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upClubs: Unexplained Phenomena Research Society (UNEX)
Submitted by Marion Simmonds - 5th Sep 2000


UNEX, the Society for Research into Unexplained Phenomena, is a non-profit making organisation, and was formed some five years ago, being mainly the inspiration of Lucy Pringle, the well-known crop circle researcher. Several people who had an interest in matters of an unexplained nature were drawn together and agreed to form the Society. Lucy Pringle still serves as Chairman, with Keith Wakelam as Vice Chairman and Newsletter Editor. The Committee consists of a further eight like-minded individuals, some of whom take care of duties such as Hon. Treasurer, Hon. Secretary and Hon. Membership Secretary.

The aims and objectives of the Society are to further the study of all unexplained phenomena such as those listed below and others that may arise; to share and exchange information with other like-minded or interested societies; to publish and assist in the publication of research papers and relevant data in suitable outlets.

The initial list of research items include: Free energy devices (or the investigation of sustainable, universal energy); Unidentified Flying Objects; crop circle phenomena; spiritual, holistic, magnetic, crystal and other therapies; anomalous powers of the human body and brain; unknown force fields, ley lines and earth energies; extrasensory perception; contacts with non-human intelligences ...... in short - everything that experts cannot explain.

The main research project concerns the work of the late Charles Brooker. The aim of our investigation is to replicate his work and thereby confirm his findings, but this has been hampered by the need for two magnetometers; these were not readily available and the costs were exorbitant. However, a breakthrough was made in early 2000, when Keith Wakelam was able to construct the two magnetometers required.

It is hoped to reconstruct Charles Brooker's original experiments on the earth's east/west sweeping magnetic field. He had the idea that there were changes in this field as the earth rotated, sweeping around the earth at speeds of up to 500 miles per hour, from east to west. This is an additional magnetic field, as opposed to the normal north/south one.

Throughout the year, speakers on topics of varying interest are invited. During 2000, talks have been given by Bob Haining on the Rife machine; Adrian Stringer on handwriting analysis; Robert Byrnes on Inversion, and Diana Cooper on Meeting Your Angels.

The talks are proving very popular indeed, as more and more people learn of the Society. These mainly take place at Petersfield Community Centre, Love Lane, Petersfield, Hampshire. Tickets are usually £3.00 for UNEX members, £5.00 for non-members, children £2.00. There is also a "free evening" for members when a speaker is arranged; non-members are welcome on payment of £5.00. At times it may be necessary to make an alteration to these prices. Doors open at 7.00pm and talks start promptly at 7.30pm

Membership of the Society costs £10.00 per year, and runs from 1st January. Those joining in October onwards of any year will receive three months free membership. Members will receive the UNEX NEWSLETTER three times a year and gain reduced entry fees to UNEX lectures, from £5.00 to £3.00. For those not wishing to attend talks, Newsletter Only membership is available at £6.00 per year.

The Annual General Meeting of the Society is held in March of each year, at Petersfield Community Centre, and all members are invited. This is usually followed by a speaker, when non-members may attend, upon payment of £5.00.

For further details, email Marion Simmonds (Hon.Secretary) at MSimmo7235@aol.com


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