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The San Francisco Tesla Society

   Presents a free presentation by
                 Ian Christopher

        "Something Wonderful
              Has Happened
                              But It Was Not In The News!"

Sunday, April 9, 2000 1:00 p.m.
at 3220 Sacramento Street (near Lyon)
San Francisco, California

Join us for the Northern Premiere of a new documentary highlighting the last Crop Circle Season of the 20th Century. Researcher/Director, Ian Christopher will be on hand to screen the program, which features new dazzling aerial footage of over 65  season taken by award-winning videographer, Peter Sorensen and  included are a variety of ground views walk-throughs of these amazing formations   The  was recently nominated for two awards at the 9th Annual International UFO Congress Convention and Film Festival. It is the result of a seven-year collaboration between a talented group of artists dedicated to showcasing the Circle Maker's Art. Ian Christopher will offer his analysis and reveal new findings that define the importance of the Crop Circle Phenomenon. He will address the ramifications that this information may have on our society as we begin the 21st Century.

See online.

Ian Christopher is an independent research analyst with 30 years experience investigating science, medicine, politics, economics and law issues. He is the Director of the Mariposa-Pacific Research Institute in Palo Alto, California. Ian is also a student of Constitutional Law and an accomplished musician with 2 decades of experience creating instrumental musical soundscapes long before the advent of "New Age" music. His belief in our First Amendment right to acquire and share hidden knowledge, is the foundation for his public presentations.

For more information about the San Francisco Tesla Society or this lecture, call (415) 931-2593 or visit us online at .

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