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The X-Conference delivers the UFO/ET issues to the doorsteps
of the White House, the Congress and the political media.


1: the art or science of government as concerned with guiding or influencing governmental policy toward extraterrestrial-related phenomena and extraterrestrial beings.

2: exopolitical actions, practices, or policies.

3: the exopolitical opinions or sympathies of a person.

4: the total complex of relations between the human race and non-human, intelligent beings.


disclosure - formal acknowledgement by the world's governments of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the planet.

disclosure process - private and public efforts to bring about disclosure since 1947, which intensified after 1991 and the end of the Cold War.

truth embargo - a policy initiated by the U. S. government with the cooperation of its WWII allies to withhold from their citizens the truth of extraterrestrial, non-human beings engaging the human race.   Disclosure would mark the end of the truth embargo.

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Breaking News   (4/7/10):  Witness to the UK 1980 Bentwaters incident, John Burroughs, will present in conjunction with Linda Moulton Howe.

Breaking News (3/26/10):  The documentary The Day Before Disclosure will premiere on Friday evening after the Cocktail Party.  See: Trailer

Paradigm Research Group is pleased to announce it will bring to the National Press Club in Washington, DC a powerful group of speakers to focus on the governmental, political and media aspects of UFO/ET/and related issues - exopolitics.   Collectively, the X-Conference speakers hold enough knowledge of extraterrestrial-related phenomena and government involvement with this phenomena to end the government imposed truth embargo tomorrow.    All it would take is for the political leaders and the political media to pay attention.   And yes, once again they will be invited.

Venue:  the National Press Club, 529 14th Street (14th and F St.), 13th Floor, NW, Washington, DC.  Main Ballroom, Holman Lounge and 1st Amendment Room



Topics:  The government imposed truth embargo Rockefeller Initiative UFO/ET connections to the Obama administration U. S. Presidents and Exopolitics 1980 UK Bentwaters case Disclosure UFOs and the National Security State Developments in the UK Extraordinary developments in Brazil UFO/ET Connections to Russia and the Soviet Union, much more.

Schedule:  Friday - Meet the Speakers Cocktail Party;  Saturday - lectures, banquet with keynotes, PRG Awards, special guests, documentary screening; Sunday - lectures, documentary screening;  Monday - National Press Club press conference (public welcome). 

Speakers:  Cheryll Jones (Host); George Knapp; Richard DolanA. J. Gevaerd (Brazil); George Haas; Gary Heseltine (United Kingdom); Linda Moulton Howe; John Burroughs; Jim Nichols; William Saunders; Paul Stonehill; Stephen Bassett; more TBA.

Speakers Cocktail Party:  On Friday night there is a dinner's worth of hors d'oeuvres along with wine, sodas and a cash bar.  You can meet the conference speakers and pick up advanced registration packets or register in order to avoid the Saturday morning rush.   The registration desk will be open from 6:30 to 9:30 pm.

Banquet: A sitdown dinner will include a vegetarian option along with white and red table wines and a cash bar for beer and cocktails,  Keynotes by TBA, presentation of PRG Awards for Political Courage, Courage in Journalism, Intellectual Courage, Disclosure, and Lifetime Achievement.

Special Luncheon Presentations:  Saturday (George Noory) and Sunday (George Haas and William Saunders).  Full service, sit down lunch with speaker.

Documentary:  The Day Before Disclosure by Terje Toftenes and New Paradigm Films plus Q&A with Richard Dolan, Stephen Bassett.  See: Trailer.   This showing is free and open to the public.  No ticket or Day Pass is required.

Exhibitors:  Conspiracy Cafe, TBA

Hotels:  Attendees will make their own arrangements.  There are two dozen hotels within a few blocks of the National Press Club.  The X-Conference has a discount arrangement with the Harrington (mention "X-Conference") and the J. W. Marriott (booking code: PRGPRGA).  See: Hotel section.  

Food:  No food or beverage may be brought into the National Press Club.   If you are not attending one of the Special Luncheons, the NPC's Fourth Estate Restaurant serves about 70.   The Corner Bakery is right of the first floor of the Press Building.  The  Soho Cafe & Market with full buffet is right off the second floor of the Press Building..

Parking:  Some metered street parking.   Garages:  PMI (1325 G St.), Colonial (607 14th St.), Interpark (1920 L St.), Marc Parc (601 13th St.), Marc Parc (1201 F St.).

Metro Station Metro Center, 607 13th St. NW, Washington, DC 20005   (two blocks away)

Airport:  by far the most convenient airport is Reagan National.   It is a Blue or Yellow/Red line to the Metro Center station or an inexpensive 10-minute taxi ride to the NPC.

May is an excellent time for an extended stay in Washington, DC,
and the Washington Mall and Monuments are only blocks away. 

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