911 Perspectives

911 Perspectives

Top experts in their field present their latest findings on 911

Wednesday, 11. September 2019
2019-09-11 13:00:00 2019-09-11 21:30:00 Europe/Zurich 911 Perspectives Top experts in their field present their latest findings on 911 Volkshaus, Zurich
Doors open 12:00
Begin 13:00
End 21:30
Volkshaus, Zurich
Stauffacherstrasse 60
8004 Zürich
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Top experts in their field present their latest findings on 911

Please take time to revisit events of 11. September 2001, it is time for truth and closure.

Prof. Merlin Stone wrote:

"The New York events of 9/11 transformed the lives of thousands of people, perhaps millions, some in unexpected ways. One life affected was that of Eric Westacott-Hari, who then worked at Swiss Re, the reinsurance company involved in picking up some of the enormous cost. Eric walked over 1000 miles and then hid for 5 years in a deserted village, high in the mountains of Leon, Spain. He predicted the financial crash of 2008 and now focuses on reuniting people with nature to discover their vocation and purpose in life. This is where he does it: https://lnkd.in/guQ3PYT "

Hi my name is Eric and to find closure for those past events,  I have invited a panel of key speakers to talk about their perspectives of the 9/11 events. I wish for many people to hear their findings. 

"We enhance the quality of our  life when be bring belief systems and perspectives that may be constraining, to the conscious surface."

David B. Wolf, Ph.D
Relationships that work, The power of Conscious Living  

Warning! Cognitive dissonance
Is the state of internal tension that occurs when newly obtained information, action taken or a decision taken is inconsistent with or contrary to a previous opinion, sentiment or value system.

In order to get rid of the resulting unpleasant feeling, people resort to different dissonance dissolution strategies, such as rationalizing, ignoring, downplaying, justifying their own course of action or changing the current view or opinion. The tendency always tends to be the most convenient way, out of the confrontation.

Frantz Fanon once described it very aptly: "Sometimes people believe very strongly in a certain thing. If confronted with evidence directed against this matter, the new evidence can not be accepted. That would lead to an extremely unpleasant feeling called cognitive dissonance. Because it is so important to protect the original faith, they will rationalize, ignore, and even deny everything that is incompatible with it. "


Dr. Daniele Ganser and respected international panel speakers

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