Kenneth Sheetz and Elizabeth England

Kenneth Sheetz and Elizabeth England
Free Lecture
A Sunday Day Pass is required to attend this free lecture
How Patrick Flanagan Inspired CoolestTechEver.com

Sunday, February 9th - 4pm - 4:45pm – Room: Century B

 

On December 19. 2019 at 2:20 AM Ecuador time Dr. Patrick Flanagan, in the arms of his love Stephanie Sutton, transitioned from this life. Deepak Chopra had this to say on the passing of this father of the conscious movement:

"Patrick Flanagan was a spiritual and scientific genius and extraordinary human being with unlimited compassion and love in his heart. I’m grateful to have known him in this thin slice of cosmic time. He helped my own personal spiritual journey with his insight and friendship. I wish him happy trails on his continued journey."

CoolestTechEver.com's Ken Sheetz and Elizabeth England, share the story of how Dr. Patrick Flanagan of PhiSciences.com' amazing inventions became 

CoolestTechEver.com's Ken Sheetz and Elizabeth England, share the story of how Dr. Patrick Flanagan of PhiSciences.com' amazing inventions became crowdfunding perks for CoolestMeditationEver.com film project in the Antarctic, supporting our 2012 meditations to reduce fears of the Mayan predictions of the end of the world and to set 24 intentions, one for each time zone of the world, for a better tomorrow. This cosmically inspired intersection of meditation, art and science with Dr. Flanagan attracted other cool tech from Jonathan Goldman, Jason Stiles iTorus, and Blushield EMF protection, launching CoolestTechEver.com and our 2020 Arctic Coolest Meditations Ever to reverse global warming.

Elizabeth will open the lecture with a sacred kirtan ceremony to honor Dr. Flanagan followed by filmmaker Ken Sheetz's recollections of the friendship he developed filming his new 70 minute documentary THE FLANAGAN EXPERIMENTS, showing Friday, February 7th: 6pm - 7:30pm - Room: Marina.

See some the coolest tech ever collection inspired by Dr. Flanagan and visit CTE's Ken and Elizabeth at booth #253 in the International Ballroom they are sharing with PhiSciences.com.