"The Outer Space Security and Development Treaty"
The Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2012 establishes a
framework and procedures to assure that space will be a neutral realm from
which all classes of weapons are banned and from which no hostile action shall
be taken toward Earth or the surrounding Cosmos.
This Treaty invites Nation States to become Signatories to this Treaty
and invites all parties, including Nation States, Indigenous Nations and Cosmic
Cultures, to commit to plan and assist in the orderly development and
implementation of a framework and procedures that will assure and verify that
space is and will remain a neutral realm from which all classes of space-based
weapons are banned in perpetuity.
The Parties to this Treaty:
Reaffirm the urgency of preventing a destabilizing, threatening, and costly arms race
Recognize that an agreement by Treaty to create a weapons-free space domain to
ensure universal cooperation in space will save huge sums that would otherwise be
expended for a dangerous and provocative space arms race,
Recognize that eliminating space-based weapons is more easily accomplished by
agreement before any further investment is made to place them in position,
Confirm that it is the obligation of all State leaders to ban all space-based weapons
including the intention to weaponize space, the moon or any celestial body or to use
any space-based technology as a space-based weapon,
Reaffirm the urgent need for agreements on concrete proposals and projects deriving
from confidence-building, world-cooperative space ventures which will prevent an
arms race in outer space,
Recognize that information and data gained from cooperative space exploration and
development will provide unlimited benefits and opportunities to all humankind in
areas of health, education, the economy, mutual security, energy, and the
Acknowledge that we are not alone in the universes, that there are Cosmic Cultures
that will be important allies for our security and development, and that our national
and international policies must reflect this reality,
Acknowledge that from the beginning of nuclear weapons testing, extraterrestrial
craft have demonstrated a capability to selectively shut down communications and/or
the power of participating operational units, and have appeared over ICBM fields in
several countries causing non-destructive failure of dozens of ICBMs – taking them
out of operational status for days,
Realize that the demonstrated capability of extraterrestrial cultures from the
multiverse to neutralize any missile or nuclear capability is in itself not a threat
message, but does serve notice of our limited understanding of physics and the clearly
dangerous consequences of continuing to use destructive technologies,
Affirm that the possibility of reclaiming a peaceful future for humankind and a safe
environment on Earth is intimately linked with curbing our violence toward each
other and Earth, and with preparing to survive as Gaea heals herself, and that counsel
and support from Cosmic Civilizations thousands of years our senior would be
Note that every class of space-based weapons, including weapons of mass destruction
or precise destruction, is a symbol of fear for which violence provides no remedy,
Recognize that space must forever be free of man-made hazards, and must be a
passageway to the secrets of our past and the challenges of our future,
Are inspired by the great prospects of Earth taking its rightful place in the Cosmos
and the citizens of off-Earth realms sharing the fruits of their cultures with
Reaffirm that preventing placement of space-based weapons will avert resulting
consequences, risks, and dangers to peace on Earth and to peace in space,
Believe that world cooperation in space will contribute to developing mutual
understanding and to strengthening security based on a new form of verification and
enforcement that applies the latest tools of technology for observation and
information sharing because cooperative relations build more trust and transparency,
Understand that this space Treaty is now verifiable and enforceable via applying
monitoring, observation, and information sharing techniques both existing and
Are inspired by the great prospects, benefits, and opportunities for stimulating
economies, jobs, profits, products, and services to solve urgent and potential
problems of humans and the rest of the biosphere,
Recognize that our space assets can be protected only by mutual cooperation and
verification, and that this Treaty will accomplish this objective,
Realize we are one interconnected and interdependent human species, and we are
determined to live in peace with all our neighbors on Earth and in the universes,
Affirm that it is the policy of the Parties to this Treaty to permanently ban all space-
based weapons and to proceed into space cooperatively,
Are convinced that this Treaty will further the purposes and principles of the Charter
of the United Nations.
The Nation States Signatories to this Treaty agree to the following Articles:
1. Each Nation State signing and ratifying this Outer Space Security and
Development Treaty of 2011 shall:
(a) Implement a ban on the research, development, testing, manufacturing, and
deployment of all space-based weapons
(b) Implement a ban on the use of space-based weapons the purpose of which is
to destroy or damage objects or beings located in space or on Earth
(c) Terminate any current research, development, testing, production,
manufacturing, and deployment of all space-based weapons
(d) Each Nation State Signatory to this Treaty shall support and encourage other
Nation States to sign, ratify, and implement the Outer Space Security and
Development Treaty of 2011.
2. After the first nine (9) Nation States sign and ratify the Outer Space Security and
Development Treaty of 2011, the Secretary General of the United Nations shall
submit to the General Assembly of the United Nations the official recognition of
this Treaty henceforth as ratified law
3. Nothing in this Treaty shall prohibit the following space-based ventures that are
not activities related to space-based weapons:
(a) Space exploration
(b) Space research and development
(c) Testing, manufacturing, production or deployment of non-weapons systems
4. Not prohibited are commercial, civil, entrepreneurial or military space-based
ventures that are confirmed by the Peace in Space Office not to be any part of a
space-based weapon system or to have no intention to become or support a space-
based weapon or system.
5. Cooperative space-based ventures with any peoples on Earth or with members of
any Cosmic Culture are encouraged.
1. Each Nation State Signatory to this Treaty shall not base any weapon on any
object or celestial body located in space. Permitted is the establishment of space-
based related military bases or operations, including for communication,
navigation, reconnaissance, early warning, remote sensing, and surveillance that
does not interfere with operations of any other satellites, with living and working
in space, or with space ventures, provided that it can be verified by the Peace in
Space Office that there is no intention to use any space-based technology or
system as a space-based weapon.
