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Exoconsciousness is the study of extraterrestrial dimensions of human consciousness including the origins, experiences, endowments, and abilities of human consciousness that link us directly to the cosmos and its inhabitants. Exoconsciousness is a social, cultural movement that includes consciousness scientists, physicians, energy healers, spiritual practitioners, paranormal researchers, contactees, Ufologists, and near death experiencers to transform how we know ourselves as humans.[1][2]


This concept of Exoconsciousness was first introduced by writer and therapist Rebecca Hardcastle Wright, PhD. This new concept was developed through Hardcastle Wright’s research and advocacy for extraterrestrial and interdimensional contactees, concentrating on the influence of the contact experience on consciousness.

Hardcastle Wright works on the innate human ability to connect, communicate and co-create with extraterrestrials and multidimensionals by using psychic intelligence and abilities which, in turn, advances social impact for a healthy cosmos, Planet Earth, and its people.[3]

Further advancements

Computer scientist and astronomer Jacques Vallée categorized an interdimensional encounter as CE4, using astronomer J. Allen Hynek’s UFO, close encounter research and classification system. Ufologist Steven Greer defined the CE5 category as a UFO event that involves direct communication between aliens and humans.

Hardcastle Wright broadened the definition of close encounter classification by integrating contact research with contemporary brain science. She furthered her study of  Exoconscious Humans categorizing them as a CE6 category. Hardcastle Wright described CE6 as ongoing direct extraterrestrial and interdimensional contact, explaining how it  moves from unconscious and unaware into consciousness, emphasizing the human integration and creative application of a series of contact events.

Exoconscious Humans in this advanced CE6 category express direct access to information and transformation through their consciously detailed ongoing contact. This direct access provides opportunities for physical, psychological, spiritual and world-view transformations.

The Institute for Exoconsciousness

Hardcastle Wright founded the Institute for Exoconsciousness[4] in 2018, which became the first international organization that supports human innovation via natural human and off-world intelligence.[5] The major reason behind the founding of this Institute was to address the need for increased support, recognition, and resources for Entrepreneurial Exoconscious Experiencers.

Hardcastle Wright expanded the definition of Exoconsciousness as the innate human ability to contact, communicate, and co-create with extraterrestrials and multidimensionales. The purpose of the Institute for Exoconsciousness is to research and apply the abilities of human consciousness sourced in extraterrestrial, multidimensional contact.

The investments made by the Institute span beyond philanthropic funding through the inclusion and use of products and programs that bridge the Exoconscious and nonprofit sectors to scale social impact.

In the media

Hardcastle Wright's defining of exoconsciousness coincided with public acknowledgement of defense research into UFOs and unknown objects. In late 2017, the New York Times front page Sunday edition featured “Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program” by Helene Cooper, Ralph Blumenthal and Leslie Kean where they revealed the US Department of Defense spent $22 million on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program.

In 2020, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, serving as acting chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, submitted a bill that included a requirement that the multi-agency Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon task force housed in US Office of Naval Intelligence would have to publish a public report on Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) data collection and create a centralized process for managing UAP data. A new study was published in The Astrophysical Journal indicating that there is a minimum of 36 intelligent civilizations within our Milky Way galaxy.


  1. D, Rudy Schild Ph; D, Jon Klimo Ph; D, Reinerio Hernandez J. Beyond UFOs: The Science of Consciousness & Contact with Non Human Intelligence: Volume 1.
  2. Hardcastle, Rebecca. Exoconsciousness: Beyond the Brain a Second Chance (PDF).
  3. Austin, Jon (2016-03-08). "Man tries to contact aliens... then bizarrely this 'awesome FLYING SAUCER appeared'". Express.co.uk. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  4. "About". Institute for Exoconsciousness. Retrieved 2020-09-09.
  5. "Interdimensional hypothesis", Wikipedia, 2020-08-27, retrieved 2020-09-09

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