About Exopolitics South Africa
Exopolitics South Africa is an autonomous South African organization, dedicated to the study of exopolitics. It is part of a rapidly expanding network that already spans the globe. Exopolitics South Africa also works together with other exopolitical researchers.
Exopolitics South Africa is involved in the following research initiatives:
Exopaedia: The Exopaedia is a new project and aims to become an exopolitical encyclopaedia. It exists in two versions: a wiki version in which anybody is free to contribute information, and a more traditional version in which information is verified by an Editorial Board. The Exopaedia is the successor of the Hyperbase Project, which started off as a database for therapists working with abductees.
Exophenotypology: exophenotypology is a classification of extraterrestrials that have been encountered, based on their physical appearance.
Field Research South Africa: Exopolitics South Africa is also involved in exopolitical, UFO and contactee research in Southern Africa. Another interesting field of research is that of traditional African mythologies which all include many different races of star people, like, e.g., the Chitauri, Mantindane, Wazungu, Ogo, Tokoloshe, etc.
More information on these two research initiatives can be found on the 'research' page.
Exopolitics Journal: The Exopolitics Journal is published quarterly by the Hawaiian Exopolitics Institute. The Journal is an online resource established for individuals wanting to study the key actors, institutions and processes associated with the extraterrestrial hypothesis. It is a valuable source of information for anyone wanting to understand the political implications of multiple sources of evidence concerning the extraterrestrial hypothesis that our Earth is currently being visited and monitored by extraterrestrial races.
The educational programme is run by the Exopolitics Institute, in Hawaii, and offers a three tiered system of courses and seminars that each culminate in an Exopolitics certificate or diploma. The goal is to provide the necessary conceptual skills, practical knowledge and diplomatic training so individuals are equipped to study, investigate and write about evidence supporting the extraterrestrial hypothesis; or to communicate and interact with extraterrestrial civilizations. Most of the courses are available online, and can therefore be followed from anywhere in the World.
At present three educational programmes are on offer:
For more information go to: www.exopoliticsinstitute.org/certificates.
Exopolitics Disclosure Programme
This program supports official disclosure of all available evidence concerning an extraterrestrial presence and preparing the general public for open interaction with extraterrestrials. The goal is to provide institutional support for a range of initiatives aimed at having national security agencies and military departments in the United States and elsewhere disclose to the general public, mass media and political representatives all evidence of an extraterrestrial presence. Whistleblowers who have evidence of a range of projects involving extraterrestrials and their technology will be supported.
One key initiative in this program is the creation of an association of key exopolitical activists and scholars who can coordinate their efforts in ways that mutually reinforce their respective goals and activities. The creation of an Association of Independent Exopolitical Interests will establish a database and web site for the coordination of these efforts so full disclosure of the ET presence can be most effectively achieved. Those interested in open dialogue with individuals discussing how to prepare for contact with extraterrestrials can do so through the following Yahoo discussion group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/prepare4contact/ .
This programme provides institutional support for investigating cases of individuals with credible evidence of voluntary physical contact and communications with extraterrestrial races. The goal is to analyze the credibility of such cases, and when appropriate disseminate the information and technologies gained from such extraterrestrial contacts with the general public.
This programme supports citizen or 'track two' diplomacy initiatives with extraterrestrial races whose existence is supported by credible evidence. The main aim is to promote peaceful communications and interactions with extraterrestrial races by providing institutional support for citizens engaged in such initiatives or to help train individuals for conducting such initiatives. The goal is to assist in the coordination of these citizen diplomacy initiatives and to bring to the public's attention the importance of citizen initiatives with extraterrestrial races.
The Galactic Diplomacy Certificate is part of this programme.