Dr. Steven Greer’s CE5 Protocols Led to Mass UFO Sighting
Is it possible to contact extraterrestrials telepathically? According to the experiences of Dr. Steven Greer and a specific set of rules he calls the Close Encounter of the Fifth Kind (CE5) protocols, you can. And he has stories to prove it.
In the summer of 1975, Dr. Greer went to Maharishi International University to study transcendental meditation and become a teacher. During the last phase of his training, he took a retreat with some fellow students to Isola, France, a small resort town in the Maritime Alps, near the border of Italy.
Dr. Greer said that at one point he decided to go off on his own and practice his CE5 protocols, which he says he co-created with an extraterrestrial entity during a contact experience as a young adult.
Part of these protocols involves going into deep states of meditation and opening up one’s consciousness to the possibility of contact with beings from elsewhere in the universe. Once this is done, the meditator then asks any extraterrestrial entities to make contact, while guiding them with a specific vector to their location; this involves universally, galactically, within our solar system, planet, country, and so on.
Having mentally scanned the galaxies for any signs of extraterrestrial life, Dr. Greer said he believed he had found a signal from some location, directing whatever intelligence was there to his location in the French Alps.
Before he knew it, a silver, seamless tetrahedron materialized in the air, on a day in which the sky was blue and there were few clouds.
But it wasn’t just Dr. Greer who witnessed the craft, in fact, this was the first mass sighting initiated by these CE5 protocols. Though it certainly wouldn’t be the last.
Others in his group witnessed the massive tetrahedron floating in the midday sky, shocked by what they were seeing. But unsurprisingly, Dr. Greer’s colleagues started to become afraid as they had not been prepared to witness such an incredible phenomenon, and at that moment the craft disappeared.
When fear sets in, visiting ETs can sense it, Dr. Greer says. And instead of maintaining their presence, they opt to leave so as not to perpetuate that fear or cause hysteria. This is something he has learned to coach his followers on during group CE5 meditations, as it can quickly end a contact experience.
Directing ET craft to your precise location, rather than a general vicinity, is also important as Dr. Greer learned during a solo CE5 meditation he conducted in North Carolina in which an ET craft was tracked on the local airport’s radar, eliciting reactions from local pilots in the area.
To hear the recording of the UFO Dr. Greer contacted that was tracked on FAA radar watch Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind: Origins
The 1952 Washington, D.C., UFO Incident, Explained
The Great 1952 Washington, D.C., UFO Incident
It was around 11:40 p.m. on Saturday night, July 19, 1952. Air traffic controller Edward Nugent was at his radar screen at Washington National Airport in Washington, D.C., when he saw seven unusual blips on the screen. No known aircraft were in the area and there was no explanation for the presence of the objects. Nugent called his superior, Harry Barnes, to come and look. Together, they watched the mysterious objects dart across the sky. They even checked to make sure the radar was working properly.
Nugent and his boss checked with the control tower and learned that both controllers in the tower had also seen the blips. They called nearby Andrews Air Force Base, where controllers also saw strange objects on their radar screens.
Two of the objects clearly hovered over the White House, with another one over the Capitol. Controllers at both airports began tracking the objects, which they estimated to be traveling at about 130 mph when they suddenly disappeared from the radar screen. Then appeared again, zipping all around the sky. One made a 90-degree turn and another one suddenly went in reverse, both maneuvers that American airplanes could not make at the time.
An airline captain, S.C. Pierman, was waiting on the tarmac in the cockpit of his DC-4 at National Airport for authorization to take off. While waiting, he saw six objects moving about the sky. Over a 14-minute time period, Pierman would see the objects and then they would disappear, reappearing moments later. He was talking to controller Barnes this entire time. Every time Pierman reported a sighting, a blip appeared on Barnes’s radar screen. At 5:30 a.m. on Sunday morning, July 20, the objects disappeared entirely.
Were these really unidentified flying objects (UFOs)? Did they come back again on another day for a second look? What was the significance of the 1952 UFO sightings and how did the sightings become known as the Great UFO Flap of 1952?
The Objects Return on July 26, 1952
At around 8:15 p.m. one week later, a stewardess and a captain were on an inbound flight into Washington National Airport. They observed strange lights above their plane. At the same time, an officer at Andrews Air Force Base also observed the objects. Other pilots in the air at the time saw them, too. Similar to the occurrence from the week before, the “encore performance” of the UFOs ended around dawn on Sunday morning. The objects disappeared from sight and off of the airport radar.