LOS ANGELES - The truth is out there, and the UFO Cruise Seminar-at-Sea is hoping to help you find it on a seven-day Holland America cruise from San Diego through the Mexican Riviera.
The UFO Cruise is packed with lectures about UFOs, extraterrestrial life and alien contact from some of the most prominent thought leaders on the otherworldly subjects, and promises to sail you into "revelations of truth, higher wisdom, and elevated awareness."
The executive director of Mutual UFO Network, Jan Harzan, will be giving a talk on MUFON's work as the largest and oldest UFO research organization, which has more than 100,000 case files from 50 years of investigating UFOs and extraterrestrial encounters. Harzan became the executive director of MUFON in August of 2013 after 37 years an an executive with IBM.
Linda Moulton Howe, a 2019 Emmy and Peabody Award-winning investigative journalist and reporter, will also be conducting a couple of lectures. One focuses on a Navy Seal whistleblower who alleges he was part of a secret investigation to explore architecture two miles below Antarctic ice, covered in hieroglyphs that military whistleblowers said match objects that NASA photographed on the back side of the moon.
Another lecture explores A.I. as an existential threat to humanity, with Moulton Howe ultimately linking "A.I. to a revelation about UFO and E.T. phenomena past and present."
Other talks from the 24 invited speakers range in topic, including nonhuman communication, the concept of interplanetary souls, the Phoenix Lights and the potential that there's an undersea UFO base off the California coast.
Activities include nightly UFO gazing from the ship's deck, an excursion to participate in a Mayan fire ceremony conducted by Elizabeth Araujo, a renowned Council of Mayan Elders leader, and a screening of the multi-award winning documentary about an alleged 1975 alien abduction called, "Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton," followed by a Q&A with Walton himself.
The cruise departs from San Diego, California, on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2019, then stops in Cabo San Lucas, Mazatlan, and Puerto Vallarta, before returning to port in San Diego on Oct. 13.