Have you made plans for this weekend yet? If you haven’t, and you’re anywhere near San Diego, California, drop whatever you’re doing and make plans to attend the world’s strangest celebration. It’s called the Interplanetary Conclave of Light, and it’s a celebration of the day Earth entered the Interplanetary Confederation (a space-faring United Nations) some 27 years ago. That’s right, it’s an interplanetary holiday celebrated on Earth and 33 other planets, if you believe the information disseminated by the Unarius Academy of Science.
This UFO celebration day got its start in the 80’s, when Unarius founder Ruth L. Norman started appearing on talk shows throughout the country discussing positive energy, other planes of being, and UFOlogy. Norman is known to Unarius members as Uriel. “In this incarnation, she was Ruth Norman, but she was really a cosmic entity known as Uriel,” said spokeswoman Tracey Kennedy. “Between 1972 and 1974, she was contacted by representatives from the other planets, and they invited Earth to join the confederation. Earth is the last planet to join. The other 32 are communicating with each other and traveling back and forth.”
Among the scheduled events are a field trip to a future UFO landing spot (where the aliens will build an intergalactic library by stacking their ships on top of one another like a modular home or the International Space Station), the Procession of Planets parade, a release of peace doves (one for each planet in the Confederation) and of course, a telepathic press conference with a real live “space brother,” the Unarian term for an extraterrestrial.
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