Location: Enterprise Room
Rey Hernandez is one of the bold new faces of extraterrestrial contact and exploration, and brings a fresh perspective to the field. His work began in 2012 when he and his family experienced inexplicable events that put them all on a very different path. Yet, despite the relatively short duration of his work, Rey has already been an impactful presence. He started by founding one of the leading nonprofit organizations in subject matter today: the Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial and Extraordinary Experiences (FREE). This exemplary organization is a 501c3 Academic Research Not for Profit Foundation comprised of 15 Ph.D. academics and lay investigators. The Executive Director is Dr. Rudy Schild, an Emeritus Professor of Astrophysics at Harvard University and the late Apollo astronaut Dr. Edgar Mitchell was one of FREE’s four co-founders. FREE is not a Ufology organization but one whose primary focus is to understand the relationship between Consciousness and Contact with Non-Human Intelligence (NHI) via the Contact Modalities. Over the last five years, FREE has conducted the world’s first comprehensive multi-national and multi-language academic research study on UFO Contact Experiencers which resulted in over 6,000 participants from over 125 countries.
Rey’s lecture will present two topics. First, he will present our research data from his English language survey which contradicts much of what is circulating in the field of Ufology. Secondly, the many academics and lay investigators of the FREE organization hypothesize that all types of Contact with NHI via what is called the “Contact Modalities” (contact via UAP Contact, Near Death Experiences, Out of Body Experiences, Remote Viewing, Channeling, communications with ghosts/spirits, Hallucinogenic Shamanic Journeys, Telepathic Contact, sightings of Orbs, PSI, and other types of “Paranormal” Contact with NHI) is actually ONE PHENOMENON and should not be studied separately. Rey will grant insight into how these and other experiences can shape the paradigm through which we see the world and our universe.