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Alien Liaison: the Ultimate Secret (Anglais) Broché – 6 février 1992


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Great Guy, But Credulous 13 septembre 2009
Par TheRaccoonMan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've had the pleasure of meeting Timothy Good. He's one of the nicest guys I've ever met-he was autographing USED books for people at a UFO convention, and minutes before he addressed the crowd he very politely chatted me up as if we were waiting for a bus. He's clearly a very intelligent man and he believes every word that he's written in his many books. However, I think that he's somewhat credulous on the subject of UFOs. Many of the people that he's interviewed and corresponded with are members of the intelligence community-in other words, professional liars.

Having said that, I must say that I love Good's books. They are always filled with good stories. Are they true stories? Who knows? This book has one wonderful yarn about a ranch in Colorado which features aliens, bigfoots (bigfeet?), air force jet interceptors, the works. When it comes to UFOs I'm definitely a skeptic, but I recommend this book to anyone with any interest in UFOs.
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The Gospel According to Richard Doty and Others 27 octobre 2014
Par Johns - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Timothy Good's second book might be of interest to fans of UFO spokesman John Lear, Richard Doty and Bob Lazar. Is Doty the "Falcon" behind the UFO Cover-up Live TV show? Is Robert M. Collins "Condor"? Does it matter? Anyway some speculations in this book include the notion that "Jesus and two other spiritual leaders were genetically engineered, in the sense that they were implanted in people on Earth and their births were closely monitored." A stupid idea, if ever I heard one, yet Good thinks, "Is the idea really so far-fetched? Not according to Dr. Barry Downing." Downing wrote a book The Bible and Flying Saucers. Good seems to think that because he wrote this book that he is maybe some kind of expert on whether Jesus Christ is connected with aliens.

Paul Bennewitz gets a mention. Good quotes from a letter Bennewitz wrote to him, in which he claims that "Research and computer communications would indicate that the humanoids are made from the specific cattle parts." So, when cattle are mutilated, then the extracted bovine material goes towards making bodies of aliens. Unsurprisingly, no evidence is provided to substantiate this assertion.

In the photo section there is a still from a footage of a supposed UFO filmed in 1965 by Madeleine Rodiffer in the presence of author George Adamski. It is depicts what very much appears to be a close-up of a crude toy model. Good claims that Rodiffer's footage "provides confirmation for Robert Lazar's claim that some extraterrestrial craft use a gravity propulsion system which distorts the space around it." What rubbish!

Good appears to believe the mystical drivel of the 1950s contactees. "I for one don not believe Daniel Fry's contact story to be pure fiction." Fry said he'd been given a free ride on a UFO by a friendly alien called Alan, or to be precise, "A-lan". Good concludes, "If any of the contactees have been told the truth, we may owe our very survival to some of these beings from elsewhere, since it is claimed that on several occasions they have intervened to prevent nuclear catastrophe. In addition to being motivated by compassion, they may also have a vested interest in the survival of our planet and its species." Nowhere in the book is there anything to substantiate the notion that aliens have intervened several times to prevent nuclear catastrophe and neither is there presented to indicate that they are motivated by compassion.

In short the book is an almost total disaster. Good gives ample page space to the enigmatic Richard Doty and his thoughts on MJ-12, which Doty says is short for "Majority 12". No evidence is provided to substantiate Doty's statements such as how "2000 years ago the aliens had created a being who was placed on earth to teach mankind about love and non-violence." And there is no evidence provided to substantiate Lazar's claims about his work on a "sports model" UFO. Lazar: "It's a slim disc with ridges in it, and bears an incredible resemblance to that [Meier's photo]. It's like it's pressed out of one piece of sheet metal." Billy Meier's photos depict what very much appear to be close-ups of toy model UFOs. Yet, from his words, Lazar appears to me to consider Meier's photos genuine, which raises doubts in my mind about Lazar.

I rate the vast majority of this book as one star material. Good includes some fresh information (as of 1991) about Roswell. He features an interview with the daughter of Melvin Brown, who reportedly stood guard outside a hangar where recovered material was temporarily stored. The daughter says he got a glimpse of the bodies, which "looked Asian, but had larger heads and no hair" and that they "could have passed for Chinese". However, another reported eyewitness, Gerald Anderson, according to Good, had a "vivid memory of the incident, now enhanced by hypnotic regression." Good doesn't say why Anderson was hypnotised, given that he already had a vivid memory of what he saw. According to Anderson, the creatures were about four feet tall, "with disproportionately large heads and almond-shaped, coal-black eyes." A question that arises in my mind is was Anderson hypnotised to have the expectation of seeing aliens with almond-shaped eyes, like on the cover of the book Communion by Whitley Strieber? No transcript of the hypnosis session is provided.

Overall, a dreadful one star book, but I give it an extra half star for the stuff on Roswell.
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fantastic book 20 janvier 2013
Par Kenneth R. Barnwell - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you know anything about Timothy Good, then you are aware he is one of the preeminant ufo researchers on the planet and the author of The Best books ever written on the subject of ufo's. With that in mind all I need to say is.... this is one of his best books ever. Enough said. If your a ufo fan, this one is a no-brainer and a mind-blower.
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Great Read 2 octobre 2013
Par E J OReilly - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Excellent book greatly researched with new ground breaking info this is something that should be a must read in high school history classes
Probably the work of a crank 22 avril 2015
Par D. Kimball - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I came across this through the X-COM fandom, and I think buying it was not one of the wiser decisions I've ever made. The book has all the hallmarks of being the work of a crank -- including a willingness to include an insert of pictures that do not actually prove the writer's point, but give the impression of doing so or of adding plausibility to the book. Avoid this book -- but you probably already knew to avoid it.
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