Spring Semester Courses for Exopolitics Certification Program Start on January 14, 2013

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ExoCertificcate-Logo[January 1, 2013 – Kona, Hawaii] [January 1, 2013 – Kona, Hawaii] The Exopolitics Institute is pleased to announce that classes begin on January 14, 201 for a number of educational programs designed for those interested in developing professional qualifications in exopolitics; and/or acquiring analytical tools, research methods and investigative techniques for evidence concerning extraterrestrial life. Our experienced faculty of educators and trainers collectively offer decades of experience in the teaching profession and in researching extraterrestrial life; and offer you the opportunity to apply exopolitics in a number of unique areas.
Classes offered for the Spring 2013 Semester are:
For 2013 schedule visit: click here. Some comments from students completing earlier courses.
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. Kai Olson – Exo-101 – Spring 2011
I have found the course and the study material extremely well organized and clear. I got the whole picture of exopolitics. Our instructor’s support was excellent and he kept us on track throughout the course…. I would recommend this course to anyone interested in extraterrestrial reality. It is certainly an excellent, interesting and challenging course. Erhan Kolbasi, Turkey – Exo-101 – Spring 2010
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. Frank, Belgium – Exo-101- Spring, 2009
The course as a whole was very interesting. The quantum mechanics part was very useful, as this field has been “Greek” to me so far. The same must be said about RV. I also enjoy the exo 106 YouTube channel – very good movie clips! The course was produced and composed in a way that makes the student see comparative events (connecting the dots), and such methodology served as quite an eye opener to me. Kai Olsen – Exo-106 – Spring, 2011
This is not a course for the faint hearted. It requires a sound prior knowledge base of the topic, substantial self-discipline and absolute dedication. Some of the information on abductions is sheer horror which one would prefer to believe only exists in Hollywood, but like the 911 atrocity, reality dwarfs Hollywood and nowhere more so than in the exopolitical field. The truth is that interaction on this level between terrestrials and others is vastly more common place than we could ever begin to give credit for and the reasons for this cover a wide range of issues, some of which are as disturbing as they are provocative and inspirational. Douglas McClure, South Africa – Exo-106 – Spring, 2009
The people we researched were simply shadows in my semantic memory. Quantum Cosmology triggered new insights into these individuals. Some sent us messages from the grave. Others talk a language that the public is yet to understand. We do. Neil Gould, Hong Kong – Exo-106 – Spring, 2009
For more student comments on past courses – click here Whether you plan to be or are a journalist, a diplomat, educator, artist, scientist, historian, researcher, lawyer, policy maker, or health, government, religious, or business professional, you will find a suitable way of incorporating evidence concerning extraterrestrial life into your chosen profession. The certification program offers a three-tiered system of courses and seminars that each culminate in an Exopolitics certificate or diploma.
a. Exopolitics Certificate – Entry level certification provides the core conceptual understanding so you have basic competency in writing about, researching or investigating exopolitical issues.
c.. Exopolitics Diploma – Third level certification designed for those intending to teach or train others in exopolitics.
These certification programs are competitively priced and provide you the opportunity to learn and practice exopolitics in a way that is suited to your interests and career. With a minimal investment of time and energy, you could soon be on the way to acquiring the skills and training to set you off to a path that will establish you as an exopolitical pioneer in your respective fields.
Explore our certification program then register for the certificate program that will open your path to exopolitical knowledge and training.
Website: click here. Email: courses@exopoliticsinstitute.org Phone: +1 202 470 0140 The Exopolitics Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization based in Kona, Hawaii. Website: http://www.exopoliticsinstitute.org/

