David Sereda’s first aspiration in life was to become an astronaut. He kept a scrapbook of every Apollo mission while growing up in Berkeley and San Francisco, California in the 1960s. In approximately 1968, while David was on his way home …from elementary school in Berkeley, California, he and his friend Tommy witnessed a large, classic disc-shaped UFO hovering in a clear blue sky with hundreds of witnesses shouting with excitement in the streets all pointing upwards in utter amazement. After 20 minutes to a half an hour of witnessing this UFO, David said he saw it literally disappear in one second into another invisible dimension, a subject that would take him until the year 2000 to understand. With a permanent and affected memory, David grew up as a UFO enthusiast never living in doubt of the phenomena that has swept the world since the Roswell incident in 1947. His interest in space, religion, philosophy, astronomy and science led him on his career in related fields. He has worked deeply in high technology, on environmental and humanitarian issues and as a professional photographer for over 20 years*. He has studied world religion, science, physics and paranormal psychology for over 25 years on virtually hundreds of issues.
From 1995 through 2001, at the request of Martyn Stubbs (who video cataloged over 400 hours of live NASA broadcast missions) and Michael Boyle (Professional Photographer associate of Mr. Stubbs) David Sereda conducted a deep scientific investigation into the scientific community at NASA and outside of the agency into 1990s space shuttle mission video footage of Unidentified Flying Object Phenomena. The results of that investigation led to the development of the book and documentary film, “Evidence, The Case For NASA UFOs.”
David’s Ancient of Days 2004 topic
“NASA’s Video Evidence of UFOs”
Confronting Officials with the Paper Trail
David expects Volume 2 of his NASA material to be available at this conference
MORE: *Curiously, David is also the photographer who “discovered” Pamela (now Lee) Anderson. All that aside, from 1979 to 2001, in part-time reforestation work, David Sereda has personally planted over 1 million trees in the forests of the Pacific Northwest of British Columbia, Canada, Alaska and some in California. He has worked with oil spill clean-up on several oil spills, in California and in the North West. In 1990-1992, he became Director of the L.A. based “Tesla Foundation” promoting “Scientific Discoveries For a Better Environment” where he promoted breakthroughs in non-radioactive nuclear energy, solar power and hydrogen fuel technologies. … From 2000-2001, David Sereda co-founded, with Ms. Shawn Mussell, “The Native Elders Video Library Archives” a non-profit, California based foundation developing a Video Library of Native American Indian Elders oral teachings and wisdom.