Wednesday, April 06, 2011

The Joiner Report with Guest UFOlogist A.J. Gevaerd

The Joiner Report with guest UFOlogist A.J. Gevaerd

By Sherry Boardman
The Joiner Report

Sherry Boardman     A.J. Gevaerd will be Thursday night’s guest on The Joiner Report. Among other topics, the “blue beam” case will be discussed.

Gevaerd is the editor of Revista UFO Magazine, founder and director of the Brazilian Center for Flying Saucer Research (CBPDV), Brazilian director for Mutual UFO Network (MUFON,) and one of the international directors of the U.S. International UFO Congress.

In 1986, he quit his career as a chemistry teacher to devote full time to research of UFOs. Founder of Brazil’s only UFO Magazine, Gevared has been its editor for 19 years, one of the long-lasting magazines about UFOlogy in the world. He is also founder and director of the Brazilian Center for Flying Saucer Research (CBPDV), one of the leading organizations in South America, with over 3,300 members.

Gevaerd has been a field investigator 29 years and for the past 18 years the only UFO researcher in Brazil exclusively devoted full-time to the study of the UFO phenomenon. Respected as a national and international lecturer, he has spoken in dozens of cities in his country and in 29 other countries around the world. In 1983, he was appointed by Dr. J. Allen Hynek to be the representative of the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) in Brazil.

The ufologist is recognized as one of the best authorities with over 700 field investigations on Brazilian UFO cases.

Please tune in to The Joiner Report Thursday, April 7, 7:30-9 p.m. Central (8:30-10 Eastern) for this special interview at The Inception Radio Network.

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