"The Woodstock of ET Contact" JOIN US! Sept. 20-22, 2019

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Join Us for a Global ET Contact Event!

The Woodstock of ET Contact

Peace, Love & ET Contact*



The Birth Of The People’s Disclosure Movement

In 2010, ET intelligence asked me to help facilitate the creation of as many ET Contact teams as possible in as many places as possible as quickly as possible. It was clear to me this was a feat I could not do alone.





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On Friday, Sept. 20 and Saturday, Sept. 21 the Alien Research Center on the Extraterrestrial Highway will be basecamp for believers as prominent ufologists, expert speakers, musicians and artists gather to celebrate the ‘Storm’ Area 51 movement.

Featuring live music, expert speakers, food trucks, Alien-inspired retailers and art installations, ‘Storm’ Area 51 Basecamp will also feature exclusive screenings and appearances by cast of Jeremy Kenyon Lockyer Corbell’s hit Netflix documentary Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers.


'Storm Area 51' Phenomenon

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When the 'Storm Area 51' Facebook group started as a joke, to gather people on September 20 to meet at the famous military base, little did anyone know that over three million people would sign up, turning it into a viral sensation. Las Vegas ufologist George Harris and Jeremy Corbell, director of the recent Bob Lazar documentary, joined George Knapp to discuss how this folly has turned into a real event. Harris has set up a complete venue for the gathering outside of the base at his business in Hiko, Nevada. He said that, for a fee, there will be water and campsites provided, and believes that the festival could "go on every year." He added that his "number one rule is safety." He is also planning to create a mockup of the gate at Area 51 that participants can "storm" as they take photos.


Filmmaker Jeremy Corbell has become an advocate for the event, which he said could be "a once in a lifetime opportunity to be part of a cultural movement." Corbell, the director of the recent film about Bob Lazar (who claimed to have worked at the base in the 1980s), said he's also helped to choose the speakers for the event, which he sees as "a springboard for UFO transparency." He also lauded the efforts of actor and podcaster Joe Rogan, who recently featured Lazar and Corbell on his program, which directly led to the inspiration for the "Storm Area 51" event, and recalled that Rogan told him they "have an opportunity to alter the conversation in popular culture" about the UFO subject.