We celebrate World Contact Day on March 15 every year. The day brings all alien life enthusiasts together to attempt to contact extraterrestrial beings. It is fascinating to see how many Unidentified Flying Objects (U.F.O.s) humans have reportedly found on Earth! People claim to see them every minute of the day! But, it is not just about flying objects. There are strange and interesting things such as crop circles, unusual signals, and fossils that show the possibility of life outside earth. So, whether E.T. managed to phone home or not, World Contact Day is a fun day to learn all about alien encounters.
History of World Contact Day
World Contact Day has been celebrated for the last 68 years on March 15. It was initiated by The International Flying Saucer Bureau (I.F.S.B.) in 1952 by Albert K. Bender. Later, the founder revealed a strange yet interesting story. Apparently, three men in black visited him at his house, and they communicated with him telepathically. He felt like he was being transported. Bender also reported having a second visit from three floating figures in shadows. They told him they had captured humans from earth to disguise themselves to have a human form on earth for their visits.
In the summer of 1953, Bender made a series of findings revealing the truth about U.F.O. stories, which he planned to publish in October of that year. Later in October, before publishing his discoveries, once again, he reported a visit by three men in black, who threatened him not to publish his findings of extraterrestrial life. In November 1953, he shut down the Bureau with a caution note to alien life enthusiasts.
On this day, in 1953, members of the Bureau were asked to send a peaceful telepathic note to aliens in outer space. The aliens asked for a friendly, peaceful, and mutual relationship with humans on earth and asked them to help ignorant people realize there is extraterrestrial life. In 2013, it was extended for a whole week, with a final attempt to have a massive connection on March 22. Even though the I.F.S.B. no longer exists, E.T. enthusiasts from all over the globe still celebrate World Contact Day.
World Contact Day timeline
The world’s first civilized U.F.O. club, the International Flying Saucer Bureau (I.F.S.B.) is founded.
Members of the I.F.S.B. send a telepathic message to extraterrestrial life outside of Earth asking for peaceful communication.
The IF.S.B. dissolves after the founder's contact with extraterrestrial life.
The 60th anniversary is celebrated for a whole week, ending with an attempt to have a massive connection on March 22.
World Contact Day FAQs
Do aliens exist?
Many people have tried to answer this question, even NASA! So far, we have not discovered life on other planets, and there is no scientific evidence that extraterrestrial life exists
Has anyone contacted aliens?
The founder of the International Flying Saucer Bureau reported being contacted by aliens three times. Many people across the world have reported their contact with aliens.
Can I try to have my own E.T. contact?
Yes, you can! There is no particular proven method of making contact with extraterrestrial life. Every trial and error leads to new learning!
World Contact Day Activities
Meditation is a good way to silence the mind. Organize massive meditation for like-minded people. Gather in a quiet place and meditate with a peaceful mind to communicate with alien energy telepathically.
Dress up and binge-watch!
What’s more fun than waiting for a connection? Give life to your imagination, dress up as your favorite alien, and indulge in binge-watching alien movies like “Men in Black,” “Independence Day,” and “Invasion of the Body Snatchers.”
Share your alien story
Alien stories excite everyone! Share your story of becoming an E.T. life enthusiast to inspire others. Enjoy sharing the facts and stories you know with others.
5 Facts About Flying Saucers And Aliens
Crop circles and aliens
The crop circle concept began with hoaxes by Doug Bower and Dave Chorley in 1976.
During World War II, on overnight missions in November 1944, pilots reported eight to 10 bright lights chasing them in circles at a speed of 200 miles per hour.
A strange census
In 1837, Thomas Dick, a Scottish scientist, figured that we have 22 trillion aliens in our solar system and that we should build a huge triangle or ellipsis to communicate with them.
Signals from Mars
Nikola Tesla received rhythmic signals and was convinced that they were from Mars!
Billions of prospects
A study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences showed that 40 billion planets like Earth could exist in the Milky Way.
Why We Love World Contact Day
Wonder beyond Earth life!
One wonderful hope is that we could have friends across the universe. This hope adds enthusiasm to learn new things and pushes the limits of our imagination.
We can enjoy crop circles
Crop circles are considered messages from aliens. The massive geometrical structures are also amazing scenery to watch!
The possibility of alien contact
The possibility of a hypothetical life existence excites every human being, and the massive endeavor of World Contact Day adds more faith to gain the connection.
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