April 22, 2002

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John Hagelin, Ph.D., the Natural Law Party’s 2000 presidential candidate, will visit California on Sunday, April 28, to give two free public presentations, the first in San Francisco and the second in Orange County. The two talks cover the full range of Dr. Hagelin’s recent activities: research on the development of full human potential and research on practical initiatives to prevent terrorism and create lasting peace in the world.

San Francisco

On the morning of April 28th, Dr. Hagelin will speak on “The Cosmos Within: Science, Consciousness, and the Ultimate Reality” at the San Francisco New Age Expo. Dr. Hagelin’s talk—one of only four free, featured special events at the Expo among hundreds of lectures, workshops, and exhibitions—will explore the nature of higher states of human consciousness and the profound recent developments in our scientific understanding of the relationship between consciousness and the universe. The talk will also cover Dr. Hagelin’s recent public policy initiatives, including his proposal to prevent terrorism and create lasting peace in the world.

The Expo organizers are expecting 12,000–15,000 people to attend their weekend events and exhibits.

Dr. Hagelin’s talk is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. in Room 1 of the Concourse Exhibition Center at 635 8th Street and Brannan in San Francisco. For more information and for directions to the event, please visit the New Age Expo website at


If you live in or near San Francisco, please join us—and please urge your family and friends to do the same. Dr. Hagelin’s profound and inspiring insights into the relationship between consciousness and the deepest structures of natural law have received rave reviews from audiences across the world, and this talk will give your friends an opportunity to hear Dr. Hagelin in person.

Orange County – Southern California

Aerial view of the main campus in Irvine, looking east towards the Santa Ana mountains.

On Sunday afternoon, April 28, John Hagelin, Ph.D. will speak on “Preventing Terrorism” at the University of California, Irvine. The forum, entitled “Strengthening Democracy,” is being sponsored by the Staff Assembly Toastmasters.

Dr. Hagelin has been traveling the world presenting his innovative peace initiative to end terrorism and war. Please help spread the word that Dr. Hagelin is coming to Orange County to share his insights and his solution to the war on terrorism. This is the most important discussion happening anywhere!

In addition to Dr. Hagelin’s talk, the event will feature presentations by three candidates for Governor of California: Iris Adam of the Natural Law Party, Peter Camejo of the Green Party, and Gary Copeland of the Libertarian Party. This free public event will introduce independent candidates to the public and help to explain the independent political movement in California. Other 2002 statewide candidates in attendance will be available to meet with participants and answer questions.

The forum will begin at 4:00 PM in the Monarch Bay Room at the University of California – Irvine Student Center (see directions below). Light refreshments will be served.

This event offers a rare opportunity to hear Dr. Hagelin in person and also to meet the candidates, ask your questions, and consider the unique perspectives offered by the independent coalition. If you live in Southern California, please join us on Sunday – and encourage your family and friends to do the same.

Space is limited. RSVP to Louise Allison at lallison7@earthlink.net. If you have questions, please call Jane Bock at 714-963-6983. We look forward to seeing you there!

Directions to the University of California, Irvine

Take I-405 to the Jamboree Road exit. Go south (toward the ocean) on Jamboree to Campus Drive. Take a left on Campus Drive and continue to West Peltason Drive. Take a right on West Peltason (Bridge Street is on your left), then an immediate left on Pereira Drive, and then another immediate left into the parking structure (there’s a small fee for parking). The Student Center is directly across the street from the parking structure.

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