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: L-, e- UNSRC PARAPSYCHOLOGY SOCIETY, UNITED NATIONS
SYMPOSIUM ON EXTRATERRESTRIALS AND
Friday, 2nd of Oct. , UN Dag Hammarskjold Auditorium, 5:30-10:00
1. AIMS: short Term: Encourage the UN to implement its Decision
33/426 of Dec. 18, 1978, which called for the
"sstablishment of an agency or a department of the
United Nations for undertaking, coordinating and
disseminating the results of rersearch into
unidentified flying objects and related phenomena. "
Egnglggrgg Prepare world public opinion to co-exist and
cooperate with life on other planets, if any, and to
examine whether ETs have any connection with the present
quick changes worldwide.
2.SPEAKERS: Stanton FRIEDMAN, Bud HOPKINS, Linda HOWE
(noon slide/ video/ lecture), Dr. Norma MILANOVICH,
Robert BLETCHMAN, coordinator; Enrique RENARD,
3. FORMAT: A restricted lecture-type presentation with slides and
videotapes, as appropriate, for UN staff and delegates,
as well as for correspondents and representatives
of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) aaé-eerre-
spendeate accreditted to the UN. Each speaker will talk
for one hour, including ten minutes for questions and
answers. An open letter to the Secretary-Generaal and to
UN Committee on Peaceful Use of Outer Space will be
read out at the end of the evening.
4. PROGRAM: 5:30 PM: FRIEDMAN: COSHIC WATERGATE
1. Brief history of UFO's and their kinds
7. Where they come from and what do they want
3. The denial dynamics: (a) why government
cover-up; (b) Roots of individual defence
4. Future projections
30 SHUESSLER: MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
1. Medical evidence of injuries
2. Scientific evidence: How technlogically
different are UFO's (size, fuel, abilities,
field graphs, etc. )
3. How to identify UFOs and what to do in
encounters with them
(7:30: 15-HINUTE BREAK)
7:45 HOPKINS: HUMAN EVIDENCE (with guest abductees)
1. How different are ETs (shape, abilities,
language, emotions, etc. )
2. What's common among the abductees before and
after abduction (psychologically and
physically before, clinically after)
8:45 MILANOVICH: COSMIC-SPIRITUAL EVIDENCE/ EXPERIENCE
1. The neglected crucial question: Why are they
here, and do they really talk about it?
2. Who are the good guys and the bad guys and how
3. The ethical question: Are the abductors
differnt in values and emotions?
4. What can we learn from them: government,
disarmament, economy, energy medicine,
communication, theology, etc. )
9:45-10:15 PANEL DISCUSSION AND OPEN LETTER
GUIDELINES: Focus should be on the human future. This requires
making the Symposium more practical than informative, that is. to
be a guide as to how to deal with outer intelligence and what to
learn from it. Due to time limit, it is highly advisable to cite
incidents briefly and only if they represent a general trend or
pattern. According to UN policy, promotion of books and other works
is available only outside the main Auditorium. Special tables are
designated for the purpose. If you need space or help, please let
us know. All speakers invited might be recommended for inclusion in
a future rostrum of consultants to the United Nations in the field
of outer intelligence.
Thank you for your contribution
to the progress of our cosmic family
Mohamma A. Ramadan
President ' ' “r
¡2¡2) 963_65°5 (office) Parapsychology Society
(212) 687-1832 (residence) United Nations Staff
United Nations, Room S-$755, GCPO Box 20, New York, NY 10017
!fem-ral Arscmltly-Jrhirty-tltird Senior¡
3. Decision: adapter¡ on the reports o] the Special Political Committee
33/426. Establieltment of an agency or a depart-
ment of the United Nations for under--
taking, co-ordinnting and diseeminating
the resulta of research into unidentified
flying objects and related phenonrena
At its 87th pienary meeting, on 18 December 1978,
the General Assembly, on the recommendation of the
Special Political Committee. " adopted the following
text as representing the consensus of the members of
“l. 'The General Assembly has taken note of
the statements madeâ' and draft rcsolutions sub-
mitted. ” by Grenada at the thirty-second and thirty-
third sessions of the General Assembly regarding
unidentified ñying objects and related phenomena.
"2. The General Assembly invites interested
Member States to take appropriate steps to co-
ordinate on a national level scientific research and
investigation into extraterrestrial life, including un-
39 lbid. , agenda item 126, document A/33/5l2, para. 9.
37 lbid. , Thirly-second Session, Special Political Committee,
35th meeting, paras. 2-20 (also A/ SPC/32/PV.3§. pp. 2 and 3),
37th meeting. paras. 44 and 45, and 40th meeting, paras. _3-8;
and ibid. , Thirry-¡hird Session. Special Political Committee.
47th meeting, paras. 2-6 (also A/ SPC/33/PVJS and 3_6).
35A/ SPC/32/L2O (for the text of the draít_ KBSOiUUOD, see
Oficial Record: of th: General Assembly, ThIrfy-. recond Se: -
síon. Annexes, agenda item 123, document A/32/430. R373- 7):
A/ SPC/33/L20 (for the text of the draít resolution. _S06
Oúicíal Record: of th: General Arszmbly. ThtrU-¡Íwd 5651071.
Annexn, agenda item 126, document A/33/5l2. para. S).
identified ñying objects, and to inform the Secre-
tary-Gcneral of the observations, research and eval-
uation of such activities.
"J. The Gcncml Assembly rcquests the Secre-
tary-General to lransmit the statements of the dele-
gation of Grenada and the relevant documentation
to the Committee on the Pcaccful Uses of Outer
Space, so that it may consider them at its session
"4. The Committee on the Peaceíul Uses of
Outer Space will permit Grenada, upon its request,
to present its views to the Committee at its session
in 1979. The Committee: dcliberation will be in-
cluded tn its report which will be considered by
the General Assembly at its thirty-founh session. "
3° See also scct. Il, resolutions 33/183 A to O.
4° Oñcíal Record: of the General Assembly. Thir/ y-ihird
Session, Anncxer, agenda ítem 32, document A/33/453.