Sunday, 24 February 2013

Ben Emlyn-Jones on Energy Politics and UFO's

Part 1: 
An unofficial recording of a lecture by Ben Emlyn-Jones called Energy Politics and UFO’s, part of the Critical Mass Radio Conference 2- the Rebel Alliance. Official videoes of the event coming soon. (Apologies for the poor framing) See here for background: 

Monday, 18 February 2013

Northala Fields (HPANWO London Truth Tours- Part 7)

In west London stands Northala Fields, an artificial piece of landscape mega-art. Oddly enough it closely resembles Silbury Hill, the ancient monument in Wiltshire and even a mound on the dusty surface of Mars! Why? And how did this happen?

Friday, 15 February 2013

Asteroids Galore!

Asteroid DA14 is passing close by the Earth this evening and HPANWO TV attempts to catch a glimpse of it. But amazingly another asteroid struck the Earth today at Chelyabinsk in Russia injuring almost a thousand people. See here for background:

Thursday, 14 February 2013

Who Pays for your MBA's?

Last night I attended two events as part of Oxford Think Week 2013, see: and it definitely got me thinking! Along with a deeply tragic video I saw a few days earlier, see: And I have an angry question to ask all those who believe in an Afterlife, but pretend they do not!
See here for background to my dealings with Dr Stephen Law:

Thursday, 7 February 2013

Ben Emlyn-Jones live at New Horizons St Annes

A live lecture by Ben Emlyn-Jones at the New Horizons conference at St Annes, Lancashire on the 4th of February 2013.  Entitled Truth and Drugs don’t Go Together. See here for background:

Sunday, 3 February 2013

Boudica Statue (HPANWO London Truth Tours- Part 6)

In London on the Embankment by the Palace of Westminster stands a statue of Boudica, the warrior Queen who led a revolt against the Roman occupation of Britain 2000 years ago. Is this intended to be a respectful memorial or is it something else?

Friday, 1 February 2013

Cleopatra's Needle (HPANWO London Truth Tours- Part 5)

On the Embankment of the River Thames in London stands an original Ancient Egyptian obelisk known as Cleopatra's Needle. In reality it is much older than Cleopatra and by far the oldest object in London; why is it set up in the middle on a street and not in a museum?