Shui Conference - Budapest, Hungary - July 27-30, 2007
||Sacred Sites of Budapest Tour
|July 27-29, 2007
||July 30, 2007
||July 31-Aug. 2, 2007
||August 4-7, 2007
DON'T MISS THE FENG SHUI and SACRED GEOMETRY EVENT OF THE YEAR …
HELD IN THE DYNAMIC ANCIENT CITY OF BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
International Feng Shui and Sacred Geometry Conference
Budapest July 27-30, 2007
With 30 experts from around the world!
Post Conference workshops: July 30
Magical mystery tour of the sacred sites surrounding Budapest: July
Transylvania Tour package: Aug 3-7
Saturday night party and river cruise: July 28
Friday evening slide show: July 27
Featuring advanced feng shui topics, leading edge sacred geometry
teachers, cutting edge designers, the new wave of eco-design and healthy
Plus- the Budapest Drumming and Musical
group will be performing at our opening ceremonies and on our Budapest
Budapest has reasonably priced hotels, thermal spa baths, ancient
sacred sites, great wine, Gypsy music and goulash soup, Baroque architecture
and ancient castles, all surrounded by the magical Danube river. Our
conference venue is in the most interesting part of town, up on the
hill and is also a great example of Hungarian Classical architecture.
We have special early booking discounts, easy to use online booking
and payments, downloadable pdfs and extensive information on travel
and accommodation below so please read carefully. Budapest is easy
to get to- jump on a plane and you are there! Make sure you book very
early- as the venue we have has limited space and we are in Budapest
at the best time of the year.
Welcome to the conference
Join us this summer in a wonderful exciting ancient part of the world.
We are bringing people together to celebrate and enjoy our wonderful
philosophies and passions, embraced in a common theme, the rejuvenation
of our thinking, planet and design systems.
Come and learn about Sacred Architecture, cosmology, cutting edge
Sacred Geometry and listen to Ecological Design specialists and Feng
Shui experts. Share and discuss your ideas and visions so as a collective
we can move forward with deep respect, understanding and empowerment.
Learn, be inspired, uplifted and energized...join people from all
over the world who are gathering this summer in Budapest!
This will be the 7th International Feng Shui and Ecology Conference
sponsored by Roger Green and Feng Shui Seminars. Prague, Melbourne,
New England (USA), Zurich, San Luis Obispo and San Diego are the first
So don’t miss out- and book early! We have great discounts for
early registration (and convenient online booking/payment options)-
and book your hotel and flights very soon- it’s the summer holiday
Budapest is the home of spectacular scenery, historic buildings, lake
resorts, health thermal spas, quiet country roads, rejuvenating mineral
springs and mild sunny weather. Ancient sacred sites surround it.
Budapest's recorded history begins with the Roman town of Aqincum,
around AD 89.
You can visit the Old Castle where you will find medieval monuments,
old libraries and museums. Hidden underneath the Castle are the famous
caves of Budapest. Stroll in the evening through the Old Town, which
has quaint colorful houses, narrow streets and alleyways with many
restaurants and cafes.
Baroque architecture, ancient castles, wooded hills, loads of wine,
the famous gothic Parliament buildings glowing like a birthday cake
on the river. And the Hungarian food and music is the stuff
of myth and legend!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE THINGS TO DO IN BUDAPEST AND A LIST OF MUST SEE
The sacred Danube River creates the perfect Feng Shui
to host our 2007 conference!
Our conference venue is absolutely fabulous – located in the
famous Old Town of Budapest, up on the “Castle Hill” (Varhegy)
-over looking the city.
The venue is called Kogart House
Click here for more information
Every Taxi driver will know Kogart House- near the Varhegy Old Castle.
Budapest is not a large city and after a day it is easy to know your
The address is: Kogart House
H 1062 Budapest, Andrássy út 112.
