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November 2013 - Andrew Johnson Lecture - 9/11 - Finding The Truth


9/11 - FINDING THE TRUTH

Date: Thursday 21st November 2013
Time: 7.30-11.30pm
Price: £5 members, £5.50 non-members


Many people around the world are now realising that the official story of 9/11 is almost completely false. In this presentation, we will look at the evidence as to why the story is false, but we will also look at how some elements of the “9/11 Truth Movement” seem to be trying to cover up a secret which has the potential to transform the future of mankind. How was the WTC really destroyed and why was Hurricane Erin closest to NYC at about 8am on 9/11? A look at the evidence tells us what happened and, to an extent, how the WTC was destroyed. Through the evidence uncovered by Dr Judy Wood, we will discover the connection between energy and 9/11.

Andrew Johnson grew up in Yorkshire, England and graduated from Lancaster University in 1986 with a degree in Computer Science and Physics. He has mainly worked in Software Engineering and Software Development, for most of the last 20 years. He has also worked full and part time in lecturing and tutoring (in Adult Education). Now he works for the Open University (part time) tutoring and assessing students, whilst occasionally working freelance on various small software development projects.

He became interested in “alternative knowledge” in 2003, soon after discovering Dr Steven Greer's Disclosure Project. He has given presentations and written and posted a number of articles on various websites about 9/11, Mars, Chemtrails and Anti-gravity research, whilst also challenging some of the authorities to address some of the most compelling data that is available. He has written a book about the research of Dr Judy Wood called “911 Finding The Truth”. An electronic version of this book is available free from his website at www.checktheevidence.com.

Please note that the views expressed in this talk are not necessarily the views held by BUFOG or its members. However we do as a group support healthy scepticism and always taking on board the evidence available, so we are happy to welcome Andrew back to speak on this fascinating and controversial subject.

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