Friday, March 15, 2013


On October 15, 2009, the following definitions were approved by consensus in a meeting of the Exopolitics Institute Strategy Committee. Participants: Come Carpentier (India); Neil Gould (Hong Kong); Paola Harris, M.Ed.(USA/Italy); Robert Fleischer (Germany); Manuel Lamiroy, Lic. Juris (South Africa); PepĆ³n Jover del Pozo, M.Sc. (Spain); Michael Salla, Ph.D. (USA/Australia); Victor Viggiani, M.Ed. (Canada).

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Thursday, August 4, 2011


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Exopolitics is still developing as a research area. With a wider disclosure element at its core, it attempts to add new reference points to a number of fields that include UFOlogy as one element of focus as well as ecology, psychology, anthropology and OOPArts whilst exploring new energy systems and impacting on the sciences. It has also been described as 'the new social science of transformation' and functions using a formal activist approach as well as taking advantage of emerging, horizontalised information systems. Academically, exopolitics could be said to take a similar approach to parapolitics and deep politics in deconstructing the complex agendas of contemporary culture. David Griffin, Exopolitics UK