EDITOR’S NOTE: Originally published on November 1, 2000, a full week before the disputed 2000 U.S. Presidential election of George W. Bush on November 7, 2000. Alfred Lambremont Webre, JD, MEd is the International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS), based in Vancouver, British Columbia, CANADA. This essay is adapted from his presentation at the UFO/Disclosure Town Hall Meeting in Santa Clara, California, on Oct. 13, 2000. Alfred Webre’s message seems particularly poignant, as it came just prior to a disputed, fateful U.S. Presidential election.
VANCOUVER, BC - We should remember there are many cycles to what we are doing tonight. We are building on the spiral of a long planetary history. We are winning back our Universe citizenship, lost aeons ago and intentionally kept hidden from us over the years by terrestrial governments and power-greedy groups. Now, all that is about to be transformed.
Nearly a quarter century ago, in 1977, a U.S. White House administration was open enough to acknowledge its ignorance about a wider Universe reality in our midst. The highest democratically elected authority in this land sought the most creative of our sciences to understand the open approaches of Universe society. An anti-Universe information war scuttled that Carter White House study of extraterrestrial communication.
We are also here because of other, longer cycles. Historically, the fundamental rights of humankind, hard-won in political struggle and revolutions against old repressive orders of reality, are here tonight as well. Some say that in ages past Earth was once a member of an interplanetary society. I will leave it to each one of you to decide whether this possibility is worthy of your consideration.
What matters now is that we are here tonight in our bodies politic. Politics is a process of mediating among our various interests within a larger framework. Politics is more than an academic, analytic exercise. It is about the freedoms of our bodies from want, and the freedom of our minds from fear. Politics is about mutual empowerment. And our Universal heritage is the ultimate empowerment in our known reality.
Yet a narrow military-intelligence-plutocratic clique – hosted in the United States of America – has attempted to lead our entire generation of Earthlings into believing a planetary lie, that we are alone in the Universe. The political process and governmental structures we have on Earth do not stop at Earth’s geo-stationary orbit. Politics, government, and individual freedom extend throughout the interstellar and interdimensional Universe we inhabit. Government on Earth is derived from exo-government in the Universe,and we all have inalienable rights in the Universe.
Tonight we know that the era of terrestrial politics is over. The age of Universe politics has now landed. How this new exopolitical age will unfold – whether violently and repressively, or expansively in freedom – is in some sense up to us.
We are a nucleus of politically sensitive terrestrials who are aware that the playing field is vast. We are a new dimension of Universe government as it dawns on Earth. We should not be surprised that secret networks in some terrestrial governments continue to keep the people in darkness and ignorance of Universe government and Universe politics.
Who are those governments? Just look to your own government here in the U.S. for the answer. The Anglo-bloc – the governments of the U.S., the UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada – carries on a secret information war against our right to Universe participation. How do we know this? These are same governments that manage Echelon, a global surveillance network.
The Echelon governments seem to have the largest participation in waging the anti-Universe information war. France, on the other hand, is suing the Echelon countries for espionage. French officials have also created COMETA, a study that validates an extraterrestrial presence around Earth.
Why do the Echelon countries, including the U.S., continue this anti-Universe war? It is for global power and global wealth.
These government networks exist to protect a petroleum-nuclear civilization, a military- industrial complex. These military-intelligence networks are a private army; the anti-Universe war is a private war, committed to prevent the era of free energy and expansive Universe citizenship from dawning on Earth. Not being content to merely participate in a future, they are attempting to own the future and keep us in an oppressive past.
Every citizen of Earth is a victim of the information war against Universe integration. This planetary war exists in order to perpetuate the concentration of wealth and justify the mind control technology of a narrow, brutal, retrogressive elite. Some of us have suffered more directly than others, but our entire planetary reality suffers: environmental suicide, species extinction, war, disease, crime, and poverty, and a pervading ethic of selfishness.
The very act of making public the information that we are part of an organized, interstellar, multidimensional society makes real our new Universe citizenship. Knowledge itself will begin to evaporate the power of our selfish and destructive civilization. Our so-called terrestrial power structure will no longer be big fish in a small pond, but micro-personalities in an infinite ocean of reality, the Universe itself.
Now I come to an essential message: We are all the exo-government, the Universe society. Here in the U.S. alone, 100 million adult Americans are aware that Universe society visits Earth. Seventy percent of the U.S. population disbelieves the official government information war. In other countries where governmental mass mind control is not as great, such as Brazil, even larger percentages of the population knows we are Universe citizens.
