Editor, Contributor, and Open Minds UFO Radio Host
Alejandro Rojas is the Head of Research and Content at Enigma Labs, a data, research, and community platform dedicated to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). He is also a founding board member and Director of Public Relations for the Scientific Coalition for UAP Studies (SCU). Alejandro has been a freelance journalist focused on science, space, sci-fi, and UFOs. He maintains the website OpenMinds.tv, but you can also find his articles in the Huffington Post, Den of Geek, and the Roswell Daily Record, among other news outlets. Alejandro is considered an expert on the topic of UAP. He regularly appears in interviews with media organizations worldwide, including Politico, BBC, NBC, Fox, Coast to Coast AM, the Travel Channel, Syfy, National Geographic, and E!.
He is the former Director of Operations for Open Minds Production, the host for Open Minds UFO Radio, editor and contributing writer for OpenMinds.tv, and emcee for the International UFO Congress. For several years Alejandro was the official spokesperson for the Mutual UFO Network as the Director of Public Education. As a UFO/Paranormal researcher and journalist, Alejandro has spent many hours in the field investigating anomalous phenomena up close and personal.
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I am just letting you know of the progress that has been made on the Space Warp project. I talked to you a year and a half ago. I am still teaching at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and still the faculty advisor for the UNO UFO Study Group and the UNO Paranormal Society. Check out the new website
David P Pares
Alejandro,mucho gusto senor! I appreciate your work in this field. I have had many odd experiences throughout my life & perhaps we can discuss via email if you have time. Otherwise I would need to contact a group in my area but don’t know how to find such a group.
Hi Alejandro, I am a coast insider. I listened tonight , you mentioned if you could find someone who could translate from french to english found at the France site , you woulc like to have help. Well here I am . I speak , write and read french and I am fully bilingual. If you want to contact me and let me know what I could do to help. if you want to check out on youtube.com , I have 2 videos of a crop circle : the title is Crop Circle adventure I and II , I made this video a few years ago and this crop circle although simple was quite extraordinary to visit. You can contact me anytime with the email i posted here. Have a nice weekend and the show on coast to coast was really interesting. Denyse
Thank you for your recent announcement of your Autoimmune Disease. I suffer from SLE (systemic Lupus Erythematosis) while our daughter has MS, the only recognizable AD. Your effort to make your own situation known to others will help us all in the AD world.
I really enjoy listening to your podcasts about UFOs every afternoon when I am exercising. Makes exercise more fun! On a recent podcast you said you wish you had gone to see the eclipse and were afraid you really missed out. You may have heard by now but in 2024 all you have to do is drive a few states from your home to Texas to see the next eclipse that comes through the US.
Someone did send me that info. Thanks! I will be sure I am there. Maybe see you there?
Hi Alejandro, have you concidered interviewing Avi Loeb. Harvard astronomer and proposed that Amua mua is a potential alien spacecraft. His story seems to be coming back around this month.
Mr. Alejandro Rojas:
I am a regular listener to your Open Minds Radio podcasts. Your equanimity in dealing with topics and individuals is commendable and your depth of knowledge, easy manner and sense of humor is appreciated. Likewise, the same for Mr. Martin Willis.
On your recent podcast with guest Rich Hoffman, and in many other Open Minds Radio podcasts, it is often said by you and sometimes your guests, that we need another term for UFOs—that the word has become too much associated with fringe thinking—that it turns away serious scientists who don’t want their name and reputation sullied by being associated with the hunt for grey aliens, secret space programs and the like.
I understand the frustration with the term UFO. But, I believe it is still the best term to describe the phenomenon. Things seen flying that cannot be be immediately identified are in fact unidentified flying objects (or something that appears to the observer to be an object) until they are positively identified.
In my opinion no new term for UFOs is needed. What is needed (as you and Martin do) is to bring respect to the subject and its study.
Changing UFO to UAP or some other name and acronym cannot promise that the subject will then be taken seriously by the public and scientific community. The only way that will happen is by assuring that the charlatans, hucksters and frauds are exposed and driven from the field.
Thanks again for all your efforts. Keep up the great work and pass on my compliments to Martin Willis too.
Michael M. Smith
Greetings Mr Rojas,
this website might interest you. Maybe you know of it already. Farsight.org
An institution that has scientific proof that remote viewing is a viable technique/ability to perceive things through all of space and time. Much of the data collected by them is very relevant to your investigations on UFOs.
Alejandro, did you go to helicopter school at Fort Wolters in Mineral Wells, TX around 1978? This question has absolutely nothing to do with what you are doing now. I think I will faint if you respond back. I can only assume you have someone who replies for you so I hope you will see this question and be able to respond. I think I knew you. I worked at Fort Wolters at the time. At least, we are both talking about something in the air. I could see a helicopter pilot being interested in your area of expertise now. I follow the phenomenon of UFOs and I am very interested.
I did not. I would have been way too young to fly at that time.