Phone:+36 1 354 3839
Our hotel suggestions below are in close proximity to the conference
venue and easy walking distance. However- if you are downtown or on
the other side of Budapest here are some directions:
Budapest’s 19th century M1 yellow line metro runs underneath
Andrassy ut. With the Millennium Metro (V. district Deák Tér-XIV.
district Mexikói út), between the Bajza street and Hero's
square subway stations. With Bus 4, about 5 minutes walk from Hero's
square. 15 minutes walk from Oktogon. By car: From Munkácsy
Mihály or Andrássy street (Hero's square).
LUNCHES- healthy and light
Our lunches will also be served at the conference venue- that way
you can maximize your time with all the new people you will be meeting.
Each day we will have available healthy light and nourishing vegetarian
meals (with some optional fish dishes). The local catering company
is excited about meeting so many international people- they are sure
to put on an interesting spread! Pay on the pay- approx 12
Euro (please indicate on the registration form you wish to have lunch
with the group at the conference venue- and pay later on each day)
Friday night slide presentation with Dr Istvan Szemerey
A history of Ancient Hungarian culture with its roots and language
in the ancient Sumerian civilization.
8.30-10.30pm (optional event.) Fee 10 Euro at the door. Drinks and
socializing afterwards at our venue.
Saturday Night party, Dinner and River Cruise
This you will have to prebook for – on the registration form.
A great night on the River Danube
Explore the contrasts of old and new as we sail ‘mere lily down
the stream- life is but a dream’. A highlight of anyone’s
trip to Budapest is to witness the city pulsating at night from the
9 bridges (lucky number) span across the river, we will pass by the
famous Parliament Buildings glowing at night. The sheer beauty
of this city will overwhelm you. Join us for a fun filled, music driven
All-inclusive: cruise and 4 course dinner and wine
X Euros cost price per head (includes 20% tax)
Please prebook on registration form.
Budapest has very reasonably priced hotels and accommodations and
an easy destination to fly to from anywhere in Europe. For example,
Easy Jet has 30 GB pound tickets from London leaving 2-3 times per
HOWEVER- BOOK early- it’s the summer holiday session so it
is a busy time of the year- plus our venue location is the best area
We highly recommend this hotel
Simple, clean and very close by to our conference venue:
Approx US $100-150 per night
Twin share available
Ph +36 1 212 0269
Contempory comfort at the absolute heart of Castle hill.
Here are some great websites to search for HOTELS IN BUDAPEST
and to compare rates:
These hotels above are still on the BUDA side of Budapest
So our venue is still easy to get to, either a walk or a short taxi
or bus or train ride
GIVE YOURSELF A TREAT HOTEL….
|The city’s most
famous thermal spa is the Gellert Furdo located
at the Gellert Hotel
|Soaking in this Art Nouveau palace has been likened
to taking a bath in a cathedral.
|Danubius Hotel Gellert
1111 Budapest, Szent Gellert ter 1.
|Prestigious, old hotel on the banks of the Danube River within
walking distance to the heart of Budapest.
Facilities include the famous Gellert Thermal Bath with sparkling bath, wave bath,
steam bath, outdoor swimming pool, sun terrace, sauna, solarium, and beauty parlor
|You can still get good room rates from US $150 upwards
Try some of the website mentioned above and compare rates with the
hotel rates at
Budapest is an easy destination to fly to from anywhere in Europe.
For example, Easy Jet has 30 GB pound tickets from London leaving
2-3 times per day.
Budapest is now part of the EEC and so generally there is no need
for visa etc. (South Africans do need a visa.) All you need is a
Malev is the national airline (Hungarian Airlines) www.malev.com they
have some flights directly to Budapest from the USA (sometimes very
cheap flights from NYC) and many parts of Europe.
With the advent of so many no-frills carriers in both the USA and
Europe, there are plenty of cheap tickets available to a variety
of gateway cities
If traveling from anywhere outside Europe, it is best to compare
prices with various websites and airlines e.g.
Note: Vienna’s airport is only 3 hours away
by bus and 5.5 hrs away by riverboat.
