In February of 2008 Cut to the Chase aired an interview with Dr. Edgar Mitchell (September 17, 1930 – February 4, 2016). A former NASA astronaut, Dr. Mitchell expertly piloted the Apollo 14 Antares Lunar Lander to a safe landing on Fra Mauro on the moon. Mitchell was the sixth man to set foot on the moon, but the first man in space to experience a profound transformative spiritual event. This was an event that went beyond the science of space travel to a life of purpose not of NASA’s making or control.
Like other notable NASA astronauts, Dr. Mitchell also came forward to tell us that we’ve never been alone and never shall be. What made him unique among this small band of courageous star travelers would be his legacy. Experiencer.org, the home of F.R.E.E., the Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters.
The world lost a true human treasure with Mitchell’s passing last February, but F.R.E.E. continues on with an active body of retired Ph.D. physicists, Ph.D. scientists, Ph.D. psychologists, Ph.D. neuroscientists and lay researchers. Together they facilitate investigations into UFO-related contact experiences with non-human, intelligent beings and associated paranormal activity. This is all done with a grounded and rigorous scientific foundation that is the first of its kind in the realm of UFOlogy, and one which could very well bring humanity to a completely new understanding of where we fit in the grand scheme of things.
To introduce F.R.E.E. for the benefit of experiencers, and all those with an interest in a truly scientific and noble search for the truth, c0-founder Rey Hernandez explains the methodologies and initial findings of this prestigious effort. The bottom line is that unlike the self-serving and negative spin we hear from scaremongers, we live in a galaxy inhabited mostly by benign and compassionate races. Join me in this interview with Ray Hernandez and learn the surprising good news — most extraterrestrial encounters are positive experiences.
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