Friday 29 March, 2019 – Deconstructing Jupiter
Deconstructing Jupiter with Lee Paqui
In this presentation Lee will explore the CIA's Remote Viewing initiative from the 1970s - specifically the remote viewing of Jupiter in 1973. By using the information acquired from this experiment, and by examining what is currently known about Jupiter's composition, it becomes more and more apparent that Jupiter may not be the planet that our scientific authorities insist that it is.
Further, Contactee information suggests that at least some extraterrestrial entities visiting Earth may have originated from our Solar System's largest planet.
Could this be possible? Could solid ground, and life, be lurking beneath Jupiter's impenetrable mass of cloud?
Entry: Members $10. Non-members $15 Eftpos available
(includes light supper)
Venue: Kenmore Library, Kenmore Village Shopping Centre, 9 Brookfield Road, Kenmore, Brisbane. Entry is via the lift in the undercover carpark underneath the library.
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