There is little doubt that life exists elsewhere in the universe, even if merely in microscopic form.   Is there any merit to the assertion that we have been visited by intelligent extraterrestrial life here on Earth, though?

      Laugh all you want to, but it might be worth asking yourself the following question at some point:  Is it in the NASA bureaucrats' and their pet contractor allies' best interest for American taxpayers and voters to think that the monopolistic NASA clique has left us unprepared to fend off potential onslaughts from alien civilizations that have access to services which bloated NASA still can't offer us despite its $15 billion annual budget?   Isn't it more convenient for them to simply act as if those who believe we have been (or are being) visited are simply quacks?  
.. the official site of the author of the book upon
which the criticized but nevertheless interesting
1976 documentary Chariots of the Gods was based...

Mystery Park: a temporarily financially successful museum in
Switzerland which was inspired by his work


UFO enthusiast groups:

(official Hollywood website)

Any others?


SETI Institute


(a separate category of