Contact in the Desert June 1-4, 2018

Indian Wells, CA. – Interest in Contact in the Desert, the most renowned UFO conference in the world, is surging due to a recent story in the New York Times detailing some of the findings of a “mysterious UFO program.” The story included video of a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet encountering an unknown flying object. The article details a 22 million dollar program hidden deep within the Pentagon budget. This program’s the expressed intent “to investigate aerial threats,” included what the military preferred to call “unidentified aerial phenomena” or simply “objects.” The story explains that this is surprising news because the United States military announced in 1969 that “UFOs were not worth studying.”

Contact in the Desert holds its 6th annual event at a new location, the Rennaissance Resort and Hotel in Indian Wells, California. On June 1-4, Contact in the Desert will bring together an all-star team of experts to discuss the latest developments in the field, including the recently disclosed secret Pentagon UFO program. More than a conference, the attendees can gain knowledge and the most up to date info on UFOs and ancient alien studies.

The event is an epic weekend of adventure. Several concurrent tracks will focus on the science of UFOs, extraterrestrial life, and ancient aliens. Experts in human origins, crop circles, government disclosure will link lectures about UFO sightings and proof of alien visitation. Speakers will present insights into interplanetary living, contact and abduction experiences, and the “need to know.” The conference features 46 lectures, 34 workshops, 8 panels, and 14 intensives.

Many exhibits will be showing cutting-edge technology for modern lifestyles including Vibrate Fitness with vibration platform machines. “These vibration exercise machines were invented for the cosmonauts almost 40 years ago because they were losing muscle mass and bone density in the zero gravity of outer space,” said Nils Vidstrand “This was the beginning of resistance and low impact training. Scientists devised a way for muscle fibers to contract efficiently and proved that 10 minutes on a whole body vibration machine equaled 40 to 60 minutes on a stationary bike in conventional exercise.” For more about the space age history of vibration platform machines, click here.

“Another benefit of standing on the plate is tension relieving,” continued Vidstrand. “Several lecturers make it to our booth for a mini-workout to get the circulation going and to calm their nerves before going on stage.”  With over 46 lectures at the convention, the vibration machines will be working non-stop to take care of any stage fright, as well as energize attendees.

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