This week, in honor of the Urantia Book Fellowship's successful outreach to the UFO Conference in AZ earlier this month, we are our replaying an interview with retired USAF Lieutenant Colonel, Donald M. Ware.
Donald Ware has studied UFOs since he saw seven alien vehicles over Washington, DC on July 26,1952. He received a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Duke University in 1957 and an MS in Nuclear Engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology in 1972. After serving his country as a fighter pilot, staff scientist, test manager, and teacher, he retired from USAF in 1982.
Don is an authority on the UFO phenomenon and has lectured all over the world. He served as State Director and Eastern Regional Director for MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) and has been a Director of the International UFO Congress. He is now on an Advisory Board of the Exopolitics Institute trying to move formal interaction with those from other planets to an unclassified level below that of MJ-12.
His search for truth has led to physical, mental, and spiritual interactions with the larger reality represented by the alien presence. Fifteen papers documenting his findings while seeking truth are at: www.freewebs.com/donware
Don is also a student of The Urantia Book and has introduced the book to hundreds of people. He says, “I purchased the Urantia Book at a UFO conference in about 1990. I used it as an occasional reference in my studies of the larger reality of our alien visitors. It remained on the bottom of my reading stack, because I had reason to read many smaller books first. During my meditation on New Years resolutions for 1999 I knew I had to move that book from the bottom to the top and not read any other book until I finished it cover to cover. My only regret is that I did not read it sooner.”
Donald is sure to challenge what you think you know about ETs. Please join us for this unique look at the UFO phenomenon.
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