Fall Semester Exopolitics Courses begin Sept 10, 2012

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[August 23, 2012 – Kona, Hawaii] The Exopolitics Institute is proud to announce that classes begin on September 12 for a number of educational programs designed for those interested in developing professional qualifications in exopolitics; and/or acquiring analytical tools, research methods and investigative techniques for evidence concerning the extraterrestrial hypothesis. Our experienced faculty of educators and trainers collectively offer decades of experience in the teaching profession and in researching extraterrestrial life; and offer you the opportunity to apply exopolitics in a number of unique areas. Classes offered for the Fall 2011 Semester are: For full 2012/2013 schedule please visit: http://exopoliticsinstitute.org/?page_id=889 Some comments from students completing earlier courses.
This course is the ultimate in understanding the nature of Ets. One gains perspectives of the immenseness of the universe, the invisible medium and how the templates of ET life may fit within this multiversity. Ones own sense of self importance is brought to measure and a spiritual uplifting seems to adjunct the students as they deal with the notion of how advanced galactic life is, socially, technologically and politically. Neil Gould, Hong Kong, Exo-107 – Fall, 2009
Weaving the theoretical with the scientific with the strange but true, this course provides valuable research and concepts, organized to propel our understanding of what is occurring in ways that may surprise you. Thank You. Jason Friend, California – Fall 2010
By all means, take the course! Dr. Salla is one of the best motivators and moderators in this field and you will not be sorry for spending the time to look “beyond” the stars… Michelle Magnum, Michigan – Fall 2010
Watch as many films and series as you can (before the course starts), be open to all ideas, do not judge without experience or empirical proof, and take advantage of the knowledge of the instructor. Paula has a diverse array of contacts over her career, and this network should be exploited as we continue to expand our knowledge of exopolitical events and people. Paola is an outstanding instructor, and brings a wealth of experience, knowledge and credibility to the table. Overall, an excellent course . D. Canada, 2010
Fasten your seat belts, put on your crash helmets and prepare for an amazing journey into the past, the present and the future. Douglas McClure, South Africa – Exo-108 – Fall, 2008
For more student comments on past courses – click here Whether you plan to be or are a journalist, a diplomat, educator, artist, scientist, historian, researcher, lawyer, policy maker, or health, government, religious, or business professional, you will find a suitable way of incorporating evidence concerning extraterrestrial life into your chosen profession. The certification program offers a three-tiered system of courses and seminars that each culminate in an Exopolitics certificate or diploma.

a. Exopolitics Certificate – Entry level certification provides the core conceptual understanding so you have basic competency in writing about, researching or investigating exopolitical issues.

b.. Galactic Diplomacy Certificate – Second level of certification provides both the conceptual skills and diplomatic training so you can practice citizen diplomacy in extraterrestrial affairs.

c.. Exopolitics Diploma – Third level certification designed for those intending to teach or train others in exopolitics.

These three certification programs are competitively priced and provide you the opportunity to learn and practice exopolitics in a way that is suited to your interests and career. With a minimal investment of time and energy, you could soon be on the way to acquiring the skills and training to set you off to a path that will establish you as an exopolitical pioneer in your respective fields. Explore our certification program then register for the certificate program that will open your path to exopolitical knowledge and training. See the following video for comments about Exopolitics from some of the course instructors and graduates. Website: http://exopoliticsinstitute.org/ Email: courses@exopoliticsinstitute.org Phone: +1 202 470 0140 Fax: +1 808 442 9546 The Exopolitics Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization based in Kona, Hawaii. Website: http://www.exopoliticsinstitute.org

New Edition of Exopolitics Journal analyzes extraterrestrial contact

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Exopolitics JournalThe launch of the fourth edition of the Exopolitics Journal comes at an exciting time for all those interested in the possibility of extraterrestrial life. NASA’s Kepler Mission has continued announcements of discoveries of exoplanets in habitable regions of distant solar system has helped rapidly transform the scientific community from outright skepticism over the possibility of extraterrestrial life, to opposite position of almost complete certainty that such life exists. Scientific conferences in London and Rome organized by the Royal Academy (January 2010) and the Pontifical Academy of Sciences (Nov 2009) had scientists openly discussing the social and political implications of extraterrestrial life. The world’s leading astrophysicist, Prof Stephen Hawking, has openly been speculating over the possible motivations of advanced extraterrestrial life, and how this should be seriously considered by NASA and other space programs for national security reasons. The time has never been better to actively begin mapping out the conceptual contours and implications of what contact with advanced intelligent life from other solar systems will be like. That is equally the case for those interested for the first time in possible contact with extraterrestrial life in the immediate years ahead, and for those having researched claims of extraterrestrial contact cases since the advent of the Atomic Age in 1945.

