The 4th Ancient Origins Conference is happening! Join us on the weekend of November 20-21, 2021 for Human Origins - The Narratives of Our Creation.

A team of leading authors, experts, and researchers will lead you on a journey around the world to investigate the creation beliefs of ancient cultures - and address the controversies surrounding these accounts.


Come and discover:

  • What’s the real story behind the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the Garden of Eden?

  • How is the ancient Egyptian creation narrative unique?

  • Why did Sumerian creation stories have such a major impact on later cultures?

  • What are the creation stories of the Hopi people?

  • Who or what influenced the poets who sang the creation stories of the ancient Greeks?

  • What human origin traditions are to be found amongst the indigenous peoples of Melanesia?

  • Which archetypes appear in ancient Andean creation stories?

  • What’s the truth hidden in the legends of giants who appear in creation myths?

  • Why does the Viking creation story have relevance today?

  • Is there any truth in ancient creation myths?

And so much more…

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The Splendours of Ancient Anatolia and Turkey

**New Date: May 15-26 2022**

Explore the mysteries of Turkey and Anatolia on an exclusive 12-day, 11-night tour in May, 2022 hosted by Ancient Origins' Micki Pistorius and special guest Jim Willis, visiting some of the country’s most important ancient sites including:

Göbekli Tepe – twice!— Çatal Höyük, Mount Nimrod, the Hittite centers of Hattusa and Alaca Höyük, Istanbul’s Blue Mosque, Ankara's archaeological museum, Şanlıurfa’s Pools of Abraham, the mysterious landscape of Cappadocia including the underground city of Derinkuyu, and many more sites besides.

For more information and to register, click here.

Recently Jim had an invitation from five chapters of the British Society of Dowsers to do a long-distance presentation about dowsing for earth energy. The title of the talk was “Dowsing With Humility, Health, and (Spiritual) Hunger.” We would like to extend a special thanks to Jill and John Moss for hosting the event, and to Gwynn Paulett for handling the technical details. Click here for a review of the presentation from by Nigel Twinn – to whom we would also like to thank for the very kind words!