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Kerry Cassidy is a documentary filmmaker/investigative journalist and well known radio talk show host of Project Camelot Whistleblower Radio and Camelot TV broadcaster.  Her website Project Camelot ( ) is a leader in the alternative media sector, with a Youtube channel that has millions of viewers worldwide and over 106,000 subscribers. She speaks at conferences around the world and has produced several highly regarded Camelot conferences with the trademark name "Awake and Aware" featuring key witnesses and researchers that are part of the Camelot history of interviews.  KERRY'S BLOG has gone viral and become a must see news commentary space picked up by alternative news organizations around the world. Kerry travels the world conducting interviews and documenting the testimony of whistleblowers with above top secret clearances as well as authors, researchers and experiencers covering conspiracies, the secret space program, black projects, ETs, kundalini and ascension and free energy.

Description of talk(s):  The Agenda:  Angelic Human or Robotic Superman, You Decide 

The Shadow or Secret Government has grown in leaps and bounds since WWII whose primary raison d'être became the Secret Space Program and creation of Humanity 3.0.  My talks involve a discussion about Black Projects that use newly invented and acquired ET technologies as well as the treaties and relationships over time with various ET races, both on and off planet. I cover whistleblower testimony, False Flags, and the agenda for takeover, ETs, Artificial Intelligence and the NWO, along with an obsession with following an ‘armageddon-like” timeline.  I will discuss how this may all play out, the balance between light and dark and how the Illuminati and their ET handlers are influencing events.  Conscious awareness of the multi-verse and knowing the truth behind the Matrix can EMPOWER you to be the Creator Being you were meant to be and enable you to greet this brave new world without any fear.








Brien Forester 
Hugh Newman 
Adrianio Forgione 
Hubert Zeitlmair - NOT YET CONFIRMED
Sean David Morton - NOT YET CONFIRMED
Rebecca Jernigan
Carmen Boulter
Jo Ann Richards with Mark Richards
Klaus Dona
Francis Aloisio 

AND Kerry Cassidy




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Back in April 2014, we shot a short documentary introduction in preparation for our Speaker Tour of Malta:  ATLANTIS RISING.  (see below)

Kerry on FRUX TV in Malta discussing the planned Camelot tour in Malta dates TBA.


Feel free to contact me :    if you would like to be a sponsor of the  2 1/2 day conference.  PLEASE SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFO.




Camelot is planning a documentary exploration of MALTA and secret history related to fall of Atlantis... 


This will be an expedition involving undersea, underground (Hypogeum) and surface Temples on Malta, Gozo and Comino.

Email me if you have any questions regarding our expedition.  Space will be limited.

We are also looking for funding for the filming of the documentary.  If you have contacts at networks or cable stations such as Discovery, National Geographic or others including BBC, Channel Four and other European or international television companies that may be interested in getting involved please contact me:

TENTATIVE ITINERARY (without pics) below.  REVISED.  


PRICE:  SUBJECT TO CHANGE...  Those coming on the tour get into the 2 day conference at the end FREE!  (Price based on minimum of 30 confirmed travelers).


Our country...

The Maltese Islands

a unique and intriguing destination


The Maltese Islands enjoy a unique position in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea – a location that means that we have served as a meeting place for the past 7000 years.

The Maltese Islands are a melting pot of Mediterranean culture; throughout our history brushes with different civilisations have left us with a rich tapestry of language, culture and cuisine. Malta has seen temple builders, the seafaring Phoenicians, St. Paul, the Knight’s of St. John, Napoleon and finally the British Empire and each have left a mark on our culture.

Malta offers something for everybody, temples and beaches, stunning venues full of history, great nightlife and excellent food. In one small country you will find a wide variety of quality four and five star hotels with meeting facilities to match.

Flight connections to mainland Europe are frequent and short with almost daily flights to many of Europe’s main airports. And once you are on the island our small size means that transfer times are kept to a minimum – a definite plus for short stays.

Geography, Land and Climate

Malta became an independent republic in 1964. The Maltese Islands consist of a small group of islands – Malta, Gozo and Comino, all of which are inhabited, and the smaller and uninhabited islands of Cominotto, Filfla and St. Paul’s Islands. The islands lie about 95 km (59 miles) to the south of Sicily and about 293 km (182 miles) to the North of the African mainland.

