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« Reply #30 on: Sep 6th, 2009, 2:26pm »

Thanks again Creo! I forgot to post the schedule!

The tickets can be bought via paypal, and after the conference you can order DVD's with the speakers for those that can't be there!

Also any wishing to help promote, we have a nice fancy flyer that can be passed around:
http://www.livinginthelightms.com/burlingtonvortexconferenceposter.jpg

And a banner:
http://www.burlingtonnews.net/burlingtonvortexconferencebanner2009.gif
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« Reply #31 on: Oct 8th, 2009, 02:28am »

There will be a conference at Truro College(the Fal Building)on Sat 10th Oct 2009,
It is organised by the Cornwall ufo society and tickets are available in advance from
DAVE GILLAM you can contact him on 01872 276381,
Therew will be an indepth report on the radio show on Sunday evening
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« Reply #32 on: Dec 3rd, 2009, 9:29pm »

19th Annual International UFO Congress, Convention and Film Festival
February 21-27, 2010, Laughlin, Nevada, USA.

Speaker list:

2010 UFO Congress Speaker List
Neil Freer
Jim Nichols
Gary Heseltine (UK)
Wendelle Stevens
Fred Burks
Judy Goodman
Ross Hemsworth (UK)
John Ventre
David Sereda
Stan Deyo* Paul McCarty (UK)
Marc D’Antonio
Chuck Zukowski
Donald Ware
Dolores Cannon
Dr. C.V. Tramont
Mary Rodwell (Australia)
Melinda Leslie
Niara Isley
Ann Eller * Stan Romanek
Travis Walton
Douglas Taylor
Richard Dolan
Barbara Lamb
Ron Nussbeck
Mary Joyce
Evelyn Gordon
Jaime Maussan (Mexico)
Santiago Garza (Mexico)


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« Reply #33 on: Jun 2nd, 2010, 1:05pm »

Weird 10 : UFO & Paranormal Conference UK 2010.

Hi,
Not sure if anyone has heard of the conference we hold in Wiltshire. This is our second conference and we have 12 speakers/guests plus a few researchers who will be around at the weekend.

Weird is run by myself with 9 unpaid volenteers (I don't get paid either), and we get together for 2 days of fun in Warminster, Wiltshire on August 21st and 22nd.

The event will be hosted by Malcolm Robinson and Philip Mantle will also be on stage.

This year we have an introduction by Kevin Goodman, followed by Wal Thornhill looking at e-universe and UFOs. Nick Pope is next up looking at Rendlesham and he is followed by Dr. David Clarke. David is speaking on the supernatural in Warfare and then we have Andy Roberts who is presenting new evidence on the Bewryn case. Andy tells me his position has changed on this case!

After the talks we have an open Q&A session with speakers and other researchers who will be at the event.

On the Saturday evening we have live music from 'The Programme Initiative' a cool band that sets itself in a post-disclosure world' and then a Skywatch at the famous Cradle Hill on the outskirts of Warminster.

The Sunday sees Dr. Ciaran O'Keeffe with some juice I hope on Most Haunted, Andrew Collins talking about Lightquest and Brian Allan looking at Magic as an alternative technology. Our talks finish with Ross Hemsworth on Conspiracy theories and finally ASSAP close the conference with a talk on the paranormal.

Weird 10 should be a fantastic weekend. More details at www.mystical-county.org.uk/w10-home.htm

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« Reply #34 on: Aug 7th, 2010, 08:55am »

Sounds good apart from having Nick Pope there. Once governments man always a government man. He knows a lot more than he leads you to believe lol lol I wouldn’t trust him as far as I could throw him. Remember he has signed the official secrets act that hides the truth.
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« Reply #35 on: Jan 19th, 2011, 12:47pm »

City man part of panel of international experts
http://dailygleaner.canadaeast.com/news/article/1372162
The early registration admissions fee is $4,000. shocked
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« Reply #36 on: Jan 22nd, 2011, 6:32pm »

UFOs Help Innovative Thinkers Look to the Future
"Well, I think the world is changing. It is a respectable subject," he said. "Certainly, internationally, what I've found is that people who are informed and are aware of the phenomenon are much more willing to support people doing serious research on it."

http://www.aolnews.com/2011/01/22/ufos-help-innovative-thinkers-look-to-the-future/
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« Reply #37 on: Feb 18th, 2011, 5:52pm »

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« Reply #38 on: Mar 29th, 2011, 4:20pm »

Omaha World Herald

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March 29

UFO and paranormal focus of symposium

UFOs and the paranormal will be discussed at the second annual University of Nebraska at Omaha UFO Symposium. It will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 2 at UNO’s Milo Bail Student Center.

