Cheating the Ferryman — A weekend with Anthony Peake

We are delighted to confirm the date and prices for the weekend residential event with Anthony Peake. The event will start on Friday 11th May 2018 and will end on Sunday 13th May 2018.

Image may contain: 1 person, closeupAnthony Peake is a writer who deals with borderline areas of human consciousness.  His first book, Is There Life After Death? was published in 2006 and since then he has gone on to develop his own ideas together with exploring the latest areas of research in his field. His seventh book, A Life of Philip K Dick The Man Who Remembered the Future, is a departure from his previous works in that it is a mixture of biography, literary criticism and psychological/neurological analysis.
His eighth book, The Immortal Mind: Science and the Continuity of Consciousness Beyond the Brain, is a joint project with Professor Ervin Laszlo. This was published in Autumn 2014.  Click the relevant button for a summary of each of Anthony’s books. His ninth book, Opening the Doors of Perception, published on 13 September 2016, takes the work of Aldous Huxley and updates it using the latest information from such seemingly unrelated fields as quantum mechanics, neurochemistry and consciousness studies.

On Friday afternoon (around 13:00) delegates will be met at Krakow Airport. They will then be given a walking tour of Krakow which will take in most of the major sights. The delegates will then be driven to Dom i Biblioteka Sichowska in the rolling countryside of Southern Poland. This will be a leisurely drive of around 125 kms and will take in some stunning scenery.

Anthony will use the weekend to give a full introduction to his work. This will involve a series of lectures, seminars and informal discussions.

Delegates will be transported back to Krakow airport

Costs will be £400 per person for a single room and £330 per person for sharing a twin room. For this you will get 2 nights full board (bed, breakfast, Saturday lunch and evening meals), and transport to and from Krakow Airport. All lectures and seminars are included in the price.

Krakow is easy to get to from the UK with easyJet flights from London Gatwick, Liverpool and Bristol and is also on routes by other airlines. With regards to easyJet here are the suggested flights:
London Gatwick to Krakow – Depart 09:25 arriving at 12:55.
Bristol to Krakow – Depart 07:05 arriving at 10:35
Liverpool to Krakow – Depart 07:05 arriving at 10:35

Krakow to Gatwick – Depart 13:30 arriving back at Gatwick at 15:10
Krakow to Bristol – Depart 11:05 arriving back in Bristol at 12:45
Krakow to Liverpool – Depart 11:05 arriving back in Liverpool at 12:45

Other airlines fly direct into Krakow from various airports across Europe.

We to have an idea of numbers. The centre has 11 rooms. These can be booked on a single occupancy basis (£400) or double occupancy (£330). This means,  if all are happy to share a room there will be a maximum of 22 delegates.

You could arrive earlier and/or leave later and give yourself more time to see this part of Europe. If you do decide to do this you will, of course, have to arrange your own accommodation for your additional days.

Please feel free to contact Anthony via the “contact” form on this website to register or for further information.