We enjoy a typical Mediterranean climate with daytime temperatures averaging 14C (58 Fahrenheit) in winter and 32C (90 Fahrenheit) in the summer months. Malta offers a warm and mild climate throughout most of the year. The hottest months are from the middle of July to the middle of September, but the high temperatures are generally tempered by the cool sea breezes. Statistically speaking, Malta has in the region of 300 days of sunshine per year.

Population, Language and Religion

Malta has an approximate population of 400,00, out of which an average of 30,000 live on the island of Gozo. There are two official languages in

hour ahead of GMT.

Currency & Exchange Rate

Today, Malta is a full member of the European Union and Malta has adopted the Euro as its currency.


Malta was recently awarded the title of “safest country in the world” by the United Nations. Various factors were taken into consideration such as lack of natural disasters and also extremely low crime.

Malta: English, which is Maltese, which is Semitic although its alphabet and grammatical structure are derived from Latin. The widely spoken and Maltese predominantly Roman with churches cathedrals that are the pride of the local population.


Malta follows Central European Time, which is one Catholic, incredible and are one hour ahead of GMT.

Currency & Exchange Rate

Today, Malta is a full member of the European Union and Malta has adopted the Euro as its currency.


Malta was recently awarded the title of “safest country in the world” by the United Nations. Various factors were taken into consideration such as lack of natural disasters and also extremely low crime.

Malta 2014

Project Camelot in Malta

A Documentary Investigation - The search for clues to the fall of Atlantis & Mysteries of the Ancient sites on Malta


Malta, Gozo and Comino

The Expedition will develop into an onshore and an underwater Odyssey featuring never before released information and expert testimony and will investigate the link between the Knights of Malta, the mysterious Temple builders and the earth’s pre Vedic Past and a search for evidence regarding the Fall of Atlantis.

The Dolmen Resort

Beautiful located at the waters edge, the 4 star Dolmen Resort Hotel Malta boasts 375 guest rooms and

38 highly finished superior rooms and suites with panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea and St. Paul’s Islands, Malta. All Hotel bedrooms and Hotel suites are fully air-conditioned, centrally, heated and have their own private bathroom, safe deposit box, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, radio, mini-bar and hair dryers. The majority of the Hotel rooms have a balcony or terrace.The Dolmen Resort Hotel delivers uncompromising quality while engaging your every mood and aspiration of Malta . The culture and tradition of the islands seep into the fabric of the whole resort from the Neolithic Dolmen Temple to contemporary room design and exemplary standards of service, facilities and cuisine.

The Bugibba Temple, which is preserved in the grounds of the hotel, belongs to the same category of pre historic monuments as Tarxien and Hagar Qim in Malta and Ggantija in Gozo. These imposing sanctuaries, erected for the worship of a deity, which has so far defied a generally acceptable definition, constitute the outstanding achievement of the

Maltese Copper Age, its Megalithic architecture.

Day 1


On arrival guests will be greeted at the airport and will transfer to the hotel.

Check in is accompanied by a non- alcoholic welcome drink and guests are left at leisure to explore the hotel and the surrounding areas.

Day 2

A Tale of Two Cities

Morning 9.30 am

Guests are picked up in the morning for transfer to Valletta accompanied by a licensed guide.

Today guests will enjoy a guided walking tour of Valletta, Malta’s Capital city.
A Baroque City built by the Knights of St. John, Valletta is a living, working city, the administrative and commercial heart of the Islands.

The city is busy by day, yet retains a timeless atmosphere. The grid of narrow streets boasts some of Europe's finest art works, churches and palaces.

Walking around Valletta you'll come across an intriguing historical site around every corner: votive statues, niches, fountains and coats of arms high up on parapets. Narrow side streets are full of tiny quaint shops and cafés.

Today guests will be visiting the Archeological Museum, St. John’s Cathedral, the Grandmaster’s Palace, The Malta Experience ending at Upper Barrakka Gardens to view Malta’s unique Grand Harbour with it majestic bastions.

Evening 6.00pm

In the evening guests are picked up for transfer to Mdina accompanied by a licensed guide.

