Posts Tagged ‘Santa Fe’
The Santa Fe Wellness Expo will take place next Saturday 4/16. My friend Nancy Wallace will be doing a presentation on A Child’s Miracle Mind and The School of Now. Friends Barbara Besser and Jen Klarfield will be exhibitors along with lots of other good people that I don’t know. :-)
The Quest ABQ will be taking place May 22 at the Marriott Pyramid. Healers, psychics and that type of thing.
As most of you know there is also the Wake Up Now! UFO/Paranormal conference on April 29, 30 and May 1 at the Bosque Event Center at the Santa Ana Casino. Sadly Bill Birnes had to cancel, but there are still lots of great speakers like Richard Dolan, Colin Andrews, Norio Hayakawa, Greg Bishop, Dolores Cannon and Meg Blackburn Losey just to name a few.
This book sounds very cool! From Amazon:
When thinking of New Mexico, few Americans think spy-vs.-spy intrigue, but in fact, to many international intelligence operatives, the state s name is nearly synonymous with espionage, and Santa Fe is a sacred site. The KGB’s single greatest intelligence and counterintelligence coups, and the planning of the organization’s most infamous assassination, all took place within one mile of Bishop Lamy’s statue in front of Saint Francis Cathedral in central Santa Fe.
In this fascinating guide, former CIA agent E. B. Held uses declassified documents from both the CIA and KGB, as well as secondary sources, to trace some of the most notorious spying events in United States history. His work guides modern visitors through the history of such events as the plot to assassinate Leon Trotsky, Ted Hall s delivery of technical details of the atom bomb to the KGB, and the controversial allegations regarding Los Alamos National Laboratory scientist Dr. Wen Ho Lee’s contacts with China.
Held provides background material as well as modern site locations to allow Cold War enthusiasts the opportunity to explore in a whole new way the settings for these historical events.
E. B. Held is a retired CIA clandestine operations officer. From 2002 to 2009, he was Chief of Counterintelligence at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. He currently serves as Director of Intelligence and Counterintelligence at the Department of Energy in Washington, D.C.
According to the article, written by V.M. Windes, starting on the night of July 11, 1966 and continuing nightly for the span of about 2 weeks, the Quintana family house was attacked by someone or some unseen thing throwing rocks.
Llano is a village in a valley of the Sangre de Cristo mountains, between Santa Fe and Taos, NM.
During the two weeks of this the police and entire town kept a nightly watch on the house and searched the area “armed with guns and lights” and found nothing. Many emptied their guns in the direction that the rocks were coming from, but apparently never hit whatever was throwing them, as there was never any blood and certainly no body.
Although the article doesn’t make quite clear whether the bouncing lights happened in conjunction with the rock throwing, people also claimed to see bluish or greyish golf ball sized orbs of light near the house, along the river. They bounced along “way higher than a man’s head” before disappearing into the trees.
City: Santa fe
Region: New Mexico
Distance: Over one mile
Entity Type: Unknown
3 of my students and I saw what looked like a black bird way up in the sky but it was much too big and did not move like a bird. It seemed to hover in one place and then move. It kept doing these odd movements for about 10 minutes or so and there appeared 3 jets up in the same area. My students saw the black object decend straight down to the ground very quickly from very high above. That is what we saw. We are in the south area of santa fe NM
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Case Number: 22609
Log Number: US-04012010-0023
Submitted Date: 2010-04-01 23:10 GMT
Event Date: 2010-03-31 22:30 GMT
City: Santa Fe
Region: New Mexico
Distance: Over one mile
Vallee Index: MA1
Last night, as I drove to a friend’s house, I noticed three very bright objects, very low in the sky. At first glance, I thought they were just stars. As I turned onto the road that goes to my friend’s house, I realized that not only were the objects far too big, bright and low to be stars, but they were aligned in an almost straight line, sort of like Orion’s Belt. They were at an angle, approximately 20 degrees, and the left side was the lowest point. I parked in my friend’s driveway, got out of my truck, looked for where the objects were in relation to the house, and decided that the lights were definitely not on the mountain (like car headlights coming down from the ski basin.) I looked around in the sky and noticed that there were no other stars visible. It was sort of cloudy all evening. I called my friend on the phone to tell him to come outside right away. (And actually another friend was visiting, too, so they both came outside.) I didn’t want to take my eyes off of the objects, just in case they moved or did something interesting. My friends came outside and I pointed them in the right direction. I asked them what they thought the objects were. My one friend said immediately that she thought they were UFOs, and the other friend asked if they might be helicopters. We watched the objects for a good 10 minutes. They did not move at all. The strange part, in my opinion, is that it seemed like the more we talked about them, the dimmer they got. And they faded out, one by one. The one of the far left end went dim first. As it went out, the next one got dim, then disappeared. The third object/light, on the right end, didn’t fade out immediately. We stood there watching it until it eventually disappeared, like the light switch was simply flipped to ‘off.’ And I mean it disappeared instead of going dim. From the time I noticed the objects to the time the third one finally disappeared, no more than fifteen minutes elapsed. During this “sighting”, after the first object disappeared from view, my female friend and I jokingly talked about how they knew we were watching them. I wasn’t exactly joking, though. I had the distinct feeling that the objects were aware of our awareness of them. And I felt like the third object “chose” to stay in view for a little while longer to make a point. Yes, as ridiculous as that seems. And yes, it occurred to me that it is April Fool’s Day, but I am indeed telling the truth.
