Camelot has very kindly been given permission by our friend
Christian Köhlert from Secret
TV to make the following videos freely available.
Here were the events in order of occurrence:
1. Bill Ryan's keynote presentation at the Zurich Conference, 10 July.
presenters (and I consider myself to be one) may
be amused to know what when I stepped on to the stage
to open the conference, I had prepared nothing, had
no PowerPoint slides, and had no clue what I was
going to talk about for two hours. However, although
my mind was blank, everything felt fine - and it
turned out to be really quite a good presentation.
Moral of the story, go with the Force. Enjoy :)
Dan Burisch and Marci
McDowell's main presentation on the evening of the first
day of the conference.
Wilcock, 11 July
David Wilcock's all-day
presentation on the second day of the presentation.
This [excellent] four-part video is
currently being shown here
on Secret TV. At the beginning of September, Secret
TV is kindly making this freely available both to
David and to Project Camelot, and will be posted here
on this page.
Discussion, 11 July
now-famous Zurich Conference panel discussion.
The subject was the panel members' views on compulsory
part were Dan Burisch, Marci McDowell, David Wilcock,
Brian O'Leary and Bill Ryan.
here for the full 77 minute audio. The
vaccine question starts at 7:35 minutes; the prior question
is about themes in movies and TV.
download, option-click (Mac) or Right-click
and Save As (PC)]
O'Leary's presentation on Free Energy -- joined by
Henry Deacon -- 12 July.
O'Leary's presentation on Free Energy, Henry
Deacon - who had been present throughout as an anonymous
delegate - asked if he could join Brian to support his
testimony on the reality of Free Energy technology.
video fully captures this surprising (and historic!) moment
and Henry, in his very first public appearance, speaking
nervously but with great courage, outlines
a little of his experience and testifies to the reality
of a Free Energy device, based on the Casimir
Effect, which he worked with
in the 1980s at the Naval
Postgraduate School in Monterey and
which at that time was accessible in the public domain.
The video continues to the formal end of the Conference.
Enjoy Brian's wonderful jazz piano...!