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We just got confirmation that our Sedona UFO Sightings event will be happening March 13th & 14th just outside the Sedona City Limits. The exact location is CLASSIFIED at the moment, but will be released March 1st. It is the 24th Anniversary of Phoenix lights, and a tribute to that event is in the works.
We will have presentations from renowned authors in the UFO field, as well as ET contactees sharing their stories of contact. We have a panel Q & A planned for Sunday, and a GROUP UFO TOUR on Saturday night with real-time UFO traffic displayed on a video wall. After the tour, rock out with Element 115 (the band with the ET drummer) and then, enjoy a classic rock tribute and dance party with ONE performing live.
Space Burgers, chips and soft drinks will be available as well.
There will be amazing art, jewelry, and all things UFO to view, and admission is FREE!
We’re bringing FUN back to Sedona, and it’s about time, right?
Here is a short video clip showing what the Jupiter/Saturn conjunction looked like through the Sedona UFO Tour Guide’s night vision goggles.
I met a very interesting fellow Sedonan a few days ago, and he has his own video podcast. I agreed to an interview regarding ET, technology, and more. Here is 15 minutes with Troy Casey and myself.
Whenever I walk down the street with everyone wearing masks (as if that actually does anything) and me without, I feel like Morpheus and Neo in the Matrix when walking through the simulated reality. Morpheus knows the program bumping into no one, but Neo, being new, seems to bump into everything. That brings me to a comet named Neowise. Yeah. Think about that.
Here is the comet as seen through the night vision equipment we use on the Sedona UFO Tour Guide’s Sedona UFO Tour.
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In the desert, you can’t remember your name… no, in the desert, in gets a lot colder after the sun sets than most visitors anticipate. For that reason, if you’re attending a Sedona UFO Tour, plan to dress for nights that are 30 degrees colder than an afternoon hike. Hats and gloves are recommended.
In the wintertime, those beautiful 70+ temps at 2pm can become 39 degree temps by 9pm, with a breeze. Since I always want my attendees to be comfortable, these bright green hats and gloves will be available for wearing while on the tour if someone isn’t pre-warned and prepared. They’re warm, fuzzy, and stretch like crazy. This small alien can wear them, and so can a much larger alien! They fit small humans and medium humans very well. Not sure the gloves would fit a Buffalo Bills halfback, but they fit about everyone else.
Space Buick is always there to lean against, to relax the neck muscles while viewing the UFO’s over Sedona. AL Jr. doubles as a passenger-side air bag for the Sedona UFO Tour Guide. Don’t tell AL Jr. that, though.
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These 3rd generation night vision goggles work even better than I thought! I knew they were good, but I didn’t know they were THAT good! Just four nights ago, my group saw the SpaceX satellite string before they were even spread out. They were flying over the Pacific, and we saw them in Sedona. The string was low in the Western sky, and were so bright, that we could see them with the naked eye. We could count only about 8 lights, and with the night vision, we could see what looked like a bundle of grains at the leading edge of the sighting. I’ve calculated the distance to be at least 600 miles, but we could easily make out the individual reflections. The next night, Tuesday, we could make out over 50 lights in the string. They must have been higher in orbit, and even further west.
This means that the ships that we’re seeing every night in the dark skies over Sedona are up to 10,000 miles out. If an 8′ diameter satellite can be seen brightly over 600 miles away, then 300′ TR3B’s MUST be thousands of miles up when we see them fly over, and fade out over us when leaving orbit.
These OMNI6+ units are amazing, and almost every night someone wants to buy one. I have the best prices, so why not? Contact me directly at michael@ArizonaUFOTours.com for the best deal on the UFO PACK PRO. It comes with the goggle, headmount, laser with battery, extra battery, battery charger, and padded hard shell case. Even I didn’t know these were THAT good!
Just back from the Visions of the Future 2019 Conference in Laughlin, NV, and John and I had a very interesting experience.
Now, I don’t mind going into a casino for 5 minutes, spending 10 bucks and leaving, because that’s just usually how it goes. What has happened in the last few years, however, is the spectrum of frequencies they are now throwing at you in these places! I can’t even think straight on the floor ABOVE the casino, let alone do much good to help other people around me!
That said, it was great to see the folks in the disclosure industry doing their best to get the information out to the public at large. Through books, videos, and even therapy sessions (and UFO Tours), the message IS getting out though, and for that I am grateful. I do hope that Visions of the Future 2019 can grow, and move into a new venue for Visions of the Future 2020. I understand there is a closed-school nearby that would make a great location. Perhaps the promoters can look into that! I have some experience in converting schools for other presentations, as we do it at SummitLIFE every weekend!
I met Mary Hardy at the booth next to ours. She has an amazing story of the challenges she and her husband had raising a son who was communicating with off-worlders right away. They wrote a book that is a great read of a great story of two every-day people who met with a not-every-day problem. They dove deep, and the yield of knowledge for their efforts was worth the trip, so to speak. There is a lot of tech talk, and the vernacular isn’t 100% accurate, (such as attaining a ‘more positive frequency’) but that shouldn’t distract the reader too much from the concepts the authors are trying to convey. Don’t skip the introduction or the preface if you get the book!
I had lunch with Nick Pope, as we were the only two folks sitting at the bar of the Outback Steakhouse that resides within the casino one afternoon. Nick is a fascinating individual with a long history of UFO research, as he was the British Government’s UFO Project head. He’s still doing a lot of work with the Ancient Aliens folks, and has more projects in the works. Click the link to get more info on Nick.
As a footnote, John (Farris) and I stopped into the lounge Saturday evening to hear the Matt Farris band (and why wouldn’t we), when at the end of a song in the middle of their set, their smoke machine went off BIGLY. It was kind of cool until I realized that they had stored up about a week’s worth of Marlboro exhales, and that was what was spewing into the room. At least that’s what my eyes told me with the pain they were feeling. Dry ice is not a greenhouse gas no matter what they say, Matt, so please switch!
The new parking signs went up behind Señor Bob’s at the corner of Coffee Pot Rd. and 89-A in West Sedona. This is where the Arizona UFO Tour for Sedona meets at sundown daily. Sedona UFO Tour Guide’s “Space Buick” will meet you at this point to lead the group caravan style just 3 miles down the road to an unlit gravel parking area just over a hill from Sedona town lights. Michael will dispense an auto-gated goggle for each person (no need to share), and lasers to point out what you see to the others in the group.
Now, at sundown, you’ll know where the Arizona UFO Tour parking is! If you’re going to look for UFOs, isn’t it a good idea to get a guide that knows something about them, their propulsion, their weaponry, and even some of the human projects that use them? Book a tour with the Sedona UFO Tour Guide today!