The 2014 Modern Knowledge Tour focusing on UFOs and aliens is planned for May 24 to June 15 and will be held at various locations across Canada, said co-organizer Christoper Russak.
“Basically, the tour will be in 11 cities,” he said. “I aim to have them hosted at universities in the major cities.”
This tour will include Halifax, N.S., Charlottown, PEI, Moncton and Fredericton, NB, Montreal, Que., Ottawa and Toronto, Ontario, Winnipeg, MB, Regina, SK, Calgary, AB and Vancouver, BC. Each will consist of a full day conference that will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. with three speakers at each, Russak explained.
Either the day before or after the conference, he said, there will be “small group workshops with 20 to 30 people” able to take part “with a speaker of interest.” For example, Linda Moulton Howe has already made arrangements for a workshop related to the“Taxonomy of ET Species.”
Other guest speakers expected to attend one of the conferences are Richard Dolan, author of such books as A.D. After Disclosure: When the Government Finally Reveals The Truth About Alien Contact and UFOs & the National Security State, and scientist, historian and explorer, Michael Tellinger, who wrote Slave Species of Gold – The Story of Humankind from the Cradle of Humankind.
Still other include nuclear physicist Stanton S. Friedman, author of a number of books including The Aztec Incident: Recovery at Hart Canyon, Flying Saucers and Science, and Top Secret/Majic. Others will be Kerry Lynn Cassidy of Project Camelot, Linda Moulton Howe of the Earth Files, ufologist and researcher, Grant Cameron, Dr. Carmen Boulter of The Pyramid Code, and Ben Stewart (Talismanic Idols)
Those expected to attend via Skype include author/researcher Michael Tsarian, biblical historian Ralph Ellis, teacher, author and explorer of ancient pyramids Dr. Sam. Osmanagich, writer/documentary filmmaker G. Edward Griffin and astro-theologist Santos Bonacci.
Although there may be some last minute changes, Russak said there could be even more speakers at these events. As well he said, there will be an opportunity to meet with them after their talks.
“They will be available to talk and will have their books” for sale as well, Russak noted.
He added that specific dates, places and times for the tour are to be released on February 15. If this year’s tour is successful he said, “We’re hoping it will be an annual event.”
For those who wish to obtain a record of these conferences Russak said, “It’s all going to be documented” in what is expected to be a two-hour film. He added that the film will not only cover the speakers but also give an overview of the tour and include “behind the scene chit chats.”