Imagine a plan centered around building an embassy on Earth for extraterrestrial visitors. And the long-term goal? To be part of a universal-wide, galactic community
Well, what might seem like something straight from the pages of a science fiction novel appears to be a reality. The Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact (AEDC) is a global consortium of diplomats, lawmakers, state representatives, specialists in alien relations, and enthusiasts.
Their collective aim is to invite alien civilizations to set up diplomatic outposts on Earth. And their primary objective?
To extend a warm welcome to these interstellar visitors. Sylvain Rochon serves as the Vice President of Network Development for the Coalition for Interstellar Diplomatic Engagement.
The alliance was formed recently and is still evolving, with different organizations having different approaches and mindsets.
One approach is to build an embassy and make changes to the Vienna Conventions to allow for ET participation in diplomatic missions.
Building An Embassy On Earth For Extraterrestrial Visitors
Building an embassy on Earth for extraterrestrial visitors might sound like a bit of a stretch.
After all, until now, UFOs and aliens are still somewhat of a secret, although the government has done its best in recent times to bring ETs out into the open. But that’s a story for another day.
Dean Caporella recently interviewed Sylvain Rochon to discuss the embassy. During the interview, Rochon touched on the need for a mindset shift among individuals to accept the idea and communicate with potential extraterrestrial visitors.
The size of the land required for the embassy was discussed at length, with considerations for nations with limited space.
Rochon described the structure itself as having specialized areas for humans and aliens, with the assumption that extraterrestrial visitors would bring their own requirements.
Rochon also talked about the changing perception of the existence of alien civilizations among the population and the need for a shift in ideology and technology usage to prepare for potential contact with extraterrestrial civilizations.
Earth Will Become Part Of A Galactic Community
Rochon says the ultimate goal is to become part of a galactic community.
The purpose of the embassy is to demonstrate humanity’s readiness for peaceful contact with ET civilizations.
The timeline for the embassy’s completion is around 2030. The location of the embassy is not disclosed, but it requires a large chunk of land.
The organization behind the embassy, Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact, has multiple organizations involved, each with its own approach to achieving peaceful contact.
So, recapping the key points of the interview:
- The embassy is being built to demonstrate humanity’s readiness for peaceful contact with extraterrestrial civilizations.
- The timeline for the embassy’s completion is around 2030.
- The location of the embassy is not disclosed, but it requires a large chunk of land, approximately four square kilometers.
- The organization behind the embassy, Alliance for Extra-terrestrial Diplomatic Contact, has multiple organizations involved, each with its own approach to achieving peaceful contact.
- The ultimate goal is to become part of a galactic community and have peaceful contact with extraterrestrial civilizations.
In the following interview, Rochon introduces the concept of the Alliance for Extraterrestrial Diplomatic Contact, an organization focused on building an internationally accepted embassy for potential extraterrestrial encounters.
Rochon discusses the importance of demonstrating readiness and coordination as a global community to engage with extraterrestrial beings.
He mentions the involvement of various thinkers and individuals. They include Dr. Lobe and Dr. Greer, who share a belief in peaceful interactions with extraterrestrials. Rochon also highlights the organization’s efforts to engage with countries and the United Nations, seeking support and endorsement for their project.
The interview concludes with a discussion about the timeline and location for the embassy’s construction.