Resources & Network
In South Africa
You can find us on Facebook, where we have :
- a Facebook page, as well as
- a Facebook Group. Note that this is the only real group on Facebook. A fake one, pretending to be Exopolitics South Africa was set up as well.
Several other resources of information are available for those wanting to find out more about exopolitics and ufology in Southern Africa:
- UFO Afrinews, which is dedicated to Cynthia Hind's work, and has PDF versions of her UFO Afrinews series of booklets.
- UFO Research South Africa (UFORSA)
British UFO researcher Isaac Koi (a pseudonym) has put copies of several Southern African UFO newsletters online, with permission of the editors / publishers.
More information in these 3 blog posts:
Links to the online archive, along with an explanation, can be found in the blog posts.
At present two international networks coexist, which largely overlap. Exopolitics South Africa has been a member of both of them since 2006.
- The Exopolitics Institute Network (with more than 40 members), and
- The Exopolitics World Network (with more than 2 dozen members), an initiative by the Paradigm Research Group.
You may also want to have a look at these sites:
- The Exopaedia, an online encyclopaedia on all things extraterrestrial
- The Exopolitics Institute
- The Exopolitics Journal
- Michael Salla's Exopolitics.org
- Stephen Basset's Paradigm Research Group
- Ed Komarek's Exopolitics Blog
- Neil Gould's Exopolitics Hong Kong, which has the largest collection of FREE e-books available for download!