For over 40 years, Sixto Paz Wells has been the man who has made contact. He is widely recognized as one of the few contacted who has proved his contact with beings that inhabit other planets and dimensions. He also stands out among ufologists for having summoned the international press to sightings, scheduled in advance, on many occasions. Sixto was interested in communicating with aliens astrally, in dreams or telepathically, and he describes himself as a messenger of peace and hope, rather than a messenger of other worlds.
To meet and be taught by Sixto would change our lives.
Our expedition began in Lima, Peru, and for us, it’s all about settling in and immersing ourselves in each and every culture that embraces this form of phenomena. We needed to venture out, to learn from fellow ufologists, to skywatch, and to not get into any trouble … well, at least not right away!
Through our ongoing research, and personal experiences, we’ve discovered what we feel is a real connection between extraterrestrials and many of the mysteries of South America and the Pacific Islands. For us, it seems that UFO sightings and the extraterrestrial influence abound in South America in the most famous sites where civilization seems to have started in that hemisphere. We knew we’d be surrounded by the unexpected, that we’d learn and evolve, and that’s all part of the adventure. (Alien stuff).
Peru has long been recognized as a UFO hotspot by Ufologists and researchers alike. Some believe that archaeological wonders such as the Nazca Lines and Machu Picchu are evidence that ancient astronauts visited the area and are possibly still visiting today. On top of its rich archaeological connection and a large populace that holds an interest in the phenomenon, Peru stands out as a country that takes UFO sightings very seriously. It also has an official public agency, administered through the air force, the Department of Investigation of Anomalous Aerial Phenomena (DIFAA), which is tasked with investigating UFO sightings.
Chilca. At night, the inky darkness of the desert is speckled only by the lights on the road that pass like rapid sparks, barely illuminating the silhouette of the surrounding hills. On the other side, the sea appears like an immense black stain. Above them, is a sky full of stars, and for some, detection of luminous flying objects and direct extraterrestrial contact.
We were ultimately guided to visit, and hopefully make a connection, in Chilca. We researched the area, and there were several online accounts of sightings off the coast of Playa Yaya. According to Sixto, Playa Yaya is in a geological fault, whose lagoons are below sea level. As well, there is an energy, at the bottom of the sea, a magnetic corridor or a cosmic force.
Why we chose Playa Yaya remains a mystery to us, to this day.
Following our talks with Sixto, we formed a broader understanding. The purest essence of CE5 is the ability to look inward. A positive expectation, along with meditation experience, and an ability to quiet your mind, is essential. The physical world we focus upon is not the only universe where we can connect.
Working with others, of like-mindedness, enhances your experience. If you have an attitude of fear, deep skepticism, hostility or close-mindedness … chances are good you will fail at making contact. Bring your goodwill, love, joy and openness to the experience, as these are all noble, positive vibrations. Link heart-to-heart with members in your group and circulate the energy. Imagine a sphere of love at the center of your circle with each of your hearts connected to it.
Project this column of positive energy high up into the sky as a brilliant vibrant beacon. Quite simply, this is an invitation, and you need to tap deeply into your consciousness, and use your own energy to guide them to your location. You need to manifest thoughts of how we can heal our planet Earth, and ask them freely for help. Only then can you move towards true communication beyond our stars and to make contact!!
Ancient Peruvians, such as the Nazca people, are famed for their centuries-old geoglyphs carved in the Peruvian desert. Over 700 of them were dug into the South American landscape between the first and sixth centuries, and while over 70 of them are zoomorphic designs of animals, such as birds, fish, llamas, jaguars and monkeys, one of them depicts an extra-terrestrial-like figure. It's theorized that local inhabitants carved these messages into the floor to be seen by their gods in the sky and another prominent theory is that they were a signal to extraterrestrials that they valued their visits. For us, it would be an ideal skywatching experience, and an opportunity to investigate what could be a cosmological ‘highway’ for extra-terrestrial visitors.
Through our talks with Sixto, we also learned of the Paracas Candelabra, also called the Candelabra of the Andes. It’s a well-known prehistoric geoglyph found on the northern face of the Paracas Peninsula at Pisco Bay. The design is cut two feet into the soil, with stones possibly from a later date placed around it. The figure is 595 feet tall, large enough to be seen 12 miles at sea. A variety of popular myths have arisen, but the most important one for us is that it could be an ancient UFO beacon.
Part of our immersion also meant an excursion to Machu Picchu, a city perched high in the Andes mountains. The architecture is sound, the buildings made of extraordinarily well fit stones, and tenets of the buildings are designed around the movements of the sun and stars. Such things are seen in other sites around the world though, the feature that makes this one extra strange is the fact that it is located where it is—high in the mountains.
From where did they get water and food? There are no farmlands near. True, it rains a lot in the Andes, but is it regular and adequate enough to support a village? Or did they have their sundries flown in? Were the Nazca Lines merely billboards along the interplanetary-highway off ramp?The predominantly still waters of Lake Titicaca on the borders of Peru and Bolivia are not only the world’s highest navigable waters, but also host to a plethora of UFO activity and according to some, home to an advanced and possibly ancient alien base. Ufologists, ancient astronaut theorists in particular, state that the advanced level of agriculture, irrigation, and astronomy as well structures that suggest advanced building techniques leads them to believe that an extraterrestrial race once resided here. We decided to venture out without any sort of locational plan and found ourselves on ancient Peruvian land. We just had an instinctual feeling about our surroundings, and it was a deeper connection, very reminiscent of our early experiences, on our first trip to Australia. It was here that we elevated our meditational practices and, for the first time, sidelined our primary technology. Within the hour, I was motivated to use my iPhone to take no-flash pictures of our surroundings, particularly up near the tree line. In the end, an image was captured in the infrared, that would only be discovered days later, during a material review. That single still image changed our whole journey.
Arriving in Cusco, from Puno, we found ourselves in the middle of a strike in Juliaca. Roads were blocked with rocks and glass, angry mobs had set fire to vehicle tires, and we had to take back roads away from the strikers. It was an unsettling and dangerous environment and we needed to make our escape to the airport, having experienced the sightings of our lifetime!