by Norio Hayakawa
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Feb. 2, 2011
Hello, everyone at Metaphysics Albuquerque group.
I would like to let you know about a huge conference coming to Albuquerque.
It's called the WAKE UP NOW! Conference
New Mexico is officially the Land of Enchantment.
True to the state's motto, New Mexico has been regarded by many as a state filled with mysteries, especially when it comes to UFOs and the paranormal.
Roswell, of course, is world famous for its alleged 1947 "crash" incident.
But we also have Socorro, site of a well-known 1964 alleged landing incident.
Towards the Four Corners area we have Farmington (mass sighting of UFOs in 1950), Aztec (alleged 1948 "crash"site), Dulce (alleged underground base) and many other places filled with UFO lores.
New Mexico is also home to Los Alamos National Laboratories, site of the world's leading DNA/genetics research.
In southern New Mexico, there is White Sands Missile Ranges where the U.S.'s most advanced directed energy weapons systems are being tested.
But there is more to it.
The city of Albuqueque is the site of Kirtland AFB, Manzano underground nuclear storage facility, as well as Sandia Labs and Phillips Labs, probably America's most advanced military technological research labs.
There is a large community of defense contractors, engineers and scientists who live here.
Yet, for some strange reason or other, there has never been any major conference here in Albuquerque on UFOs.
Now, however, for the first time in the history of Albuquerque, a large-scale conference will finally be held here.
It's the WAKE UP NOW! Conference.
It could have been anything.
It could have been the so-called Project MOGUL, or any other projects.
Personally, I do not buy into any alien "crash" theories.
In fact, Steven Hawking, one of the most brilliant minds of our times, stated that (even though he holds on to the idea that there could be intelligent civilizations in this universe) no aliens have ever come or will ever come to the earth in UFOs.
I agree with him.
I am a skeptic when it comes to things like UFOs.
However, we still do not know for sure what "reality" is.
Not everyone who goes to these conventions are "believers". Many go to these conventions simply to observe what some people believe in.
It's a great venu to study psychological impacts of such beliefs in contemporary society.
You can see that I am a skeptic, by visiting my site:
Trying to prove the incredible by appealing to the unintelligible. Than you H L Mencken.