Win Tickets to the Paradigm Symposium!

Paradigm Symposium 2013 will take place in St. Paul Minnesota and together attendees and speakers will explore the ancient alien hypothesis and paleo-contact theory through a historical lens. This year’s theme is “Re-visioning our place in History,” and has an incredible line-up of speakers who are experts in the ancient past and theorizing where we come from on a deeper archaeo-esoteric level.


Paradigm Symposium speakers are seasoned researchers, scientists, egyptologists, archaeologists, critical thinkers, and authors who work to bridge the gap between the academic/scientific schools of thought and the more alternative theories that expose and reveal a different take on how we got here and why we did the things we did in our ancient past.

Our publishing partners Red Wheel/Weiser are offering a ticket giveaway ($249+ value) – check it out here. Several disinformation® authors are part of this all star cast*:

Robert Bauval, Egyptologist & Author
Scott Wolter, Host of H2’s America Unearthed
L. A. Marzulli, Nephilim Trilogy & Watchers Series
Dr. Robert Schoch, Geophysicist, author
Nick Redfern, Author
Dr. John Ward, Archaeologist & Author
Anthony F. Sanchez, Author, Sceptre Radio Network
Laird Scranton, Author
Dan Madsen, Publisher Star Trek, Star Wars, Lord of the Rings
David Weatherly, Author
Marie D. Jones, Author
Larry Flaxman, Author
PZ Myers, Evolutionary Biologist
Thomas Fusco, Scientist, author
Dr. John DeSalvo, Biophysicist, Great Pyramid of Giza Research
Micah Hanks, Author, Host of The Gralien Report
Scott Alan Roberts, Author, Publisher of Intrepid Magazine
*Speakers are subject to change without notification.



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10 Comments on "Win Tickets to the Paradigm Symposium!"

  1. Rhoid Rager | Sep 26, 2013 at 9:44 pm |

    At $249 they certainly haven’t shifted from one major paradigm! Yikes!

    • BuzzCoastin | Sep 26, 2013 at 11:52 pm |

      isn’t that a sushi combo meal in Japan?
      or the daily parking tab in NYC?
      or the average traffic rip-off?

      I don’t begrudge them the money
      after all, it’s only entertainment
      fiddling while Rome burns

      • Rhoid Rager | Sep 27, 2013 at 1:27 am |

        I suppose that the ancient alien civilizations would want us to contribute almost a week’s worth of salary in the case of 80% of the US population

        • BuzzCoastin | Sep 27, 2013 at 1:36 am |

          true that
          but does Joe Six fit into that crowd
          that’s for poor by choice white boys
          champagne taste on a cheap beer budget
          but really
          it’s entertainment
          bread & circus for the disinfoed

          • Rhoid Rager | Sep 27, 2013 at 1:55 am |

            I try not to pay for my entertainment these days. In most cases, it’s the same as paying for GMO foods.

          • BuzzCoastin | Sep 27, 2013 at 11:35 am |

            right on
            it’s not about the cost of the entertainment
            it’s whether or not one knows it’s enetrtrainment

  2. WTF is this gathering supposed to produce of any value? Ancient Aliens? There is no verifiable, conclusive evidence that Aliens, ancient or not, have been involved in human history – none. The “ancient alienist” seem to take the position, if we can’t explain it then the default answer is the aliens did it.

    • Capital G | Sep 27, 2013 at 2:13 pm |

      For a lot of the evidence they give, you could replace the words “ancient aliens” with “advanced human beings”. We can either conclude extraterrestrials influenced us, or human civilization has gone through cycles of advancement and decline.

      Referring to historical accounts of beings disseminating instructions and knowledge, like Viracoacha, these could be earth-bound spirits, or interdimensional visitors, rather than ETs. The evidence they present about our historical past is very compelling, even if the ET conclusion isn’t.

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