Barry’s research has lead him around the world finding similarities in cultural and tribal traditions which ultimately brought him to the doorway of the underworld both within his own culture and others around the world. In this lecture he shares his knowledge that the Neolithic of Ireland were simply not communing with their imagination, through his research he will explain the connections between the Neolithic chambers and acoustics.
The images left behind by our ancestors indicate particular frequencies to activate these doorways to other places beyond our normal sphere of existence and, how this ancient knowledge has been hidden in plain site. These doorways are not for the faint hearted and many are still guarded by gatekeepers to this very day. Entities that portray themselves as gods and continue to have an effect on our lives in the modern world.
‘As a race, we have become complacent like the pigeons of Albi in Southern France. These unsuspecting pigeons bathe on the edges of the river, innocent and unaware of the huge catfish that waits, a monster of the depths who, when they least expect, break the surface and snatch their victim.
This is surely a good analogy to describe the veil to the underworld, a belief our ancestors held dearly. We innocently accept our status in the modern world and expect it to protect us, unaware of the possibility that ‘they’ may pierce the veil and pull us under, with many having no hope of return.’