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Unarius in the Mother Goose Parade

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009

Unarius had the great opportunity to participate in the 63rd Mother Goose Parade on November 22, 2009 in El Cajon.  It had been many years since we had entered the Space Cad in this parade, and this year we offered to do a dove release from the small spaceship mounted on the roof of the car. All of us were so excited that the parade organizers decided that the dove release would be a great way to start the parade!  So the Space Cad led the Mother Goose Parade along the two mile route, with many smiles and thumbs up from the thousands of people watching the parade.   Check out this footage Mother Goose Parade

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Appreciation for Auspicious Ambassadors

Friday, August 7th, 2009

Doves of Peace Flying from the Space cadillac

Thirty-three white doves, representing the spiritual leaders of each planet in the Interplanetary Confederation, took flight from the center of the small town of Pine Valley, California today. The general public lining the parade route was most likely unaware of their significance, but the beautiful ambassadors of peace brought enthusiastic applause and delighted smiles from young and old alike. While Unarius foots the bill for these representatives at the yearly Conclave of Light event, the parade coordinator took over this responsibility so they could make this unscheduled appearance well before their 26th annual flight for the Conclave, which will take place in the Balboa Park Organ Pavilion on October 10.

As can be seen in one of the photos sent by the coordinator, two doves have paused for photo ops before taking flight from the rim of their customary launching pad of a small spaceship, seen here mounted atop the Space Cad. Unarius also received a sweet thank you note accompanying the photos:

“Absolutely FABULOUS! It was the hit of the day. I was so spellbound watching all the doves fly out . . . Thank you so much for pulling it all together at the last minute. It was sooo appreciated!” —Corinne Lewis, 2009 Parade CoordinatorP7240058

Unarius Space Cad on Parade

Thursday, January 1st, 2009

 

January 1, 2009
In December the Space Cad participated in two local parades, the 46th annual Chula Vista Starlight Parade and the 51st annual La Jolla Christmas Parade. Plus, the Cad was in the Cajon Classic Cruise “Parade of Lights,” held in downtown El Cajon. Students William Proctor and Ekaette Udo had a great time as driver and passenger in the Cad, appreciating the high energies going out to all the onlookers and their enthusiastic response.
This year William said the children seemed the most receptive. A little boy asked William if the spaceship could fly, as he and his mom checked out the Cad while waiting for the parade to begin. His mom remarked that he was very interested in spaceships and that she should take him to the Unarius Center in El Cajon, as she knew he would really enjoy the visit. Another child, a young girl, peered into the car and took William aside to ask if aliens were real. And when he answered in the affirmative, she remarked, “I knew it!”
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Space Cad in Parade

In December the Space Cad participated in two local parades, the 46th annual Chula Vista Starlight Parade and the 51st annual La Jolla Christmas Parade. Plus, the Cad was in the Cajon Classic Cruise “Parade of Lights,” held in downtown El Cajon. Students William Proctor and Ekaette Udo had a great time as driver and passenger in the Cad, appreciating the high energies going out to all the onlookers and their enthusiastic response.

This year William said the children seemed the most receptive. A little boy asked William if the spaceship could fly, as he and his mom checked out the Cad while waiting for the parade to begin. His mom remarked that he was very interested in spaceships and that she should take him to the Unarius Center in El Cajon, as she knew he would really enjoy the visit. Another child, a young girl, peered into the car and took William aside to ask if aliens were real. And when he answered in the affirmative, she remarked, “I knew it!”

Read more about the Space Cad and see more photos