Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Interplanetary Contact Is For The Birds

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – One intergalactic gala is soaring into San Diego, California, to spread its powerful message of planetary peace.

The Unarius Academy of Science is hosting their 24th Annual Interplanetary Conclave of Light in San Diego’s Balboa Park this weekend (Oct. 13-14), and according to spokesperson Tracey Kennedy, making contact with our outer-space siblings is anything but strange.

Kennedy says, “It may seem different, but once people find out about Unarius, they’re always excited. We’re about expressing a positive future and letting people know we’re not along in the universe.”

The planetary program includes an Interplanetary Procession and the release of 33 white doves from a mock spaceship, which symbolizes Unarius’ commitment to making contact with all the beings in the universe.

But don’t be alarmed – the interplanetary event lasts only about 30 minutes, and is meant to open minds, not scare away strangers.

Kennedy says, “We expect there will be a lot of tourists who have no idea what’s happening, but anyone that’s ever come to a procession always walks away with a smile.”

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