Attendees will hear from a variety of local and regional speakers on UFOs and paranormal activity. UNO’s UFO Study Group and the UNO Paranormal Society organized the event.

Tickets, $10, are available at the door.

http://www.omaha.com/article/20110329/NEWS02/703299921/-1 - news-notes-march-29
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« Reply #39 on: Mar 30th, 2011, 09:33am »

UFO Matrix Magazine Presents

50 YEars Of Close Encounters


October 15th & 16th, 2011. King s Croft Hotel, Pontefract, West
Yorkshire, England

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Betty and Barney Hill alien abduction account, UFO MATRIX is staging a two-day conference. The conference will have a line-up of UFO researchers and experiencers plus new books signings and other unique UFO items for sale.

Tickets Now On Sale - Prices:

Single day £30.00 per person

Saturday & Sunday ticket: £50.00 per person.

Full details and conference online ticket ordering at:

www.healingsofatlantis.com




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« Reply #40 on: May 1st, 2011, 4:11pm »

Upcoming Virginia meeting includes topics of UFOs, abduction, and the Loch Ness monster.


The News and Advance
Lynchburg, VA

In search of nessie, the Loch Ness Monster


By Darrell Laurant
Published: May 01, 2011

Henry Bauer has something in common with me, and most probably with you — he’s never seen the Loch Ness Monster.
In his case, however, it isn’t from lack of trying. The Virginia Tech science professor emeritus has made a number of trips to Scotland hoping to catch a glimpse of the world’s most elusive aquatic beast, only to be disappointed. But not disheartened.

“Almost all of the sightings have been random,” he said, “and they tend to catch people by surprise.”

In other words, you can’t meet “Nessie” by appointment. That is, if he or she actually exists.

There appear to be three possibilities:
1. The Loch Ness Monster is nothing but a figment of some Scotman’s imagination, a legend that has morphed into a mass hallucination among the believers.
2. There was a Loch Ness Monster once upon a time, but now it’s dead.
3. A family of Nessies still occupies the mile-wide, 20-mile-long lake, and it’s only a matter of time before their existence is proven.

Bauer describes himself as “about 95 percent certain” of the third option. He will be one of the speakers at an “UFOs at the Lake Conference” at the Mariner’s Landing Resort on Smith Mountain Lake, which is a neat coincidence. A movie in production called “Lake Effect” has been filmed there, and one of its components is a Nessie-style monster.

The producers of “Lake Effect” didn’t enlist Henry Bauer as a technical advisor, but they should have. As the pursuit of Nessie has changed from hobby to obsession, he has read everything he can find on the beast, pro and con.

“I’m a scientist,” he said, “and so I have an open mind, both ways. I’m just trying to help get at the truth.”

The initial spark for Bauer was a chance encounter with a book by Tim Dinsdale, described as the only person ever to capture the Loch Ness Monster on film. You’ve probably seen a famous still photograph from that footage, a grainy image of what appear to be eel-like loops protruding from the water of the Loch.

Naturally, that photo has come under withering fire from debunkers. It’s a boat, it’s a sturgeon, it’s an imperfection in the film.

“I took a year’s sabbatical in 1972,” Bauer said, “to study at the University of Cambridge in England. Naturally, I took a side trip to Loch Ness, Dinsdale happened to be there, and I met him.”

Bauer leans toward the theory that the Loch Ness Monster (or monsters) is a prehistoric creature that somehow became landlocked when the Ice Age closed off Loch Ness’ former connection to the ocean.

“There is another body of water called Loch Morar, also near the ocean, and there are legends surrounding creatures there, too,” Bauer said.

