2018 IUFOC Lecture: “Visitors” and Humanity’s Future as an Interstellar Species
Many “visitors” appear to come from a home on planets around other star systems. They appear to cross great distances of space-time by using hyperspace short cuts or higher dimensions. While it would seem that humanity is a long ways from achieving interstellar transport capability, we may be much closer than anyone will admit. As an interstellar species humanity would necessarily have gained much in the advancement of consciousness to qualify for that status. The Dawn of a New Day is ahead of us – we may become “visitors”.
Bio: Mr. Holt has had a lifelong interest in astronomy/ astrophysics, space travel (advanced physics and technology), and the destiny paths of human and other civilizations. He recently retired from NASA after 50+ years of service, which included supporting the Apollo lunar missions, Skylab, Space Shuttle, Spacelab and the International Space Station. Mr. Holt has been actively involved in research related to encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena and in metaphysical studies for the past 49 years. He has a B.S. in Physics, Iowa State University (1967) and a M.S. in Physical Sciences (astrophysics), University of Houston/CLC (1979).