Exopolitics South Africa
By Manuel Lamiroy, Lic. Juris
The Exopolitics Institute is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to the study, promotion and support of exopolitics. Exopolitics is defined as an interdisciplinary scientific field, with its roots in the political sciences, that focuses on research, education and public policy with regard to the actors, institutions and processes associated with extraterrestrial life, as well as the wide range of implications this entails through public advocacy and newly emerging paradigms.
Exopolitics South Africa is run on a part-time basis by a small network of volunteers, which include Manuel Lamiroy, Erica Koen, Winston Haybittle and Mo Abrahams. The News website publishes contributions by several authors.
Who are the players in Exopolitics?
The majority of people involved in Exopolitics probably come from UFO circles; but it also includes political scientists, diplomats, and people from the military.
We are in the process of compiling a database that lists most of the relevant players. Thus far, short bios of over 100 of these individuals have been published at Exopaedia, where they can be found in the alphabetical index. In the mean time, the membership list of the Advisory Board of the Exopolitics Institute lists quite a number of key individuals, too.
A list of more than 100 UFO researchers can also be found at the UFO Evidence site. While most of the people profiled on this site are men, there are an equal number of women researchers, investigators and authors who report on topics related to exopolitics. Some can be found on Global ET Researchers’ Contributing Editor’s page and others can be found by searching on Women of Ufology and Women of ExoPolitics, and referring to the Exopolitics Advisory Board to read about still others.
If you are looking for a list of extraterrestrial races that are or have been active on Earth, we suggest you have a look at the relevant topic at Exopaedia. Based on the testimony from contactees, abductees, and whistleblowers, Exopaedia has complied a potential list of more than 120 (!) races or civilisations reported thus far.
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