Chaos Encountered: rediscovering harmony in the light of the pandemic crisis


Lucy Wyatt 


Tuesday 12th September 2023 

 6.30-8.00pm (UK time) via Zoom


The last three years have been a time of turbulent change. Many of us have felt our lives shaken to their foundation by what occurred after the Spring Equinox in 2020. Our understanding of what it means to be ‘civilised’ has been challenged. Drawing on inspiration from the ancient past, however, there are possible ways forward that may ultimately lead to an even better way of living and thinking.

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Lucy Wyatt is an author and independent researcher. She started life in the university town of Cambridge where she comes from a long line of academics. In her book ‘Approaching Chaos – could an ancient archetype save C21st civilisation?‘, published in 2010, she explored the notion that cities did not organically evolve after the Ice Age but instead they were a shamanically-accessed blueprint. In other words, the milkable cow didn’t evolve but was a deliberate genetic modification, created to serve cities. Ancient Egypt was perhaps the best example and survived almost unchanged for more than 3,000 years. She believes that there is still much we can learn from the blueprint. 
Since 2010 Lucy has given many talks at Breaking Convention and other events, and organised talk spaces herself such as the Voices of Gaia space at Green Gathering festival. She lives in Somerset where she splits her time between Glastonbury where she has a cafe business, the Quantocks and land that she and her family own near Wellington. 


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