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The site is soon to feature Space News from the ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® articles authored by Wal Thornhill as found on our sister site this page

Wal speaks in Melbourne this February

For those in Melbourne, Australia with a keen interest in theosophy and/or Electric Universe, enter Saturday February 3rd 2008 into your organisers! Hosted by The Theosophical Society (Pasadena) Australasian Section, and held in the Theosophical Society (Pasadena) Library Centre, 664 Glenhuntly Road, South Caulfield, Melbourne, their first meeting of the year is to feature a presentation…

Rupert Sheldrake on The ELECTRIC UNIVERSE®…

Rupert Sheldrake talks EU on YouTube
Rupert Sheldrake talks EU on YouTube

Here at we now have our own The ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® on YouTube! First up is Rupert Sheldrake on The ELECTRIC UNIVERSE®. This is about a fifteen minute segment of a much longer video presentation titled “Breaking Scientific Taboos”. Enjoy this down-to-earth, easy to understand appraisal of the basics of the ELECTRIC UNIVERSE® and of…

Wal to speak at ASTRO Victoria

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A Weekend in Adelaide…

2016 ASTRO SA event.
2016 ASTRO SA event.

If you’re downunder and want to know more about the ELECTRIC UNIVERSE®, don’t miss this upcoming event. ASTRO SA (Alternative Science and Technology Research Organisation of South Australia) are hosting a two day information-packed event featuring Wal Thornhill, in Adelaide. It starts on Friday October 14th from 8:30pm with an introductory session titled “Why Do…

Register now for EU2016

Don’t miss out on the EU Conference in Phoenix Arizona this year!  Register now on the Thunderbolts site. this page

EU2015 a Smashing Success

EU2015 has been a wonderful success. One of the conference highlights this year was the attendance of and presentation by Michael Shermer, Founding Publisher of Sceptic magazine and writer for Scientific American. Michael presented on the topic of ‘Pseudoscience’ and was a panelist in one of the Q&A sessions.Print this page

Wal Thornhill upcoming appearance in Tasmania

The Alternative Science and Technology Research Organisation of Tasmania (ASTROTAS) are hosting a presentation by Wal Thornhill on Saturday October 18 from 2pm to 5pm.  It is to be held in the Community Learning Centre, Penguin Primary School, 105 Ironcliffe Road, Penguin, a coastal town to the west of Devonport on the north of our…