Washington, DC (PRWEB) March 24, 2010
Paradigm Research Group (PRG) announced today X-Conference 2010 will be held on May 7-9 at the National Press Club (NPC) in Washington, DC, two blocks from the White House, twelve blocks from the Capitol Building and near every major national and international media organization covering the nation’s capital. Online registration is up at: http://www.x-conference.com
This is the sixth X-Conference produced by PRG, an advocacy organization dedicated to ending the now 62-year truth embargo imposed by the United States government on the formal acknowledgement of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race.
While there have been numerous press events at the NPC addressing UFO/ET related issues, this will be the first time a full conference on this subject matter has been held there. PRG hopes to make the NPC the permanent home for this event which is open to the public.
Topics will include: the government imposed truth embargo; the Rockefeller Initiative and the UFO/ET connections to the Obama administration; the Cydonia/Martian Codex; Disclosure; the RAF Bentwaters case; the Eisenhower briefing memo; UFOs and the National Security State; police sightings database and developments in the UK; extraordinary developments in Brazil; UFO/ET connections to Russia and the Soviet Union; and more.
This year there will be eight lectures, two special luncheon presentations, a Speaker's Cocktail Party and the PRG Awards Banquet. A press conference will be held on Monday, May 10 at 10 am in the NPC's First Amendment Room for announcements relating to the growing international Disclosure movement.
Former CNN news anchor Cheryll Jones will host. Speakers will include: George Noory of Coast to Coast AM (Special Luncheon Presentation); George Haas and William Saunders (Special Luncheon Presentation); Stephen Bassett; Richard Dolan; A. J. Gevaerd (Brazil); Gary Heseltine (UK); Linda Moulton Howe; George Knapp; Paul Stonehill and Jim Nichols.
The close proximity to the White House, Congress and media (there are scores of news organizations based in the National Press Building) increases the prospect of political staffers and press attending the conference itself over the weekend. As always, invites will go out to White House and Congressional staff. Those who attend will be sending a strong message that the U. S. government must and will address openly the extraterrestrial presence issue.
The National Press Club is two blocks from the Metro Center Station. There are two dozen hotels close by, and PRG has special booking arrangements with the Harrington and J. W. Marriott hotels.
Information on X-Conference 2010 and past X-Conferences is found at: http://www.x-conference.com