"Don't stop looking." This was the first message Ricardo received that led him on a nearly three-decade long investigation of UFOs and ET-related phenomena.

In this episode, Ricardo introduces us to some of the most influential people in the Ibero-American ufology movement, a movement that spans more than 50 years. Characters like Carlos and Sixto Paz Wells (Grupo Rama), J.J. Benítez (journalist and best-selling author), María del Socorro Pérez (aka "Marla”), Enrique Castillo Rincón, Maruja Soler de Acervo, José Carlos Paz Garcia, and Fabio Zerpa. Not only are these individuals witnesses, contactees, and researchers, but they have also developed the techniques known today as "contact protocols," and proposed the typology of close encounters of the fourth and fifth type. These extraordinary experts also created institutes such as the IPRI: the Peruvian Institute of Interplanetary Relations, the first ufology research group in all of America, and published books such as “UFOs: SOS to humanity,” which promoted the CE5 protocols and the creation of contact groups throughout Latin America in the 1970s.

Opening the story of his nearly life-long journey of experiences and adventures, Ricardo shares his first extraterrestrial contact, the messages he received, and the importance they have for the evolution of humanity. Explore Earth’s relationship with the universe at large through the lens of historical contact experiences in Latin America.

Audio Languages: English, Spanish
Subtitles: Spanish, English, čeština