Here's a video of Ivo Benda who runs the Cosmic People websites (in Russian with English subtitles): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEvXtrBUGFs
Whether or not he's running a cult as would be defined by this site, I don't know. At one point in the interview he shows a photo of a 'Cosmic Person' that was distributed originally by UFO 'contactee' Billy Meier who claimed the image was of an extra-terrestrial called Asket, a cosmonaut from the Dal Universe. In fact, it was a photo taken from a TV screen of singer and dancer Michelle DellaFave of the 'Golddiggers' and the 'Dingaling Sisters' who appeared on the Dean Martin Variety Show from 1969-1973.
This kind of UFO religion can be traced back to H. P. Blavatsky's stories about the Theosophical Masters, via the likes of the I AM Movement of Guy Ballard, the Church Universal and Triumphant of Elizabeth Clare Prophet, and Theosophical-style UFO 'contactees' such as George King and the Aetherius Society and George Adamski, as well as countless channelers and numerous other delusional and/or fraudulent UFO hoaxsters world-wide.
The Cosmic People is just one version of a widespread phenomenon, a generalised New Age-UFO brand of religious fervour, for example:http://www.ashtarcommandcrew.nethttp://www.paoweb.com/index.htmlhttp://www.galacticmessages.com/blog