CECE STEVENS and BOB The Skull of Wishes
Professional Astrologer, Intuitive Reader, Dowser
World known for her talents in the world of the paranormal. Cece is a gifted sensitive. She has a hit accuracy of 95%. Her talents include Clairvoyant, Clairaudient, Medium.
Cece has studied the world of the paranormal for most of her adult life.
After a near death experience from a serious car accident in 1973 Cece found her natural birth talents had heightened to an even greater degree.
Cece has studied Astrology since she was introduced to it when she was 15 years old. She has 3 books to her credit on Astrology, as well as several other fact books.
In 1990 while working in her bookstore Cece had a profound experience and was given her Native name
Raven Hawk. She was also gifted with some very unusual things at this time.
She has her drum "Thunder" who she uses in calling the rain. She made the front page of the Tucson Citizen when asked by a reporter to prove she can cause rain. Rain, hail and snow fell to the ground that day. She made the cover of the newspaper.
In 2009 she did her first record album, AWAKENINGS. An album designed to calm and relax with.
Psychic, Reiki Healer, Shaman, Medicine Women, Dowser, Rain maker, Writer, Artist, Professional Astrologer, Numerologist, is just a few of her talents.
Cece currently resides in Tucson Arizona
Cece Stevens CeceSt@aol.com
Wendelle C Stevens (USAF Ret. Lt. Colonel)
Jan 18, 1923 - Sept 7, 2010
UFO research pioneer, Wendelle Stevens passed today September 07, 2010 at 4:21 pm in his home in Tucson, Arizona of heart attack.
Lt. Colonel (USAF Ret.) Wendelle C. Stevens was one of the world’s best known UFO researchers. Born in 1923 in Round Prairie, Minn., he enlisted in 1941 in the US Army and was transferred to the Air Corps in1942. He served in the Pacific Theater during World War II and subsequently in a classified project in Alaska to photograph and map the Arctic land and sea area, where the data collecting equipment onboard B-29s detected UFOs. Stevens also served as US Air Attaché in South America. He retired from the USAF in 1963 and worked for Hamilton Aircraft until 1972.
Wendelle Stevens was actively involved in ufology for 54 years, first as Director of Investigations for the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) in Tucson, Ariz., where he retired. He amassed one of the largest collections of UFO photos and investigated a number of contact cases, published in more than 22 books. His most famous one was the Billy Meier case in Switzerland.
In Dec. 1997 he received an award for lifetime achievement at the First World UFO Forum in Brazilia, capital of Brazil. He was a founder and Director of the International UFO Congress.
. He wishes to be best remembered for his hard and tireless work in life.
Wendelle was so loved by so many, he was considered the Grandfather of UFOLOGY and led the way for so many people to become who they are. The world is a sadder place with Dad gone.
Please visit the Obituary for Lt. Colonel Wendelle Stevens
In his 54 years of this research, he has collected more than 4000 actual UFO photographs. He has written and co-authored over 18 books on extensive UFO contact cases. He also organizes the International UFO Congress. Born and raised in Minnesota, He began his own research and collection effort, eventually amassing the largest private collection of UFO photographs in the world. He began to publish reports on the events, and wrote many illustrated articles for many UFO publications. Disenchanted with the dearth of detail on contact events reported in books and journals of the time, he began preparing detailed reports of his own investigations. He has published more than 22 books. He continued his investigations at his own expense, still seeking the elusive answers to the many questions raised by this phenomenon. Wendelle has been a Director of the International UFO Congress since its inception. Wendelle passed 07 Sept 2010
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