UNITED NATIONS - The UN building - Manhattan ~ February 18, 2005
Hosts - The Society for Enlightenment & Transformation
"We seek to inspire, inform, enlighten, and uplift your spirits"
The Society for Enlightenment and Transformation (SEAT) is part of the United Nations Staff Recreational Council (UNSRC). This is a group of clubs that is sanctioned by the UN for members, guests, employees and delegates of the United Nations. On February 18th, 2005, Lee Carroll was again invited to bring Kryon's message to this group. Having been there before in 1995, 96, and 98, this 10-year anniversary of Kryon's first visit was presented in the Dag Hammarskjold Library Auditorium in the UN building in Manhattan, New York. Lee elected to also include Dr. Todd Ovokaitys to give a profound message abut his company's research with the HIV virus, and his recent visit to South Africa, where he presented his findings to world-class scientists at the annual African Natural medicine Conference in Stellenbosch. We thank Lina Arellano, president of SEAT, and Susan Bastarrica, Vice President, for this wonderful opportunity.
SEAT Email: Lina Arellano: arellanol@un.org
Read the channelling that day.... http://www.kryon.com/k_chanelUN2005.html
Lee begins the meeting with a lecture. The United Nation's SEAT meetings and the Kryon cruises are the only time you will ever see Lee in a tie!

Directly below: Lee presents
Dr. Todd Ovokaitys
Directly above: Lee Carroll and Lina Arellano as she gives him a gift from the SEAT. (right) - the SEAT staff plus the presenters: Lina Arellano, Nari Sitaraman, Noema Chaplin, Patti Carroll, Lee Carroll, Mansour Ali Faridi, Amanda Mehta, and Dr. Todd Ovokaitys
Posing in front of the General Assembly auditorium. (left) Lee Carroll (right) Dr. Todd Ovokaitys, Lesli Cohen, Noema Chaplin, Patti Carroll, Lee Carroll, and Mansour Ali Faridi.
A big thank you to our friends and guests that day, Joya and Will Clark (some of these photos were taken by them), and also Edna Frankel, and Rich Dadillis, standing by one of the lobby murals.
The view out of Lee's hotel window. It was cold, but clear. The day after, it began to snow. Below, you get to see the famous "Gates" in Central Park, an art project with 7,500 orange fabric gates, all paid for with private funds.

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