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Extra-Terrestrial Friends and Foes (Anglais) Broché – 1 janvier 1993


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Much Better Than Expected... 24 septembre 2010
Par Thomas Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I found this book in a used book store for cheap, and I thought that it looked interesting, so I bought it. Checking Amazon, I was surprised by the poor rating that other reviewers had given it. Personally, I found this book to be quite a good source of information on the Grays, their hive consciousness and the hypnotic power they can exert over human beings; their infiltration of the CIA and the treaty the made with the "Secret Government"; the history of their interaction with humanity; cattle mutilations, human abductions and their ongoing hybrid program and secret invasion; what to do and what not to do to combat them, etc. All of the information presented here on the Grays' Agenda has been independently corroborated by David Jacobs in his book "The Threat." And with a few chapters written by guests such as the esteemed Linda Moulton Howe, I feel compelled to give this book five stars...
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hits and misses 3 novembre 2008
Par truth seeker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
i was hoping that this book would provide a detailed account of all of the extra terrestrials that had and are visiting the planet.
id say that 30% of the book provided an outstanding case for UFOs visiting the planet based on eyewitness, media reports, and other data. the rest of the book dealt mainly with the grays and the grays` agenda. this was done quite well. however, i was disappointed that he neglected to mention any other space intelligences. the book is slightly out of date, which may account for this.
the problem with this book is that half is devoted to sightings and providing evidence for it, and the other half describes why the grays are here and what theyre doing. this book is really two books on two different subjects.
read this if you are more or less getting into the alien/UFO stuff. this will provide a good start for you. if you already are advanced on the topic, skip it. you know all of this.
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Wildly Uneven Book from Ufology's Lunatic Outpost 4 novembre 2014
Par Johns - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book was published in 1993 by the off-beat Illuminet Press. Much of it was probably out of date by then. Andrews says that it "had to endure a long ordeal before finding the right publisher." I can see why. Not many publishers would be willing to publish this extremely eccentric book. Andrews was evidently inspired by Val Valerian's first Matrix book and also by the sensational claims by John Lear and Paul Bennewitz.

The alleged Dulce base is discussed. The books Matrix I and II, Cosmic Top Secret by William Hamilton, UFO Crash at Aztec and The Bennewitz Papers previously contained material that is also present in Extraterrestrial Friends and Foes, but Andrews takes it a step further. Now, the concept of a Dulce Level 6 "Nightmare Hall" is introduced, where there are "multi-legged 'humans' that look like half-human/half-octopus." But Level 7 is even worse! Here there is - allegedly - row after row of humans and humanoid mixtures in cold storage!!

At times I wondered whether the author would be regarded as clinically insane. The book is almost beyond criticism. It is like a voyage into someone's deep mental illness. According to this book, Margaret Thatcher abolished the freedom of the press in England, the Billy Meier case is one of the best substantiated cases on record, John Lear is a source very close to the highest levels of the government who confirms that the basic premises of Andrews's book are correct, the alleged then current drive to ban semi-automatic weapons is designed to facilitate the take-over of the USA by the Delta Forces as soon as a State of Emergency is declared, some international bankers have worked in collusion with Grey aliens for centuries, the resemblance between Level 6 at Dulce and the subterranean labs of Morgoth in the book Lord of the Rings are far too strong to be merely coincidence, Grey aliens are slaves of reptilian humanoids, Reptilians are coming back to use Earth as a staging area in their war against the ELS (Michael, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel and their cohorts), who are Nordic in appearance.

There is a chapter by Linda Moulton Howe in which she repeats the drivel that she was fed by "mirage man" Richard Doty in 1983, and in which she interviews Larry Warren (future co-author of Left at East Gate). Warren relates some of the findings of someone called Bustinza, who was reportedly contacted by aliens, and who claimed that Jesus Christ had a connection with aliens. Warren: "There are descriptions of this man in China - now this guy did not have a jet to get around on! But he was there." Warren also quotes Bustinza saying that humans come from aliens and: "Maybe England's a UFO itself!"

Andrews also gives page space over to someone called Bix, who isn't happy with alien abductions: "But when those slimy reptiles start getting into the genes of our red-blooded all-American girls, that makes my blood boil!"

It is a guilty pleasure of a book. It is so crazy that it is riotously entertaining at times. Some of it is quite interesting, in particular when Andrews goes off at a tangent to discuss the global drugs trade. Another highlight is his discussion of Ted Holiday and his book The Goblin Universe. The final two chapters, "An Explosive Exchange" and "Late Breaking Developments" are the best.
Five Stars 20 octobre 2014
Par rox - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is gripping and very important to know about.
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A fun read, but is it serious? 13 juillet 2007
Par Mark A. Frazer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Many years ago I picked up a book in a used book store and read a passage that stayed with me until I finally found this book. The passage intrigued me, and finding this book cleared it from my mind - because it turned out to be not as significant as I had thought. In this day of so much dis- and mis- information this book is somewhat hard to get through as one is not sure what one is reading. For a serious investigator there are simply other books to read. For those new or curious about the subject matter this book is a somewhat good read (one of those books that is nice to hold) but again, there are better books to read on this subject. Still, I respect something about the book and recommend it, only if one has the time to investigate other sources as well. A good read, fun even, but care is recommended.
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