©Copyright September 18, 2006 by Xellaine Beith

Unlimited Horizons presents….
Part 1
Ancient Astronauts and Alternative History
with Bill Stanley

Then…. (after the break)
Part 2
What Is the Afterlife?
with Bill Stanley

Sunday, November 12, 2006
2:30 to 5:30
South Santa Rosa Recreation Center
800 Shoreline Dr.
Gulf Breeze, FL
A donation of $7.00 will be requested at the door.

Ancient Astronauts and Alternative History:
Bill Stanley has intently studied the theories of Zecharia Sitchin, Lloyd Pye, Will Hart, Michael Cremo, and other authors in the Alternative History realm.   The so-called ancient astronaut thesis and alternative study of history that is counter to mainstream thinking has become an exciting field.  As we learn more about the advanced civilizations that existed before the "official history" taught in our schools, we are also broadening our horizons and learning about a larger universe that we all belong to as galactic citizens.

Bill Stanley's presentation covers the basic tenets of the theory as posited by Zecharia Sitchin and offers several areas of supporting evidence, ranging from genetics to astronomy to geology and biology.

What Is the Afterlife?
After the break, Bill will discuss what he has learned from the scientific community and research done by such notables of Dr. Gary Schwartz, Sir Oliver Lodge, Sir William Crookes, and also certain reliable mediums of the past and present who have left an astounding record of spirit communications regarding:


* How We Live Our Lives
* Why We Came Here To Earth in the First Place
* What Happens After We Die
* What Life Is Like Between Lives
* Why We Live Many Lives

 

About Bill Stanley:
Bill grew up in East Tennessee and, except for a tour of duty in the U.S. Marines and frequent travel, has spent most of his life in the Appalachian Mountains of Tennessee.
 

Bill Stanley, a graduate of the University of Tennessee, is a technical graphics specialist and technical editor who lives and works in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.  He is currently working on a project that is cleaning up Oak Ridge facilities dating back to the Cold War, World War II, and the Manhattan Project.