NASA scientists affirm that our visits to the stars, fueled by antigravity, are only fifty years away. And most scientists agree that other stars permit a development of much older and more advanced alien cultures. Accordingly, those cultures have long been able to travel to earth and are reported by reliable witnesses. Though further contact could afford quantum leaps in our science, this openness is blocked by politics and the belief that a nonhuman intelligence is contrary to traditional religion. In point of fact, the religion is both consistent with alien intelligence and related to science. Stunningly, there is a scientific and religious belief we may have in common. Despite this, there are perplexing questions: Has the academic community, largely antagonistic to religion, had a government
role in obstructing truth? Were military denials of alien UFOs ordered by one of the most admired U.S. Presidents who, with no one noticing, virtually admitted of the coverup? Might a coverup be actually justified? Do bizarre UFO reports, which rival X-Files, have a basis in science?