World Contact Day
Every year on March 15th, people around the globe unite on World Contact to make contact with extra-terrestrial (ET) life and alien civilizations.
Nearly half of all human beings believe that intelligent alien civilization exists. This is according to a recent survey conducted in 24 different countries. More than 60 percent believe that there is some life form on other planets. Those who believe other life forms exist think we should try to make contact with them.
If you are one who doesn’t believe in aliens, maybe these things will help you change your mind:
- The U.S. government takes UFOs seriously.
- Scientists think that certain planets are habitable.
- Many people claim to have personal contact with aliens and have been able to draw pictures describing their experiences.
- Many people have reported UFO sightings and have taken pictures to prove it.
- There are a lot of things that happen in the sky that are simply unexplainable.
If aliens really do exist, why haven’t we made contact with them? There are several theories. Some believe aliens are either sleeping, hiding or still evolving. Others think that humans haven’t spent enough time looking. Maybe aliens are already here, and we just haven’t figured it out yet.
World Contact Day History
The International Flying Saucer Bureau (IFSB) declared the first World Contact Day in 1953. On this day, IFSB members sent a telepathic message into space. Part of the message stated, “We are your friends, and would like you to make an appearance here on EARTH. Please come in peace and help us with our EARTHLY problems. Let us hear from you.” While the IFSB no longer exists, many people throughout the years have tried to make contact with aliens. In 2013, on the 60th anniversary, World Contact Day was celebrated for a week.