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ANOMALY ARCHIVES eNEWSLETTER – Mid Year 2014

Greetings fellow Anomalists!

The Anomaly Archives holds monthly meetings (usually) on the Fourth Saturday of each month. Our next meeting date and time is THIS Saturday, June 28th – contact SMiles Lewis or Mark Muecke via email for updates. The meetings are FREE and held from 1-3pm at the INACS / Anomaly Archives headquarters located in North West Austin, just past the intersections of Research and Technology Boulevards (see end of page for detailed directions):

12593 Research Blvd., Suite 302,
Austin, Texas 78759

Please make plans to attend next month’s Anomaly Archives Meeting at the SAI – Anomaly Archives / INACS “Mind Quarters” … we look forward to meeting and talking with all of you!

– SMiles Lewis
Founder & President
www.AnomalyArchives.org

Announcements:

New board member Mark Muecke has been leading the monthly meetings but can’t attend this month’s meetup. A fellow Anomaly Archives member will be leading this month’s meeting as we discuss the Cryptozoological arena of the Bigfoot legend.

Coming Up Next Month…

 

Anomaly Archives presents Rob Riggs on Bigfoot

Saturday, July 26th, 2014

Free Event – Donations Welcomed!

Join us Saturday night, July 26th at the Austin Center for Spiritual Living.

Doors open at 6:30 pm – Lecture begins promptly at 7 pm CST.

 

In Other News… Dowsing (Remote Sensing) Research!

Via INACS FaceBook Feed: Institute for Neuroscience and Consciousness Studies (INACS) shared Paul H. Smith‘s photo. April 22 at 1:00am

Paul stopped by our office Saturday and took photos of our ongoing Remote Dowsing experiment. Here, one of our volunteer participants uses a pendulum to locate his ring which has been placed on a grid in the next room. (Photo taken with participant’s permission.) -Bob Price-
Here is Charles Peltosalo, one of my advanced CRV students, participating in the on-going remote dowsing experiment being conducted by the Institute for Neuroscience and Consciousness Studies (INACS). INACS won the Warcollier Prize for the best experiment proposal at the 2012 RVcon,and will be reporting the results of this exciting experiment at the 2014 Remote Viewing Conference (details at irvaconference.org). -Paul Smith-

 

Membership:

The Anomaly Archives is a membership organization and needs your support.

Membership is only $20 a year and grants you access to our organization’s Circulating Collections (for check-out) and in-house access to our growing rare research archives.

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We need your help! The Anomaly Archives is always looking for new membership and needs your support both financially and as volunteers at the lending library and educational outreach events.

Contact us today!

 

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DIRECTIONS to The Anomaly Archives

It’s a little tricky to find the first time, so here are the directions:

If you’re heading northwest on Research/183 from I-35, Mopac or 360, exit 183 at the Oak Knoll exit, pass through the light at Oak Knoll, and stay on the access road heading north. The next side street off the 183 access road will be Technology Blvd; do not turn on Technology. Immediately after you pass Technology, there will be a driveway on your right (the only one in that area) — Exit into that driveway. There will be a sign overhead for “Forest Plaza.” After you pull in, you’ll have no choice but to go to the left into Forest Plaza. Our building is the back left building within the complex — Suite 302. If you’re heading south on Research/183, you also exit at Oak Knoll, but take the u-turn just before you get to Oak Knoll, get over the right on the northbound access road, and prepare to make the right immediately after Technology Blvd. as in the directions above.
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We are indebted to INACS (Institute for Neuroscience And Consciousness Study) for allowing the Anomaly Archives lending library to reside within their office space. Each month they hold public meetings of their Board of Directors, and their Education & Research Committees. Therefore, there may be occasional months where we must shift / reschedule our monthly meetings to accommodate their priority use of the space.

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