Victoria, BC (PRWEB) April 14, 2006
Futurist Alfred Webre presented a peaceful version of SDI in Victoria BC, on May 6th, 2006, for the first time in Canada.
Webre's SDI is the "Star Dreams Initiative" (http://www.peaceinspace.net) and he believes that this peaceful initiative can help protect planet Earth from global self-destruction through our war-like ways and/or through future probable environmental cataclysm caused by global warming.
The presentation of the Star Dreams Initiative (SDI) followed the screening of the new version of the film "Star Dreams -- Exploring the Mystery of the Crop Circles" by Canadian filmmaker Robert Nichol.
SDI is the evolution of Webre's work as former director of the proposed 1977 Carter White House extraterrestrial communication project, a proposal that was prepared through his work as futurist at Stanford Research Institute (SRI).
Carter became interested in the subject of life in the Universe after seeing a UFO in 1969, as he confirmed in a January 2006 interview with GQ Magazine (http://men.style.com/gq/features/full?id=content_4072&pageNum=4).
"The goal of the 1977 project was to fill the knowledge gap on this subject but was terminated because of the political climate at the time," explains Webre.
As a Yale Law School graduate and International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS), who's mission is to promote a ban on space weapons and war in space, Webre brings notable credentials to a field that has been ridiculed for many years.
Webre also says that Robert Nichol’s film on crop circles helped prepare people’s mindset for what he revealed during his presentation after the film.
Nichol’s updated documentary includes new interviews with researchers such as an investigative reporter, a Native American artist, and a former NASA consultant.
The featured investigative reporter is Emmy Award-winning TV producer, Linda Moulton Howe. She explains that some crop circles in the U.S. have been worth studying because they show biochemical and biophysical changes that cannot be made by hoaxers using boards and strings.
During his film interview, renowned Native American artist Rod Bearcloud focuses on the spiritual meaning of crop circles. He believes that they are sent to us by the "Star Nation People," known in our western culture as extraterrestrials.
Native tribes worldwide relate that humanity has been helped by "Star Nation People" throughout our evolution.
At an unprecedented June 1996 conference in Yankton Sioux Reservation in South Dakota, indigenous tribal leaders from around the world gathered with western ET/UFO researchers and shared their spiritual knowledge of "Star Nation People" (http://www.star-knowledge.net/).
"They came because they had seen signs occurring now which had been predicted by ancient prophecies," as per psychologist Dr. Richard Boylan who was at the conference. "These signs signified to them that the time had come to speak openly about their most closely-held oral traditions. These traditions include their origin from the stars."
During the film interview with Richard Hoagland, the audience learned why evidence of an ancient civilization on planet Mars has been concealed by NASA. Hoagland was a former consultant to NASA and a science advisor to Walter Cronkite of CBS News during the historic Apollo Missions to the Moon.
Nichol’s film has been critically acclaimed by many daily newspapers across Canada. The Victoria Time Colonist called the film "fascinating, visually breathtaking" and the Toronto Star described it as "Stunning."
Despite raving audiences and great reviews, Nichol has encountered his share of skeptics in the past years who believe that all crop circles are hoaxed and made by people flattening crops with boards.
Nichol has concluded that only a minority of crop circles are hoaxed. He explains that skeptics often ignore the more complex formations with anomalies that defy our current scientific understanding.
Though science is not the main focus of Nichol’s film, he says that skeptics who believe that science can put an end to the controversy of crop circles might be surprised to learn the results of scientific studies.
As per a 2002 article published in the Providence Journal, prominent scientists were unable to explain how pure iron was first melted and then embedded in some crops without destroying the plant (http://www.projo.com/blogs/shenews/stories/gold_print.cgi.html).
They determined that intense heat had been involved and administered in millisecond bursts. Iron melts at about 2,700 degrees Fahrenheit, which should have incinerated the plant, but it did not.
The article also explains that the most definitive and revealing scientific study ever done on the mystery of crop circles was funded in 1999 by the late billionaire philanthropist Laurance Rockefeller.
Rockefeller funded the Massachusetts-based BLT Research Team, directed by Nancy Talbott. They gathered hundreds of plant and soil samples from a crop circle formation in Edmonton, Canada.
"The plants had both elongated nodes (the "knuckles" along the stem) and expulsion cavities, and the soils contained the peculiar iron spheres, indicating a genuine formation," reports the Providence Journal.
The Rockefeller funded study concludes that "it is possible that we are observing the effects of a new or as yet undiscovered energy source."
The BLT team also reported increased growth rate of formation seedlings, as opposed to controls, in seeds from crop which was mature when crop circle formed.
In addition, some plants were found bent at a 90 degree angle and in some formations, plants were interlaced in complex designs. For more information, see: http://www.bltresearch.com/index.html
Scientific data eliminates the hoax hypothesis for the specific crop circles that have been studied, and leave many questions unanswered.
Nichol explains that there is a consensus among some crop circle researchers that a higher intelligence is not only involved in making most crop circles, but that they are actually communicating to the human race at this time of great turmoil on planet earth.
After many interviews with researchers and experiencers, Nichol concludes that crop circles can help us rise to a higher dimension of consciousness in a way that broadens humanity’s understanding that we are not alone in the universe.
This filmmaker’s perspective is shared by Alfred Webre who has concluded that the Earth has been under quarantine for eons from the more spiritually evolved "Off-Planet Cultures" (OPCs), in part because of humanity's war-like ways.
He believes that we can help leave a legacy of peace and hope to our children and all future human generations by taking specific steps to end the quarantine.
Webre’s views are detailed in his book "Exopolitics – Politics, Government and Law in the Universe," and have received the support of prominent individuals such as Hon. Paul Hellyer, former Defense Minister of Canada and Dr. Bryan O’Leary, former NASA astronaut.
"Much of this book rings true," writes Dr. O’Leary. "Certainly, our civilization cannot go on as we have. We will need all the help we can get to lift ourselves out of tyranny, genocide, and ecocide. So why not reach out toward those who are clearly more wise?"
Mr. Webre's book can be ordered at: http://www.universebooks.com
Individuals or groups interested in screening the film "Star Dreams" in their cities can contact filmmaker Robert Nichol through his website: http://www.stardreams-cropcircles.com
Contacts for media interviews:
Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS)
Contact: Alfred Webre
Genesis Communications Corp. Sajo Productions Inc.
Gibsons Landing, B.C.
Contact: Robert Nichol
Tel: 604) 886-3639
email: devadas (at) telus.net
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