Guests enjoy a guided Tour of Mdina, medieval town and old capital of Malta before the arrival of the Knights...the Silent City as it is called is hauntingly beautiful with its rich tapestry of historical buildings and stately residences of the old Maltese nobility.

It was home then, as now, to Malta's noble families; some are descendants of the Norman, Sicilian and Spanish overlords who made Mdina their home from the 12th century onwards. Impressive palaces line its narrow, shady streets. Mdina is one of Europe's finest examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and baroque architecture.

Guests will then enjoy dinner in a beautiful restaurant set in an old Mdina Palace.

Day 3

Megalithic Temples


Guests are free to enjoy the morning at leisure.

Afternoon 2.00pm

Guests are picked up in the morning for a half day tour accompanied by a licensed guide.

Today guests will enjoy a guided tour of the Megalithic Temples Hagar Qim and Mnaidra , Misqa Tanks and the ‘Cart Ruts’ in Dingli.

The temple of Hagar Qim, excavated for the first time in 1839, dates to c. 3600 - 3200 BC. (these dates are not agreed upon by our researchers)...It stands on a hilltop overlooking the sea and the islet of Filfla. Just 500m away from Hagar Qim, further towards the cliff face, lies another remarkable temple site, Mnajdra, set in a hollow above the Southern cliffs.

Much of interest has been unearthed at Hagar Qim, notably a decorated pillar altar, two table altars and some of the ‘fat lady’ statues on display in the National Museum of Archaeology, Valletta.

Mnajdra is probably the most atmospheric of all Malta’s temples. It is a complex site consisting of three temples overlooking an oval forecourt. The oldest temple is a simple three-apsed building which dates back to 3600-3200 BC. The most impressive of the Mnajdra temples is the third, with its largely intact façade and bench constructed, according to mainstream archeology in 3150–2500 BC.  Our speakers believe these temples to be much older than claimed...

The Misqa Tanks - dug into the limestone near Mnajdra Temple and Hagar Qim Temple - are

often described as large stone water cisterns, dug into the ground, by the Temple Builders. But there are some odd features about these tanks. They vary in size, some seem to be connected together and they have feeder or irrigation channels. On top of the hill they are surrounded by petroglyphs, connected by lines and basins.

Misrah Ghar il-Kbir (informally known as Clapham Junction) is a prehistoric site in Malta near the Dingli Cliffs. It is best known for its "cart ruts" - a complex network of tracks gouged in the rock. The age and purpose of the tracks are still a mystery of Maltese history. In general, most archeologists presume that the site developed about 2000 BC after new settlers came over from Sicily to start the Bronze Age in Malta.

It is reported that the "Clapham Junction" nickname was given by an Englishman, who later reported that it reminded him of the busy railway station Clapham Junction in London.

Dinner is at a local restaurant.

Day 4

A Day at Sea

Day at Sea exploring Malta’s shores and filming underwater sites...there is strong evidence that the island’s structures continue deep into the seabed..and the purpose of this expedition will be to definitely prove the existence of an advanced prehistoric civilisation which ended in a cataclysmic event.

The islands of Malta are dominated by Limestone formations, and much of their coastlines consist of steep or vertical limestone cliffs indented by bays, inlets, and coves. They lie on the submerged Malta-Hyblean Platform, a wide undersea shelf bridge that connects the

Ragusa Platform of southern Sicily with the Tripolitana Platform of southern Libya.

Evening Free

Day 5

A Visit to the Hypogeum

Guided tour of the Hypogeum, A World Heritage Site.

The Hal Saflieni Hypogeum in Paola, Malta, is the oldest example of a prehistoric hypogeum, the earliest phase dating to 3600–3300 BC; it is a complex of underground chambers, halls and passages covering approximately 500 m2 on three levels, partly carved to imitate temple architecture and containing extensive prehistoric art.

Predating the Great Pyramid of Egypt, this unique underground structure of the ancient world was built in several stages. Its real purpose is lost in the mists of time and the debate is still ongoing. It was here that the elongated skulls were found as well as the statuette of the sleeping goddess preserved in the museum of Archeology in Valletta.

Evening Free

Day 6

Marsaxlokk and the Three Cities

Morning 10.00am

Drive to Marsaxlokk...a typical fishing village in the south of the island.