The first article in this edition by retired Canadian Air Force Captain, D.J. Ballinger analyses the field of exopolitics, and describes its relevance for the scientific community. Ballinger conducts an exhaustive review of the exopolitics field and how it can contribute to better understanding the complexity and comprehensive nature of the available evidence concerning extraterrestrial life. He writes that exopolitics: “covers the spectrum of social and physical sciences entrenched in the global concept of human security, including national, political, economic, environmental, and health security.” Critically, he challenges the scholarly community to begin giving serious attention to the question of extraterrestrial life, and especially begin addressing its social and political implications: “exopolitics should be established as a viable and valuable field of study by academia in higher learning institutions, and by social and physical scientists in the public and private sectors.”

The second article by Giovani Piacenza claims that “due to sui generis, messianic-like cosmologies and lack of publicly acknowledged evidence, contactee cases tend not to be credible to the scientific community, even while suggesting that direct interaction with extraterrestrial beings or with beings from other reality systems may sometimes actually occur.” Piacenza analyzes two case studies of claimed extraterrestrial contact. The first, involves multiple claims of extraterrestrial contact beginning in 1975 with the famous Peru UFO sightings by Sixto Paz Wells and his companions. One of his companions was Piacenza who is well placed to give a scholarly analysis of the organizations that evolved out of the 1975 contact claims. The second case Piacenza examines involves the Unarius Society and the organization that evolved from the various forms of extraterrestrial contact. Piacenza introduces Ken Wilber’s “Integral Methodological Pluralism” as the conceptual framework for objectively examining these two cases. In doing so, he uses the “‘criteria of ‘truth’, ‘truthfulness’, ‘justness’ and ‘fit’ associated with methodological ‘zones’ that integrally relate” to the cases studies in determining their relevance for assessing claims and evidence of extraterrestrial contact.

Dana Rasinova is the author of the third article which gives an insider’s account of the famous Billy Meier case which she has been intimately involved with since 1997. According to David Griffin, who gives a brief editorial introduction: “Whilst some see aspects of the alien Other as containing an inherent ‘trickster’ element many others see the visiting ET presence as representing a higher form of intelligence and assume that this implies they are beyond reproach in their ethics and operation. In fact the situation is far more complex and this is why this particular examination of a highly complex Swiss contact case is long overdue and welcome.”

Rasinova takes a novel approach in her analysis. She accepts the validity of Meier’s core claims of extraterrestrial contact, and goes on to examine the motivations of the Pleiadian/Plejaran entities that communicated with Meier. She finds numerous inconsistencies, contradictions and distortions fed to Meier by his extraterrestrial contacts that lead to her conclusion that “the Pleiadians (Plejarans/Plejaren) … deliberately don’t tell us the truth.” Rather than benevolent space brothers wanting to help humanity with a positive uplifting philosophy, she finds instead very troubling assertions they made to Meier, and which he faithfully passed on in his contactee notes. What emerges in Rasinova’s analysis is that while some extraterrestrials may look very human and have a positive philosophy to pass on in their communications with human contactees, they still may have a very deceptive agenda where “they explicitly and strategically lie, feign or disinform.” Rasinova’s analysis warns us about being too uncritical in our future or current dealings with extraterrestrials that may have a positive appearance and things to say, but have a deceptive agenda filled with distortions, and outright lies.

