Mary Rodwell from Australian Close Encounter Research Network will speak at the UFO conference in Agnes Water next week.
Mary Rodwell from Australian Close Encounter Research Network will speak at the UFO conference in Agnes Water next week. Rob Black

UFO experts visit Agnes

IF ‘the truth is out there' it should all become apparent next weekend at the UFO conference in Agnes Water.

Those who have experienced UFO sightings, and experts in the field, will share their experiences and knowledge at the conference, with the Australian Close Encounter Research Network's (ACERN) Mary Rodwell the keynote speaker.

Ms Rodwell, a well-respected counsellor, clinical hypnotherapist and metaphysical teacher, has been researching and studying people's experiences of extra-terrestrial encounters worldwide for more than 15 years. “I have 1600 case studies of people – including entire families – who have experienced this sort of phenomena,'' Ms Rodwell said. “Many credible people have experienced something that they cannot explain.

“These people are clinically sane. Yet it can disrupt their lives, even cause a form of trauma when they are not believed or seen as credible.”

Ms Rodwell said the conference in Agnes Water would cover a number of areas and hopefully attract those who need counselling for things they have experienced, but have been too afraid to share with anyone else because they might be deemed to be ‘crazy'.

The grandmother and former midwife began studying ETs and UFOs when she was asked by friends and acquaintances to help with problems they were experiencing after such a sighting or unexplained event.

“My main job is to listen in a non-judgemental way to what people have experienced,” she said.

“Just being able to talk to someone about what they are experiencing or have experienced can definitely help.”



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