If you’re picturing Loch Ness as a small body of water, think again. This is no glorified farm pond.

“It’s 700 feet deep at one point,” Bauer said.

Nor is it surrounded by Loch Ness Monster tourist attractions.
“There aren’t any summer cottages and only a few hotels,” Bauer said. “The local planning committee is very conservative, and they want to keep the place pretty much like it’s always been. You can buy a Nessie doll in some stores, but that’s about it.”

Obviously, there are Nessie questions with no current answers. Since there have been sightings since the 1930s, the creature either has a very long life span or it has reproduced. And if one of the beasts has died, why was no carcass ever found?

On the other hand, Bauer said, no one has been able to explain certain sonar findings that appear to show large objects in motion.

For all its size and presumably carnivorous diet, Nessie has never tried to eat one of its human neighbors, or even a tourist. Rather, the beast seems reclusive and shy, appearing only by chance and disappearing just as quickly.

Or else this is all a hoax. Like any true scientist, Henry Bauer just seems to be enjoying the puzzle.
“I guess you’d say I’m into oddball science,” he said with a chuckle.

The itinerary for the May 7 event at Mariner’s Landing also includes representatives from the UFO Club of Virginia Beach and Virginia MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network), a man who claims to have been abducted by aliens, a licensed social worker who has counseled individuals who claim to have been abducted, and Phil Reynolds, an expert on the Mothman Mystery (among other things, a movie starring Richard Gere) from West Virginia.

The cost is $49 for the day, with lunch, $69 with lunch and dinner included. And you don’t have to be a believer in any of this, just interested.

http://www2.newsadvance.com/news/2011/may/01/search-nessie-loch-ness-monster-ar-1006166/
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Pennsylvania UFO meeting July 6:


International experts reveal their UFO discoveries


Published: Wednesday, July 03, 2013

When it comes to unidentified flying objects, even the most knowledgeable admit that UFOs puzzle, confuse and frighten them. Four experts, researchers in their chosen field, share their passion and dedication for pursuing the truth at Mutual UFO Network Pennsylvania’s free one-day program Saturday, July 6 at Tredyffrin Public Library, Strafford, PA.

Chief Field Investigator Bill Weber will explain the purpose, goals, investigative process and sightings statistics in “What is MUFON?”

Explorer, documentary filmmaker and expert in crop circle phenomena, Jennifer W. Stein presents on “Crop Circles in the United States.” She lives in Radnor, PA.

Author Peter Robbins will speak on the documented UFO incident, “England’s Rendlesham Forest,” that he researched for his book, “Left at East Gate.”

Former Department of Defense Counterintelligence Special Agent, Antonio Paris leads a team of distinguished professionals and scientists who determine whether or not unidentified aerial phenomena can be attributed to a man-made object, natural phenomena, hoaxes or perhaps extraterrestrial in nature. He is the author of “Reviving Ufology for the 21st Century.”

Mutual UFO Network Pennsylvania hosts this free event to educate the public about this international organization dedicated to the scientific study of the UFO phenomena to benefit humanity. Dedicated members are event hosts, trained field investigators, & research specialists who document sightings submitted from around the globe.

The largest UFO organization in the US, MUFON has a chapter in every state presenting local meetings and a regional annual conference. MUFON PA hosts its fall conference October 4-6 at the Sheraton Bucks County Hotel, Langhorne, PA. For more information, visit www.MUFONPA.com.

http://mainlinemedianews.com/articles/2013/07/03/main_line_suburban_life/news/doc51d41c7f5f6b7911113286.txt
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Exploring the Extraordinary will be holding a conference consisting of professionals representing a variety of disciplines March 21-23, 2014. The location is Gettysburg College, PA. More details, including speakers which include Dr. George Hansen and keynote speaker Dr. Julie Beischel:

http://etenetwork.weebly.com/american-conference-2014.html

The org "is an interdisciplinary network for those engaged/interested in research into the 'extraordinary' - topics often regarded as paranormal, supernatural, religious, transcendent, ecstatic, exceptional, mystical, anomalous, magical, or spiritual. We regard extraordinary experiences as those that transcend the mundane, with interests in the experiences themselves, and how they have influenced and been incorporated into human societies.

