Project Avalon

Pages in 21 languages

  • Project Avalon, originally established by Bill Ryan and Kerry Cassidy from Project Camelot in August 2008, is now being re-launched as a high-quality information and inspiration portal. It will follow a very similar mission to that of the original Project Camelot when it was launched in 2006.
  • I (Bill Ryan) will be operating independently, with the assistance of a wide group of volunteers across the world, all of whom I thank here. You know who you are … (english Welcome Page/about 1/2).

Round Table; Interviews; Blog; Forum; Translation ProjectDonations;
Contact.

English Welcome Page/about 2/2: … The site will be translated into a number of languages, and I’m privileged to be working with a translation team of the highest quality and commitment.

To contact this team to assist, please click here. The entire human race stands together to deal with the problems and opportunities we all face over the next few years.

I will make available the best information and inspiration that I can access or provide. I will be continuing to conduct video and audio interviews in the Camelot tradition, as well as providing summary articles and commentaries. These interviews will be transcribed by a well-established team who is also working with Project Camelot and David Wilcock’s Divine Cosmos site. These people are also unsung heroes for their service to the world.

There is a Round Table pledge list with a different statement … please click here http://projectavalon.net/lang/en/avalon_round_table.html
to take a look and add your name if you wish.

An important part of this site is the Avalon Forum. This too is being re-launched shortly. I’m privileged to be working with a very high quality team of moderators who are committed to make this the finest forum on the internet. We invite you to take a look, and to join the discussion if you like.

This site is pledged to remain non-commercial. I will no longer be receiving donations from Project Camelot. There’s the ability to make a donation to this new venture at the foot of this page if you wish. To all those who have donated in the past, I extend my warmest appreciation. You’ve played a critical role in helping us to continue our work.

This site will soon change its look and feel: what you see here is basically a placeholder. The site will evolve significantly over the next few months, and I’m excited to be a part of this new opportunity. I want to extend my thanks to all who have offered support in any form, and there are very many of you.

You can write to me personally by e-mail. I may not be able to answer all messages, but I will be reading them all.
Bill Ryan, 5 March 2010.

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