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Paul Devereux is a researcher, presenter, artist, broadcaster and author of many things that interest us in
Grimerica. Hist latest books are Sacred Geography and Lucid Dreaming – How to Access your Inner Virtual Realities.
Paul’s main interest has been archeoacoustics, ancient lifeways and earth mysteries. He is also founding co-editor (with Neil Mortimer) of Time & Mind, a multidisciplinary peer reviewed journal covering topics glossed over or ignored by traditional journals in the realm of “earth mysteries” and the various “archeo” subjects.
We have a great chat with Paul about archeoacoustics, primary resonance, ancient civilizations, the physicality of sound waves, new age nonsense and lucid dreaming among many other topics.
Below is a quick summary of some of the projects Paul has been working on.
The overall aim of the Landscape and Perception project is to carry out a forensic audiovisual re-examination of Preseli, Avebury and Stonehenge in an attempt to return to the primary sensory status of prehistoric man, with a view to redefining landscape art and ‘cleansing the windows of perception’ for our digital times.
The Dragon Project was founded in 1977 (a Trust from 1988), to explore rumours about the power and properties of ancient, especially prehistoric, “sacred” places and monuments.
In the intro Darren and Graham continue on about the now infamous blue ball phenomenon. Darren reads out the quote gathered by listeners from past episodes. Graham shares some listener synchronicities and feedback.
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