For the first time in its history, the largest and oldest
civilian UFO monitoring organization in the United States – the Mutual UFO
Network (“MUFON”) – has invited a practicing psychic to speak at its annual
symposium. The event will be held from
September 24-27, 2015, at the Hotel Irvine, in Irvine, California. Nancy du Tertre, known as “The Skeptical
Psychic,” will be speaking on a brand new topic in ufology – the new field she
calls “Exolinguistics” (or how to speak to extraterrestrials).
Her presentation will address various important topics such
·Do aliens prefer telepathy or audible speech?
·Do aliens speak their own language and can we
·Can they also speak human languages?
Alien communication is vital to our national security, she
argues. There are documented cases showing
aliens have shut down U.S. and Russian nuclear missile systems, violated our
airspace, and abducted individuals for genetic experimentation. Alien communication is suddenly a very hot
topic! In July, theoretical physicist
Stephen Hawking launched his $100 million prize in Breakthrough Listen to find
signs of intelligent life in the universe.
NASA has also recently written papers on the topic.
Ms. du Tertre has a very unusual background. She is an attorney specialized in securities
litigation/corporate law who became a trained psychic detective working with
law enforcement, medical intuitive, paranormal investigator, and remote viewer
trained in advanced military CRV techniques.
She speaks fluent French, and some German and Thai. Ms. du Tertre, who has had her own personal
alien contact experiences and witnessed UFOs (including a “mothership” the size
of a football field) hosted her own CBS radio show called “Hot Leads Cold
Cases” and interviewed some of the world’s top astrophysicists,
neuroscientists, psychics, ufology researchers and abductees, FBI and CIA officials,
mind control experts, and others. She
was also a regular weekly guest on KAHI News Radio in Sacramento, CA, making on-air
predictions about politics and current events.
Ms. du Tertre, a magna
cum laude graduate of Princeton University and Law Review honors graduate
of Pace Law School, has published several books. She wrote “Psychic Intuition: Everything You Ever Wanted to Ask But Were Afraid to
Know” (2012) explaining psychic ability in terms of neuroscience, psychology
and linguistics, and, her latest book, “How to Talk to an Alien”