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Press Release: Major International Forbidden Knowledge Conference Announced

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Philip Gardiner, the author of the huge new book, The Serpent Grail, is arranging a major new international conference on 1st July 2006 in Stoke on Trent, England.

Bringing together some of the world's leading experts in their fields such as Andrew Collins, author of numerous books, Paul Devereux, author, TV star and researcher, Lionel Fanthorpe, author, TV star and researcher, Alan Alford, author of numerous books on Egyptology, Nick Pope, UFO expert from his MOD background and author, Michael Cremo, author of numerous books on forbidden archaeology, Philip Gardiner, author of numerous books, Gary Osborn, author and researcher, Alan Craw, major speaker on paganism, witchcraft and the druids, Martin Gray, author, researcher and photographer for National Geographic, plus much more.

The venue is the prestigious Victorian Kings Hall in Stoke on Trent, with lots of stalls and backing from magazines such as Fortean Times, Ghost Magazine, Phenomena Magazine and many more.

The goal of the event is to discuss the latest researches in the various fields and to promote truth without the constraints of bigotry.

The event is called Philip Gardiner's Forbidden Knowledge Conference UK (FKCUK for short) and will be the biggest in the country, if not the whole of Europe, attracting over 1300 people.

If you are interested in coming or even sponsoring the event then please go to the website at or email the organizers on for more information about how you can help.

With the launch of the major international book, The Serpent Grail, revealing the true identity of the Holy Grail, the Elixir of Life and the Philosopher's Stone in September, and the publicity surrounding this, then FKCUK is sure to be a resounding success.

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