I authored the fourth article, “How Celestials are helping humanity prepare for Extraterrestrial Contact and World Peace,” which I gave as a prepared speech to a conference in Istanbul, Turkey held on November 1, 2011, concerning advanced extraterrestrial life and celestials. I describe “celestials” as highly evolved beings that can move through space and time using their consciousness alone, rather than technology as is the case for advanced extraterrestrial civilizations. Using the Nikolai Kardarshev typology developed for extraterestrial civilizations capable of using energy at different macro levels (Type 1 – planetary, Type II – stellar, and Type III – galactic) I define celestials as a Type IV civilization that can tap into a universal energy source.

Celestials are best described as a universal fraternity where ability to tap into universal energy define one’s identity and allegiance, rather than space-time location as with lesser evolved civilizations (Type 0-III). I consequently analyze the role and activities of celestials in helping prepare humanity for open contact with extraterrestrials, and the advanced technologies that will become available after contact. Finally, I describe different case studies involving claims of contact with advanced extraterrestrial visitors and how celestials interacted with both the human contactees and the extraterrestrial visitors.

The final article involves a very different case of extraterrestrial contact – crop circles. The crop circle phenomenon is something that has intrigued some of the world’s best scientists and led to numerous investigations. Wendy Flentri studies some of the crop circle literature and investigations in relation to 2012. She concludes that many crop circles are a product of extraterrestrial intervention and designed to relay information about 2012 and Solar Cylce 24.  She explains that the messages in crop circles created by extraterrestrials: “speak to us in a universal language of mathematics, symbols and pictures.” The information in them correlates “with what researchers have been able to discover about what the Maya knew, the pyramid builders at Giza knew and what many primitive peoples have been telling us all along. That end of Solar Cycle 24 one age will end and another will begin.”

The year 2012, according to interpretations of the Mayan Calendar, is the fulcrum of thousands of years of human evolution. To others closely following Solar Cycle 24, the years 2012/13 are predicted to be watershed years with the coming solar maximum creating many life changing situations. For many more, 2012 is witnessing rapid changes in communication technologies helping overcome national boundaries, bringing our planet closer together, and uniting humanity in unprecedented ways. Looming over all these upcoming changes is the prospect of open contact with extraterrestrial life, and/or official acknowledgement that governments have kept the truth from us about off-world visitors. This edition of the Exopolitics Journal will be welcome preparation for all interested in learning more about extraterrestrial life, and how the field of exopolitics offers some critical tools and methods for extraterrestrial contact.

The March 2012 edition of the Exopolitics Journal is now available for free online at: http://exopoliticsjournal.com/

Michael E. Salla, Ph.D. Chief Editor, Exopolitics Journal

Summer Semester for Exopolitics courses start May 21

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[April 30, 2012 – Kona, Hawaii] The Exopolitics Institute is proud to announce that classes begin on May 22 for a number of educational programs designed for those interested in developing professional qualifications in exopolitics; and/or acquiring analytical tools, research methods and investigative techniques for evidence concerning the extraterrestrial hypothesis. Our experienced faculty of educators and trainers collectively offer decades of experience in the teaching profession and in researching extraterrestrial life; and offer you the opportunity to apply exopolitics in a number of unique areas.

Spring Semester for Exopolitics Courses begins January 16, 2012

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[December 15, 2011 – Kona, Hawaii] The Exopolitics Institute is pleased to announce that classes begin on January 16, 2012 for a number of educational programs designed for those interested in developing professional qualifications in exopolitics; and/or acquiring analytical tools, research methods and investigative techniques for evidence concerning extraterrestrial life. Our experienced faculty of educators and trainers collectively offer decades of experience in the teaching profession and in researching extraterrestrial life; and offer you the opportunity to apply exopolitics in a number of unique areas.

Call for Instructors – Exopolitics Degree Program

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[Sept 15, 2011 – Kona, Hawaii] The Exopolitics Institute is inviting instructor applicants to offer courses as part of the Institute’s teaching program. The Institute has offered online courses since 2007, and currently has six courses on the books leading to an Exopolitics Certificate and/or Diploma. We wish to expand the program to a full Bachelor/Master’s Degree in Exopolitics, and apply for accreditation with a suitable U.S. based tertiary teaching body.