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Exoconscious Factor in Space Exploration

The release of How Exoconscious Humans Guide our Space-Faring Future

Phoenix, Arizona, October 16, 2018–What if the space exploration formula of computer science, robotics, meta-materials, and chemical rocketry lacks a key ingredient needed for advancement? In her recent book, How Exoconscious Humans Guide our Space Faring Future, Rebecca Hardcastle Wright, PhD, a former member of Apollo 14 Astronaut, Edgar Mitchell’s, Quantrek organization, proposes that humans having direct experience with extraterrestrial and multi-dimensional beings are the missing ingredient for space exploration.

According to Dr. Hardcastle Wright, founder of the non-profit Institute for Exoconsciousness, “Humans possess the ability to connect, communicate, and co-create with extraterrestrial and multi-dimensional beings through the vast field of consciousness. This ability to access the field of consciousness is an untapped resource for humanity’s ventures into space.”

The author examines experiencers’ advanced abilities.  “We use the term Exoconscious Humans to define those who integrate and utilize their on-going relationship with extraterrestrials and multi-dimensional beings. These individuals are transformed by contact events that include missing time, conscious out of body travel, the dissolving and rematerializing of matter that includes the body, and co-creative relationships with beings that leads to the adoption of innovative technological tools.”

Further, she asserts that direct experience of extraterrestrial and multi-dimensional beings is the basis for a revolution in science. “These individuals who contact, communicate, and co-create with extraterrestrial, multi-dimensional beings have experiences that material science fails to acknowledge or explain.  Their experiences pose unanswered questions that space travel requires. How and why do these experiences happen? Does consciousness impact human advancement in space? Who inhabits space and how do we communicate?

The book proposes that the study of consciousness science is necessary to travel and live off-planet because material science is reaching its known limits.

“At this point in technological science, information comes from a closed loop that is limited by repetitious circuitous data.  The frontiers of human consciousness hold vast resources waiting to be tapped as science moves into mind.”

How Exoconscious Humans Guide our Space-Faring Future is a practical proposal for integrating material and consciousness science through Exoconscious Humans. The book provides a comprehensive, documented overview of consciousness science, Ufology, space history, religion, astronaut witnesses, and the emerging diplomatic framework for space travel.

The Institute for Exoconsciousness is the first and only organization operating as a sustainable nonprofit, focused exclusively on scaling technology, teaching, art, and healing through co-creation between humans, extraterrestrials and multidimensionals. Our organization affirms that extraterrestrial and multidimensional contact accelerates social impact, co-creating a healthy cosmos.

 The Institute for Exoconsciousness is accelerating the impact of extraterrestrial and multidimensional experiencers, building an Exoconscious civilization.

More information about the book and the work of the Institute is available at www.exoconsciousness.com. Rebecca Hardcastle Wright is available for interviews.

   Rebecca Hardcastle Wright, PhD, is a leading expert and advocate in consciousness and extraterrestrial contact. She is CEO of the non-profit Institute for Exoconsciousness, an international community of ET, multi-dimensional experiencers. The Institute’s mission is to create a post-disclosure, Exoconscious civilization, supporting experiencers who pioneer education, training, media, art, and technology co-created with ET, multidimensionals. 

A Former UAA Professor’s Take on UFOs

by Caleigh Jensen                 October 1, 2018                    (thenorthernlight.org)

• Professor Emeritus of Public Health at the University of Alaska Anchorage, Lawrence Weiss, who retired in 2004 after twenty years, says that his interest in flying saucers and extraterrestrial life began at a young age due to his father’s interest in them. “I think there’s definitely something going on,” Weiss said. “There’s trillions of planets out there that could be habitable. It seems to me that it’s almost inconceivable that we aren’t being visited by aliens from other parts of the universe.”

• With the rise of the internet, Professor Weiss’ interest in UFOs grew. Access to databases, documentation of UFO sightings and filmed talks about the subject expanded his knowledge and further convinced him of the reality of life outside of Earth. Weiss considers Stan Friedman to be “the most credible and experienced” person out there in regards to extraterrestrial activity.

