October 20, 2011
Contact: Janet Sailor - ASPE - 575-377-2667, firstname.lastname@example.org
TAOS, NM - More than one keynote speaker at the 2011 Paranormal Symposium and Film Festival will release new information confirming extraterrestrials have been interacting - even interfering - with humans for millennia. The Symposium takes place October 25-30 at the Kachina Lodge in Taos, NM.
British author and ET experiencer Steven Jones will disclose shocking details of a government experiment which proved the existence of a universal energy grid, ongoing remote viewing programs, ET contact, and the impending activation of our hidden extraterrestrial DNA.
New Mexico MUFON state director Dr. Don Burleson, who works closely with DNA Recovery Project director Lloyd Pye, reports, "Ongoing analysis of the Starchild Skull, unearthed in Mexico in 1930, strongly suggests that the creature is of no known terrestrial species." Both Burleson and Pye have spent many years establishing the truth about the Starchild Skull.
UFO Highway author Anthony Sanchez will release startling new data regarding origins of the human species, as well as recently-gathered evidence and insights into future world events - including a forthcoming space war.
Seven additional speakers will provide audiences with eye-opening revelations into subjects ranging from quantum physics, subtle energy, and Native American wisdom to ET contact, angels and the Nephilim, and Dulce underground base mysteries.
Wednesday and Thursday, nine workshops addressing a variety of paranormal topics will precede the Symposium Friday night opening-night dinner, at which keynote speakers, workshop presenters, and audience members will all participate in a debate discussing the event's theme, "Connecting Science and Spirit." The debate will be taped for future radio and television broadcast.
A free film festival, featuring exclusive premiers and a Hollywood producer's sneak preview, along with appearances by celebrity filmmakers and special guests, will be held Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday nights during the event.
Other Symposium activities include a special appearance by Travis Walton, whose 1975 abduction became the popular feature film "Fire in the Sky," a celebrity book/DVD signing, concerts, a UFO Skywatch - even a wedding!
Tickets for the debate will be available at the door. All-day tickets for Saturday and Sunday, as well as tickets for individual speaker presentations will also be available at the door.
The 2011 Paranormal Symposium and Film Festival is presented by Alliance Studying Paranormal Experiences (ASPE), a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Symposium and workshop registration information, along with event details and schedules are available at www.aspesymposium.com.
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