Supernatural Crossroads Conference


Survey the Supernaturalist Worldview from Ancient Near East Texts & Archaeology, Historical & Current Accounts, and from Cross-Cultural Studies & Societal Trends.

April 27-30, 2016

at the Holiday Inn Indianapolis Airport

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Registration for this 3.5 day, 4 speaker event is donation-based. Donate the amount you wish. All donations are tax deductible. $125 donation for registration is suggested.* Individual person registrations only. Donate any amount (at or above the $3 minimum) using the iDonate buttons below, and your registration is complete! Simply bring your iDonate-generated Thank You Receipt and ID to the Conference Desk.

*Partial (“day”) registrations processed the same as full registration — donations accepted.
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*On-Demand sessions will be provided by the same process as Live Streaming. Simply indicate “On Demand” in the subject line of the forwarded iDonate Thank You receipt. [Links will not be generated and sent before April 15]
*DVD Recordings of the Sessions will be made available after the Conference.



The RiverWinds (Chief Joseph & Laralyn)
L A Marzulli
Russ Dizdar
Gary Kah


THERE are two paradigms for life, two views of the world in which we live: the naturalist view and the supernaturalist view. Welcome to Indiana, the Crossroads of America, where The Supernatural Crossroads Conference gives you well-studied, alternative explanations for the otherwise unexplainable!


  1. Familiarize yourself with the First Nation artifacts & sites, historical settlement accounts and archaeological records of Indiana (Morgan County, Porter County, Madison County) which attest to phenomena such as:
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    • 7ft. – 8 ft. Giant Human Skeletons
    • Ritual human sacrifice
    • Advanced solar calendar / geomagnetic communication networks. Were they the musing pastime of savage simpletons, or (like the Mayans) something more? Hear from a Native Chief whether all First Nation peoples practice the same rituals?
    • Learn how present-day Indiana and the Midwest is statistically shaped by all these matters.
  2. Discover that Ancient Near East archaeology & texts (Ancient Hebrew Tanakh + Greek New Testament) support the Indiana findings and give perspective to supernatural phenomena like:
    • 8 ft. – 32 ft. Giant Human Skeletons
    • Origins of human sacrifice, RA, etc.
    • Spirits/ghosts, Angels, Demons, possessions, etc.
    • Otherworldly lights, UFOs and “aliens” (a.k.a. “fallen angels”)
    • Wizards, Warlocks, Shape-shifters, Witches, magic, mysticism, sorcery; Cults and Occult
  3. According to social statistics and trends, as well as Ancient Near East prophecies, what is the future of Indiana, the Midwest & its residents? How can one navigate a world “at a crossroads” with the supernatural?


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    Ancient Akkadian Stele Relief

    Openly discuss your supernatural / paranormal experiences.

  2. Survey truths from the Guidebook of the Supernatural (Ancient Hebrew Tanakh + Greek New Testament) concerning spiritual restoration, health and wholeness.
  3. Learn & Practice the arts of spiritual defense and prayer from our speakers.
  4. Go further in depth with Ancient Near East prophecies which concern our world and lives, both today and in the future.
  5. Gain practical methods for noting the supernatural in everyday life.
  6. Q&A Panel Discussion with our Speakers

Schedule is as Follows:

9:00am – 12:00pm — Registration
1:00pm — 2:15pm: 1st Session
2:25pm — 3:45pm: 2nd Session
3:55pm — 5:00pm: 3rd Session
5:10pm — 6:00pm: 4th Session and/or Workshop


8:00am – 9:15am: 1st Session
9:30am — 10:45am: 2nd Session
10:45am — 12:00am: 1st Workshop
12:00pm — 12:55pm: Lunch
1:00pm — 2:15pm: 3rd Session
2:15pm — 2:30pm: Break
2:30pm — 3:45pm: 4th Session
3:45pm — 4:00pm: Break
4:00pm — 5:00pm: 2nd Workshop


8:00am – 9:15am: 1st Session
9:30am — 10:45am: 2nd Session
10:55am — 12:00am: 1st Workshop
12:00pm — 12:55pm: Lunch
1:00pm — 2:15pm: 3rd Session
2:15pm — 2:30pm: Break
2:30pm — 3:45pm: 4th Session
3:45pm — 4:00pm: Break
4:00pm — 5:00pm: 2nd Workshop


8:00am – 9:30am: 1st Session
9:45am — 10:30am: 2nd Session
10:30am — 11:30am: Workshop


Conference begins at 1:00pm on the 27th and ends at 11:30am on the 30th. On site registration opens at 9am on the 27th, closes 12:00pm.