UFO: Donate toward Exopolitics research
Many of us are fascinated by UFOs and the possibility of alien visitors to earth. While an unidentified flying object is not necessarily an alien spacecraft the two terms are used interchangeably, and UFOs are assumed to be of alien origin.
With so many sightings reported, often by multiple witnesses, it is hard not to believe that this is the case. But where does one go for reliable information? One source to consider is The Canadian, an editorially independent, not-for-profit national newspaper. The Canadian relies on donations to fund its operating expenses and to pay its large team of citizen journalists. The Canadian is socially progressive and cross-cultural. Their mission is to affirm “a sovereign Canada, by defending the national public interest via a critical approach to mass-media coverage.” The editorial policy is to keep an open mind, and no articles are censored or rejected because of controversial content.
This is particularly true on the UFO/Exopolitics page. Exopolitics is not a generally familiar term. According to exopolitics.org,it is “the study of the key individuals, political institutions and processes associated with extraterrestrial life.” If, as they state, “information concerning extraterrestrial life and technology is kept secret from the general public, elected political representatives and even senior military officials”, then we need to find out more. Dr. MichaelSalla’s book Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence (Dandelion Books, 2004) presented the first scholarly approach to understanding the implications of an extraterrestrial presence, and by extension, the political implications of keeping knowledge of such a presence restricted to a very few.
The Canadian has covered the work of Dr. Salla and other original thinkers like him. If you find the idea of aliens among us compelling, and if you wish to read more along these lines, please consider making a donation to The Canadian in order to keep fascinating articles on UFOs, Archons, Star Trek and the Borg,and the theories of John Lash, David Icke, Alex Collier, andDr. Carol Rosin among others. People like these have seriously studied ancient texts, interviewed primitive tribes, analyzed UFO sightings and the government reaction to them, and come to the conclusion that there is almost certainly a considerable alien presence on earth. Only publications like the Canadian will disseminate this sort of information.
Only The Canadian will regularly publish articles dealing with the interpretation of the works of the ancient pagan Gnostics, most notably the Nag Hammadi codices which reveal a deep concern with alien intrusion into human affairs by Archons. These entities seem to be very similar to the ET’s of modern Ufology. Both Grey and Reptilian types of Archon are described in detail the codices, along with their origin, methods and motives. Only The Canadian will bring you Gerry Zeitlin’s theory, that both Creationism and Darwin's "Theory of Evolution” are nothing but alien deceptions.
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