NEW BOOK By Author David Hatcher Childress
Learn more about the Obelisks: Towers of Power:
- The enigma of obelisks and their purpose
- Obelisks symbolize a ray of the sun
- Obelisks can weigh over 500 tons
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Goings On Around the Clubhouse
The sunny days of summer have finally come to the Kempton Clubhouse, though it turned out to be a wet and chilly spring. The Arizona clubhouse is hot and sunny during the day and cools off quite a bit at night. The Cottonwood bookstore now has a Ghostbusters pinball machine and a new paint job.
I’ve been busy traveling around Colombia, Peru and Hawaii for the Ancient Aliens show on the History Channel. I visited San Agustin in Colombia, near the border with Ecuador and then flew to Lima and Cuzco to do a shoot at some fascinating tunnels near Sacsayhuaman. Jennifer and I met up with old friend Hugh Newman from Megalithomania while there and a few weeks later flew to Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii for a shoot in some lava tubes. It was all great fun so keep your eyes peeled for these scenes in upcoming episodes the popular show.
I enjoyed going to several conferences this summer including Contact in the Desert in Indian Wells, California from May 31 to June 3 and then at the AlienCon convention in Los Angeles from June 21 to 23. Check out the next AlienCon in Dallas, including ticket information and other attendees, at: http://www.thealiencon.com
I had a good time at the Awakening UFO and Consciousness Expo in Manchester, England on July 19 and 20. Mike Bara, Richard Dolan, Linda Mouton Howe and others were there as well. Check out the next conference at: https://awakeningufo.com
I am signed up to speak at the Phoenix UFO Conference in September. Check it out at: https://ufocongress.com
I will also speaking at the A.R.E.’s October conference. There schedule can be seen here: https://www.edgarcayce.org/events/event-listings/conferences/hq-conferen...
In February we had a great trip to Peru, with our group flying to Lima and then on to Cuzco, Ollantaytambo, Machu Picchu, and Puno. We visited the remote Espinar area between Cuzco and Lake Titicaca and went to some spots rarely seen by tourists. We ended the trip in Puno where we visited the various megalithic towers. Check out future trips at the events pages. https://wexclub.com/events
We are looking into several trips for early in 2020 such as a trip to Guatemala or the Zapotec cities of Oaxaca. After discussing the Antarctica trip with Mike Migliore of Holiday Maker Travel, the agency running the Wex Club cruises, we have decided to put off the cruise to Antarctica until December of 2020. Mike tells me that Hurtigruten Cruises has a brand new expedition ship for Antarctica and we can be one of the first groups to use this ship. Good friend Giorgio Tsoukalos he has agreed to participate in our 11-day expedition and the whole group will fly to Buenos Aires, Argentina and then fly to Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego, the southernmost city in the world. From there we will embark on a double-hulled exploration ship and spend five full days in Antarctica with lots of shore excursions. All excursions, meals and drinks are included in the package. Lots of special presentations will be given by me, Giorgio and others on this cruise. Contact Mike for questions on the ship at the wexclubcruises website. This might be the time to cross Antarctica off your bucket list!
We are also looking into a shorter, cheaper cruise out of Seattle to Glacier Bay and the Alaskan Coast. Let us know if you are interested in that cruise as well. Check out the Antarctic Cruise on the web pages at: www.wexclubcruises.com
My latest book, Obelisks: Towers of Power, was released a few weeks ago. It covers the history of mystery and history of obelisks and how they may have been giant crystal towers used for a world wide Tesla power system. Pick up a copy at: https://www.adventuresunlimitedpress.com/proddetail.php?prod=OBK
Adventures Unlimited and the World Explorers Club now have a YouTube channel. It has lots of fascinating documentaries, lectures, Indiana Jones-type movies, and other videos, and it is free to become a subscriber. Check it out here and start watching today: http://bit.ly/aumtube
The WEX clubhouses and affiliated bookstores usually have a pinball machine or two in them and our latest web pages are meant to bring pinball enthusiasts, buyers and sellers together. Have a look at the top-40 pinball list and other pages at www.pinballtrader.us
Check out the Retro Drive-In website with its movie posters, trailers and more. A good way to spend a Saturday afternoon if you are not going to a drive-in that night! There are links from this page to free movies you can watch online. You can check it out at www.retrodrive-in.com
Our affiliated bookstore, the Nexus Bookstore at 10 Coral Street in Maleny, Queensland, Australia is doing well. They have a full range of Adventures Unlimited books and other products. Visit them when you are in the area! The Adventures Unlimited office in Kempton is also the USA office for Nexus magazine. Get a subscription today! Have a look at the magazine and bookstore at: www.nexusmagazine.com
The Adventures Unlimited bookstore in historic Old Town Cottonwood, Arizona continues to do well and has its own Facebook page. Keep checking for the latest news on Facebook or at the bookstore’s web pages (www.adventuresunlimitedbooks.com). The store is at 1020 N. Main Street so drop by whenever you are in the Sedona-Cottonwood-Jerome area, or give the staff a call at: 928-639-1664.
WEX Manager Govinda Panta continues to operate his travel business in Thamel, the tourist district of Kathmandu. Help infuse some tourist dollars into the economy, and go when convenient for you. Govinda can make trekking arrangements and any other travel plans. Find out about the latest news and expeditions offered by Govinda and Adventure Pilgrims Trekking at www.trekinepal.com or give them a call at: 977-975-107-7190. Get our popular WEX Kathmandu T-shirt from the Wexmart pages at www.wexclub.com.
As always, keep a keen eye out for possible World Explorers Club future establishments—are you destined to help spread the fun of discovering the mysteries of our fabulous world? Is there a WEX clubhouse to be acquired in your town? Be sure to contact us with any ideas about starting a retail outlet or clubhouse!
Also, send in your classified ad; remember up to 25 words are free for WEX members. We are always looking for stories or news clippings, so send those in, too! I also have my own web domain and you can check it out here: www.DavidHatcherChildress.com. So, put on some bug repellant and keep the marshmallows coming while you share stories from the latest issue of World Explorer!