Andrew Gough. The Cult of the Bee
Andy’s talk explores a sacred tradition that has existed for over 100 million years; the veneration of the honey bee. Sadly, the honey bees survival has been threatened by modern man, and its once hallowed legacy has been vanquished in the honeycomb of time. This god was known to the Mayans as the ‘saviour god’, although most ancient lands venerated it as a goddess; equal to, if not more revered than, the Mother Goddess.
The Egyptians bestowed the title of their Kings with its name and used the god’s image in their cartouches. The Greeks believed that their leaders were kissed on the lips by the god at birth, and dedicated their most sacred temple and Oracle in its honour. His talk will reveal new insights into Atlantis, the fabled labyrinth of Knossos, the Sphinx, as well as the genesis of religion, politics, the illuminati, and the mysterious seafarers whose hallucinogenic concoctions enabled them to become the drug lords of the ancient world, and rulers of souls in the afterlife..
Andrew Gough has been an enthusiast of the esoteric for decades and studied with the Spanish cabalist who mentored Jean Cocteau and Salvador Dali. He was, until recently, Editor in Chief of Mindscape magazine, Chairman of The Rennes Group, and former Director of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISIS). Andrew has written for journals and publications of all kinds is currently finishing his new book, ‘The Hidden Hive of History: The Forgotten God of the Ancients’. Andrew is considered an expert on bees and their mythology and is a regular on the speaker circuit. www.andrewgough.co.uk
Filmed at the Eternal Knowledge Festival April 27th - 29th 2012, Suffolk, UK
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