List of novels, television programs, news reports, etc. dealing with the Votan's.
Novels and short stories
- 1950: Exile by Martin Fisher. A post apocalyptic novel in which the Earth is destroyed by Atomic War, leading to the Humans being forced to travel with the Votans.
- Articles were published around the world following the arrival of the Votan arks in orbit above Earth.
- In the New York Times, an article was written about President Truman accepting the most refugees from the arks.
- In the New York Times, an article was published about Onulu Toruku nearly being killed by John Paul Bullock, a former Ku Klux Klan leader who now claims he works with a group called the Purity Brigade.
- The Star Trek series mentions the Votans many times. Each of the seven series includes at least one Castithan, Indogene and Irathient.
- In Family Guy, Cleveland is featured as a Liberata rather than a Black man.
- In the Family Guy episode Stewie Kills Lois includes a scene where Peter tells Brian about his date after Lois died, who was an Indogene scientist.
- An episode of The Simpsons called I Married a Votan saw Homer inadvertently marrying a Casithan female and tries to get out of it.
- Doctor Who is featured in America because of the Police state government of England.
- 1985: Back to the Future: Several Votan's live in Hill Valley.
- Alek Tarr: One of Marty McFly's closest friends and a Castithan. He serves as a voice of reason to the group and is seen to be the mayor of Hill Valley in 2015.
- Cass Ducar: An Irathient and one of Marty McFlys best friends.
- 2009: Avatar. Dr, Grace Augustine is an Irathient rather than a human and says the purpose of exploring Alpha Centauri's moons was because of Unobtainium and to find clues to the destruction of the Votan homesystem.
- Roswell: Contact: A documentary recaping the Votans contact with Earth in Roswell.
- Life in Alien Sectors: A political documentary meant to sway public opinion away from the Alien Sectors.
- Roswell: 50th anniversary: A 1997 history documentary recapping advances in Votan rights over fifty years.