UFO Association Authors
This is a volunteer association of authors who will share in the Author’s Book Club and sharing of a peer review.
If you are a colleague of Theresa J Morris, and her company American Communications Online or UFO Association Organization please share that we welcome writers to join us in our TJ Morris ET Radio shows and our Timely Manor Books Imprint.
Allied Command Oracle
Theresa J Morris
American Communications Online
In cooperation with
Organization for Advancement of Knowledge
We will begin our radio shows and call to action with us as we explore those who want to join us in cyberspace.
Janet Kira Lessin will have completed 7 years in sharing radio shows with Theresa J Morris on TJ Morris ET Radio on Blog Talk Rado and this can be verified at http://blogtalkradio.com/tjmorrisetradio where TJ has paid to keep archives since June 3, 2012. We are now embarking on sharing a series of books together sharing our information we have gathered as experiencers.
Janet and Theresa also known as TJ will continue to co-create in projects.
UFO Association was a name TJ came up with back in 2007 when she began writing for a Canadian named Dirk Vander Ploeg, on UFODigest.com. The history of writing blogs for the purpose of learning about others interested in UFOS was one of the many topics shared.
We are now expanding our services with the ACO CLUb’s Paranormal Researchers to include Anomalous Phenomena.
ACE Metaphysical Institute shares the ACO Invisible College and the acoinvisibletv.com.
We are sharing our 2020 version of Metaphysicians and Parapsychologists.
We each have an inner knowing and an interviewee of the inner verse.
We each have memories and how we assemble our perceptions and opinions. Now we are going to talk about how we perceive information as consciousness. We are asking others to participate in our radio shows.
We will be glad to issue certificates of completion of our workshops of American Communications Online as a service for our colleagues.
We want to share UFO Association as a peer review journal and directory of our members who join our ACO Club which is a choice by volunteers who know of Theresa J Morris and her business American Communications Online.
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No grant has been accepted and all proceeds for this project will be divided among the original authors.
Allied Command Officers sharing an organization for the advancement of knowledge with Dr. Rick Allan Miller, consultant.
We will learn to discover what each of us as a sentient intelligent being working together in synergy can explore together instead of separately.
What we all have in common is what in today’s world is known of full disclosure of the information which lays out a full history of who we are, what we consist of, when we come into existence, where we come into existence as essence which is housed into what is termed as a body-mind-spirit also known as a humanoid sentient intelligent being.
The WHY and HOW of Reality has been a daunting task for information we as the critical mass mind of consciousness is working on together.
Anyone who would like to volunteer their own time and services in the form of words in cyberspace are greatly appreciated.
Many of the greatest academics have contributed to the now known understanding that we are all capable of learning about our surroundings or the outside of what we call a human conscious world in which we all appear to live in together while appearing alive.
We are all admitting that we prefer our co-creation of words to be considered a project of willing participants. We all will call our join cooperation as those who are authors and are willing to share in this volunteer association.
The American Communications Online also known as ACO Club will also share the acronym with the Allied Command Oracles.
The main inner circle or think tank or brain trust will be those who have been invited by the original creator’s acronym choice and registering the company name American Communications Online as a preferred business name for those she chooses to add as various volunteer independent contr (Weimar, Nugroho, Visser, & Plaat, 2013) (Weimar, Nugroho, Visser, & Plaat, 2013) (Colavito, n.d.)actors.
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Keywords: information, consciousness, humanoid sentient intelligent beings, reality, theory of everything
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