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Famous Cases

Self-education is, I firmly believe, the only kind of education there is.” ― Isaac Asimov

Taking from the words of this American author and professor of biochemistry,  the page below will provide you with a list of numerous well recorded cases where individuals or groups of people have reported some form of contact or interactions with beings from another world. Crazy you may think? We thought so too.

We would like to promote your curiosity and your wonder by encouraging you to educate and research for yourselves  some of the most fascinating close encounters our world has experienced. Most of these cases would without a shadow of a doubt make worldwide headline news if we lived in a society where information was free, abundant and trustworthy.  We firmly believe  that these stories and experiences are worth sharing and preserving for individuals like you who  dare to go beyond the accepted limited  paradigm and box that our society is presently finding itself in.

Please take into consideration that we encourage healthy skepticism but that we recognize the great deal of difference between skepticism and prejudice.

We invite you to plunge into a world of mystery, revelations and fascination.

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*The following list is constantly being added and is not exhaustive, you are advised to bear in mind that they still exists numerable Contact Cases that you may find and discover beyond this website.

  1. The Phoenix Lights
  2. The Ariel School Incident
  3. The Billy Meier Story

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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)