Logan Visionary Conference 2018
"Two Views of Heaven"

Highways by Ingo Swann. On loan from the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum, Washington, DC

Please join us as we explore "Two Views of Heaven"

In complement to AVAM’s latest mega-exhibition, The Great Mystery Show, this year’s Logan Visionary Conference explores celestial mysteries, "Two Views of Heaven" – one theological and the other, secular/scientific. All the presenters are "sleuths for the truth" – dedicated experts who artfully and joyfully seek to understand life’s greatest mysteries and to inspire deeper thinking in all of us.

AVAM’s Logan Visionary Conference will feature a collaborator with The Vatican Observatory Foundation, Father James Kurzynski; the legendary former Stanford Research Institute researcher, ufologist, and astronomer who was first to design a computer system to map Mars, Jacques Vallee; author and student of Ingo Swann, skeptic securities attorney turned psychic, Nancy Dutertre; and author and filmmaker Alex Chionetti, who has personally discovered two lost ancient Inca cities and is an expert on the Mary sightings phenomenon, among others exciting scholars. These innovative thinkers are committed to tight, short, lively, plain speech expression of the highlights of their life’s research and work in the effort to deepen our communal reflection on the enduring mysteries of the heavens and our relationship to them.

The Logan Visionary Conference is made possible as a free public event through the kindness and generosity of The Reva and David Logan Foundation.

The event is free however please RSVP to attend by emailing