What is World UFO Day?
World UFO Day is an annual celebration dedicated to the exploration and recognition of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). The first World UFO Day was celebrated in 2001 by UFO researcher Haktan Akdogan.
Skywatchers UFO: Searching for UFOs on World UFO Day
On World UFO Day, enthusiasts gather and engage in skywatching activities, searching for UFOs using telescopes during get-togethers and events.
Why do we celebrate World UFO Day?
There are several reasons why this day has found its way into the world. Firstly, it aims to raise awareness about the undoubted existence of UFOs and the possibility of intelligent beings from outer space. Additionally, World UFO Day serves as an opportunity to encourage governments to declassify their knowledge about sightings throughout history, including notable incidents like the Roswell incident in 1947, when a believed UFO crashed in Roswell, New Mexico.
Support from UFO Organizations
The force behind World UFO Day is that the UFO community reaches and challenges the beliefs of millions of potential believers worldwide in one day. UFO organizations lend their support to World UFO Day, using it as a means to connect with non-believers and engage in open and enjoyable discussions about UFO knowledge.
Where can I celebrate World UFO Day?
Individual believers are encouraged to organize their own parties and celebrations on World UFO Day. People are known to gather together, look at the sky, and participate in various UFO-themed activities. From stargazing to watching UFO movies and even meditating in groups, the key is to collectively open minds to the subject for one day and send out a welcoming message to UFOs. For those interested in organizing their own events, resources on how to celebrate can be found on the World UFO Day website.
The World UFO Day Organization, also known as WUFODO, also organizes get-togethers in many countries. To find out if there is an organized event near you, be sure to check out the World UFO Day Event map.
When is World UFO Day?
In the past, there were two days that were called World UFO Day: June 24th and July 2nd. However, the WUFODO (World UFO Day Organization) declared July 2nd as the official World UFO Day to eliminate any confusion. This decision has resulted in larger numbers of people celebrating on a single day, fostering a sense of unity and shared purpose among UFO enthusiasts worldwide.
By celebrating World UFO Day, individuals contribute to the ongoing discourse surrounding UFOs, extraterrestrial life, and the mysteries of the universe. It serves as a platform for believers, skeptics, and researchers to come together, exchange ideas, and explore the possibilities and implications of UFO phenomena.