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Join Nassim for a day in Los Angeles! SATURDAY,
Join Nassim for a day in Los Angeles!
Want to have a deeper understanding of the leading advancements in consciousness, physics and technology, and how they explain a Connected Universe? Join physicist, Nassim Haramein, Saturday Aug. 5th for his first full-day conference in years to learn the implications of such new frontiers in science.
These latest developments in unified physics are being supported with growing evidence that our universe is deeply connected, from a quantum micro-scale to a gravitational macro-scale. Haramein who has been writing such physics has been able to bridge some of the largest gaps between cosmology and quantum physics. His latest discoveries on the inner workings of our holographic fractal universe, ourselves, and our collective evolution will change the way you experience yourself and the world around you.
Get a detailed explanation of his most recent papers, The Unified Spacememory Network: from cosmogenesis to consciousness, recently published in the December 2016 Volume of the Journal of Neuroquan tology; and The Electron and the Holographic Mass. These papers shed light on the fundamental nature of space, time, energy and matter; and how his holographic mass solution, expanded to the electron masses of all elements in the periodic table, affect our understanding of the role of consciousness and creation. Learn how Haramein is not only developing groundbreaking theories but as well applying them to evolutionary technologies. Walk away with all of your existing dots connected and your perception opened up to a whole new dimension of awareness of the entire universe. Plus, catch bonus features and commentary of the newly released documentary film, The Connected Universe!
WHAT TO EXPECT:
In-depth breakdown of Haramein’s latest papers
Excerpts from The Connected Universe Film
Sneak peak of his technological developments
Question & Answer Session
Conference: 10:00am – 6:00pm
VIP After Party and Meet & Greet with Nassim Haramein 6:00pm – 8:00pm
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Wanderlust Hollywood has a small parking lot which is not designed to accommodate all day parking. Ample street parking is available on Highland Avenue and in the surrounding neighborhood. (To avoid costly tickets and potentially getting towed please follow all parking meter rules and street signage.) We encourage you to arrive 15-20 minutes early to find street parking. If you DO wish to park in the WL lot, all day parking is $20.
Nearby public parking garages are: Standard Parking // 6922 Hollywood Blvd Central Parking System // 6801 Hollywood Blvd Grant Parking // 6933 Hollywood Blvd
Car Rental At LAX
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Shuttles to and from LAX
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Ride Services Lyft is the alternative transportation partner of Wanderlust Hollywood. Lyft customers receive $20 off their first ride. Download the app and use the code “WANDERLUST.” https://www.lyft.com/app Uber // https://www.uber.com/
Taxi // http://www.lataxi.com/index.html
Hotels + Hostels Within Walking Distance
W Hollywood // http://www.whollywoodhotel.com/
Use the Wanderlust Friends with Benefits code and get the best rates they have available – at least a 30% discount. Just type in “WANDERLUST” in the promo code section of the booking engine and the rates will be discounted.
The Redbury // http://theredbury.com/hollywood/
The Hollywood Roosevelt // http://www.thehollywoodroosevelt.com/
Orange Drive Hostel // http://orangedrivehostel.com/
Magic Castle Hotel // http://magiccastlehotel.com/
Hollywood Le Bon Hotel // http://hollywoodlebonhotel.com/
Loews Hollywood Hotel // https://www.loewshotels.com/hollywood-hotel/
Legend Hotel Hollywood // http://www.legendhotelhollywood.com/
Dunes Inn Sunset // http://dunesinnsunset.com/
Hilton Garden Inn // http://hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com
Other Hotels + Hostels Nearby
Banana Bungalow Hostel // http://www.bananabungalowus.com/
Youth Hostel-type accommodations with dorm rooms that house 6-8 people, and private rooms (you may add up to 3 extra people for the private rooms – there is an additional fee for each person). The dorm rooms are the cheapest place to stay. However, they are generally noisy, the beds are not super comfortable, and you have to share one bathroom. The private room has a queen bed, and a bunk bed, fridge, microwave, TV, and private bathroom. There is a community kitchen, laundry facilities, and free wifi and the Super Shuttle service runs to the hostel from the airport.
The Farmers Daughter // http://www.farmersdaughterhotel.com
Adorable, centrally-located hotel, directly next the Los Angeles Grove (great food, restaurants and shopping) with an upscale barn-like feel, very clean rooms with free wifi and an onsite restaurant with great food and room service. The Farmers Daughter is a great place to stay if you don’t mind the higher cost and want to stay somewhere where the rooms have personality and where there is a little more action nearby. There are no kitchens in the rooms, however each room has a mini fridge, a coffee maker, a flat screen TV and hypo allergenic bedding.
Live Luxe // http://liveluxetravel.com/
If several students get together to share accommodations this could be a very good option. Wifi, laundry and kitchen are all included and rates are good. One of their apartments is The Ruby, a clean, cute 2 bedroom, 2 bath apartment with a pull out sofa and big kitchen, free wifi, parking garage with two spaces. Facility has a small onsite gym with pool and Jacuzzi. Contact Kaitlin firstname.lastname@example.org
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
1357 N. HIGHLAND AVENUE LOS ANGELES, CA 90028
Fabian Alsultany - Wanderlust Director of Programminghollywood@wanderlust.com
Come “Hang out” with Nassim once a month as he shares his thoughts and research on a variety of topics related to Unified Physics, current events and emerging
Come “Hang out” with Nassim once a month as he shares his thoughts and research on a variety of topics related to Unified Physics, current events and emerging physics trends.
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Discuss and share what you are learning and discovering as you move through the Delegate program with other students from around the world in these hosted virtual breakout group sessions. [memb_has_membership
Discuss and share what you are learning and discovering as you move through the Delegate program with other students from around the world in these hosted virtual breakout group sessions.
Two Breakout Group sessions are scheduled each month for Academy students. These session are fun, engaging and connecting. Come hang out!
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