ET Contact Tool

ET Contact Tool


The ET Contact Tool app for Android provides a handy reference guide of the demonstrated CE-5 ET contact protocol, including text written by Dr. Greer as well as audio and video material, compass and magnetometer. You may find http://new.cseti.org/ambassador-trainings.html of interest.

The app was designed to be used in the field where Internet connectivity is not available. However when the app is run for the first time, it requires Internet access to download the media file (just over 110MB, you get a lot of great content). Also, there are links in the text provided in the app that link to external websites that require Internet access to use.

NOTE: The media file download that happens when the app is run for the first time can, depending on your data plan, incur additional charges. If this is your case, we recommend you defer purchasing this app until you are in an area where you have unmetered or lower cost Internet access (such as home or office WiFi connectivity). In any case, neither Outer World Apps nor CSETI is responsible for any additional charges.

The Guide section consists of the following topics:
* Introduction
* * How to Use This App
* * Setting Up Your Phone
* Contact Protocols
* * Overview
* * Preparations
* * Meditation and CTS (audio)
* * Making Contact (audio)
* What to Look for
* * Types of Phenomena
* * Night Sky Phenomena
* * Close-Proximity Phenomena
* * Electromagnetic Phenomena
* Reference Guide
* * Additional Equipment
* * About CSETI
* * The Disclosure Project
* * The Orion Project
* * Dr. Steven M. Greer
* * Glossary of Terms
* * Suggested Reading List
* * Credits and Copyrights

The Tones section provides audio that is of interest:
* Crop Circle Tones (audio)
* Mt. Shasta Tones (audio)
* CSETI Logo in 3-D (audio)
* Fibonacci Sequence (audio)

The Meditations section provides guided meditations:
* Field Meditation (audio)
* Structure of the Universe (audio)

The Examples section illustrates some observed phenomena:
* Alleged Satellites (video)
* Alleged Meteors (video)
* Orbs (video)
* Compass Polarity Shifts
* Radar Detector Signals (audio)
* Craft in Ultraviolet
* Disc Over the Ocean
* Rio Rico Craft

There is also an Instruments page which has magnetometer related information (direction/compass and magnitude), with an alarm that will alert when the magnitude of the magnetic field exceeds a given value.

NOTE: The instruments do not work well on some phones due to the sensors in the device. Sometimes a calibration procedure helps, try rotating the phone in all directions on all three axes then see if the compass responds correctly. Other than that, there is nothing we can do to fix it. Comparing with other compass apps on the same phone usually yields similar indications. However, the instruments are not the main emphasis of the app, the text and multimedia content is. In any case, please do not purchase the app if you require the instruments to work accurately.

Recent changes:
v1.0.6:
Install app on internal flash instead of SDcard flash. Still uses SDcard flash for media file.
fix ArrayIndexOutOfBoundException

v1.0.5:
Fixed auto-repeat for Tones section that would sometimes fail.

Fixed blank compass screen reported on some devices.

Let audio play even after screen darkens.
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About ET Contact Tool
The ET Contact Tool app for Android provides a handy reference guide of the demonstrated CE-5 ET contact protocol, including text written by Dr. Greer as well as audio and video material, compass and magnetometer. You may find http://new.cseti.org/ambassador-trainings.html of interest.

The app was designed to be used in the field where Internet connectivity is not available. However when the app is run for the first time, it requires Internet access to download the media file (just over 110MB, you get a lot of great content). Also, there are links in the text provided in the app that link to external websites that require Internet access to use.

NOTE: The media file download that happens when the app is run for the first time can, depending on your data plan, incur additional charges. If this is your case, we recommend you defer purchasing this app until you are in an area where you have unmetered or lower cost Internet access (such as home or office WiFi connectivity). In any case, neither Outer World Apps nor CSETI is responsible for any additional charges.

The Guide section consists of the following topics:
* Introduction
* * How to Use This App
* * Setting Up Your Phone
* Contact Protocols
* * Overview
* * Preparations
* * Meditation and CTS (audio)
* * Making Contact (audio)
* What to Look for
* * Types of Phenomena
* * Night Sky Phenomena
* * Close-Proximity Phenomena
* * Electromagnetic Phenomena
* Reference Guide
* * Additional Equipment
* * About CSETI
* * The Disclosure Project
* * The Orion Project
* * Dr. Steven M. Greer
* * Glossary of Terms
* * Suggested Reading List
* * Credits and Copyrights

The Tones section provides audio that is of interest:
* Crop Circle Tones (audio)
* Mt. Shasta Tones (audio)
* CSETI Logo in 3-D (audio)
* Fibonacci Sequence (audio)

The Meditations section provides guided meditations:
* Field Meditation (audio)
* Structure of the Universe (audio)

The Examples section illustrates some observed phenomena:
* Alleged Satellites (video)
* Alleged Meteors (video)
* Orbs (video)
* Compass Polarity Shifts
* Radar Detector Signals (audio)
* Craft in Ultraviolet
* Disc Over the Ocean
* Rio Rico Craft

There is also an Instruments page which has magnetometer related information (direction/compass and magnitude), with an alarm that will alert when the magnitude of the magnetic field exceeds a given value.

NOTE: The instruments do not work well on some phones due to the sensors in the device. Sometimes a calibration procedure helps, try rotating the phone in all directions on all three axes then see if the compass responds correctly. Other than that, there is nothing we can do to fix it. Comparing with other compass apps on the same phone usually yields similar indications. However, the instruments are not the main emphasis of the app, the text and multimedia content is. In any case, please do not purchase the app if you require the instruments to work accurately.

Recent changes:
v1.0.6:
Install app on internal flash instead of SDcard flash. Still uses SDcard flash for media file.
fix ArrayIndexOutOfBoundException

v1.0.5:
Fixed auto-repeat for Tones section that would sometimes fail.

Fixed blank compass screen reported on some devices.

Let audio play even after screen darkens.

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A Google User
Jun 14, 2014
Don't give this pseudo science BS your money...Please...Seriously REAL scientists need it.
A Google User
Jun 6, 2014
Awesome!!!
A Google User
Jun 5, 2014
Best app to date My friend & I this weekend decided to travel to Wiltshire to try out the ET contact Tool. We had nothing but great results, exceeding our expectations. We chose Wiltshire as our location as Dr. Greer claimed to have great success here, almost landing a craft. It is also known for its crop circles. After finding a secluded space up in the hill, we started CE5. We noted on both night strange orbs in the sky, a lot would pulsate when we shone our laser at it. Many other strange events occurred....
A Google User
May 19, 2014
ET contact tool Amazing app works perfect on my s3 phone.Awake your mind...
A Google User
May 10, 2014
Possible data download problem fix I also had the data download problem and had delete and reinstalled it many times with no luck until I tried to finish the download on a friends WiFi and it work first time with no problems and all works fine now. So it would seem it may have something to do with my WiFi setup on my home network so if you are having this problem it may be worth a try.