With courses at the Exopolitics Institute
The courses of the Fall Semester 2020 start on 8 September.
3 courses are on offer.
The video below gives a short overview of each of the three courses and what you'll learn.
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
The Ultimate Guide to Exopolitics.
In this course, you learn the essentials of what we know about the extraterrestrial presence.
All you need to know about exodiplomacy. In this course, you learn about different civilizations, about representation, and conflict resolution.Learn more
What do the experts say?
In this course, expert witnesses share their experiences and insights in interviews that are not available elsewhere.
In a survey, more than 90% of students who have done one or more of the courses, said they would recommend the courses.
This class surpassed my expectations. I have been out of school for 47 years so wasn't quite sure what to expect. I appreciate Manuel's patience as I muddled through the learning curve. The class gave me a new awareness of how involved disclosure really is. The ramifications of saying "Yes we aren't alone" is just the tip of the iceberg. There are so many layers and so many pieces in each layer to be explained and accounted for and considered.
We covered a broad range of topics about the motivations, activities and intentions of various ET groups and our ‘elites’ and humanity’s best response to them in the form of citizen diplomacy; they not only made us realize
how much there is to take into consideration to obtain the whole picture and act appropriately, but also had I think a huge psychological/emotional impact on each student.