Contact With Extraterrestrial Intelligence The Future Of Mankind And The Paradigm Shift

Conference: 3-4 November 2018, Haskovo, Bulgaria


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Close Encounters of the Third Kind

The story of Kate Thorvaldsen from Norway. She has had unusual experiences and strange feeling all her life. She thinks she has been abducted by aliens and has number of symmetrical implants all over her body. She remembers not only her own birth but all her previous incarnations as well. Will you believe her story, decide for yourself.

The phenomenon "Hessdalen"

Hessdalen is a valley in Norway, 350 km away from Oslo and is famous with some unusual events. Mysterious lights in the sky above Hessdalen have been reported even before World War II. The valley is only 15 km in length. East and West it is surrounded by mountains, with two lakes in south. We will talk with the researcher Erling Strand who is trying to solve the mystery of the valley for more than 3 decades.

The Mystery of the Rendlesham Forest

At the end of December 1980 a numerous sightings of unusual lights have been recorded in Rendlesham Forest. Witnesses refer to them as UFO’s. The events occurred just outside Royal Air Force Woodbridge base, which was used at the time by United States Air Force. We are talking with Gary Heseltine. He served 20 years as police detective. He is one of the principal investigators of the Rendlesham Forest incident, known as Britain’s Roswell.

UFO and The Nuclear Weapons

Our guest is captain Robert Salas. He graduated from US Air Force Academy. He also held positions at Martin Marietta and Rockwell and spent 21 years at the Air Force, where he has an air traffic controller and missile launch officer, as well as an engineer on the Titan 3 missiles. Salas testifies about UFO incident in March 1967 when 10 nuclear missiles became non-operational at two different launch facilities.

UFOs through the eyes of the policemans

Our guest is Gary Heseltine. He served 20 years as police detective. He is one of the principal investigators of the Rendlesham Forest incident. He served in Royal Air Force and several nuclear bases. In 2002 Heseltine created the Police Reportings UFO Sightings Database. He is also an author of UFO Magazine which publish materials of leading UFO research.

Lecture of Robert Salas

Lecture of Erling P. Strand

Lecture of Gary Heseltine

Lecture of Kate Thorvaldsen

Lecture of Lachezar Filipov

Paolo Guizzardi

Lecture of Roberto Pinotti

Lecture of Catherine Ansbro

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