Rob Hipkiss never expected to get involved in Dr. Steven Greer’s CE5 program or anything remotely like it. But he did and wound up spending a lot of money and taking off on an adventure from his native English county of Kent to Tenirefe. So what happened then? Did the program work, or did he return home a sadder but wiser man? Listen as Whitley explores the experience with Rob. What is the CE5 program? What do you do during a CE5 experience? And should you consider Dr. Greer’s program or Kosta Makreas ET Let’s Talk or any of them, or should you embark on your own solitary efforts, or, for that matter, do anything at all?
Does contact matter to living life, and if so, are formal CE5 experiences a viable way of experiencing it?
Listen and find out!
A CE5 is the designation of a close encounter that involves personal interaction with unknown entities. It is based on J. Allan Hyenk’s encounter classification system originally published in his book The UFO Experience: A Scientific Inquiry where he postulated close encounters of the first, second and third kinds. A CE1 is a visual sighting of a UFO less than 500 feet away. A CE2 is a close observation with physical effects, such as the leaving of traces. A CE3 is a visual observation where entities are also seen.
There are two extensions of the Hynek system: the CE4 where entities abduct the witness and the CE5 which involves direct communication between the unknown entity and the human. On this edition of Dreamland, we are discussing a type of CE5 where the human solicits an encounter with the unknown entity.
For more information about close encounter classifications, click here.