socialise over lunch and refreshments.
The Research Into Lost Knowledge Organisation, an Educational Charitable Trust, was founded in 1969 in London by a notable group of luminaries, among them John Michell and Professor Keith Critchlow. R.I.L.K.O. has influenced several generations of researchers through both its public lectures and its Journal.
2015 RILKO Conference Speakers and Programme
First developed by astrologer Marc Edmund Jones in 1941, and further developed by Dane Rudhyar in 1973, as seven types it is possible to find that the arrangement of the planets through the twelve astrological Houses conforms to a range of patterns.
This indicates a certain 'gestalt' of the person. Here we explore the characteristic dynamic of each type (also illustrated through charts of prominent figures) within the individual sound world characteristics of Himalayan Singing Bowls. Bowls of differing design produce a sound type similar to the Whole Planetary Patterns.
Born in 1948, Frank Perry is an improvising musician and astrologer. He trained in spiritual healing in 1965, in White Eagle Astrology from 1974, and in the mid 1980s founded his own Spiritual Sound Healing system using only Himalayan Singing Bowls. Frank’s book ‘Himalayan Sound Revelations’ places him as the world's leading authority on singing bowls.
For more about Frank see www.frankperry.co.uk and his YouTube channel www.youtube.com/user/mountainbellmusic
Kings and Queens of England, along with certain Secret Societies, understood this and aligned themselves with its power… What we today call the Prime Meridian was originally a Cosmic Axis or ‘World Tree’ that had a deeply mythic significance for our ancestors. Historic and archaeological evidence shows that this axis was originally set out by an ancient priesthood who were masters of astronomical observation and believed that the polar axis of the land reflected the celestial pole, the cosmic sacred centre around which life revolves.
Paul Broadhurst is well known for his books exploring ancient mysteries, many of which have become inspirational classics in their field and prized collectors' books. These include 'The Sun and the Serpent' and the 'Dance of the Dragon' (with Hamish Miller), 'Secret Shrines', 'Tintagel and the Arthurian Mythos', 'The Green Man and the Dragon' and his most recent
(with Robin Heath), 'The Secret Land'.
Hartmut Warm’s work incorporates the distances, velocities and periods of conjunctions of the planets, as well as the rotations of the Sun, Moon and Venus. He will show the extraordinary beauty of the geometrical forms that result when the movements of the several planets are viewed in relation to one another. He will relate this research to the ancient concept of ‘the music of the spheres’ and Kepler’s revolutionary ideas. Hartmut will also show how his remarkable research supplements contemporary materialistic views of the cosmos.
Hartmut Warm was born in 1956, is a civil engineer and independent researcher in astronomy, geometry, the history of harmonics and musical aesthetics. He has taught, lectured and published widely on these and other subjects, and in particular on his discoveries relating to the solar system and its inherent order.
He lives in Hamburg, Germany.
Cosmic geometer, author of 'Patterns of Eternity', and 'Symbols of Eternity,’ Malcolm Stewart recently returned from a very interesting few months in a coma.
'Fire on the Holy Mountain’ explores transcendence, the lattice of light and the flow forms of eternity. The Eternal Eye - the far seer ... the river of souls... everything in the universe spins and spirals across time. Physicists are writing about 'Hyperspace' and entanglements of synchronicity.
Malcolm Stewart is an ordained RC Priest. He has an MA in English Literature from Christ's College Cambridge and a Royal Drawing Society Arts Diploma. Producer of Religious Programmes at London Weekend TV, Malcolm worked as BBC Religious Producer and arranged eight spiritual-folk concerts in St Paul's Cathedral in London. He entered the Arica School of Knowledge and is an international Lecturer on Esoteric Paths.
R.I.L.K.O. Conference Venue
Rudolf Steiner House
35 Park Road
Rudolf Steiner House is situated close to Regent's Park, four minutes from Baker Street underground station.