Note: The Budapest airport is approx 35 mins. Taxi
drive into the city. Approx. fee is US $40-50. Buses are available
also. Change some money at the airport so you have some local cash
for transportation and taxis.
Local money is called the Florint (Ft)
Approx 250Ft= 1 E, 194 Ft=US, 358Ft=GBP
Weather and what to bring info:
Warm to hot- with perhaps some cooler breezes in the evening. Wear
and celebrate COTTON! Smart casual attire- with dress up evening
for the Saturday night River Cruise. Pack passport, notebook, sunglasses,
sun hat, camera, toothbrush and a happy face.
MUST SEE SITES AROUND BUDAPEST
Great info on sites, events, hotels, and location of all spa thermal
baths, museums, famous cathedrals etc.
Also check out: http://www.talkingcities.co.uk/budapest_pages/sights_main.htm
Great section on Budapest Hungarian history, sightseeing and shopping
Budapest Tourism Office
Hungary has over 100 thermal baths and many are attached to hotels
with wellbeing packages.
At the Gellert Furdo in Budapest you can soak in palatial elegance
surrounded by tiled mosaics and stained-glass skylights. At Bubble
up at the Szechenyi Furdo (turn of the century) in the City Park
in Pest (part of Budapest) where you can bath in the open air.
Gerbeaud café- serving coffee and cake since
V. Vorosmarty ter 7, on the Pest side of town.
New Budapest building shields residents from electro smog
Hungary's first building to protect its residents from electro smog
and radon gas was completed in November 2006. Residents report feeling
more relaxed and better rested than they did in their previous homes.
Read more...click here.
|Click on a teacher for more information...
||Carol J. Hyder
|Professor Wang Yang M.D
||Richard Feather Anderson
|Ella Leimgruber More
||Kelly Shell Jones
||Mondo Secter P.h.D
||Terah Kathryn Collins
|Ergonomics and Feng Shui - more creativity in the
||Temples and Sacred Geometry
|Creating Sanctuary Space
||Introduction to Sacred Geometry
|The Quest for the Grail
||The Imperial Heaven Stars -advanced Feng Shui
|Invocation and Mantras to the Bodhisattva of Wisdom
||Biofeedback & the Harmonics of Enlightenment
|Breathing New Life into Your Existing
||Feng Shui and Bau-biologie TM
|Feng Shui and Clearing the Clutter
||Business Feng Shui
|How to create Holistic Architecture
||Love Remedies and Flower Essences
|Feng Shui as Great Chance to a Global Wisdom
||Fractal science behind Feng Shui
|The Truth of the Indigos
||Feng Shui in Real Estate
|Turning base metal into gold
||Location, Location, Location, Feng Shui
|Growing and Nurturing Your Feng Shui Business
||Using the 5 Elements as a Guide to Your Life
|Sacred Architecture and the Alchemy of the
||The Potential of Place
|My personal journey with Bazi (Feng Shui Astrology)
||The Spirit of Place
|Principles of Space Clearing
||Goddess Feng Shui for the community
|Effective Communication at Home and in Business
using Nine-Star Feng Shui Astrology
||Alchemy of Sound
|Space Clearing Ceremonies in The Forbidden
||Flying Stars Feng Shui as a forecasting tool
|Energy-Shifting Tips and Techniques for Client
||Exploring Invisible Architecture
|Feng Shui and Children Spaces
|Experiencing Interior Alignment
||The Power of Placement
|The language of uncontiousness through symbols
||Flying Kuas -advanced Feng Shui
|Science & The Real Dragon Blood history
of Germaine, Transylvania and Ancient Hungarian
||A brief introduction to Hungarian ancient history
5 Workshops to choose from: Monday July 30th.
Book and pay cash on the day:
Workshop times: 9.30-5pm
Registration table opens 8am. Fee 150 Euro
Sacred Sound, Sacred Geometry and the Quest for the Holy Grail
through the Alchemy of the Heart workshop with Christian Kyriacou and
Sacred Science of Conscious Evolution, Environment
Design and Key to a Physics of Spiritual Immortality. Workshop with Dan Winter.
