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Evidence of Cosmic Neighbours


Canada will lead the public discussion of Exopolitic's related issues, ie; alien Contact, our future alien presence on Mars, interplanetary affairs, the establishing of an Alien Embassy and the establishing of an Agency of Intergalactic Intelligence that will provide and disseminate information to the public.

As we discuss our own future march into space, we cannot help but look back at our own history and wonder about the potential influence that Cosmic visitors may have had upon our history. Seemingly, publicly, there has been a policy of non-interference in our worldly affairs (they aren't openly invading us, or causing detriment; they are seemingly observing us, while we observe them), whilst rumours of private collaboration between secret government agencies and otherworldly beings has been rumoured for decades. If we wish to open up a public discussion about these issues, and uncover the truth about potential past collaborations, or reasoning for their visitation - we need to further open up this conversation to the public, and build an Embassy where such entities can land publicly without being endangered - rather than labelling them as advanced aerial threats and attempting to shoot down their craft in order to obtain high level technology. Canada's Royal Canadian Mint recently released a "UFO coin" to commemorate a famous UFO encounter. Should we invest a bit more in a future government, that would openly pursue the study of Ufology and Exopolotics? It might be an idea worth considering.. 1 oz. Pure Silver Glow-in-the-Dark Coin - Canada's Unexplained Phenomena: The Falcon Lake Incident - Mintage: 4,000 (2018) Time-Space Embassy In 2014, the Raelien community requested Canada build an Alien Embassy that would allow for Cosmic Entities to land and contact mankind as a species. In response to this request, the Canadian government appointed Deepak Obhrai as Canada's designated Intergalactic Ambassador. In the near future, this position and a potential Embassy; would become critical pieces of Canada's Space In