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FARSIGHT NIGHT AT THE APACHE CAFÉ
AVAILABLE APRIL 30TH, 2018!

Farsight Night at the Apache Café

Remember that bar scene in the original Star Wars movie, the movie that is now Episode 4, A New Hope? Well, think of this live event as a Farsight version of something like this. On April 30th, 2018 at The Apache Café here in Atlanta, Farsight will be hosting a live event that will have, well, weird stuff. There will be normal stuff too, such as Courtney Brown, PrinCess Jeaneé, and Melena Hall, and they will be there to talk about remote viewing and to answer some questions about Farsight's recent blockbuster movie, The War in Heaven.

But the Apache Café is well known in Atlanta for being an artists hub where sketch artists, painters and also photographers and videographers congregate, especially on Monday evenings. Some of the live artist events there are amazing. The food is also great. Well, on that special night of April 30th, there will be models with otherworldly costumes designed by the famous Ajmal 'Mas Man' Millar, DJ music from the renowned DJ Bluue, plus some other really strange stuff is planned, such as an exotic dancer painted as an extraterrestrial dancing to live percussion music played by Courtney.

The goal of the event is to merge art with the science of remote viewing to help expand consciousness in new and innovative ways, all with a healthy dose of fun thrown into the mix. We hope to do this often when we release major projects.

The Apache Café is on 3rd Street in downtown Atlanta, off of Spring Street. Doors open at 7 p.m., and there is ample parking in a lot on Spring Street half a block south of 3rd Street. Admission at the door for the evening is $15, and parking is normally $10. Advance tickets for the event are available now. Farsight is not making any money on this event. In fact it is costing us money to produce and video record the event. The admission price helps offset the costs of the models and a few other things, but most of it is on us. We hope to make it an outreach effort to get people excited about remote viewing. April 30th. The rest of the galaxy will be there, so you might as well come!

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