It’s the day before I leave for Scottsdale, Arizona, and the 21st annual 2012 International UFO Congress. My fourth. Anyone who hasn’t been there scratches his or her head when I announce the purpose of my February 22-27 trip. Since I rarely fly (concerned about my energy footprint), and since I don’t talk much with others about this interest in all things other-than-ordinary, my announcement lifts eyebrows.
Don’t know how much blogging I’ll get in while there. Probably none. Might not even take my computer. But no doubt you’ll see plenty from me when I get back to Bloomington.
Meanwhile, to whet your appetite, here’s a post that I wrote on my return from the 2011 UFO Congress about the demographics of this unusual subculture that is still mostly ignored, and when not, then ridiculed. And there’s plenty more where that post came from. Search “UFO Congress” on this site to find them. And, for those who have absolutely no experience in navigating this epistemologically fraught area of “reality,” see the seven posts I wrote during my first UFO Congress, back in 2009 (archived at www.tendrepress.com). You’ll no doubt sense, and share, the quandary I was in, trying to make good clear sense of it all, trying to refuse this and accept that, on and on and on, until the top of my head just blew off.
I had no choice but to surrender to the mystery of uncertainty. From that moment on, I’ve focused on generating inner stability and equanimity in the midst of accelerating mental and spiritual expansion.
Then, if the top of your head blows off successfully and you’re hungry for more, there’s plenty more dealing with UFOs and ETs and intra- and extra dimensional realities on this site. Out of nearly 1500 posts in the year that this exopermaculture.com has been up, probably a good 15% of them have to do with this still somewhat taboo aspect of “exo.”
So, while I may surprise you by blogging while at the Congress, most likely NOT!
Until next Tuesday, February 28th, I remain, your faithful (rogue) philosopher, Ann K.