• “The best documented case of a prolonged encounter between a commercial airline and multiple UFOs happened right here in Alaska,” according to Weiss. The encounter took place on November 17, 1986 when Japan Airlines flight 1628 flew over eastern Alaska on its way from Paris to Tokyo. The crew witnessed two large rectangular objects rise from the clouds, causing the cabin of the aircraft to heat up. The incident was investigated for months afterward, but the FAA concluded that there was not enough information to confirm that the object was a UFO. Weiss believes that this event was covered up because the government knew it was out of their hands. The flight captain reported the object as a UFO and was consequently moved to a desk job and not reinstated as a pilot until years later.

• Professor Weiss believes that all the evidence of aliens is there, you just have to go look for it. “A lot of people who denigrate this stuff don’t know about the existence of the evidence out there,” he said. “These are not goofy tinfoil hat people; they are trained observers and extremely credible sources.”

 

Is it irrational to believe in UFOs over Alaska? Professor Emeritus of Public Health Lawrence Weiss posed the question during a presentation last week and gave a simple answer: no.

“I think there’s definitely something going on,” Weiss said. “There’s trillions of planets out there that could be habitable. It seems to me that it’s almost inconceivable that we aren’t being visited by aliens from other parts of the universe.”

Weiss was a professor at UAA in various positions for nearly 20 years before retiring in 2004. During his time at the university, he taught both public health and sociology, founded the Master of Public Health program and assisted in creating the first Alaska Native studies minor. Although his field of study was not astronomy, Weiss’ interest in space led him to pursue it further.

“I have a Ph.D. but it’s not in ufology,” he said. “It’s mostly a hobby, but I do have certain beliefs.”

           Professor Lawrence Weiss

Weiss’ interest in flying saucers and extraterrestrial life began at a young age. He credits his father for inspiring him to look further into the subject.

“My dad was a very strange person,” he said. “He had a bunch of books around the house about UFOs. Reading those books and looking at the pictures as a kid was the starting point for me.”

With the rise of the internet, Weiss’ hobby was able to grow. Access to databases, documentation of UFO sightings and filmed talks about the subject expanded his knowledge and further convinced him of the reality of life outside of Earth.

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Some NASA Astronauts Think Extraterrestrial Are Real And Already Came In Contact With Us

by Stacy Richardson                 September 28, 2018                     (greatlakesledger.com)


• When Buzz Aldrin traveled to the Moon on Apollo 11 (July 1969) he saw a UFO through the window of the spaceship. A few years ago, Aldrin claimed that everything that he had said about the UFO was false, and that he does not believe that aliens are contacting us. However, here are three NASA astronauts who do think that extraterrestrials are real and are watching us:

• Edgar Mitchell – After nearly 20 years at NASA, astronaut Edgar Mitchell said he was 90% sure that the majority of the UFOs recorded since the 1940s belong to “visitors from other planets.” Mitchell said that he’d spoken with world leaders who have come into contact with extraterrestrials and that governments around the world have been hiding it from the public for more than 60 years.

• Deke Slayton – The former director of flight operations at NASA, Deke Slayton, in 1951 saw an alien spacecraft flying at a 45-degree angle. Soon after, it took off and disappeared. Slayton is sure that extraterrestrials are real and visiting us frequently.

• Brian O’Leary – Astronaut Brian O’Leary was part of a team that was headed to Mars before it was cancelled. Upon his retirement, he assured that there are extraterrestrials living on Earth and we should thank them for the huge technological advances.

 

If you had suspicions, or hopes, of the existence of life beyond our planet, there are three NASA astronauts who have no doubts and even think that extraterrestrials are real and watching us.

             Edgar Mitchell

One of the lucky ones who traveled to the Moon on Apollo 11, Buzz Aldrin, saw an unidentified object through the window of the spaceship. At that time, many media and conspiracy theorists rushed to claim that the aliens were among us.

However, Aldrin clarified the speculations a few years ago when he claimed that everything that had been said about it was false. He added that he does not believe that the aliens came into contact with us.

But, while there many of NASA astronauts are skeptical about extraterrestrial life, on the other hand, there are others who claim that extraterrestrials are real.

          Brian O’Leary

These three NASA astronauts believe that extraterrestrials are real:

           Deke Slayton

Edgar Mitchell, after nearly 20 years at NASA, said he is 90% sure that the majority of the UFOs recorded since the 1940s belong indeed to “visitors from other planets.” He said UFOs are real and that he talked to world leaders who have come into contact with extraterrestrials, but that information is classified. Similarly, he said governments around the world have been hiding it from the public for more than 60 years.

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