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UFO Contactee Luis Fernando Mostajo Maertens (Bolivia) to speak LIVE in Toronto, Canada Sept 6 2013

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posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 12:39 PM
Just thought that all the UFO/ET heads on ATS who live in and/or around the Greater Toronto Area may be interested in this. Some consider him to be one of the most important modern day contactees of this day.

Luis Fernando Mostajo Maertens hails from Cochabamba, Bolivia and was born in 1964. He has experienced many physical encounters with ETs, who have given him guidance and assistance since he was 13 in 1977.

Rahma Mission Toronto is the group responsible for bringing him to town. The event takes place at Conspiracy Culture Bookstore on Queen St. West.

No cover charge but donations will help out the group and assist with Luis' travel expenses.

I should be there... hopefully some of you guys can make it too.

posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 01:32 PM
Thanks for the info...

I'm a bit far
I would have loved to go...

posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 04:18 PM
Well I'm in Michigan and I'd love to hop over the bridge and attend. But travel is not open to Canada anymore quite as freely as when I was younger and had visits to Canada on family vacations. Back twenty years ago you didn't need passports to visit Canada, but in today's climate I believe you do.

Since my passport use to be my military I'd, only all of my other family members have passports! While I have an expired military Id.

I'd have to pay extra money I don't have just to get over to Canada... I guess fun excursions like this will have to wait until my children are grown and they don't need that extra money more than I do for hobby and interest.

Most definitely would love to hear of your experience when you do go, though.


posted on Sep, 6 2013 @ 01:07 PM
so I just spoke to the event organizer and Luis is in Toronto. The talk starts at 7pm and lasts a couple hours. Anyone making the trek? I'll be there.

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