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Keshe Foundation…”Start of the transfer of technology to the world scientists”, October 10-17, 2012 in Sierra Leone
Posted on 2012/09/16
This has been going around several sites. I could not find this announcement on the Keshe Foundation website, but LadyDragon emailed me about it and has this article on her website. I later found it at Jean Haines blog.
This is the start of something very BIG. This technology is being GIVEN FREELY to the world. I believe it was either Tom Bearden or Steven Greer that said the best way to ensure a technology was kept free of interference from “dark” types, was to give it away. That’s what Keshe Foundation is doing, it appears. It will transform this planet, quickly (along with, I’m sure, many other technologies that are “releasing” during this time period).
Below is a short video describing the principles and applications of the Keshe technology.
Start of the transfer of technology to the world scientists.
Following the success of the 21.4.2012 and 6.9.2012 ambassadorial presentations of the technology at the Keshe Foundation centre in Belgium, the Keshe Foundation is proud to announce the presentation of the first series of its international lectures for transfer of technology to the world scientists.
To this effect we have been invited and we have accepted to give the first series of lectures in spaceship technology and its application and implications in the university of Freetown in Sierra Leone starting from October 12, 2012 to October 17, 2012.
If you are near to this location and other countries in Africa, please contact the embassy of Sierra Leone in your country for you to be present in these first lectures and transfer of technology to the world scientists.
As we promised, we take our technology to people of the world through the support of their governments and through our ambassadorial invitations program and we are fulfilling our promise and we are implementing the goal of the Keshe Foundation to unite the scientists of the world in knowledge and peace in harmony through our spaceship program.
We would like to thank the ambassador of the Sierra Leone in Belgium Dr. C. S. Kargbo and the officials of the government of the Sierra Leone for inviting the Keshe Foundation for the presentation of the Keshe technologies in their universities and for their openness in accepting and organising the first international teaching conference in the continent of Africa.
As we promised, the continent of Africa will have its own spaceship program as it is planed for by the Foundation and now we are here to deliver our promise.
M T Keshe
The founder and caretaker of the Keshe Foundation