CE-5 (Close Encounter of the Fifth Kind) and HICE (Human Initiated Contact with Extraterrestrial Intelligence) are both terms used in the UFO community to describe instances of human-initiated contact with extraterrestrial life. However, there are some critical differences between the two.
CE-5 was coined by Dr. Steven Greer, who proposed that humans have the ability to initiate contact with UFOs through the use of specific protocols and techniques. These protocols involve meditation, visualization, and intention setting, and are designed to attract the attention of UFOs and establish communication with extraterrestrial life. CE-5 is a specific protocol developed by Dr. Steven Greer, and its goal is to initiate contact with ET intelligence.
On the other hand, HICE is a more general term that refers to any instance of human-initiated contact with extraterrestrial life. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of CE-5 protocols. HICE can refer to any form of human-initiated contacts, such as sending signals into space, building a beacon, or using other means of communicating.
One of the main differences between CE-5 and HICE is humans’ level of control over the process. CE-5 protocols are designed to be specific and structured and rely on the use of specific techniques and procedures. On the other hand, HICE is more open-ended and allows for greater flexibility. HICE does not focus specifically on the use of meditation and visualization techniques and instead focuses on more general means of communication like sending radio signals, building beacons, or using other technologies.
Another difference between CE-5 and HICE is the level of focus on the human aspect of the process. CE-5 protocols are specifically designed to involve human consciousness and intention in the process of initiating contact. This is in contrast to HICE, which focuses more on the technical aspect of the process. HICE relies on technology, such as radio signals and telescopes, and less on the human consciousness and intention to initiate contact.
CE-5 is also linked with the spiritual aspect of human and ET encounters, and its goal is to connect on a more profound level and not just to exchange information. HICE is more focused on the scientific aspect of human and ET encounters, aiming to collect data, establish communication and learn about ET technologies.
It’s important to note that both CE-5 and HICE are not widely accepted by the scientific community, and their existence as a phenomenon is still being debated. Most scientists and experts in the field tend to reject such claims and consider that they rely on anecdotal evidence and lack of scientific rigor. They also believe that the scientific study of UFOs should be based on the analysis of physical evidence and testimonials and not on the use of protocols or techniques.
In summary, CE-5 and HICE are both terms used to describe instances of human-initiated contact with extraterrestrial life, however, CE-5 emphasizes the use of specific protocols and techniques that rely on human consciousness and intention, while HICE emphasizes the use of technology and more general means of communication. CE-5 is a specific protocol developed by Dr. Steven Greer, while HICE is a more general term. CE-5 protocols focus on spiritual aspects of the human-extraterrestrial encounter, while HICE focuses more on the scientific aspect, with the goal of collecting data, establishing communication and learning about extraterrestrial technologies. It’s important to note that neither CE-5 nor HICE are widely accepted by the scientific community and their validity is still being debated. Research in this area should be done carefully, with a strong emphasis on skepticism, rigorous scientific methods, and transparency in order to arrive at a better understanding of these phenomena.