Articles of Association (Vedtægter) of May 5, 2018.

CE-5 Copenhagen
Close Encounters Of The Fifth Kind – Copenhagen

  • 1 Name and address

Section 1. Name of the organization is CE-5 Copenhagen, and can be abbreviated as CE5CPH or ce5cph

Sec. 2. The organization’s website is www.ce5cph.dk

Sec. 3. The organization’s domain name, media channels and CVR (registration number) is owned by the founder of CE-5 Copenhagen. If the founder wishes to transfer ownership of any of these, it will be transferred to a member of the Board. It is used solely by the organization and not by an individual, company or any other organization.

Sec. 4. The organization’s activities primarily covers Copenhagen area.

  • 2 Mission

Sec. 1. The organization hosts CE-5 events, lectures and workshops related to the CE-5 phenomenon, as well as meditation courses related to the subject. The organization also acts as a platform for dialogue related to the CE-5 phenomenon.

Sec. 2. The organization is a group primarily for meditation, UFO and ET experiencers, where discussions and ideas can be exchanged. If a new member has no previous meditation, UFO or ET experience, it is important to approach the organization with an attitude of respect, seriousness and readiness for meditation, UFO and ET  contact.

If the attitude of a new member does not adhere to the description, the new member shall be expelled from the organization.

Sec. 3. The organization CE-5 Copenhagen is part of the Global CE-5 initiative, founded by Dr. Steven Greer with CSETI cseti.org and Sirius Disclosure siriusdisclosure.com

  • 3 Values

Sec 1. The organization’s values form the basis for all of the organization’s activities. The organization’s values are guidelines for all of the organization’s activities and purpose. The organization’s activities are based on volunteer establishment and participation and have no political or religious agenda, message or purpose.

Sec. 2. The organization intends to promote peaceful contact with extraterrestrial lifeforms. The method is inviting for contact through meditation. The organization strives to collect evidence of contact with the use of electronics. The organization has the rights to all the collected evidence, and it is published on the organization’s website and social media, with the intention of contributing to public awareness and information.

Sec. 3. The organization DO NOT tolerate the use of drugs at any of the organization’s events and activities. Drugs include alcohol, marijuana, psychedelics, opiates, cocaine, amphetamine, etc. Any use of drugs will cause immediate expelling from the event. Medically prescribed medication is acceptable.
Repeated violations of § 3, sec. 3. will result in permanent expelling from the CE-5 organization and participation in any of the organizations events and activites.

  • 4 Participation

Sec. 1. People who wish to participate in the organization’s mission can join.

Sec. 2. Attendance requires that the participant already understands that CE-5 is a real phenomenon and that there are extraterrestrial lifeforms with spacecrafts.

Sec. 3. Participants may be excluded in accordance with the articles of association. Behavior not tolerated by the organization and the Board is:

Attempts to change the organization’s purpose, mission and vision without the approval of the Board. By insisting on using drugs during the organization’s activities, encouraging others to do so, and by contributing to degrading socially destructive behavior among the participants. There must be a constructive tone at all events and in all public media.

Anyone suffering from mental and emotional instability cannot participate in any of CE-5 Copenhagen’s skywatches and acitivties. Examples are conditions such as paranoia, anxiety, psychosis, schizophrenia, depression and other servere conditions, or using any type of psychopharmaca.

Exclusion is decided by the Board. Debate and decision on exclusion shall resign from at least two written complaints received by the Board regarding inappropriate behaviour of the participant(s) concerned. First consequence is a written warning. In case of continued inappropriate behaviour, the consequence is exclusion from the organization and removal of any responsibilities and objects belonging to the organization. An excluded participant must have the opportunity to present his/her case at the next annual general assembly. In case of permanent exclusion, this will not be possible.

Sec. 4. Participants under the age of 18 can be admitted to the organization with the consent of parent or guardian.

  • 5 General Assembly

Sec. 1. The General Assembly is the highest authority of the organization. Also referred to as GA.

Sec. 2. The annual General Assembly is held once a year in the first quarter (Q1) and convened with at least three weeks notice. It is announced on the organization’s website and / or social media.

Sec. 3. Participants can attend the general assembly (GA). There can not be voted by proxy. A letter can be sent by e-mail to the Board. The email must reach the Board no later than one week before the GA.

Sec. 4. The agenda for the annual GA must contain at least the following points:

1) Election of conductor and notes.

2) Board of Directors’ report.

3) Budget orientation.

4) Approval of the accounts of both the Board of Directors and the GA.

5) Proposals.

6) Election of Chairman. (For 2 years – chosen on equal years)

7) Election of Vice Chairman. (For 2 years – chosen for uneven years)

8) Choice of treasurer / secretary. (For 2 years – chosen for uneven years)

9) Optional choice of transport manager. (For one year)

10) Extra

Sec. 5. Proposals to be considered at the general meeting must reach the Board not later than 14 workdays before the general assembly.

Sec. 6. Proposals for amendments to the articles of association that are to be dealt with must be received by the chairman within 14 workdays before an ordinary general meeting. There can not be resolved / decided topics dealt with under nr. 10 on the agenda.

Sec. 7. The general assembly makes its decisions by simple majority of votes. This is done by raise of hands or in writing.

  • 6 Extraordinary General Assembly

Sec. 1. Extraordinary general assembly shall be held in accordance with the decision of the Board of Directors or at the written motivated request of at least one third of the participants. At an extraordinary general assembly only the topics that gave rise to the call can be dealt with; however, the Board of Directors is entitled to list more topics on the agenda if it deems it appropriate.

Sec. 2. The notice period for an extraordinary general assembly is 2 weeks.

Sec. 3. No proxy may be voted. A letter can be sent by email to the Board. The email must reach the Board no later than one week before the Extraordinary General Assembly.

  • 7 The Board’s daily management

Sec. 1. The daily management of the organization is carried out by the Board.

Sec. 2. The board determines the rules and regulations of the organization. It may set up subgroups to carry out practical and administrative tasks.

Sec. 3. The organization’s participants must follow the rules and regulations of the organization.

Sec. 4. The chairman – and in the person’s absence, the vice chairman – convenes and chairs the meetings of the Board. Notice shall be convened in writing, stating the agenda when the chairman deems it necessary or when at least one member of the Board makes a request to the chairman. In such cases, the meeting shall be held no later than 2 weeks after the request has become known to the chairman. A meeting may take place via digital media.

  • 8 Economy

Sec. 1. The organization’s accounts follow the calendar year.

Sec. 2. The organization is not-for-profit and all donations goes exclusively to the organization.

Sec. 3. Should the organization be in possession of financial resources or financial instruments, these must be included in the organization’s bank account or depository.

Sec. 4. Storage of the organization’s equipment is the responsibility of the Board.

  • 9 Dissolution

Sec. 1. In case of dissolution, the organization’s assets shall be used in accordance with the mission set out in paragraph 2. Before making a decision, sponsors / donors must be offered a return of their amount / remaining amount. The handling of the actual use of the assets is decided by the dissolving general assembly.

Sec. 2. In the event of dissolution of the organization, the organization’s domain and media channels continues to belong to the owner of these. 

  • 10 Board members

Chairman: Linda Løwebeck
Vice chairman: Martin Hansen