Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Hope to see you at the 2016 Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge!

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I'm excited to be participating in this year's Conference on Precession and Ancient Knowledge from September 30th through October 2nd in Rancho Mirage, California (near Palm Desert and Joshua Tree National Park).

I hope you can join us there!

Early-bird sign-ups will be ending soon -- details are available at the Conference website here.

By careful coordination with the cycles of the heavens, the Conference will commence upon the first New Moon following the September equinox for 2016 -- which means we should have excellent opportunities to view the dazzling constellations of the desert skies in southern California at that time of year. 

Scorpio, Sagittarius, Ophiucus, Hercules, Aquila, Cygnus, Aquarius, Capricorn, and even Mars and Saturn are all planning to attend -- and we will schedule a star-gazing event on the night of the New Moon (Friday, September 30th) where I will point out some of these beautiful heavenly denizens and make sure that you know how to identify them for yourself.

For some, it may be the first time that they are confident in knowing that they have identified Hercules or Aquarius or some of the other constellations visible in the hours after sunset at this time of year.

The night-time "star-walks" in the California desert will of course be included in the cost of the conference. 

In addition, there will be daytime presentations and discussion with many exciting analysts and authors, including Walter Cruttenden, Dr. Robert Schoch, Christopher Dunn, Gary Evans, John Knight Lundwall, Jason Martell, and others (including myself, naturally).

You can of course pick up a signed copy of one of my books, or bring your own to have me inscribe. And there should be some time to just say hello and catch up. 

I am looking forward to the unique perspectives brought by all the different conference speakers and everyone attending -- all the different personal experiences and areas of interest of everyone who comes should produce some conversation and interaction that can only occur when we get together in person and share thoughts and discuss ideas.

I believe it will be a fantastic event and look forward to seeing you there!