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Precognitive Dreams: Synchronicity and Coincidence

Can we see the future in our dreams? Image: Dreaming by Hartwig HKD on Flickr 7.45 Tuesday 5 April 2022 £5 / £3.50 Concessions Tickets available on the door The Miller , 96 Snowsfields, London Bridge, London SE1 3SS Tube and Rail: London Bridge Facebook Page  London Fortean Email List Renowned esoteric writer Gary Lachma n has been recording his own precognitive dreams for forty years. In this unique and intriguing talk Lachman recounts the discovery that he dreams 'ahead of time', and argues convincingly that this extraordinary ability is, in fact, shared by all of us. His latest book Dreaming Ahead of Time is a personal exploration of precognition, synchronicity and coincidence drawing on the work of thinkers including J.W. Dunne, J.B. Priestly and C.G. Jung. Lachman's description and analysis of his own experience introduces readers to the uncanny power of our dreaming minds, and reveals the illusion of our careful distinctions between past, present and future. Gary Lac

Fortean London: Ghosts of Senate House and Ley Lines & London

Tuesday 1 March 2022 7.30pm (doors 7ish) £5 / £3.50 concessions ( Advanced tickets ) The Miller , 96 Snowsfields, London Bridge, London SE1 3SS Tube & Rail: London Bridge Tube: Borough Event Facebook page We are returned. Join the London Fortean Society for further talks on the strangeness of our home city. Sarah Sparkes covers her researches into the ghosts of a London landmark while Robert Stephenson (London Earth Mysteries) discusses the curious case of London, ley lines and Alfred Watkins.  Writer and fortean host Scott Wood shares a top five of fortean fings in south east London . Dancing ghosts, mouldering fairies, helicopters chasing UFOS. That sort of thing.  The Ghosts of Senate House – Sarah Sparkes Sarah Sparkes will talk about The Ghosts of Senate House , a creative research project, which collects and archives tales of hauntings and other unexplained happenings, centered at Senate House, University of London and its immediate surrounds. Sarah was a Research Fellow