UFO Watchtower website: theoriginalufowatchtower.com
Admission is $5, if not camping
Camping is $20 PER night PER tent
(No reservations needed)

RSVP using the form at the bottom of this page (it says Tickets but you don’t actually need tickets and this signup is free, you just have to bring cash to pay when visiting)

Thursday, June 20th, afternoon, is when some will arrive

Friday June 21st, most are arriving. We will coordinate carpooling for optional activities listed below.

Saturday, June 22nd at 7pm is main meditation event, and some may go hiking earlier in the day.

Sunday, June 23rd is departure.

Feel free to come any days/times! No need to camp.

Once you RSVP we can send you many more details.

UFO Watchtower Venue notes:

Address: CO-17, Center, CO 81125

Maps Link: goo.gl/maps/5i8C4pdJNUjDf7mx6

Admission fee: $5 per person

Camping fee: $15 PER night PER tent

Judy Messoline, Owner/Operator of the UFO Watchtower, requests that everyone check in before 5pm on any day of arrival. They generally do not close the gate after 5pm on weekends, but if they do, call Judy at 719-378-2296 if you ever need the gate opened.

Highly Recommended items to bring:

* Camping Chair
* Flash light
* Hiking Shoes
* Clothing that will keep you very warm. It may be in the 40 – 50 degree range late at night!
* Extra Blankets. Hat and gloves are recommened just in case.
* Plus any food and camping gear based on your needs when camping

AFTER RSVP – CHECK YOUR EMAIL – You should receive a link to a spreadsheet which will have details on food/meals sharing & planning

Optional activities nearby the Watchtower:
Great Sand Dunes: https://www.nps.gov/grsa/index.htm
Sand Dunes Rec Center (hot springs). https://www.sanddunespool.com/ They are open from 10-10. Adults entry is $15, plus $5 for the Greenhouse.
Hiking Zapata Falls: https://www.colorado.com/articles/hidden-colorado-gem-zapata-falls

Other options for lodging/camping:
Hotels in Alamosa may offer the best rates overall and remain available.
Sand Dunes Recreation: https://www.sanddunespool.com/
Joyful Journey Hot Springs http://www.joyfuljourneyhotsprings.com/
Airbnb/Vrbo may have some availability near Hooper/Crestone/Alamosa areas.

More on the CE-5 Meditations

I (Mike) would like to request that people not consume alcohol on Friday or Saturday evening while at the Watchtower.

We will be practicing the CE-5 (Close Encounter of the Fifth Kind) protocols to vector in Extraterrestrial peoples as diplomatic ambassadors of Earth. Our intention is to reach out in a non-fearful, respectful, peaceful, open minded, positive, cohesive manner for the betterment of the Earth and the Cosmos.

For this week leading up to the 22nd take some time to meditate (this is very important), set a positive intention for peaceful contact, and visualize a connection to higher beings occurring both during your meditation and on Saturday at the UFO Watchtower. In your meditations invite our E.T. friends and higher guides to join us and manifest if they would like in some way which is safe for all. This meditation ahead of the event is very helpful to focus conscious intent and to establish an inner telepathic dialogue with the high vibrational beings we seek friendship and interaction with. Don’t worry if you aren’t sure how to make inner contact — simply expressing an intention repeatedly is often enough to receive some kind of feedback or sign.

For new people: These CE-5 gatherings often produce some form of visual contact but never any kind that would cause any fear in anyone present. It seems as though the ETs we observe are very spiritually advanced and able to detect where everyone is at emotionally in order to decide both when and how to appear (and for how long). They seem to be mainly interested in promoting our individual spiritual growth and promoting a sense of inspiration.

UFO Watchtower Note: Vortex of Personal Energies:

Excerpt from www.roadsideamerica.com/story/16782
“The most curious daytime sight is Judy’s “Healing Garden,” which spreads out from the dome’s back door. Judy said that over twenty psychics had visited The UFO Watchtower and that “they’ve all said that there’s two large vortexes out here.”
The vortexes have been outlined with rocks and the Garden has grown around them, an organized clutter of items left by visitors: CDs, sunglasses, hubcaps, stuffed toys, and lots of pens. Judy explained, matter-of-factly, that anyone who leaves something personal in the Garden is entitled to make a request, and that “there are two large beings here who protect the entrances to the vortexes, but they are also here to help.” According to Judy, the success-to-request rate has been quite good. We asked Judy if the presence of the vortexes had influenced her decision to build The UFO Watchtower. No, she said, it was the other way around; the vortexes appeared because the tower had been built. “The psychics said that vortexes do form around UFO facilities,” Judy said. “I hadn’t anticipated that at all.”

So this means that you may want to bring a personal item that you would like to leave in the outdoor vortex locations.


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