Today is World Disclosure Day
The concept for a WDD in this context was originally put forward by Steve Beckow and Geoffrey West in August of 2010. Since 2001, July 2 has been designated as World UFO Day. This date was chosen as it was a suggested candidate for the Roswell crash event.
However, the era of the UFO is long over, and now we are in the era of Exopolitics – the political engagement of the past, present and future of extraterrestrial related phenomena. WDD thus completes the historical symmetry with these two dates bracketing the Festival celebrated each year in Roswell in early July.
Note: WDD is not a prediction that Disclosure will happen on July 8. It is a designated day to draw focus on the issue. Think Earth Day. However, on the day the first nation comes forward to finally and formally acknowledge the extraterrestrial presence, that date will then become World Disclosure Day historically recognizing the most profound event in human history.
Washington, DC – Today is World Disclosure Day.
Disclosure, the formal acknowledgement by world governments of an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race, is the primary goal of a growing international truth movement. The purpose of World Disclosure Day is to provide a focal point for people and organizations to come together to assert their right to know extraordinary information being withheld from them by their governments – the truth embargo. World Disclosure Day will also help broaden public awareness of the Disclosure process and those organizations involved in this advocacy work.
On July 8, 1947 General Roger Ramey held a press event at the 8th Army Air Force Headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas in which he changed the just released story of a recovered crashed disk near Roswell, New Mexico to that of a retrieved Rawin weather balloon. This was the informal beginning of the now 65-year truth embargo of formal acknowledgement the human race is not alone in the cosmos. For this reason the date July 8 was chosen to emphasize the need to reverse that now inappropriate policy.
People and organizations from every nation can register their endorsement of World Disclosure Day at the WDD website. There are now over 5000 endorsements.
The broad based study of the history and implications of the extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race is called “exopolitics.” World Disclosure Day is part of an exopolitical advocacy process.
There is considerable material on the Internet regarding the Disclosure truth movement. Search on “disclosure” and “exopolitics” together. Also, considerable resources can be found at PRG’s website: www.paradigmresearchgroup.org
Note: on the day the first nation comes forward to finally and formally acknowledge the extraterrestrial presence, that day will then become World Disclosure Day (or Disclosure Day) historically recognizing the most profound event in human history.
World Disclosure Day is a project of Paradigm Research Group.
Contact: Stephen Bassett, Ex. Director
Also, Today’s Google Doodle Celebrates 66 Years Since RoswellStephen Cook: In case you haven’t seen it, check out Google’s doodle for the day. Thanks to Casey
On World Disclosure Day, Google is marking the 66th anniversary of the Roswell incident’s reporting with a smile – a point-and-click game in your browser.
The game sees you crash land on Earth as a star brother or sister, before being tasked with collecting parts for your ship.
You’ll climb ladders, collect trinkets to study the humans and meet a bunch of weird farm animals.
Click on the image at left to take you to Google’s home page – and have fun!