Terrestrial government is a hollow shell game. The evaporation of terrestrial government and the birthing of Universe government is inevitable. There is no "take me to your leader" scenario. The entire cosmos knows that the leaders of the Earth's information war are corrupt and unworthy to lead us further. Their perspectives are all about profit and control.
We call all land a new Universe reality and Universe society into our terrestrial dimension from the inside. Our own inner awareness can shift its allegiance from terrestrial-based reality to a Universe-based reality. Ignorance and war are no longer acceptable problem-solving alternatives.
There are many tactical and strategic roadways we will be taking over the coming years. About 25 years ago, the U.S. White House under Jimmy Carter antedated the French COMETA study validating extraterrestrials in our environment. That prophetic effort was brutally terminated by the information war, using the mind control technology of the military. Here we are again after 25 years, this time to prevail. Not too bad, in the cosmic scheme of things. Let us set aside a special Decade of Contact to assimilate extraterrestrial contact. In all countries, let us push for legislative hearings, congressional studies, and official announcements. There is no doubt that our present terrestrial fabric - educational, constitutional, scientific, entertainment - needs to be transformed as part of a new Universe-based reality.
Tonight we are entering a new domain of politics - Universal exopolitics. We shift tonight from a terrestrial-bound "UFO community" to a Universe-directed body politic, which is our fundamental cosmic entitlement. Fundamentally the transformation starts within all of us – for we are the transformation. We are the exo-government. We are the new Universal human.
Any review of a scholarly work should address three questions: What is the stated goal of the author? How well does the author meet that goal? How does the book contribute to the literature of that discipline or special field?
The reader of a review should be given not only an intellectual assessment of the book, but also some insights into the author’s intents and achievements, as perceived by the reviewer. Thus, the reader of the review can determine the bias of the reviewer and then decide whether to buy and/or read the book.
The author of the book that you are about to read, Exopolitics, both educates and exhorts the reader to accept a bold and optimistic view of Earth and humanity. Well written, and well edited, the book explores the status of an isolated planet that is ready to join the cosmic community – “Universe society.”
The author, Alfred Lambremont Webre, has advanced degrees in law and applied psychology. He offers his readers the results of many professional activities, including his work as a futurist at Stanford Research Institute. In 1977, he directed a project to develop an extraterrestrial (ET) communication proposal for the White House staff during President Jimmy Carter’s Administration.
Exopolitics provides an outline, or a model, for evaluating the current status and possible future of humanity. The stated goal is to provide a bridge between the current concept of Earth as an isolated planet and the future concept of Earth as a member of cosmic cultures, in a multidimensional Universe society.
Webre prepares the reader not only for changes in political “realities,” but also for changes in scientific “realities.” He emphasizes the principle of a holographic Universe. Both spiritual and material dimensions are ONE. Thus, spiritual and ethical, as well as scientific and technical, development, are signs of a planetary society that is ready for universal “reunion” in politics, government, and law. Webre addresses a variety of questions: Is the story of the Garden of Eden a reflection of human origins in a cosmic context? Is Earth isolated because of quarantine by ET societies? Is humanity’s history of violence – and current plans for military weapons in space – a significant factor in any quarantine by ET societies? Was there a rebellion by Earth’s “gods,” or governors, against the administrators of a larger cosmic community? Is the UFO phenomenon an indication of the strategy of an ET program? Does the Disclosure Project represent the means by which humanity formally recognizes the ET presence?
The author offers the concepts of “reflectivity” and “dimensionality” as methods by which humans become aware of higher consciousness and higher truth. Thus, both external (empirical) and internal (intuitive) methods are emphasized for exploring and evaluating truth.
For example, Webre uses the results of various public opinion polls as evidence to support dual hypotheses: Most adults are aware of both the ET presence and the UFO cover-up. Approximately half of U.S. adults agree with the statement that ETs are visiting Earth, and more than half agree with the statement that governmental officials are withholding information about UFO reports.
Webre states: “A transformational Exobiology, Exoarcheology, and Exopolitics would construct a bridge of knowledge and relationship with advanced civilizations in the Universe.” He calls for a Decade of Contact to prepare humanity for its alignment with Universe society.
In the reviewer’s opinion, the author has done well in describing his goal, which is to present a model of Universe politics, and an approach by which humanity might align itself with the law and governance of a Universe society.
Has the author done well in meeting that goal? The reviewer recognizes that there can be a variety of evaluations, depending upon the attitudes of any reader.
