Welcome to #WUFO! This page will be updated throughout the week, so be sure to check back frequently. Welcome especially to first time WUFOers who heard about us during Maighdlin’s FANTASTIC presentation at Phenomenacon 3. #WUFO is here once again – this is Week 7!
On Wednesdays (at 10 PM your local time), We Look Up! If you are new to us, just passing through, or have some questions, check out this article on #WUFO here.
For those returning, WELCOME BACK! In past posts, we shared info on exactly how this event started, and what folks can do to participate in case of inclement weather/inaccessibility (with links to virtual telescopes/live sky feeds/guided meditations for contact). You can read those posts here and here.
We have punch cards, a UFO water recipe, weekly astrology side quests, AND an official website: WUFO.WATCH!
Guess what’s coming next: STICKERS! Soon, WUFO stickers will be for sale on this very site. We will be making an official announcement when they are ready to release!
Join us LIVE on TikTok this Wednesday at 9:00 PM PST! Until then, check out our TikTok page for more videos on WUFO, weird oranges, HAM radio, and more! Use hashtag #WUFO on Twitter, IG, Tiktok, etc. to share what you’re experiencing in real-time.
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Stargazing Side Quest
Last Week’s Recap
Last week was low-key! With everything going on (Texas trans human rights threatened and Russia invading Ukraine), it felt like the right move. While it’s fun to make big plans, it’s just as fun to have a relaxing evening of stargazing and light divination.
The Estes Method was rather random – we are finding that it’s easier for the conversation to sync up/flow if there is a physical person audibly asking the question (even with muted mics). Something about that physical/audible question. These are our findings thus far, but would love to hear about your successful virtual Estes Method sessions.
You can read the full transcript of the session here. If you’re a Patron of Liminal Earth, you can watch the full, unedited session (just posted)!
After the session, Bex created a Magic Sentence for a Twitter user (they shared a screenshot of their donation to a local Texas org, so we offered them a magic sentence).
Needing more insight on who exactly we contacted, Bex then pulled a few cards from the Oracle of the Hypogeum:
- TAN (Honeysuckle, Nettle): “The Kind” – a magician card, finding the good in plants with bad reps. Nettles sting but are nourishing and medicinal. Honeysuckle is invasive, but beautiful and one of the best flowers for tea/incense.
- METHER (Gourd, Locust): “The Bountiful” – a magician card, a communist drinking vessel. Gourd seeds first have to ferment to germinate, but are then able to produce a large amount of harvestable food.
- CAVE – going deep, into places not usually visited, that become sanctuaries. Ancestral contributions that require thought to unravel. Safety, unless a bear’s in there. Sometimes a literal cave.
Two magicians is a powerful pull, according to the deck’s co-creator (Jeremy Puma).
Could this reading potentially represent extraterrestrials that have a bad “rep”? Looking past the stereotypes to form a deeper connection? There’s also a reoccurring theme of patience being required, and if approached correctly, could yield amazing results. Also, “Going deeper” always seems to be the objective when conducting the Estes Method. We’re interpreting this as “be patient, keep going”.
Per usual, we will be making UFO water! Bex has been using it to water her seedlings for this year’s garden. Something tells us those veggies and herbs will be out of this world! For the “Official UFO Water Recipe”, click here.
We’re also conducting our weekly live contact session on TikTok at 9:00 PM PST. You can RSVP here. Join us for some card pulls and an Estes Method session!
Once 10:00 PM PST rolls around, we will head outside to look up, find Polaris, and spend some time gazing at the sky. Bex was able to score a telescope during a recent thrift trip, and will be trying it out tonight! Who knows what may be flying through!?
Long term, we’re looking to host a live stream feed right on the home page of this very website. We want folks from all over the world to be able to share their skies/experiments/sightings – live!
Bring plenty of snacks, blankets, and maybe some hagstone binoculars (if you just happen to have some around, like Jeremy). This concludes today’s WUFO post – we are SO excited for tonight’s watch! Who’s going to be “looking up” with us?!