The Real Flying Stars: Advanced Feng Shui workshop with Tony
The Science and art of Ayurveda with Robert Sachs
Healing Planet Earth with Christan Hummel
The Magical Mystery tour of Sacred Sites surrounding Budapest
Tuesday July 1 thru to Thursday August 2
Join us for a very special time together as we journey in our own
coach to these special locations. The local Feng Shui practitioners
know these areas well and have carefully selected them for us.
Group meditations, ceremonies,
energy flows and drumming group
Lake Balaton, the largest Lake in Europe with the countrys highest
peak being Mount Keyes. Sandy clean pristine beaches so bring your
Szentendre, a town of narrow streets, stone and wood, a charming old
town centre, and a large open air museum of historical dwellings.
Follow the Danube as it breaks thru into the Pilis Hills, rolling green
scenery and historic monuments.
Full day tour
inclusive of lunches and 1 evening meal on the last day, transportation,
ceremonies, Budapest Drumming Group, meditations,
Fee: 360 Euro. Limited spaces- first in first served.
Pre-payment and booking a must on registration form
Limited to 50 people
Times: July 31, 8am- 6pm, Aug 1, 8am- 6pm, Aug 2, 8am- 10pm
Pick up and set down: Kogart House- Conference venue.
The Sacred Sites Tour of Transylvania
Depart Friday August 3rd from Budapest airport
Return Tuesday 7th to Budapest airport
Join Dan Winter, Roger Green, Melinda Szemerey and friends
for a trip of a lifetime!
EARLY immediate booking is essential for this trip- as airfares get
booked out early for this destination. There is only one plane going
to Transylvania on Friday 3rd August- and we want you to be on it.
Some say that Transylvania sits on one of the earth’s strongest
magnetic fields and its people have extra-sensory perceptions. The
area is also home to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Jules Verne’s “The
Castle from the Carpathians” and it is easy to get caught up
in the tales while driving along winding roads through dense, dark,
ancient forests and mountains passes.
Our focus will not be on the usual tourist places, but on the high-energy
field sacred places. We are guided to these secret places by Melinda
Szemerey, who was born and breed in this area and is now a Feng Shui
practitioner and teacher living in Budapest.
A glimpse of what pre-industrial Europe looked like
We are most likely the last generation to witness the medieval lifestyle
of Transylvania. Centuries-old traditions are still alive, many favor
traditional dress, and women sit outside their gates coaxing course
wool into spindles. This is an area that still uses horses in the
fields and for local transportation (we are using a coach). We
will stumble upon unique architectural treasures, small ancient houses,
narrow cobblestone streets, and small shops with a range of hand-made
products from local artisans.
We arrived into the town of Targus Mures, famous
for its stunning stained glass windows. Not far away (and we
will visit) are the some of the best – preserved medieval towns
of Europe. They are living symbols of Transylvania. Sighisoara is
described as one of the most beautiful towns in the heart of Transylvania,
and one of the greatest medieval towns left in the world. It will make
you feel as if you are in a completely different time and space; it
wins the time-travel cake by a long shot. Featuring a clock tower from
the 14th Century, secret gateways and passages. It is also famous as
the birthplace of Dracula, the son of Vlad Dracul (The Dragon).
20 miles down the track is the town of Sibiu, chosen
as the European Cultural capital of 2007, which has the oldest art
museum in Romania, and once was the richest town of Transylvania. It
is laced with Gothic Architecture.
(10,000 B.C- approx. date of the first known cave paintings in northwest
Building on what you will learning at the Budapest International conference-
Transylvania has deep significence in tracking the ancient Sumerian
language and culture and the royal blood lines of Europe
Dan Winter will be explaining:
The Real Dragon Blood
history of Germaine, Transylvania and Ancient Hungarian.