The general reader might ask: How does the author know about Universe laws and government? Observation? Intuition? Information from ET societies?
Persons of “enlightened” views (from meditation, UFO and ET encounters, and advanced education) are likely to applaud as well as agree with Webre. Persons with “practical” concerns (e.g., job security, skepticism about intellectuals, and fear of “aliens”) are not likely to read the book or react to the model. Persons with certain affiliations or “special interests” (e.g., scientism, religiosity, and covert operations) are likely to discount the model and reject the book.
Perhaps the current “game” will continue, in which the dominant culture maintains that “logical positivism” is the method and “physical evidence” is the measure of the method. If current conditions continue, then the UFO cover-up will continue, and the dominant culture will continue to deny the ET presence.
Webre argues that conditions, however, are changing. There are a variety of Earth conditions (e.g., pollution, global warming, and extinction of plants and animals) and a variety of human concerns (e.g., wars, cultural and religious conflicts, the gap between the rich and poor, and suppression of free energy technologies) that calls out for a new view of Earth and a new view of humanity.
Does the model of Exopolitics provide that perspective? How does the book Exopolitics contribute to the literature on Exopolitics?
The literature on Exopolitics can be grouped into four categories:
(1) Statements from writers of channeled messages from extraterrestrial (ET) or extra-dimensional (ED) entities, which describe ET or multidimensional communities;
(2) Reports from persons who describe encounters with ET/ED beings, and the messages from the beings about their worlds;
(3) Reports from persons who describe travels to other planets, or dimensions, and their observations of those communities;
(4) Comments from writers who analyze statements (e.g., “science fiction,” speculation, and UFO/ET experiences) about various topics of Exopolitics.
This review cannot summarize the vast literature of ET contact (consider the Vedic traditions, the writings of Zecharia Sitchin, the Old and New Testament), but it can give a few examples of recent writings for comparison with Exopolitics.
Members of the current scientific community usually focus on the physical and biological conditions that are needed for life to emerge on other (distant) planets. They may be supportive of SETI (the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence), but they seldom view UFO reports as an indication of ET visitation.
That gap between many scientists and most UFO investigators may be narrowing. For example, a recent article that explores the ET hypothesis – “Inflation-Theory Implications for Extraterrestrial Visitation,” Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, vol. 58, 2005, pp. 43-50) was written by James Deardorff, Bernard Haisch, Bruce Maccabee, and Hal E. Puthoff, who are mainstream scientists as well as UFO investigators.
Few psychologists and psychiatrists have participated in UFO research. The death of John Mack, M.D. in 2004, however, was the subject of several editorials, including Stephen Basset’s “Exopolitics” column in the December-January 2005 edition of UFO magazine, pp. 16-18. Dr. Mack, a professor of psychiatry at Harvard University, had authored two books on UFO “abductees,” and he had founded the Program for Extraordinary Experience Research (PEER).
Philip Krapf, a former news editor for the Los Angeles Times, has described his visits aboard ships of an ET civilization and their plans for contact with nations on Earth.
Courtney Brown, Ph.D., a professor of political science, has described his sessions of remote viewing, and his analysis of the political structure of an ET civilization.
C.B. “Scott” Jones, Ph.D. convened a group of international speakers in 1995, at a conference called When Cosmic Cultures Meet. The purpose of the conference, held in Washington, D.C., was to prepare both the public and government officials for possible disclosure of the ET presence.
The Disclosure Project, directed by Steven Greer, M.D., has videotaped testimony from hundreds of former military and government officials about their knowledge of the UFO cover-up.
Michael Salla, Ph.D., author of Exopolitics: Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence, has reviewed international politics as influenced by the ET presence. He attempts to evaluate the levels of evidence for various aspects of the “politics of Exopolitics.”
Paul von Ward, author of Gods, Genes, and Consciousness, analyzes evidence from various sources (archeological, cultural, genetic, historical, and technical knowledge) that ABs (Advanced Beings) have helped humans to establish Earth civilizations. His focus on “religious” traditions, and “scientific” traditions, provides an analysis of factors that sustain wars and other conflicts among cultures and nations. He offers an approach to ease the conflicts between different cultures with different “gods.”
Ida M. Kannenberg has authored a fourth book, Reconciliation, with the assistance of high-level entities, THOTH and TRES. She analyzes the argument that humanity is spiritually ready to reassess its relationship with other levels of cosmic consciousness.
