July 2 is celebrated as World UFO Day as it commemorates the 1947 UFO crash in Roswell . The stated goal of the celebration is to raise awareness of “the undoubted existence of UFOs” and to encourage governments to declassify their files on UFO sightings.
1. Educate yourself
UFOs are Unidentified Flying Objects that are usually related to ETs. Many people across the world have claimed to have seen them, been abducted by ETs, had implants put in their bodies, etc. There are many sites dedicated to preserving and spreading information about this topic, so browse away.
2. Learn how to spot a UFO
Not everything in the sky that looks a little strange is a UFO. There are often simple explanations like a bird, some type of aircraft, balloons, etc. You need to look at the way an object moves, it’s shape, its colors, and whether it seems to be a solid opaque object or something that constantly changes its appearance.
3. Sky-watch at night
You can do it alone or with a bunch of your friends. Sit comfortably at a place where you can see the sky clearly. It can be your balcony, terrace or lawn. Keep a camera handy just in case the ETs decide to make an appearance.
4. Initiate an open discussion
Maybe you or your friends/family have seen something in the past that made you go, “Argh! Is that a UFO/alien?” Today you can make a rule that you will not laugh at whatever anyone shares and will keep an open mind about it. You never know what interesting anecdote will pop up.
5. Have a UFO/ET movie marathon
There are so many good movies made around the ideas of UFOs, aliens, alien abductions, etc. The Alien franchise, The Fourth Kind, Close Encounters Of The Third Kind, Prometheus, etc. If you don’t like fiction, try one of the many UFO documentaries you’ll find online.
6. Get to know yourself
Many people have encounters with ETs and have no recollection of it. You can look back at your own past to check if you have any experience of missing time, any gaps in your memory, any inexplicable marks on your body or any signs of something not right in your home.
7. Throw a UFO-themed party
Have fun on UFO day. Have a theme party where people have to dress up as alien creatures and give a prize to the most original character, serve golgappas but call them ‘udan khatolas’, have a dance contest set to scary/eerie music. Go nuts. Space nuts.