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CE-5 Research Group


Every month, a global effort  lead by the group  and aims at coordinating a collective of more than 5000+ peaceful groups and individuals from 50+ countries who join once a month to make coordinated, interactive and united contact with numerous loving and peaceful ET civilizations.

This project is a scientific, diplomatic and humanitarian endeavour and requires a non-prejudiced view towards any and all ET People visiting the earth. These efforts are expended on behalf of all conscious, sentient and intelligent people throughout the universe.

We would like to promote the idea that both human and ETI, as intelligent and conscious beings are essentially more alike than dissimilar.The South African Centre for the Search of Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence is dedicated to the study of both our shared and unique characteristics.

The Cape Town based CE-5 research group was formed in November 2013 after gathering a group of like-minded individuals  to conduct research of the fifth kind in remote locations of the Western Cape region.

Researchers, UFO enthusiast and curious minds have since then taken part in multiple  CE-5 training expeditions all yielding successful results and confirming the efficacy of the proposed protocols and the possibility for any individual to engage in citizen diplomacy with extra-terrestrial visitors.

To join this incredible grassroots movement, you may start by locating and getting in touch with other contact workers in your area by clicking here and to learn more about how to create a CE-5 group and make ET contact, click here.

We invite you to join the Cape Town CE-5 research team on our journey towards Universal Peace and Global Unity by getting in touch with us at



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“It now seems quite clear that Earth is not the only inhabited planet. There is evidence that the bulk of the stars in the sky have planetary systems. Recent research concerning the origin of life on Earth suggests that the physical and chemical processes leading to the origin of life occur rapidly in the early history of the majority of planets within our Milky Way galaxy–perhaps as many as a million–are inhabited by technical civilizations in advance of our own. Interstellar space flight is far beyond our present technical capabilities, but there seems to be no fundamental physical objections to preclude, from our own vantage point, the possibility of its development by other civilizations.”

Carl Sagan, Ph.D. (Late Professor of Astronomy and Space Sciences, Cornell University)