Extraterrestrial Culture Day is observed on the second Tuesday of every February. This year it will be celebrated on February 13. It was created to honor all past, present, and future alien visitors. It is a day of fact or fiction. It is specially celebrated in New Mexico, where a massive incident took place in 1947.

But the UFO phenomenon simply does not behave like extraterrestrial visitors. It actually molds itself in order to fit a given culture.” – John Ankerberg

History of Extraterrestrial Culture Day

The creator of Extraterrestrial Culture Day is Daniel Foley. In 2003, Daniel’s proposal was approved by the New Mexico House of Representatives to celebrate this day. Daniel, who is from Roswell, thought that taking advantage of something that “did or did not happen” decades ago has contributed to the recognition of New Mexico, with the state associated with little green men since the purported UFO( unidentified flying object) crashed on 1947. It is believed that on July 8, 1947, an object crashed near a rancher William Ware Mack Brazel’s home in Roswell during a powerful storm. If it were not for William, the Roswell Incident wouldn’t have been known to the general public. He found some metal debris and many other unusual materials when materials were observed; they resumed their original shape even when it was wrinkled and laid back. Government scientists arrived and declared that it was a weather balloon that had crashed. Major Marcel, who was involved in the incident, claimed that the US government covered up the existence of the alien aircraft. Still, the Roswell 1947 incident remains an unexplained and mysterious incident.

Extraterrestrial Culture Day 2018 - February 13

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How to celebrate Extraterrestrial Culture Day

Extraterrestrial Culture Day can be observed by learning about outer space and aliens. It is believed that majorly five aliens have visited our earth, so grab this day to learn about them, and this learning will open you to a new world of excitement and astoundment. There have been many books written and movies made on the 1947 Roswell incident, so use this day to spend some time on them. On this day, celebrate the best of humanity by accepting and respecting all beings and their presence, whether we understand them or not. Share your thoughts about Extraterrestrial Culture Day using the hashtag #ExtraterrestrialCultureDay.

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