Join us at our next scheduled South Bay MUFON meeting at the Community of Infinite Spirit, located at 1540 Hicks Avenue in San Jose!
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Our Next San Jose Guest Speaker will be..
Meeting Donation: $5 per person. Please bring a guest!
There will be a discussion on several of the latest investigation cases reported in Northern California, The United States and from around the World, plus a review of ongoing MUFON projects, conference announcements, recent media coverage on the UFO phenomena.
Directions to the South Bay meeting location:
Community of Infinite Spirit
1540 Hicks Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125
Take the 280-freeway north/south, take Meridian exit(south)and take a left on Minnesota and a right on Hicks.
For more information about the meetings, please contact Ruben at: 510-489-3686 or email him.
If you live outside of the San Francisco Bay Area and cannot come to the San Jose meeting, we have two other convenient locations within Northern California, the Sacramento Chapter and the Marin/Sonoma Chapter.
Check out Ruben Uriarte and Noe Torres' latest books! You can look for more great books by them at their website: Roswellbooks.com
People who have experiences that may include: extraordinary states of consciousness, fortean, spiritual, or parapsychological phenomenon, close encounters with non-human entities, and/or UFO activity and are looking for a network of people dedicated to a better understanding of the overall nature of unusual/anomalous personal experiences, can contact the Organization for Paranormal Understanding and Support. For more information, contact: OPUS
Have you ever wanted to investigate UFO sightings here in Northern California but weren’t sure how to go about it? Well come join our team of investigators and start finding out what’s happening in our part of the state! California usually has the largest amount of sightings that get reported to MUFON in the nation and we can always use more dedicated people to help us find out additional information on those cases. For more information, contact the Chief Investigator, Devlin Rugne.