Join Sedona resident and award-winning author, researcher and therapist Dr. Chet Snow, for his 11th annual Crop Circle
show in Sedona. See incredible slides & photo anomalies; hear new
evidence and the latest theories. Dr. Snow has been to
every year since 1991 to study crop circles. Do not miss this Sedona
October 16, 2007, . Admission $15 at the door (no advance
reservations). For further information on this event, call Dr. Snow at
928-204-1962. For more information about crop circles, visit Dr. Snow's web
site at: www.chetsnow.com
Each summer the "circle makers" surprise us with amazing designs of great
beauty and possible cosmic significance. Their origins remain an unsolved
mystery but more is known now about how they are made.
Dr. Chet Snow & his wife Kallista
have studied this phenomenon with annual trips to
for 16 years. His slides and stories are unique.
Also: The 2008 Crop Circle Calendar
will arrive soon. This is the only calendar to feature the 2007 crop circles
with 14 color aerial photos plus color inserts and the moon phases. Price:
$27.34, including AZ sales tax. Every calendar sold helps crop circle research
Available at Chet Snow's talk or by calling him at 928-204-1962.
Chet’s two-hour program at SedonaCreativeLifeCenter features stunning color
slides of the 2007 English, American and international crop circles as well as
reporting the latest research. Since 1978, crop circles have appeared in over
38 countries, including Canada,
and even Russia.
Over 100 were reported world-wide this year including 53 in
and 7 in the USA.
Dr. Snow and his wife, Kallista, recently returned home from several weeks
abroad collecting data on this year’s circles.
Winterbourne Monkton West
On November 16-19, Chet and Kallista will also host an international
conference "Shh! It’s A Secret: Not on the 6
O’Clock News," at the Tempe Embassy Suites, with Lynne Mc Taggart
(author of “The Intention Experiment”), Pleiadian channel and author, Barbara
Marciniak, 9/11 conspiracy expert, Jim Marrs, William Henry, Linda Moulton Howe
and Sedona shaman, Heather Clewett-Jachowski, among others.
Full details on these Tempe
events are at
Chet Snow is best known for his book
Mass Dreams of the Future, first
published by McGraw Hill in 1989, now in its 5th printing. An international
lecturer, tour leader and event planner, Snow has presented his findings linking
ancient prophecies with unusual contemporary events like crop circles on three
continents and before the United Nations in 1994. His work has been featured on
NBC’s Ancient Prophecies and Fox TV’s