What do we know about extraterrestrial civilizations,
and how will interacting with them affect us?
This course looks at what we already can tell about extraterrestrial civilizations.
It explores new sciences like astrobiology, sociobiology, exopsychology, exotheology, etc. and compares what they say with what contact experiencers and whistleblowers say.
The course also looks at how openly interacting with extraterrestrial civilizations will affect our current culture and civilization on Earth.
I think this course is one of the best things I have done in my life. The subject matter has been riveting and exciting, sometimes shocking. In a subject that has so many angles and permutations and disinformation, it has been wonderful
to be guided to the best available evidence, the most authentic researchers, and the most reliable contactees. It all is backed up with brilliant Internet materials and book guidance. I highly recommend it.
Annette White, UK, Spring 2019.
If you didn't watch the video, and/or prefer a more academic description:
Introduction to Xenology consists of four parts. In the first part, we look at evolutionary xenology. It deals with astrobiology and phenotypes (what they look like), as well as with extraterrestial technology and biotechnology.
The second part deals with socio-political xenology. Here we look at extraterrestrial social systems and governments, at observed extraterrestrial behavior, and investigate to what extent an extraterrestrial presence could constitute a threat.
In the third part, the course deals with cultural xenology. We look at fields like psychology, science and arts, ethics and law, religion and spirituality.
The fourth part of the course deals with xenoarchaeology. Here we investigate archaeological evidence for an extraterrestrial presence, on and off-planet.
The course is offered by distance education in the form of weekly lectures received via the Internet, online course reading material and videos, and participant / instructor communication through a group discussion forum/email list.
IMPORTANT: this is an advanced course and is only open to students who have successfully completed Exo101!
In a survey, when asked whether they would recommend this course, 99% of students replied they agreed or strongly agreed.
The comments below refer to a different course, as Exo110 has never been given before!
Can attest that the Exopolitics 101 course with Manuel Lamiroy is EXCELLENT for those opening their minds to larger realities. Be prepared, these are solid, serious courses with awesome reading and video lists. The syllabus are so valuable ... he has really done his homework in prepping these leading edge subjects!
I appreciated the structure the course offered me in coming to the field with little background in ufology or exopolitics.. Flexibility regarding differing beliefs and opinions is particularly important to me. I enjoyed reading Manu’s and my classmates’ thoughts and opinions and felt encouraged and supported in expressing my own.
The course consists of fourteen lectures, with a one week break in between.
The courses start on 11 January 2021.
I appreciated the wide and comprehensive coverage of all the topics we went through. It has without doubt expanded my exo-field extensively. My interest area so far has been ETH evidence from ancient times, and this course provided a broad perspective on that topic. I also enjoyed the contactee’ topic; since this chapter illustrates a choice the government should have taken long time ago – instead of focusing on the technology.
I think the Exo-101 Course really fulfilled its goal of providing for a general and profound overview of the major subjects that have yet emerged in the Science of Exopolitics. I could not have run into anything better than this course, for handing me a fantastic shortcut to the most valuable info & resources currently available on the ET related subject.