Saturday, November 4, 2017

Can a False Flag be Used for Good? YES IT CAN!!


Hello Truth Seekers and World Healers!

Justin Deschamps of Stillness in the Storm here. Things are changing and evolving exponentially for SITS. Coming up on its fourth year, our vision is expanding into something BIG, and you're invited. We've identified the need for engagement within the conscious community, and are pleased to announce our first official webinar called, "False Flags 101."



In this webinar you will learn:
  • What a false flag is and how to identify them,
  • Why psychological warfare programs work,
  • How to use these events for universal empowerment and collective healing.
Join the Stillness in the Storm Community

Enjoy an opportunity after the presentation for Q&A, and also get a chance to share your own insights.

Join in a discussion-based roundtable with the Stillness in the Storm team, Justin Deschamps, Jeremy McDonald, and Teresa Yanaros.

Webinar Price: $22.




Details:
  • November 17, 2017
  • 8:30pm-10pm EST
  • $22 (electronic invoice can be paid via debit/credit/PayPal account)

How to Sign Up:

Send an email to info@stillnessinthestorm.com with the subject line: False Flags.

You will receive an electronic invoice for $22, upon payment your spot will be confirmed.

Space is limited. Sign up closes 11/15.

Disclaimer: All rights to material generated is owned by Stillness in the StormTM, which has the right to utilize content/recordings for further public use. By attending the conference, you agree that any material recorded/generated can be used only by Stillness in the StormTM for the following purposes including, but not limited to: further production and/or media use, including derivative works.



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