It was in the "bay of the sirocco" (Xlokk) that the first Phoenicians landed and set up trading posts on Malta, during the ninth century BC. During the Great Seige of Malta, Marsaxlokk harbor was also used as an anchorage by the Turkish fleet. Overlooking the northern arm of Marsaxlokk Bay is the hill of Tas-Silg, which contains remains of megalithic temples of the Tarxien phase, with later alterations resembling the Ħaġar Qim model. Bronze Age material has also been found scattered around the area.

From the end of the 6th century BC to the 1st century AD, the hill was used as a religious site, notably as a temple dedicated to Astarte/ Hera.

We then proceed to Birgu, the old ‘Borgo’ dominated by Fort St. Angelo, where the knights first settled after they arrived in Malta in 1530. Fort St. Angelo was the headquarters of the Knights of St. John during the Great Siege of 1556.

We take a guided tour through the narrow streets of Birgu where the first Auberges of the Knights, built upon their arrival in Malta still stand, and ending with a visit to the Inquisitor’s palace which will take us back in time when Church and Order vied each other for power and jurisdiction over people’s lives.

Lunch at a waterfront restaurant where guests can enjoy wonderful views of the Grand Harbour and Valletta’s Fortifications.


Interview with Richard Cambers’ father. Evening Free

Day 7


Departure at 9.00am

Ferry boat crossing to Malta’s sister Island of Gozo - Though separated from mainland Malta by a mere 5km stretch of sea (25 minutes by ferry) Gozo is distinctly different. The Island is a third the size of Malta, more rural and much more tranquil. Gozo is known for its picturesque scenery, pristine coastline and untouched country trails. Baroque churches rise from the heart of small villages, and traditional farmhouses dot the rural landscape. Its culture and way of life are rooted in tradition and yet open to the present. Developed just enough but not too much, Gozo is a masterpiece wrought by nature and shaped by 7000 years of culture. Myth and reality meet here on what is believed to have been the Isle of Calypso in Homer’s Odyssey, where the sea nymph held Odysseus (Ulysses) in her thrall for seven years.

The people of Gozo, still numbering just 30,000, have nurtured Calypso’s Island into the beautiful place we know today.

Visiting Rabat built on one of Gozo’s many hills and the hub of life in Gozo, also visiting the Cathedral believed to be built on the foundations of an ancient pagan Temple of Ashtarte.

We then visit Ggantija, Gozo’s best preserved Megalithic Temple.The two temples here are amongst the oldest free-standing stone buildings in the world and have UNESCO World Heritage status. We also visit the nearby ‘Brockdorf’ Circle which is a prehistoric necropolis.

We stop for lunch at a local restaurant.

Drive through Gharb and Ta’Pinu Church, then to Dwejra and finally Ta’Cenc before boarding the ferry back to Malta.

Evening Free

Day 8

Free Day

Guests are free to enjoy their day at leisure, making use of the hotel facilities or taking the time to explore the island at their own pace.

Day 9


Day in Comino...Enjoy the pristine energy of this small but mysterious Island with its numerous caves and energy portals. The tiny Island of Comino, once the hideout of pirates and smugglers, sits right in the middle of the channel between Malta and Gozo. The unspoilt island is a haven for all those who love swimming, snorkelling, diving, wind surfing and other water sports.


Enjoy a swim in the Blue Lagoon, with its crystal clear blue sea surrounded by awe-inspiring caves, truly one of the most spectacular sights of the Maltese archipelago.   Lunch at the Comino Hotel

9 & 10

Conference Days

10.00am to 5.00pm.

On these days we meet in the hotel meeting room for a two day conference entitled ‘TimeStorm:  Atlantis Rising' with the participation of many prestigious international and Maltese speakers.

Day 12



The total cost for the Malta Expedition (not including FLIGHT which you must book and pay for separately) is as follows: 

The cost for Malta including hotel accommodation on bed and breakfast transport from and back to airport restaurants and fees for museums and temples and boat trip is $2300,  Guide fees are included. (Courtesy tip not included).  Malta conference is included. Price to be calculated on minimum of 30 people booked and confirmed.  Prices are based on people using twin rooms.   Single supplement requires an additional cost of approximately 60 US dollars per night.  **Note cost subject to change depending on how many confirmed travelers we have.  This cost is a per person cost that includes speaker fees.  SIX LUNCHES & DINNERS INCLUDED IN THIS PRICE.    

