This website is the home of the Paths to Contact book project. The first book in this series, True Stories from the Contact Underground, is a collection of true stories by and about normal people who have had contact with extraterrestrials and how that contact has affected their lives. We hope that by sharing our stories:

  1. Awareness of the non-threatening nature of the extraterrestrial presence will increase.
  2. More people will become motivated to seek contact and the certain knowledge that we are not alone.
  3. The culture of ridicule surrounding all things ET will diminish so that others who have had contact experiences will feel free to talk.

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Paula Schurle's Stardust Conference Center Now Open in Roswell, New Mexico

The Authors of the book Paths to Contact are all what we call "contact workers," and they're coming to share their personal experiences on April 25, 26, and 27 of 2014. It's going to be a learning and training adventure. You will listen to the speakers during the day and, for those of you who want to learn more, at night go out to Bottomless Lake to learn how to make contact for yourselves CE-5 style, which means to initiate contact with the ETs yourself as opposed to waiting around passively for one to fly by. People all over the world are now practicing these methods with great success. You can learn these skills and take them with you wherever you go!

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Do you have a story to share?

If you have had contact with extraterrestrials and would like to share your story, please see the Book Project page. Please send an email to the project coordinator for further information.

Do you want to know more?

Check out the Resources page for a list of recommended websites, books, videos, and other information.