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The San Francisco Tesla Society

Presents a free presentation featuring

Barbara Honegger, M.S.

"September Surprise, October Surprise:
Everything You Think You Know About 9/11 Is Wrong"

Sunday, October 9, 2005  1 - 5 p.m. at

Round Table Pizza
Banquet Room on 2nd Floor
5160 Geary Blvd. (at 16th Ave.)
San Francisco, California

Barbara Honegger, a senior military affairs journalist and founding member of the International 9/11 Truth Alliance, will complement Jim Hoffman's September SF Tesla Society presentation on the World Trade Center attacks, with her talk featuring the scientific investigation and data analysis of the 9/11 Pentagon attacks.

A leading 9/11 researcher, Honegger was the first to expose the meaning and central importance of the multiple-hijack-scenario anti-terror emergency response exercises and wargames being conducted by the Bush Administration on Sept. 11th.  Her 9/11 contributions are prominently credited and featured in Crossing the Rubicon by Michael Ruppert and Inside Job by Jim Marrs.

Ms. Honegger served as a White House Policy Analyst in the 1980's and was the first public resignation of conscience from the Reagan-Bush Administration.  She is the author of October Surprise, the first book to document the secret deal between the 1980 Reagan-Bush Campaign and the radical Islamist Khomeini regime to delay the release of the U.S. hostages in Iran until after the 1981 presidential inauguration of Ronald Reagan.   Exposure of the "October Surprise" ignited a major Congressional investigation.

Ms. Honegger earned the first accredited U.S. graduate degree in Consciousness Studies/Experimental Parapsychology, from John F. Kennedy University (1981).  She holds a B.A. in Communications/Honors Writing from Stanford University (1969), with additional expertise in the neuropsychology of human and nonhuman primate communication. 


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Parking is available on the
street or for $ 2 per hour in
the garage nearby behind
ROSS Dept. Store.

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