2. The use of military technology or personnel for peaceful space-based purposes
that do not use any equipment or facility in space related to the research and
development, testing, manufacturing, production, deployment or application of
space-based weapons is not prohibited.
1. Nation State Signatories to this Treaty agree to the establishment, equipping, and
organizing of a United Nations Peace in Space Office.
2. This Peace in Space Office shall be composed of representatives from diverse
areas such as commercial, civilian, entrepreneurial and military sectors that will
check registration of space ventures and determine methods for monitoring
compliance, including verification and enforcement measures that will maintain
the permanent commitment of all Nation State Signatories to this Treaty.
3. The Peace in Space Office is mandated to monitor outer space to verify and to
enforce this Treaty using the latest tools of technology and information sharing.
4. The Peace in Space Office will identify any entity or program that engages in
activities contrary to the provisions of this Treaty and will work with all
signatories to correct this situation via cooperation, not confrontation.
1. The term “space” and “outer space” is defined as the space extending above the
earth at an altitude of 100 kilometers above sea level. Weapons banned by this
Treaty are considered to be space-based if they are located at or above 100
kilometers above sea level.
2. Space-based weapons are defined as being anything that is based in space that can
be used to damage or destroy objects or beings in space or on Earth from a
location based in space.
3. This Treaty bans all space-based weapons, including the dual-use of any space-
based object or technology when it is located in space with the intention to be
used as a weapon that could damage or destroy any object or being on Earth or in
4. Weapons launched from the Earth that travel through space but are not based in
space are not banned by this Treaty.
5. The terms space-based weapon and space-based weapons systems are defined for
the purpose of this Treaty in order to identify weapons, devices, or systems that
are based in any space location for the purpose of damaging or destroying, from
space, any object or being that is located in space or on Earth.
6. This Treaty prohibits:
(a) Firing one or more weapons based in space that would be intended to collide
with any object or being in space.
(b) Detonating any explosive device based in space in close proximity to any
object or being in space.
(c) Directing any space-based source of energy offensively against any object or
being in space or on Earth.
(d) Basing controls or systems of any space-based weapons that are or could be
intended to collide with or inflict damage upon objects or beings in any
location in space including on the moon, any celestial body, on a satellite,
craft, station, or on any Off Planet Visitor craft.
1. The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs shall be responsible to
coordinate the first meetings between members of Cosmic Cultures with units of
the United Nations and representatives of Signatory Nation States and Indigenous
2. A permanent Cosmic Culture Liaison will be available to the United Nations
Security Council to answer questions and to provide counsel on issues of security
and development of Earth.
3. The Cosmic Culture Liaison will assist in identifying and neutralizing any attempt
to deploy or use any space-based weapon.
1. The provisions of this Treaty that ban all space-based weapons shall apply to all
Nation States, whether or not they are Signatories to this Treaty.
2. This Treaty shall enter into force upon the signing and ratification of the first nine
(9) Nation State Signatories.
1. This Treaty shall be open to all Nation States for signature. Any State that does
not sign this Treaty before its entry into force may accede to it at any future time.
2. This Treaty shall be subject to ratification by Signatory Nation States.
Instruments of ratification or accession shall be deposited with the Secretary
General of the United Nations.
3. This Treaty shall enter into force upon the deposit of instruments of ratification by
nine (9) Governments. For any Nation State whose instruments of ratification or
accession are deposited subsequent to the entry into force of this Treaty, their
ratification shall enter into force on the date of the deposit of their instruments of
ratification or accession.
4. The Depositary Governments shall promptly inform all Signatory and acceding
Nation States of the date of each signature, the date of deposit of each instrument
of ratification of and accession to this Treaty, and the date of its entry into force
and other notices.
5. This Treaty shall be registered by the Depositary Governments pursuant to Article
102 of the Charter of the United Nations.
6. This Treaty shall be of unlimited duration.
1. Any Nation State Signatory to the Treaty may propose amendments to this Treaty.
2. Amendments to the Treaty shall enter into force upon acceptance by a majority
vote of the Nation State Signatories.
3. The text of any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the United Nations
Depositary who shall promptly notify all Nation State Signatories.
This Treaty, of which the English, Arabic, Russian, French, Spanish and Chinese
texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited in the archives of the Depositary
Governments. Certified copies of this Treaty shall be transmitted by the Depositary
Governments to the Governments of the Signatory and the acceding Nation States.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, duly authorized by their respective
Signed this Treaty________________________
At the location of ______________________________
On this date of ______________________________
Points of Clarification
Outer Space Security and Development Treaty of 2012
1. This Treaty does not ban weapons located on earth.
2. This Treaty bans the “weaponization” of space. The “militarization” of space,
which has occurred, requires a new definition for the purposes of this Treaty.
Militaries already provide enhanced intelligence and communication, observation and
data sharing, and can help to pave a safe way for humans to enter into the universes
and for members of Cosmic Cultures to enter the Earth sphere safely.
3. The strategy of this Treaty incorporates the reality that humans have evolved into a
condition of much higher consciousness than that of the past, and that we will be
working with Cosmic Cultures whose situation and willingness to cooperate with
Earth cultures is based upon that higher consciousness. The Signatories of this Treaty
acknowledge this viewpoint because it is necessary to work within the context of the
highest truth in our time, and because this is the only approach that will garner the
support needed to enact this Treaty.