Lisette Larkins has authored three books on her communications with ETs, emphasizing that anyone can communicate, telepathically, with extraterrestrial beings.
These brief examples indicate that a wide array of literature is available for any reader who wishes to evaluate the contribution of Webre and his model of Exopolitics.
If the reader of the review has doubts about intuitive processes for apprehending “truth,” then the book, Power Versus Force, by David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., can provide an empirical method for assessing levels of consciousness or calibrating levels of truth.
If you have doubts about the UFO cover-up, then UFOs and the National Security State, a history by Richard Dolan, can provide the historical information needed to accept the reality of the ET presence and the UFO cover-up.
In my opinion, the author of this volume, Alfred Lambremont Webre, has presented to readers a small package that contains a huge gift – a new vision of humanity’s place in the Cosmos. Most books about Exopolitics are written from the perspective of humanity, or from the perspective of the individual writer.
Webre has provided a perspective of universal law and government that rises above the mundane politics of humanity and Earth, and views humans not as Planetary Persons but as Cosmic Citizens.
When the reader is ready, his Exopolitics provides an individual and collective blueprint for developing a social structure on Earth that assists humanity, in a Decade of Contact, to join and participate in Universe society.
– R. Leo Sprinkle, Ph.D., counseling psychologist, professor emeritus at the University of Wyoming, distinguished Ufologist and author
EXOPOLITICS.COM: VANCOUVER, B.C. - My real purpose in this article is to take strong exception to the analysis of our colleague Michael Salla, PhD regarding Remote Viewing as a research tool and source for Exopolitics. Michael and I had long discussions on this issue at Kona, Hawaii last June 2005, so my comments do not come as a surprise to him. I stated then to Michael my disagreement with his rankings in the Exopolitics Evidentiary Support Matrix for Exopolitics, and the basis for that disagreement.
I disagree with Michael's assessment that Remote Viewing is a "Moderate" Evidentiary support for building our knowledge about Exopolitical reality. Quite the contrary, Remote Viewing is one Exopolitical Evidentiary source that meets the test of the scientific method: Replicable results using standard laboratory protocols. It should be ranked at "Strong."
My conversations with Michael have convinced me that he does not fully understand Remote Viewing and has not examined the evidence of Remote Viewing. The Exopolitics Model - that the Universe is populated with advanced, ethical evolving civilizations operating under Universal laws (as defined above), with some form of governance bodies, and mediated by Universe politics - is in fact substantiated by Remote Viewing Data.
Remote Viewing IS the scientific breakthrough that has made replicable Exopolitical research into the Universe possible.
I do believe my views are mis-represented in a significant, mis-leading way in Michael's passage below, specifically in the following:
"In his recently published book on Exopolitics (2005), Webre elaborates further on his "intuitive method" of psychic information gained through methods such as "scientific remote viewing" and `channelled' information such as the Urantia Book."
I believe the above to be the equivalent of an academic slur. The only place in the book Exopolitics: Politics, Government and Law in the Universe where I mention the Urantia Book is to cite Remote Viewing research which has confirmed independently one episode of our planetary past cited by the Urantia Book. I do not cite the Urantia Book as a source in Exopolitics.
Secondly, Remote Viewing is specifically cited in the Book Exopolitics as the source of the Exopolitics model, not "intuitive" or "channeled" materials. This is misleading and a mischaracterization.
The STAR DREAMS INITIATIVE (SDI) Portion of the Exopolitics model is now is a Project Website at:
Please examine the following articles, which mirror the language and basis of the book Exopolitics. They are based on the brilliant, replicable scientific methodology of Remote Viewing, developed in the mid-1970s by my colleagues at Stanford Research Institute (SRI), Dr. Hal Puthoff and Russell Targ, and applied to Exopolitical research in the mid-1980s forward:
Oh, and yes - There are those passages in the book Exopolitics in which I urge the reader gently from a Spiritual place to use their intuition to deconstruct 60 years of disinformational programming by the (largely) U.S. National Security apparatus. Those passages are clearly marked as Exhortatory, not probative.
IMHO, The Exopolitics Journal does yet not reach the necessary standards of peer-reviewed scholarship in this unprofessional dissing of Remote Viewing - the standard tool for scientific exploration of societies in the Universe. As I indicated to Michael, I have received permission from a major mainstream public affairs journal to re-publish an EXOPOLITICS article to be published in the near future - one based on Remote Viewing research - in the Exopolitics Journal, and I will.
