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A huge expo promising to ask the big questions about the truth behind unidentified flying objects and conspiracy theories is heading for Manchester.
The weekend conference, at Bowlers in Trafford Park, will feature debates, workshops, and games, plus a full size replica of a commonly sighted UFO spaceship.
There’ll even be an FBI alien interrogation room, and the Star Wars inspired Cantina bar will be open on both days.
Animatronics from the recent For The Love Of Sci Fi event at the venue – including working models of the Aliens powerloader, Optimus Prime from Transformers, and E.T. – will also be on show alongside models of other alien species.
The event describes itself as a place “where ufology and conspiracy meets spirituality and consciousness”, and so it will also examine holistic treatments, meditation, clairvoyance, crystals, and Reiki healing via discussions and free workshops.
Guest speakers at Awakening include: star of the Ancient Aliens TV documentary and author of Chariots Of The Gods, Erich Von Daniken; Emmy Award winning TV producer Linda Moulton Howe; former police officer and founder of the national database for police officers reporting UFO sightings, Gary Heseltine; and Stephen Mera, the charman of MAPIT and intenational UFO lecturer.
Explaining the event, organisers said: “We believe we are all infinite spiritual beings experiencing a human life and we all reach a point where we look for answers on what is our purpose in this life.”
“The event is a safe meeting ground for like-minded souls, young and old, from all over the world to come together and celebrate their awakening. Be it spiritual or even conspiracy led.
“We will have a selection of the worlds leading spiritual and ‘truth’ speakers to help visitors whilst sharing their knowledge and experiences.”
The event runs for two days at Bowlers, on Longbridge Road in Trafford Park on March 4-5, from 9am until 7pm daily.
Tickets are available from the official website or via the phone on 0161 876 0007, initially priced at £15 for adults and £8 for children and concessions, or £37 for a family ticket (2 adults & 2 children).
Weekend passes will also be available for £25 for adults, £12 for children and concessions, and £55 for a family ticket (children under 3-years go free). Extra charges apply for the talks from Erich Von Daniken and Linda Moulton Howe on March 4.