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Dr. John Mack event May 11 New York City

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  • stig.agermose@xxxxxxx.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
    On Fri, 30 Apr 1999 17:09:46 GMT, in alt.alien.research
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1, 1999
      On Fri, 30 Apr 1999 17:09:46 GMT, in alt.alien.research
      uui77@... wrote:

      >PRESS RELEASE - - - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
      >
      >JOHN E. MACK, M.D.
      >TRANSFORMATIVE LESSONS OF ALIEN ENCOUNTERS
      >
      >Tuesday May 11, 7 PM
      >Academy of Medicine, 1216 5th Avenue (at 103rd Street), New York City
      >To reserve tickets (212) 713-5664
      >Tickets sold at the door: $20 or $10 with student I.D. (Doors open at 6 PM)
      >
      >JOIN HARVARD PSYCHIATRIST AND PULITZER PRIZE-WINNING author John E. Mack,
      >M.D., as he presents his latest research into the "alien abduction"
      >phenomenon and previews his upcoming book, Passport to the Cosmos:
      >Transformative Lessons of Alien Encounters (Crown, September 1999).
      >
      >The staff of PEER and several experiencers will join Dr. Mack in an
      >exploration of how these reported experiences may effect our culture and our
      >deeply held notions of ourselves and our view of the world.
      >
      >Since publishing his 1994 bestseller Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens,
      >Dr. Mack has taken a cross-cultural approach to the study of this phenomenon.
      >Dr. Mack and his colleagues at PEER (the Program for Extraordinary Experience
      >Research) have interviewed more than 200 individuals from six continents
      >including members of the Native American and the African Zulu cultures.
      >
      >The wisdom shared by members of native cultures and the evolving perspectives
      >offered by people within our own culture who have had these experiences has
      >resulted in a compelling synthesis that may offer a way for the Western world
      >to come to terms with these extraordinary experiences.
      >
      >"'This phenomenon, both traumatic and transformative, can expand our sense of
      >ourselves and
      >our understanding of reality, and awaken our muted potential as explorers of a
      >universe rich in
      >mystery, meaning, and intelligence." - John E. Mack, M.D.
      >
      >
      >FOR MORE INFORMATION:
      >PEER | Program for Extraordinary Experience Research
      >http://www.peer-mack.org
      >
      >email: peermack@...
      >
      >
      >
      >
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