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What's on: 3 Feb

Ancient Architectural Symbolism within Architecture and Landscape

John Ward
Tuesday 3 February 2015
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Dr Ward joins us from Luxor in Egypt to talk to us about his research into ancient archetypal symbolism; from one of its origins in the ancient Egyptian quarries of Gebel el Silsila, to the architecture and landscape of the City of London.

This symbolism sits at the core of what makes us human and forms an integral part in the creation, development and sustainment of our collective psyche.

Together we will explore the results of Dr Ward’s research and expeditions, retracing the migration of ancient archetypal symbols across the vast landscape of Egypt onto Europe’s mainland and eventually Britain.

Dr Ward will also talk about the various metaphysical qualities associated with symbols and how dowsing has played a part in their identification.

John Ward

John Ward is an archaeologist and anthropologist residing in Luxor, Egypt. He has conducted numerous investigations of ancient Egyptian architecture and symbolism whilst also carrying out research into the mysteries surrounding medieval Templarism. John is also renowned for his dowsing skills which he uses in his investigations.

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