Yes!And… is a series of interviews with some of the guests that visit Damanhur to share their stories and inspire us to build a more awakened world. Together.

The guest in this episode is Daisy Campbell, writer, actor and outstanding theatre-director in the UK counterculture scene. Daisy is a true force of nature, full of creativity, energy and enthusiasm. She is the daughter of the late Ken Campbell one of the England’s most influential figures in experimental theatre. Ken died in 2008, at the age of 66, and was described by one newspaper as “one of the most original and unclassifiable talents in British theatre of the past half-century”. Daisy visited Damanhur with her father and a small group of British actors and writers in 1995, when she was 16.
In this interview Daisy talks about growing up with Ken, and what it meant to her to live up to her father’s wealth of knowledge, insight and creativity. “You have to go further than your father!” Ken and other people would tell her over and over… Daisy felt rather overwhelmed by these expectations but, as she doesn’t believe in “impossibilism”, she decided to take this literally and found one thing where she could indeed go further than her father.

So, after a theater show about her life with her father, she organized a pilgrimage from Cerne Abbas Giant in England to the CERN Large Hadron Collider where, with a group of other 68 Artists- Pilgrims she aimed to “immanentize the Eschaton”! To immanentize the eschaton means trying to bring about the final, heaven-like stage of history in the immanent world. In order to do that, one of the Pilgrims dreamed that they had to learn specific steps of Damanhurian Sacred Language. So, all the Pilgrims came to Damanhur, visited the Temples and got ready for their unique mission!

Enjoy the energy and the stories of this young and talented artist, and maybe get inspired to organize a Pilgrimage of your own.
Where would you go?
Who would you take with you?
What would be the purpose?