“We humans are living in an invisible ocean of vibrations or consciousness.
Let us all have the urge, that great desire to learn and understand what they are.”
The Invisible Ocean (1932)

GEORGE ADAMSKI - The facts in context

Scattered among misconceptions, half-truths, and whole lies
are the facts about George Adamski. This website presents these facts
stripped of assumptions, allegations and accusations, to reveal
the scope of his mission, the impact of his work,
and the relevance of his teaching.

This website aims to present the facts in context,
to allow readers their own understanding
of this historical case of contact with extraterrestrial visitors,
instead of repeating the opinions or misunderstandings of others.

...ABOUT HIS TEACHING:
The most remarkable aspect of this case, which is also the most ignored, is Adamski's teaching about the nature of consciousness and matter, which is now finding corroboration in quantum theory and systems science: consciousness underlies the physical manifestation of the universe, in which everything interacts and evolves as an integral system. More...

...ABOUT HIS MISSION:
Modern transport, information and communications technology, and scientific discoveries have changed our experience of the physical world to that of an interconnected global community. Our political, economic, financial, and social structures, however, still reflect a worldview based on division and competition for territory, power and wealth. For this reason George Adamski was told — as were many other contactees in similar terms: “Now that your scientific knowledge has so far outstripped your social and human progress, the gap between must be filled with urgent haste.” More...

...ABOUT HIS REPUTATION:
A careful review of the case in recent research shows that oft-repeated criticisms of George Adamski's claims are questionable at best, and usually based on a misunderstanding or misrepresentation of the facts. More...


DISCLAIMER: This website is not affiliated with the George Adamski Foundation of Vista, Calif., USA. This is a private, not-for-profit initiative to facilitate and further the study of George Adamski's life and teaching by providing access to relevant materials, research, and primary sources that are freely available online, observing Fair Use principles.