It’s #WUFO Time! This is #WUFO Week 21! If you’re new, here’s a FAQ that will get you started. Reminder: send us a picture of your completed punch card and we’ll send you a little something in the mail!
At its very core, WUFO is a fun break from the week to hang out and enjoy each others’ virtual presences. You can do as little as go outside (or check a sky cam) at 10 PM your local time, or as much as hosting your own WUFO watch party (virtually or IRL)! WUFO has also created itself in a way and is continuing to grow all on its own – we’re here for the ride, wherever it may take us. We’re glad you’re here, too!
This week we’ll also be raising donations for The Transgender Law Center:
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Weekly Live Contact Session
Gone are the days where you need to check various socials for our weekly live contact sessions – now, you can watch the stream right here at 8:30 PM PST. Hit that bell icon to turn on notifications for this event!
This week, we’ll be joined around by Nick Taylor, a friend of #WUFO, for a LIVE report from a cornfield near Mammoth Cave in Kentucky!
Quick and simple will be a little difficult to explain what brings me to mammoth cave but I will try. First off my name is Nick Taylor (he/him) and I live and work as a chef in Louisville Kentucky. Second I am an avid listener of Euphomet and Nite Drift which is what lead me to your page. I have been watching the skies with you every week.
A couple of weeks ago I was laid off from my job due to budget cuts at the restaurant I was working for. Rather quickly, I have been offered two very promising positions.
I am currently in a liminal space. I came to mammoth cave to spend a few days with my partner and to getaway from the Louisville noise. I have been practicing magick for about a year now and can confidently say I have seen some success in manifestation.
Before I left for this little trip I made quite the interesting one card pull – The Two of Swords. I also meditated over a puja table of small items I would be bringing with me; including the tarot card, a bottle of ufo water, a hand written symbol of mercury(the planet I wish to contact) the necklace I wear daily, and a couple of other small items. I also brought some basic recording equipment with me for nightly field work. And I must say….last night I heard some interesting sounds.
Anyway, to wrap it up; Each night that I’m here I am attempting to make contact through watching the skies and meditation. The air bnb I’m staying at in the park is directly across the road from a massive corn field. I plan to watch the skies there Wednesday night. I could go on about the strange things I’ve already experienced but I will save the good stuff for the call tomorrow!
Here is where I will be setting up tomorrow night. Where I’m pointing in the photo, is the opening to mammoth cave.
Your Wednesday Night UFO Watch Party side quest is here! #WUFOFor 8 June 2022 we will be looking for the constellation SCORPIUS! If you’re looking for another easy constellation to add to your star-hopping routine, check out Scorpius. With the reddish twinkle of Antares & its claw/tail-like assortment of stars, it really does resemble a giant celestial scorpion rising ominously over the southeastern horizon. Another treat to look out for this Wednesday night is the Ophiuchids meteor shower that can be seen right next to our side quest target! If you’re hoping to see a shooting star, this will be a great place to look this week! More info on that here: https://universeguide.com/meteorshower/mayophiuchidcomplex
Let us know if you find this week’s side quest target, SCORPIUS or if you spotted a lucky shooting star from the nearby Ophiuchids meteor shower by tagging @LiminalEarth #WUFO so we can celebrate your stargazing achievements!
Also! If you’ve been enjoying these weekly stargazing side-quests then you’ll love the new class I’m hosting called Stargazing for Paranormal Investigators!
In this class we’ll learn about star-hopping, what in the sky is most likely to be mistaken for UFOs, and more! Spots are limited and are filling up so sign up here if you’re interested. This is a live class, but live attendance is not required. Reserve your spot here.
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You can visit our shop here. Right now, the shop has both WUFO and Liminal Earth merch, but it this will soon be a WUFO-only shop. Also: we are offering FREE SHIPPING each and every Wednesday! Use code WUFO at checkout!
This is an excellent way to support WUFO as we put a lot of time and energy into making each week as awesome and accessible for folks as possible!
Last Week’s Recap
Last week, Jeremy led us through the now official WUFO Aerial Entities Summoning Ritual! We gathered and mixed ingredients to invite the beings into jars, then Bex and Garrett went under for a dual Estes Method session to attempt contact.
This session was one of the first we believe to have been almost conversational between the two receivers! You can watch the full, unedited stream by joining Liminal Earth’s Patreon for just $1!
The official transcript of this session is being drafted as you read this, and will be added to this section when completed!
Let’s see what fellow WUFOers got into last week:
Tonight’s WUFO prep will include making more UFO Water, setting up another element altar (loving this idea from Katie, and serving as a more formal offering space too), and cleansing our contact space. Some light meditation/grounding beforehand is also recommended!Y
Are y’all excited for Nick’s WUFO Report from the Field!?
As always, we are conducting our weekly live contact session right here, this time at 8:30 PM PST. Join us for some card pulls and an Estes Method session! If you’re wanting to watch directly from this site, all you have to do click the video above when it’s time!
Once 10:00 PM PST rolls around, we will head outside to look up and spend some time gazing at the sky. 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?!