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What is “Exovision Symposium”, this congress which “prepares the arrival of extraterrestrials”, organized in Limoges?

2024-02-20T16:43:42.881Z

Highlights: The Alliances Célestes association, which presents itself as “a unique NGO in the world”, has launched an invitation on the occasion of the congress it is organizing from March 16 to 18. The goal? “Provide correct information and reduce the fear and stress that this type of encounter can generate,” specifies the association. Local elected officials in Limoges are worried, like Thierry Miguel, vice-president of the Haute-Vienne departmental council. “It’s the breeding ground for extremism”


Around 3,000 people are expected, from March 16 to 18, to participate in various conferences intended to prepare communication with


An event that raises many questions.

The Alliances Célestes association, which presents itself as “a unique NGO in the world”, has launched an invitation on the occasion of the congress it is organizing from March 16 to 18 at the Zénith de Limoges (Haute-Vienne).

This “symposium” (a congress of specialists on a scientific theme, Editor’s note) says it aims to “prepare Humanity for encounters with our benevolent celestial friends”, namely extraterrestrials.

Celestial Alliances indicates on its site “to promote a serious strategy for predictable relationships between terrestrial humans and members of civilizations of an exobiological nature.

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To participate in this conference entitled “Exovision Symposium” and be “part of the pioneers of the new world”, you have to pay between 150 and 190 euros for the three days.

Once this tidy sum has been spent, the most curious will have the right to listen to a dozen speakers supposed to provide “galactic, scientific, metaphysical and human insights in all kindness and authenticity.

" The goal ?

“Provide correct information and reduce the fear and stress that this type of encounter can generate,” specifies the association.

“It’s the breeding ground for extremism”

If the organization of this congress may make you smile, some local elected officials in Limoges are worried, like Thierry Miguel, vice-president of the Haute-Vienne departmental council.

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

Wacky people will arrive from all over France and Europe and will give a funny image of Limoges.

In these movements, we find conspiracy theorists, flat thinkers.

“It’s the breeding ground for extremism,” he denounced to Le Populaire du Center.

I don't want #limoges to be the laughing stock of the world. We need science and reason, not conspiracy 👽 https://t.co/l4dde5pYd3

— Thierry Miguel (@MiguelThierry2) February 20, 2024

Several personalities from the conspiratorial sphere such as Antoine Cuttita are expected, Didier Pachoud, president of Gemppi (Association for the prevention and assistance against sectarian aberrations), warns that we must expect "to find manipulators", indicates t he to our colleagues at BFMTV.

“This risks attracting a whole bunch of soul hunters and wallet hunters,” he warns to Le Populaire du center.

Appearing in recent days, an “EXOVISION SYMPOSIUM” organized by an NGO, “Alliances Célestes” will soon be held in Limoges.


A High Mass of the Qalactics, and a beautiful ensemble of esoteric enthusiasts.


We will see who they are, what their social projects are.


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— Albert the Worm #StandWithUkraine (@AlbLeVert) January 11, 2024

If the gathering causes concern, it is not possible to prohibit it.

Alliances Célestes is not recognized as a sectarian movement and can therefore rent the Zénith hall in Limoges Métropole, territorial information indicates to the regional daily.

As long as there is no risk of disturbing public order, the gathering cannot be canceled.

The decision to cancel this gathering therefore belongs only to the director of the Zénith de Limoges, but the latter defends herself by indicating that she has a “duty of neutrality”.

“It is our duty to ensure equal treatment,” she says.

Source: leparis

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