is an author, public speaker and radio host on the topic of UFOs, the Moorish Legacy and related matters. He was born in Tampa, Florida and he grew up in Farmingdale, New York, studying art, math, science fiction and the cosmos. He earned an Associate’s degree in Advertising Art and Design and a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts and Communication at New York State University. He also received the Certificate of Achievement Award, honored for Outstanding Achievement, at New York State University for his dedicated work with Extraterrestrial Intervention and Alien Abduction Phenomena. He is an alumnus of both Farmingdale and Old Westbury colleges. Since publishing his experiences on the subject of alien contact in 1999, Richard has traveled throughout the U.S. speaking to audiences.
Lecture Seminar Program
The Moor, the Mason and the Alien
A Revolutionary Perspective on Humanity
This presentation will take the audience on an educational and riveting journey through our evolving global society, the ever-vigilant galactic community and the family of man, exploring all things extraterrestrial and discussing the metaphoric, sociological and historical symbolisms therein and how they relate to the human condition. It will explore the principal and central influences originating from ancient and modern history that have brought the human race to its present sociological state of critical mass. Using the cosmology of our solar system as a platform, subject matter relating to linguistics, economics, history, health and wealth will be discussed. Topics will include extraterrestrial intervention, alien contact, the Moorish legacy, the Masonic agenda, the Temple of Solomon, the gene for passion and the human (hue-man) being’s place in the scheme of things. Presented by Richard Smith.