Creative Aerial Phenomena Through Intention (CAPTI) is a communication experiment method for including aerial phenomena through direct intention. The phenomenon is initiated by willful & peaceful means. The research methods contain lights, sounds, and thought projection exercises that can create an open means for phenomena. Attempting a session with multiple participants is recommended for other perspectives of the experience.
CE-5, or Close Encounters of the Fifth Kind, is a term coined by Dr. Steven Greer, an American ufologist and founder of the Disclosure Project, to describe a specific type of extraterrestrial contact. According to Dr. Greer, CE-5 involves humans actively initiating contact with extraterrestrial beings through conscious, intentional communication and interaction.
CE-5 is distinguished from other types of close encounters, such as CE-1 (sighting), CE-2 (physical effects), CE-3 (abduction), and CE-4 (communication), in that it involves proactive human involvement in the contact process. This can include meditation, prayer, and using specific technology or techniques to communicate with extraterrestrial beings.
- Musical tones / relaxing music
- Laser pen / flashlight
- Clear night sky
- Night vision camera/recorder
Here is an outline of a testing procedure that could be used to test CE-5:
- Selection of participants: Participants should be individuals who have reported experiencing UFOs and have an interest in CE-5 protocols. A control group without any interest in CE-5 should also be established.
- Training: Participants would receive training in CE-5 protocols, including meditation, visualization, and intention setting techniques. This would be done in order to ensure that all participants are using the same protocols during the testing phase.
- Pre-test assessment: Participants would complete a pre-test assessment to determine their baseline levels of belief in CE-5, as well as their willingness to engage in the CE-5 protocols.
- Testing phase: Participants would engage in CE-5 protocols during specific times and locations that have been chosen based on historical reports of UFO sightings. The protocols would be executed under controlled conditions and documented by an independent observer.
- Data analysis: The collected data would be analyzed by a team of independent researchers to evaluate the effectiveness of the CE-5 protocols. This would include comparing the number of UFO sightings reported by the experimental group to those reported by the control group, as well as analyzing the data collected during the testing phase.
- Post-test assessment: Participants would complete a post-test assessment to determine the impact of the CE-5 protocols on their beliefs and experiences related to UFOs and extraterrestrial life.
It’s important to note that CE-5 as a phenomenon is not widely accepted by the scientific community and is still debated. Any kind of research in this area should be done carefully, with a strong emphasis on transparency, replication and careful evaluation of results, as well as the use of controlled methods to avoid bias. Additionally, The effectiveness of the protocols in the research study should be validated by statistical analysis, if possible, to ensure that any UFO sightings reported are not a result of chance or other factors.