The British Earth and Aerial Mysteries Society
initially set up in
primarily as a non
eventually, rather than
As reporters of the truth, our duties include: Active investigation, study, interviewing, photography, recording and writing: In order to achieve our goal we have set up a countrywide network of reporters, who relay their gathered information through to the BEAMS HQ.
Becoming a BEAMS Member is Absolutely Free...
Here's How To Join Our Team:
BEAMS is always on the look out for new volunteers to assist us in this
field, and the only essential qualifications needed are as
Applicants should be:
- Aged 18 or over.
- Keen and serious about the subject.
- Willing to devote a bit of spare time to the cause.
- Reasonably Literate and Numerate.
- Active and of average fitness and be prepared to go out in all weathers should the need arise.
Applicant should also posses the following:
- At least a basic knowledge about ufos, the paranormal etc.
- Some computing abilities + a working PC that is connected to the internet.
- Binoculars for sky watching etc.
- A digital camera.
Although not on the list of essentials, to be a car owner and driver is of course, a bonus.
We always need people in as many places as possible all around the British Isles, who are willing to skywatch on a regular base and report their sightings to us: If you have a vantage point at one of your windows, that is a good start.
Those with computer and/or photographic/film skills could help our society enormously.
So, if you think that you qualify and would like to assist BEAMS in any way, then we would like to hear from you.
BEAMS is an entirely voluntary, non profit-making concern.