Remote viewing has been developed as a scientifically reliable tool for Exopolitical exploration, research, and the commencement of public interest diplomacy with ethical, advanced Off-Planet Cultures, as authorized by Galactic governance bodies. No other methodology will give humanity these results.
INTERVENTION BY EXOPOLITICS.ORG: Aloha Alfred and all, I am presently in Italy attending the Exopolitics conference organized by Dr Pinotti so I can only be brief in my response. I am sorry you took exception to my analysis to your exopolitics method Alfred since the intent was not to academically slur you in any way but to simply point out the controversial nature of the sources you use which puts you outside the mainstream of ufo research in terms of the research methods used.
Despite this, I said that your intuitive method is very important since it deals with a topic which in the future will come to dominate exopolitics, the political processes used by ETs themselves, and our need to acess sources of intutitive or psychic information such as remote viewing and channelled source to better understand this. As you know I dismiss neither one and simply give them moderate or weak evidentiary rankings for reasons I describe in my book.
What I have found so far in the ufo community is great resistance to using sources such as whistleblowers which were the main source used by Steven Greer in his exopolitical initiatives. Along with various contactee testimones, I think this is the strongest foundation for exopolitics research since all can be verified empirically. This is necessary since there are many doubting Thomases who need that supporting evidence,and as social scientists we are bound to try to validate our sources as far as possible. We have a healthy disagreement over RV, etc., and think that is fine, and something we can continue to discuss and strategize about.
As for not understanding remote viewing, it is an area I have assessed rather than practiced. I think it very significant as a means of information gathering but still is considered inconclusive. In his recent book on RV Courtney Brown repeatedly refers to his work in this area as speculative non fiction. Obviously, Courtney feels that the nature of the observations gained by RV need to be considered in this way to offset possible criticism since many of the observations can not be validated. I think he is being rightly cautious since we need to somehow validate such information before using it as a basis for a complete understanding of ETs.
As for your use of the Urantia book, I do apologize if I mis represented you here. From conversations and your book I concluded that you view it as a valid source of information on exopolitics and that it belongs to intuitive methods that you support, both in the book and public activities.
When I return I will be happy to reread the book, and clarify my assessment of the intuitive sources you use, and issue a follow up message article to more accurately describe your views and the role of the Urantia book.
As for my motivations in all this, I hope this is transparent since I want to establish exopolitics on its best foundations and give credit to the emerging strands of exopolitics without making it something that can be debunked by those trying to criticise the exopolitics approach as a fringe movement based on unsubstantiated sources. I think there is room for intuitive as well as more traditional social scientific methods in exopolitics and we need to find ways to harmonize these to prevent misunderstandings between those such as ourselves who give varying weights to these different sources.
I look forward to your forthcoming article and clarification of your methods in the forthcoming exopolitics journal. As for meeting standards of a peer reviewed Journal, I think that is an important goal and something that I desire the Journal to evolve towards as more submissions come in and I begin to delegate articles to reviewers who agree to assess articles.
Michael [Salla PhD]
INTERVENTION BY EXOPOLITICS.COM:"Former Commanding Officer of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command publicly refers to U.S.Army Intelligence remote viewing data suggesting intelligent life on Mars"
Lecture on Remote Viewing as a Research Tool
MAJOR GENERAL ALBERT N. STUBBLEBINE, III - Former Commanding Officer of the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command.
The following speech was given by Major General Stubblebine, an important advocate of the military use of Psi and related techniques. This took place at the International Symposium on UFO Research Sponsored by the International Association for New Science Denver, Colorado, May 22-25, 1992.
"Let me talk to you about where you might take this kind of a tool and do something with it, and again I am not sure I want to be on tape for this. We have looked at Mars, we have looked at UFOs, we spent some time looking at Mars, tomorrow I believe that you are going to hear a presentation on the Mars phenomena, and if I am correct, that you will be told that there are structures on the surface of Mars. I will tell you for the record that there are structures underneath the surface of Mars that cannot be seen by the Voyager cameras that went by in 1976, which is what you are going to hear tomorrow; I will also tell you that there are machines on the surface of Mars and there are machines under the surface of Mars that you can look at, you can find out in detail, you can see what they are, where they are, who they are and a lot of detail about them."
(Question on Mars machinery).
"It's moving, the machinery is moving, so I don't know, if its from a leftover civilization its got a long-live battery, its better than any of the dolls we put out on Christmas, I tell you, OK?"