The Galactic History of DNA exemplified in the Story of Transylvania
When the ancient Draco Dragons carved their message on the wall what
language did they use: OLD HUNGARIAN
WHY and from where did the Dragon culture - in Eastern Europe for example
where you can find a dragon statue on most any bridge and emblem -
For what reason did the Draco's breed the bloodline of St Germaine,
son of Francis II Rákóczi - Prince of Transylvania – what
did they share with most of the royal families of Europe?
Is the Elohim /Annunaki Dragon / Seraphim / Uru ancient Summaire (means
Dragon) - ET history of the human genome - a story of the GOOD guys
-like Gardner says - or the bad guys like Icke said?
Or is it that both sides of the family -(many names- one story: The
Seraphim v Ophanim, Dracu v Aku, Michael v Lucifer, Uru v Ibi, Cain
v Abel, Amun v Atun, Enlil v Enki, Jew v Arab) shared the same problem?
4 nights- 5 days package includes airfare, accommodation, tour coach,
teacher’s tuition (Dan, Roger, Melinda), guides and sacred
sites, plus bites on the neck. Breakfast is included with accommodation.
Lunch and dinner not included, you are free to choose various cafes
and restaurants to suit your needs. The food is very reasonably priced.
Fee: 625 Euros per person
EARLY immediate booking is essential for this trip- as airfares get
booked out early for this destination. There is only one plane going
to Transylvania on Friday 3rd August- and we want you to be on it.
You will need to supply passport name and prepayment to sponsor Roger
Green as soon as you can- please check first if we have any spaces
are left. He will immediately book your flight.
No visa are needed as Romania as it is part of the EU
Note: the plane does not go until the evening of
Friday 3rd August- that gives you a rest day in Budapest and time for
more sightseeing. The plane returns early in the morning of Tuesday
8th- if you need to make any plans for connecting flights.
We suggest you pack lightly for this 5-day trip; perhaps leave the
bulk of your luggage at your Budapest hotel in store to collect on
your return. The flight to Transylvania has a limit of 20 kg per person
plus carry on.
Email your booking for this tour to:
with passport name. Book and pay for the tour on main registration
For more information
Phone: 1-917 969 9989
Testimonials from the last conference
The sharing of ideas and different approaches, I loved the fact it
was so diverse. Just an awesome selection of presenters. I felt like
a kid in a candy store. Robert Delvin, San Francisco, CA
Opening and closing ceremonies were inspiring; I enjoyed the variety
of approaches. I also appreciated the diversity of speakers and
a refreshing emphasis on Sacred Geometry.
Linda Johnson, Sebastopol, CA
The broad range of topics covered by teachers from around the world
really shows how global Feng Shui is.
Kathy Allen, San Francisco, CA
Getting to know Feng Shui practitioners from all over the world was
great. The variety of speakers was excellent.
Tina Mac Lennan, San Ramon, CA
Wow! It was the best-organized conference I've attended. So
much love and care. Patricia Michael, Austin, TX
I enjoyed being exposed to lots of new ideas and new ways of thinking
about our spaces, our health and our lives for us and for others. I
really enjoyed Roger's Intro to Feng Shui.
Sherry Lewis, Los Angeles, CA
I was able to find things I wouldn't have known. I loved the Sacred
Geometry and the opportunity to meet and hear the incredible speakers.
Brenni Larson, Dallas, TX
Meeting all the speakers and people, finding a group of people with
love and open hearts to share with the universe.
A L Theberge, Atascadero, CA
The presenters were just great, fabulous friends, and great networking.
Linda S Steinberg, Dallas, TX
Opening ceremonies was great. I came a long distance to see great
speakers. So much love and knowledge shared. I am happy, well done
Roger and all your team. God Bless. Kaiser Shroff, London, UK
Many things were wonderful - connecting with old and new friends,
opportunity to experience new teachers and to find new paths of knowledge.
Michele Sayres, New York
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