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The Secret History of Extraterrestrials: Advanced Technology and the Coming New Race
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The Secret History of Extraterrestrials: Advanced Technology and the Coming New Race [Format Kindle]

Len Kasten

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Explores the role of ETs in the military, government, technology, history, and the coming new age

• Surveys contact with ETs, abductions, alien technology and exopolitics, genetic tampering by ETs, and the history behind the Nazis and UFOs

• Contains interviews with Jesse Marcel, Michael Salla, Paul LaViolette, Robert Bauval, Helen Wambach, and others at the forefront of the ET-derived New Science movement

The extraterrestrial presence on Earth is widening and, as we enter the Aquarian Age, will be admitted officially, causing shock and an urgent universal need to understand the social and technological changes derived from our space brothers. A primer for the explosive advances humanity will experience scientifically and spiritually in the coming years, this compendium explores the ET phenomenon and its influence on humanity past and present.

The book surveys contact with ETs and abduction accounts, unexplained public and undisclosed military technology from aliens including anti-gravity devices, exopolitics (the influence of ETs in human affairs), the Iraqi Stargate, the Hybrid Project of alien interbreeding by abduction, Nazi ties to UFOS and their secret underground base in Antarctica, government cover-ups of alien interactions including Roswell, and the transformation triggered by the Hale-Bopp comet. Based on interviews with people who are witnessing the coming changes as well as those visionaries who are actually bringing them about--including John Mack, Major Jesse Marcel, Paul LaViolette, Robert Bauval, Michael Salla, and Helen Wambach--this book sketches out a breathtaking vision of the planetary revolution just around the corner.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 332 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 1591431158
  • Editeur : Bear & Company (14 janvier 2011)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B004J4WN94
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Ufology 201 - A survey course of the extraterrestrial scene 13 septembre 2011
Par A reader - Publié sur
An up-to-date overview of the literature with carefully and responsibly chosen sources. Secret in the sense that you won't these kinds of views (or almost any kind of ufology views) represented in the mass media. Not as enigmatic as Keel, or as deep as Marrs, but definitely a required read for a newbie who wants to get their feet wet in a hurry. Engaging and easy to read. His analyses help make sense of the complex terrain, motivations, personalities, background and diversity of the UFO scene. If you have been following the the ET scene closely for the last ten years you might not learn much, but if you haven't you will probably go to bed each night with your head swimming in disbelief at what you read. This is not to say that this work is overly controversial, just that the media blackout on this type of information is very effective. The author chooses key players and interviews them to bring himself up to speed. Then he uses that background to investigate and chart a meaningful course for the reader. He does not present himself as a field investigator or an expert, but as an intelligent interpreter. If an author cannot find accurate ufology information, it is because your tax dollars have been spent to disinform and hide, not because the author did not look for the answers. Lets you know, for example, that many so-called skeptics like Sagan, were actually doing contract work with government ET data that unequivocally demonstrated the opposite reality. Recommended, includes an 11 page chapter bibliography and index.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 more unscientific nonsense and rehashings 23 août 2011
Par Michael F. Burdick - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Although this book is well written and nicely illustrated and designed, it is just another in a line of UFO books that treat fantasy as reality and take great liberties with science and logic.

This author draws upon the theories and stories of such authors as George Adamski, David Icke, Zecharia Sitchin, "Branton," and pre-Nazi occult groups (to name just a few) who have not passed the test of believability after many years of scrutiny. I have no problem with anyone proposing "theories" about aliens influencing the human race in the past or present. BUT, these authors must be held to the same standards of criticism that any scientific author is--namely, one's theory must have facts, or reasonable interpretations to back them up. And most of the authors that Kasten draws upon have never been able to back up their theories with facts or reasonable interpretations. (I am not referring here to the UFO researchers who have examined evidence and interviewed witnesses for specific UFO incidents. Rather, I am referring to those authors, such as Robert Bauval and others, who have offered "theories" to demonstrate the connection between aliens and humanity--a worthwhile endeavor, as long as it is done in a "believable" manner).