Not War of the Worlds but Peace among Worlds, Futurist Says
Tue Jul 26, 8:00 AM ET
Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) July 26, 2005 -- If our current libel laws were to extend beyond Earth"s boundaries, Steven Spielberg"s War of the Worlds might be found to be defamatory towards a race of extraterrestrial beings that may be living below the surface of Mars.
That is the claim of a veteran lawyer and space peace activist who says that by portraying Martians as aggressive attackers, Spielberg"s new film also misrepresents the broader challenge that humanity must confront interacting with other civilizations in space.
A graduate of Yale Law School, Alfred Lambremont Webre is known as the founding father of exopolitics. His work as a futurist at the prestigious Stanford Research Institute (SRI) in 1977 directing a proposed Extraterrestrial Communication Project for the Carter White House led to the emergence of exopolitics as a social science discipline. Like many other futurists, Webre has concluded that humanity is destined to become a space-faring civilization. But he has been at the forefront of advocating that such a future will require a program of public interest diplomacy with "off-planet cultures."
In his newly released book Exopolitics: Politics, Government, and Law in the Universe (Filament Books; $9.99), Webre presents a practical and philosophical model of how such an outreach program to other planetary civilizations might be shaped.
Webre thinks that intergalactic diplomacy will involve peaceful co-existence and cooperation with other civilizations founded on principles of Universal law. "Exopolitics is premised on the notion that if humanity is not only to survive but thrive in the Universe, it will have to develop a political science to effectively interact with the beings that it will encounter in space," Webre says.
It might seem like science fiction fantasy to some, but Webre"s book deals with a subject that is taken very seriously by some of the most accomplished members of Earth society. Among many other prominent citizens of this world, a former American astronaut and one of Canada"s former defense ministers have endorsed Exopolitics.
"The scientific paradigm of the 20th Century was that intelligent life ended at Earth"s geo-stationary orbit," Webre explains. "The exopolitics model informs us that, in reality, Earth appears to be an isolated planet in the midst of a populated Universe composed of intelligent civilizations subject to Universal law, operating under Universal forms of governance, and mediated by Universe politics."
Webre delights in the cosmic irony that his e-book publisher, Filament Books, originally decided to publish Exopolitics on its website along with War of the Worlds, H.G. Wells" classic account of an alien invasion from Mars that inspired Spielberg"s new blockbuster.
In his science fiction novel, Wells portrays Mars – and by implication, other planets – as harbingers of alien monsters that wish to attack and destroy our planetary civilization. "[Across the gulf of space … intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic regarded this Earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us," Wells wrote.
Webre has a far more optimistic view of Mars and other possibly populated planets. He thinks that human contact with aliens represents not a "final threat" but a "future hope."
His optimism is fueled by recent scientific discoveries made by NASA"s Mars Rover. These findings confirm the high probability that the red planet could host life today. Webre is also intrigued by data derived from the scientific process of "remote viewing" which suggest that below Mars" surface dwells a peaceful race of intelligent humanoid beings that survived an environmental cataclysm on Mars that occurred eons ago.
"Remote viewing" is the mental process of perceiving and describing places, persons, and events at distant locations. It was sponsored and developed by the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in the early 1970"s with the help of scientists from Stanford Research Institute.
According to Webre, both remote viewers within the American intelligence community and civilian remote viewers trained by the US government have discovered astounding data about life on Mars, including the fact that the surviving Martian culture has technology that appears to be 150 years in advance of our present day civilization.
The remote viewing data indicate that because their physical appearance is so similar to humans on Earth, some Martians have already migrated to villages in South America. "Humans from Mars seem to be genetically related to humans on Earth," Webre says. "This raises many important questions – for science as well as for religion." If such data prove accurate, Webre thinks that mutually beneficial agreements with our extended "human" family from Mars could help human civilization on Earth cope with the looming environmental challenges that threaten our own planetary survival.
His brilliant treatise Exopolitics describes the steps that must be taken to move in that direction. It sets forth an agenda for a hopeful future in which humanity addresses the challenge of contact with other civilizations in the Universe not in a "war of the worlds" scenario but through a "peace among worlds" initiative. It is "a roadmap to the stars."
About the Author
Alfred Lambremont Webre is a futurist and lawyer educated at Yale Law School. He was a Fulbright scholar. A member of the bar of the District of Columbia, he once served as general counsel to New York City"s Environmental Protection Agency. He was a Clinton-Gore delegate to the 1996 Texas Democratic convention. He lives in Vancouver, BC, where he is the International Director of the Institute for Cooperation in Space (ICIS).