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The caves of Volp – talk by Robert Bégouën at the Symposium ‘The golden thread of the free mind’

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The Tuc d’Audoubert and Trois-Frères caves were discovered in 1912 and 1914 by three teenagers, Max, Jacques and Louis Bégouën, in a village in the Ariège called Montesquieu-Avantès. They are large and decorated caves, and the decision to preserve them completely intact was taken immediately after their discovery. This point of view, very original for those days, is explained by the fact that at the moment of the discovery of the caves, the family had already been interested in the origin of life in general and in the origin of mankind in particular for two generations.

The grandfather of the three brothers, count Maximilien Bégouën (1826-1885) was indeed an erudite and multilingual humanist. Although trained as a Continue reading

God is love – talk by Mirjam Duivenvoorden at the Symposium ‘The golden thread of the free mind’

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There are places on earth where time and eternity seem to meet; where the boundaries between today, yesterday and long ago disappear – places that fill us with profound peace, joyful wonder, or even a great inner upheaval, because something hitherto unknown in us awakens and now expresses itself in us with remarkable force. Places where we feel small, submerged in something infinitely vast, but nevertheless we feel so ‘at home’ because we recognise a profound connection to its greatness, knowing that we belong, that we have a place in it.

These are places where the Spirit, that breathes when and wherever It will, found an entry into Continue reading

Trailer Gadal Symposion Tarascon 2021 – Get access to the long video of more than 7 hours

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The above trailer gives a short impression of the symposium (French spoken) with the English title ‘The golden thread of the free mind’ that took place on September 10,11 and 12, 2021 in Tarascon-sur-Ariège in France. The full symposium video lasts more than 7 hours and can be accessed online for €10.

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