UAPs, a transcontinental socio-cultural subject

Since the dawn of time, Unidentified Aerospace Phenomena (UAP) have challenged humanity with fundamental questions: Are we alone in the universe? What is our place in it? These questions, which raise important philosophical and spiritual implications, shape our perception of the cosmos and our own existence.

The reception of these phenomena varies considerably from one culture to another. Each society, through its cultural and regional filters, attributes symbolic meanings to them, some accepting them and others rejecting them, but all having to make the effort to integrate them into their narrative and spiritual heritage.

Scientifically speaking, UAPs have long been the subject of controversy and marginalization. However, since the end of the Second World War and with the advent of globalization, they have taken on an international dimension. Over the past fifteen years or so, governments (France, Peru, the UK, etc.) have begun to disclose their official archives. More recently still, revelations by American whistle-blowers, protected by new legislation, have confirmed the United States' deep interest in these phenomena, contrary to their earlier denials.

We are thus witnessing a global movement: UAP-related issues transcend borders and cultures, prompting us to collectively rethink our future. These phenomena call for a holistic, integrated approach that ensures a fair distribution of discoveries while preventing conflict. Through UAP Check, our mission is to contribute to a better understanding of these mysteries, by providing the general public with quality information, through the organization of cultural events and the production of documentaries on a global scale.