In 1994, a group of European UFO researchers and authors convened at the Santo Espíritu del Monte monastery in Valencia, Spain to discuss their alternative approach to the study of the UFO phenomenon. They aimed to officialize their intentions through a manifesto, similar to the founding fathers of the United States.
Dubbed the Project Delphos Manifesto, the goal was to promote a single line of research focused on proving that many UFO sightings were of an interdimensional or paraphysical nature, contrary to the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis. Spearheaded by Pierre Delaval of France's Commission d'Etudes Ouranos . . .
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