I am always annnoyed with UFO writers who accept the existence of aliens coming from star systems such as Sirius (spectrum A1, V), Aldebaran (K5, III), Alpha Draconis (A0, III), Betelgeuse (M2, I), Rigel (B8, I), and the Pleiades (about 400 LY away and only about .1 billion years old), even though serious astronomers consider these star systems and star clusters as very poor (improbable, actually) candidates for having planets and advanced life forms present in them. At one point, Kasten refers to Alpha Draconis as a "constellation," rather than as a star (p. 219), which demonstrates a poor understanding of astronomy. I have seen similar blunders on many Internet sites devoted to UFO's and aliens.

Kasten also makes statements (or accepts the statements of others) that show a lack of familiarity with geography. In discussing the Roswell crash and other New Mexican crashes, he sometimes offers distances that are very inaccurate, by a good 50-100 miles. Maybe some people would find this unimportant, but it shows me that Kasten never took the trouble to look at a map when examining those New Mexican crashes. For example, the cameraman who attended and reported on the May 31, 1947 crash stated that the crash site was about 8 miles SW of Socorro, whereas Kasten states that this crash occured "somewhere southwest of Socorro in the Plains of San Agustin, possibly as far west as Elk Mountain." (p. 71). If you look at a map of New Mexico, you can see that Elk Mountain is about 75 miles from Socorro, and that the Plains of San Agustin are at least 30 miles west of Socorro.

In general, this book contains nothing ORIGINAL. The author simply presents ideas and theories from other authors, without challenging the weaknesses or errors found in those other sources. Thus, this book is just another rehashing of other people's material, and I have already read most of the original books from which he has drawn material. To me, that does not make for a good UFO book!

P.S. the supposed photo on page 83 entitled "Astronaut Habitat on Serpo?" was explained to me as a hoax by the person who made it, using PhotoShop. He was actually surprised that I believed it was real! The building in this photo is the exterior (back) of the San Francisco de Asis Mission Church in Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico. You can find pictures of this church online.
15 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 "Probably" a useless book 11 décembre 2012
Par L. Lustig - Publié sur
The first few chapters are a hefty dose of the usual Roswell information, but I had to stop reading after page 71. The author discusses an alleged crash at San Augustine and says 'This crash was probably the one that caused the death of the alien depicted in the now-famous Ray Santilli alien autopsy film.'
First of all, "probably?" Nothing in this world could ever be considered evidence to link that hoaxed video to some fabled crash, but let's just go ahead and pretend it's the same one for a second. However, that Santilli Autopsy film is the most known hoaxed video in UFO history. Santilli himself has gone into great detail about how and why he made the film. The fact that this author did not know that and then printed in his book that it was the alien from some crash he heard about, almost discredits this entire phenomenon. I'm shocked none of the other reviewers noticed this. Shows how many 'real' researchers are actually taking UFOs seriously. The book also has a ton of typos such as 'ears' instead of years.

At one point in the book the author starts ranting about Criss Angel and how his powers are real.

But not once does the author mention underground bases or aliens, Dulce, or even Los Alamos. Instead he wastes breath talking about the 'glass cities on Mars'.

Useless book.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Very Comprehensive on the Subject! 25 janvier 2011
Par Frank Beckendorf - Publié sur
Whether one believes in ETs or not, this title can persuade you to the affirmative. Extraterrestrials are here, as I believe, and one needs to read this book to make an objective guess.

The author includes the study of extraterrestrial life into many facets of our lives. Iraq, Nazi ties, Antarctica and alien actions (Roswell). He has studied Cayce and MUFON. These credentials give him standing on writing about this subject.
9 internautes sur 13 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 mind boggling 28 janvier 2011
Par Elisa Swagemakers - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
We are reading this book with our mouths open to miss nothing.!!
Then we feel sorry for ourselves for not having known more about this before.
We now feel more comfortable, and look more often with pleading eyes to the sky,
so that they, the extra-terrestrials, will feel more comfortable to show themselves to us.
This book may help people to behave more peaceful towards their fellow men.
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