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89 AlienWare Sedona Uptown Store NOW OPEN

! ! ! We're Here ! ! ! 89 AlienWare UFO Gift Shop NOW OPEN Sedona Uptown Store 441 Forest Rd. Suite 3 Uptown  Click Here For Directions The Most Fun Store of Things To Do In Sedona UFO & Paranormal Gifts T-Shirts, Coffee Mugs, Hats, Coaster and lots more  Stop in and get your picture with Zandar..... Sedona's Resident Alien   We have a large assortment of...

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Personalized Pet Souvenirs Sedona

You Love Your Pet and Your Pet Loves You Create a Unique Sedona Memory Staring Your Pet Featuring PET PILLOW  Custom Photo Sequin Pillow Cases Reversible Sequins - The flip technology allows you to create funky designs and many patterns you desire. When you run your fingers across it, reversible sequins will flip and change into different patterns. MAGIC!  ...

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Why choose US vs Another company?

Each person gets their own goggle The other companies require you to share a goggle and are mostly pointing out satellites You can share a goggle if your budget does not allow for a personal goggle realizing you will not see all the activity but will see plenty in the one hour    We wait until 2 hours after sunset so that IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO SEE A SATELLITE ….All...

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Top 5 you can do in Sedona

Top 5 you can do in Sedona

Top 5 Best Activity You Can Do in Sedona Amazing rock formations, challenging terrain, and a touch of spirituality. These are the things that make Sedona what it is. A haven for seekers, both the adventure and the spiritual kind, this town in Arizona is definitely an experience you should never miss. So you’ve looked online for vacation rentals in Sedona, AZ, you...

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Chapel of the Holy Cross

Chapel of the Holy Cross

The Chapel of the Holy Cross is on the top 100 most visited religious structures on the planet The Chapel of the Holy Cross is the artistic vision of a determined lady in Hungary, Marquerite Brunswig Staude.  The first conception came to her while in New York, watching the Empire state Building being built.  When she viewed a from a certain angle, she could see a a...

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Who were the first people in Sedona, really?

Who were the first people in Sedona, really?

The First People in Sedona According to the documented history of Sedona, she started attracting her first residents around 8000 BC They were a band of Paleo Indians that crossed the Bering Straight from Asia and found their way into Sedona.  They subsisted on wild game such as big horn sheep, elk and deer as well as gathering plants and berries and pinyon...

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Spend Your Best Day in Sedona on a Vortex

Spend Your Best Day in Sedona on a Vortex

Getting around Sedona should include time on a vortex! One of the important things to know about Sedona is that often times GPS does not get you to the address your looking for. The Vortex energy here can be confusing for people and electronics (come back soon for my upcoming blog on the Sedona Vortexes to prepare first before going on a vortex).   The first...

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How To Talk To Ghosts

How to talk to Ghosts   First important fact about ghosts is that they are people too.  They simply do not know they are dead most of the time.  They also may have unfinished business they need to resolve.  Sometimes they are hanging out because they have an important message they are trying to get to someone.  Some ghosts can be very active with the living and...

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The Amitabha Stupa

Making the Amitabha Stupa   “Here in the United States there are so few places to expect the miraculous.  The Amitabha Stupa is one such place”    Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo   The Sedona Peace Park is a place to touch the sacred and be transformed.  It is home to the Amitabha Stupa.  It is a Buddhists Architecture that symbolizes and embodies the enlightened...

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Hopi Blue Star Prophecy

Hopi Blue Star Prophecy   I will give you my version of the Blue Star prophecy which is simplified a great deal.  I will summarize the prophecy but you can read so much more about it on the web.  I just want to show you a sacred rock here in Sedona to the Hopi.  This is Kachina rock with the Blue Star. Hopi means People of Peace.  The Hopi were brought here in...

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