Topic: Exopolitics: The Political Implications of the ET Presence
There is a new book out called "Exopolitics: The Political Implications of the Extraterrestrial Presence" by Michael Salla, PhD. Dr. Salla is currently a "Researcher in Residence" at the Center for Global Peace at American University in Washington, DC. Salla was on the Coast to Coast show on March 3, 2004.
His website is www.exopolitics.org and he has posted several articles which are available for reading. Just when it starts to get good, the articles say: "To learn more, read my book." I have read the book so I can tell you some of his more interesting insights.
Basically, he re-interprets the last 60 years or so of history from a political persepctive which includes various ET races as part of the political equation. The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) was founded in 1947 and National Security Agency (NSA) was founded in 1952. From Salla's perspective, one of the reasons that these agencies were founded was to deal with the ET issue which has come to attention due to Roswell and other incidents. These agencies and others which are unnamed act as tools of the Secret Government which may have been around for thousands of years and continued during that period and up to the present through secret societies. Jim Marrs (Rule by Secrecy) and Richard Dolan (UFOs and the National Security State) support this perspective with regard to the CIA and NSA.
To brings things up to the current period, Salla contends that a significant reason that the US and other countries are interested in Iraq goes beyond oil and traditional interpretations of geo-political power. He contends that a major reason that the US went into Iraq was to get access to ET technology that may be there. This technology may be in the form of working or disabled systems or instructions and clues in tablets inscribed thousands of years ago in the Sumerian language. It is interesting that in the "looting" of the major Baghdad museum the perpetrators seemed to know exactly what they wanted and took tablets that were locked in the basement and had not yet been translated. They passed by vases and things which were in glass cases on the main floor and would be considered more valuable by traditional standards.
If you have read the book by Paul O'Neil, former Secretary of the Treasury, he stated that Bush and Team wanted to go into Iraq from day one of the administration. One of the main contentions made in Richard Clarke's recent book is that if the Bush administration really wanted to go after Al Qaeda, they would not look in Iraq. He then lists four other countries which evidence indicates are better bets for Al Qaeda. Which brings me to a related point. Richard Clarke was recently interviewed on John Stewart's Daily Show, and Clarke said that the reason that the Bush administration was not focused with high priority on the terrorists threats as Clarke saw them is that the Bush administration was focused on "Star Wars". I don't know exactly what that means, but it sounds intriguing.
Finally, there is going to be a 2-day event in Washington DC on April 17-18, 2004 called the "X-Conference: The 1st Annual Exopolitics Expo." Michael Salla will be speaking along with Richard Hoagland and others. Here is the link:
Please let me know if anyone has any input on the above items.