For Immediate Release: December 28, 2017
Contact: Rebecca Hardcastle Wright, PhD
Mobile: (301) 915-4660
Phoenix, AZ – Recent Disclosure by former members of the United States government concerning the Pentagon’s Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program has revealed little about the ongoing interaction between extraterrestrials and humans. It invites a broader discussion which can be more effectively led by those who have experienced this contact.
The 70-year history of such government-military studies has been primarily focused on addressing the threat to national security, which has left Experiencers as the primary authority on the nature and motives of the extraterrestrials. They have addressed many of the subsequent questions and concerns provoked by this recent Disclosure, and therefore offer a critical resource.
To serve this process, the Institute for Exoconsciousness created an international program called the Community of the Exoconscious. Its mandate is to connect the global community of Experiencers in order to foster and serve open discussion of extraterrestrial-human interaction. This community collectively offers many thousands of years of experience in the many facets of this phenomenon.
According to Dr. Rebecca Hardcastle Wright, Founder of the Institute for Exoconsciousness, “Disclosure leads to cultural acceptance and gradual confirmation of the extraterrestrial presence. Disclosure provides an opportunity for extraterrestrial Experiencers to share their transformations of consciousness, physical healings, heightened psychic abilities and planetary awareness. Furthermore, their authority is strengthened by recent scientific research and validation of extraterrestrial contact.”
Miguel Mendonça, author of Meet the Hybrids and numerous other books that gave voice to Experiencers states that, “We can deepen the conversation by exploring the varied, yet often common learnings that come from encounters with non-human intelligences, and in particular, information on the interconnected, multidimensional nature of being.”
Working in conjunction with the Institute for Exoconsciousness are the Disclosure Activists, led by Dr. Lisa Galarneau and Russell Calka. Their mission includes coverage of official public government Disclosure and the work of extraterrestrial Experiencer groups.
Importantly, this recent Disclosure coincides with advances in scientific research into the human-extraterrestrial experience. The Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (FREE) has undertaken a detailed statistical analysis of extraterrestrial experiences indicating that 70% are positive and beneficial.
Filmmaker Caroline Corys recent documentary E.T. Contact: They Are Here, also provides “scientific evidence of a greater phenomenon at work.”