"Our members include a number of individuals from different academic disciplines (including anthropology, art, english studies, folklore, film studies, geography, history, natural sciences, parapsychology, philosophy, physical sciences, psychology, religious studies, sociology, theatre studies, and theology), as well as those who are not affiliated with such institutions."

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http://etenetwork.weebly.com/about.html
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« Reply #43 on: Feb 21st, 2014, 10:26pm »

Upcoming paranormal and UFO conferences

Orlando Paranormal Examiner

February 18, 2014

Upcoming conferences of potential interest to the paranormal and UFO enthusiasts include Exploring the Extraordinary, ParaQuest and APICON. If taking to the highways and byways this spring, you might choose to consider attending the following events:

Exploring the Extraordinary, March 21-23

Gettysburg College, Pa. will be the site of the sixth Exploring the Extraordinary Conference. Co-founders Dr. Madeleine Castro and Dr. Hannah Gilbert organized an interdisciplinary network for those engaged and interested in research of the extraordinary, and their list of speakers includes numerous credentialed professionals. Regarding extraordinary experiences as "those that transcend the mundane", the network explores the paranormal, mystical and related concepts.

Dr. George P. Hansen, well known within the Fortean and UFO communities for his research and writing on the "trickster", will conduct a presentation titled, Structural Analysis and the Betwixt and Between. The keynote speaker will be author, researcher and co-founder of The Windbridge Institute, Dr. Julie Beischel. She will present A Scientist Among Mediums: Intriguing Findings from Ten Years of Laboratory Research. Additional topics addressed will include military response to anomalies and encouraging critical thinking during the three days of presentations.

Admission for the Friday through Sunday conference is $200, with various discounts and partial rates available. View the website for further details and information.

ParaQuest, April 26

Bedford Paranormal and Seven Hills Paranormal are co-sponsoring ParaQuest, a day of speakers, vendors and events taking place in Bedford, Va. The historic Avenel Plantation, located between Roanoke and Lynchburg, will host the conference.

Local and national authors, investigators and self-described mediums are among those scheduled to speak and attend. Jeff Ritzmann, host of Paranormal Waypoint on KGRA Radio, will conduct a two-hour presentation, sharing insights into his 20-plus years of research and observations. UFOs, paranormal-related archaeology, investigation techniques and more will be considered during the day's events. Cost is $40.

APICON, May 16-17

Aerial Phenomena Investigations will conduct APICON at Busch Gardens in Tampa, Fla. Speakers scheduled to address ufology-related topics include API founder and director Antonio Paris, Bill Birnes of 'UFO Hunters' fame and writer/researcher Nick Redfern, among others. The two-day conference includes opportunities to meet all of the speakers, a Friday night party, vendors and more.

A $65 cost covers all speakers and events for both Friday and Saturday, and single day admissions are available if desired. See the website for details and contact the organizers for further information.

See site for links:

http://www.examiner.com/article/upcoming-paranormal-and-ufo-conferences?cid=db_articles
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Skinwalker Ranch UFOs: An Investigation by Aerial Phenomena

Saturday, April 26, 2014
5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
VFW Post 4256
12901 Gulf Boulevard,, Madeira Beach, FL

Skinwalker Ranch, much like Area 51, has had its share of bizarre UFO lore and legend. In 2013, The Aerial Phenomena Investigations Team traveled to Utah to investigation these tales of interdimensional portals, alien abductions on the property, and yes, even bulletproof werewolves that have attracted platoons of both seasoned and arm-chair UFO/Paranormal investigators to this reclusive ranch. This meeting will focus on the team's investigative efforts on the ranch, specifically, the UFO activity that has dubbed this area as "UFO Ranch".

This meeting will take place at the VFW in Madeira Beach. The VFW is also hosting steak night on this day too! Moreover, we will be selling the Skinwalker Ranch documentary (DVD) produced by Antonio Paris, as well as other books by Antonio. See you soon!!!

Please spread the word. The Skinwalker Ranch UFO presentation will informative. The presentation is not from internet research or movies, it is based on my trip to the area and an investigation conducted by API at the ranch.
See you there!

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