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Limoges: a congress aiming to prepare for the arrival of extraterrestrials raises fears of sectarian excesses

2024-02-22T20:21:45.508Z

Highlights: Around 3,000 people are expected at the city's Zénith from March 16 to 18 for the “Exovision Symposium” On the program: future encounters of humans with extraterrestrials or “fantastic new evidence of UFO phenomena” The NGO Alliances Celestes is not classified as a sectarian movement, according to the prefecture. “We are in the ufological religion with the use of scientific vocabulary. There are many followers of the New Age there,” notes Didier Pachoud.


Around 3,000 people are expected at the city's Zenith from March 16 to 18 for the "Exovision Symposium," which promises to unveil "fantastic new evidence of UFO phenomena."


A congress aimed at preparing for the arrival of extraterrestrials on Earth, organized in mid-March in Limoges, is worrying elected officials and members of associations for the protection of families and individuals.

Around 3,000 people are expected at the city's Zénith from March 16 to 18 for the

“Exovision Symposium”

, organized by the NGO Alliances Célestes.

On the program: future encounters of humans with extraterrestrials or

“fantastic new evidence of UFO phenomena”

, we can read on the event website.

Participants will pay between 150 and 190 euros for the three-day pass.

“I was stunned that such an event took place in Limoges,”

Thierry Miguel, vice-president of the Haute-Vienne departmental council, declared on X (ex-Twitter), denouncing the presence of

conspirators

.

“It’s the breeding ground for extremism

. ”

“The principle that prevails is the freedom of assembly, of assembly,”

nevertheless specifies Hugues Mazaud, head of the security service in the office of the prefect of Haute-Vienne, who emphasizes that

“there is no reason law to prohibit this event

.

“It is the responsibility of the owner of the room who, in this case, is within his rights

,” he adds.

“Not agreeing to rent the room could be assimilated to a refusal to sell

,” argues Pascale Tauzin, director of the Zénith, who considers it necessary

“to ensure equal treatment

. ”

“UFO religion”

The NGO Alliances Celestes is not classified as a sectarian movement, according to the prefecture.

“We are in the ufological religion with the use of scientific vocabulary.

There are many followers of the New Age there

,” notes Didier Pachoud, president of Gemmpi (study group of thought movements with a view to the protection of the individual).

“That might attract a whole bunch of soul hunters.

And wallet hunters.

We have the right to believe in extraterrestrials.

But you have to be careful.”

“It is the deviance that is hunted down and singled out.

But basically, nothing is forbidden.

Hence the difficulty for elected officials to refuse this type of meeting,

notes Jean-Louis Amelineau, president of the Infosectes Aquitaine association.

Some speakers may have conspiratorial speeches.

This can lead to a form of radicalism.”

During its visit to the room in September, the NGO claimed to have seen above the Zénith, with supporting photos, a probe from the Ugma (contact vessel of its delegation) and saw it as a sign that its project was

“validated by the celestials who observe us!”

.

When contacted, the NGO preferred

“not to communicate on the subject.”

Source: lefigaro

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