Details on how to wire transfer on the REGISTRATION FORM PDF ABOVE!!


Profiles of Maltese Speakers

Francis Xavier Aloisio was born on the island of Malta but spent more than half of his life abroad, first in Peru as a missionary priest and then in England where he eventually settled after resigning from the Church. He worked as a Probation Officer and Social Worker and eventually became Chief Executive for a Charity in Sussex UK caring for people with learning disabilities.

Whilst abroad, he came to appreciate more all that was native to his Maltese roots. He realized how few and how little people knew about the temples of Malta. On his return home, he had a strong urge to find a way to promote the unique wealth of the Maltese prehistoric culture. Firstly he created a collection of paintings depicting Malta’s journey throughout history; and then he started his own research on the Temples. He completed a trilogy on the temples of Malta; ‘Islands of Dream’ was the first of this works. Now he is publishing his second novel ‘The Age of Magic and Wisdom’. The third novel ‘The New Temple Dreamers’ will soon follow. He recently published ‘An Alternative Handbook to the Temples’ – a cosmic perspective and guide.

Francis started painting late in his life as a way of self-expression, but he went on to achieve the Certificate in Art at the University of Brighton, UK. He draws his inspiration from his Maltese background and his experience in South America. He is a visionary artist, author, teacher, a subtle energy guide and a temple escort.

Francis accompanies people to the many energy sites on Malta and Gozo to experience their energy and their link with Atlantis.When in the USA, He and his wife Christine Auriela, are available to accompany those people who wish to connect with the Lemurian Energies found along the Central Coast of California and especially around Cambria.

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Anton Mifsud

Consultant Paediatrician, retired from Government Service in Malta, still active in private paediatric practice and in entertaining his grandchildren.

His keen interest in Malta’s prehistory and archaeology dates back to the early seventies whilst serving in the Government Hospital on the sister island of Gozo. Research into the possibility of humans inhabiting the Maltese Islands before the established date of 5,300BC led to the publication, together with his son Simon, of Dossier Malta – evidence for the Magdalenian in 1997. The outcome of peer feedback and further research along these lines will be published in a forthcoming publication.

In 1999 he edited Facets of Maltese Prehistory and together with his medical colleague Charles Savona Ventura published Prehistoric Medicine in Malta and Ghar Hasan.

The possibility that the Maltese Islands represented the lost civilization of Atlantis as described by Plato was extensively investigated and led to the publication of Malta – Echoes of Plato’s Island in 2000. The hypothesis was ventilated in a number of documentaries that have been produced over the past decade, particularly in Japan, Italy and the United States. On-going research along this theme has strengthened his hypothesis and the results of his investigations will be published in a forthcoming volume.

As an academic Anton’s research into Maltese prehistory is both detailed and extensive and the possibility that the Maltese Archipelago is an important remnant of the lost Atlantis has over the years of his study matured into an undeniable conviction which he expounds with proof in his publications and in his talks.

Hubert Zeitlmair h.c.D., born in 1954 in Augsburg, Bavaria state, Germany, became a fervent explorer of Maltese prehistory in the early nineties when he set up the Maltadiscovery Prehistory Research Foundation in Malta; His special focus is the prehistoric Culture of Atlantis and its territory of which he is convinced the Maltese Archipelago was the Heart Centre. His encounter with Kurt Shildmann of the Society of German Linguists introduced him to the proto-Sanskrit dialect used on the oldest inscriptions in linear and geometrical signs found round the World including Malta and he is one of the few experts who is able to decipher these archaic texts. Furthermore his understanding of the engineering features of Malta’s Mega-Stone Circle Temples led him to discover the Atlantean ‘Cold Fire’ Fusion Power house in Malta which he claims still generates Non-lethal High Frequency Active, Auroral , Micro wave Energy.

In the nineties, he published a number of Articles in a local Maltese Sunday Newspaper ‘il-Mument’ about the sophistry of the Maltese Stone Structures and about the sunken temple complex in the North-Eastern part of Maltese waters which he had discovered. He has published a book in German ‘Die Saulen Von Atlantis –Malta’ and has given numerous interviews and talks over the years.

more to come....






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