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Saturday I made a special trip to start my yearly stocking up on green chile from Hatch, NM. I buy it already roasted and then bag and freeze it. I like to buy from several different places because each batch is normally slightly different. I try to buy enough to last the entire year because after harvest time it is hard to find. So that was the first of many stocking up trips to come. Also stocked up on Hatch red chile powder, though I prefer green chile there are many things that only red will do for. Most New Mexicans, myself included, are chile snobs. We know that we have the best chile in the world and nothing else will do. We also eat a lot of chile, we eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner — snacks too. The farmer’s market I went to was packed with other people stocking up on chile. BTW, you do not want to peel or handle NM chiles without gloves — if you make that mistake you will pay for many days.
It is also Santa Fe Fiesta time. Frankly, I don’t attend the fiesta normally, but it is very popular and people come from all over the world. This year is the 400th anniversary of Santa Fe, so I would hope that the fiesta is even better than normal. My favorite thing and probably the most popular part is the burning of Zozobra (or old man gloom). It isn’t exactly Burning Man, but it is a 50 foot man and best of all he screams, moans and his arms flap about while he is burning.
Here in Albuquerque, we have the State Fair starting next weekend. It used to be the 2nd largest in the US, but I am not sure if that is still true. As you can see, it has a large midway. Aside from that, there are lots of cultural events going on in the Indian and Hispanic Villages. Tons of great food (my favorite part), lots of animals, horse shows, concerts, several art galleries and much more.
Next month, on Oct 3rd, starts the event that Albuquerque is probably most famous for – the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Once again, something that people from around the world come to see and I almost never go to. I never got because 1) you have to get there at the crack of dawn 2) it is cold out in Oct at the crack of dawn. However, we do often go up to Sandiago’s at the tram and watch the balloon glow at night. I like that because we avoid most of the balloon glow traffic and can sit inside where it is warm sipping margaritas while we watch the glowing for below. We also often do that on 4th of July. Not as spectacular as being there in person, but good enough for me since I don’t care much for crowds.
Will sell out!
Click here to purchase tickets or call 1-800-905-3315.
Full day talk $50.00. Sunday, October 11, 2009 from 10 AM to 5 PM
Hilton Santa Fe Golf Resort and Spa at Buffalo Thunder
20 Buffalo Thunder Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87506 The David Icke Live event in Santa Fe on October 11, 2009, is a benefit for The School of Now in Los Lunas, NM, which is a project of A Child’s Miracle Mind, Inc., a 501c3 organization. Ticket price is tax deductible. Acclaimed British writer and speaker David Icke is changing history with his controversial research and revelations about the true nature of reality that has been kept from humanity for too long. Join 2000 other courageous truth seekers for a day that will change your life forever. Over more than seven hours, and with 1000 images, David will expose the hidden hand behind global events in what is one of the most challenging times in human history. Doing nothing is no longer an option and people must get informed about what is really happening in their world. Do it for yourself—do it for the children.
For more information contact Catherine Hart, Publicist, 575-776-1425
Thanks to Mike!