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Brian Allan: ‘Dark Messiah’ via ZOOM
17 November, 2020.7:30 pm-9:00 pm£5.00
Tuesday 17th November 2020. 7.30pm until 9.00pm. £5 online via ZOOM.
Did magic legitimise religion or did religion legitimise magic? In this presentation, which is based on his book of the same name, Brian Allan asks if there is any difference between the miracles attributed to saints and conventional ‘holy men’ and those manifested by healers, psychics, mediums and magicians. He also poses the controversial question, was Jesus really the Son of God or a highly skilled master magician. See also how there is no difference between prayers and spells, bibles and grimoires, except in the context of how they are used. This talk could change the way you see the world.
About the Speaker
Editor of Phenomena Magazine
As a result of a very close encounter with the ‘other’ world while he was young, Brian Allan has had an abiding interest in all kinds of paranormal and occult phenomena throughout his life. Over the past forty five years, a passive interest has become active hands on involvement. He has witnessed remarkable phenomena and has also met some talented people. He has written twelve books, all dealing with various aspects of the paranormal in one way or another.
He is currently the editor of the international online publication, Phenomena Magazine. He has also been privileged to receive the prestigious Strange Phenomena Investigations Tartan Skull award for services to Ufology and the paranormal in Scotland. Brian has given several presentations at the Arthur Conan Doyle Centre and we are delighted to have him back.
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