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Children Of The Greys (English Edition) par [Oldham, Bret]
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One calm autumn night, in a house surrounded by farm land in rural Southern Illinois, a young five year old boy wakes to see a bright light shining through the window. As he pulls the curtains back to look for the cause of the strange light, he comes face to face with a hideous looking alien creature. What followed next began a life time of abductions by these strange alien beings.
In Children Of The Greys, a true story of his numerous alien encounters, author Bret Oldham relives many of these traumatic alien abduction experiences. From mind control experiments, sexual interludes, healings, unexplainable scars, hybrids, an incredible multiple abduction with another witness and a fetus being taken, to the paranormal connection and more; all described in great detail. Theories and insights into the possible alien agenda by some of the world's leading UFO and alien abduction experts are also presented here. Memories that had been suppressed for years by the aliens surfaced after receiving therapy for a series of anxiety attacks. Memories that were kept secret for decades are now revealed for the first time in this very personal, thought provoking account of one man's journey through the enigma of the alien abduction phenomena.

Biographie de l'auteur

Bret Oldham has been researching and investigating the paranormal since his teen years. Together with his wife Gina, they are Halo Paranormal and are based out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Their research encompasses a wide spectrum of the paranormal including Ghosts, UFO's and Cryptozoology. They have been featured on numerous radio shows, magazine and newspaper articles, Internet, local and National TV in the USA, New Zealand and Europe; including shows on Bio, Discovery, CBC Canada and TV7 in Bulgaria. Bret and Gina contributed two articles to the book, "Real Ghosts, Restless Spirits and Haunted Places" by renown author Brad Steiger. Bret contributed a chapter on "Spirit Communication" for the book, "Mystery US Universe, Origins and Destiny". Bret has written articles for Bigfoot newsletters and has interviewed such UFO luminaries as Travis Walton and John Lear which were both first published by Alternate Perceptions magazine and later picked up worldwide. Bret is also the author of, "Ghost Stories Of Las Vegas".

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A very good book about what the author went through, don't miss it ! For those who are used to read about this theme it only get you richer in aknowledge.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Whoever edited this book... 15 juillet 2013
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... must've done so in their sleep. I'm not the type who will whine, complain and condescend over a few minor errors, but when basic grammar, structure and punctuation conventions are seeminly ignored in a work to the point that precision of meaning is actually compromised, then I have a problem. On just about every page, there are errors that caused me to have to re-read some parts multiple times due to nonsensical comma placement, or a disagreement in number between subject and verb. I did read the kindle version, so I wonder if this problem stems from the digital conversion. I doubt it, since the type of errors I'm refering to aren't the type that are made by machine or computer.

With that aside, the experiences described in this book read like a more coherent, more lucid version of the events described by Whitley Strieber. Here, we have a description of actual physical spaces, cooperation on the part of the visitors as far as answering the author's questions in matter-of-fact telepathic statements, and less of the internal conflict over the exact nature and origin of the experience that lends that sort of desperate, confused authenticity you find in Strieber's accounts. Oldham's aliens don't feel... well... quite as alien.

I give the book 3 stars because it's still a good story... and also because flipping the page to find the first illustration in chapter one glaring off the page like a surreal nightmare shocked me terribly with its nearly verbatim depiction of my worst childhood fear! I would pray every night as a child for this exact scenario to NEVER happen, and now here it is on p. 5 of this book, staring me right in the face. If you can terrify me like that right off the bat, I'll gladly read past your horrible grammar to see what else you've got!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 a one dimensional, frustrating read 8 juillet 2014
Par M Farquhar - Publié sur
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This book is high on conjecture and low on story telling. I want to see and hear more about the actual encounters and much less with the unconvincing theory. I want to make up my own mind without the boringly literal interpretations given by the author. This is not science, there's no objectivity possible here so go with the story and loosen up. I want to be in the author's place and actually feel the abduction experience, please.

At some stage in my reading I slipped away from empathy and found myself frustrated. I could put up with the poor editing if the story had some raw power. I could overlook the disjointed narrative but the lack of self-reflection eventually got to me. There’s no sense of deep transformation from these experiences and that’s probably why they are so repetitive. The author constantly fights his experiences despite the futility of doing so. His interpretations are almost completely dark and yet when I read the actual experiences I’m surprised at the apparent respect and care he is shown in amongst the challenging material.

The author thinks he knows the motives of his captors and it’s all bad. I wonder if he ever stops to doubt his take on the unknowable. After all, according to the author, the Greys are completely inscrutable. We’re told that the Greys have amazing abilities to control thoughts and feelings yet the author believes he is putting up some kind of amazing resistance. He uses his meditation and Reiki. He can remember more these days so he must be successfully bypassing the memory blocks. Could it simply be that the Greys want him to remember?

I wonder if the author has ever thought that the mind control is so complete and that the covering memories are so contrived by the Greys that nothing of his apparent experience or interpretations has any validity at all. Exactly how does a mind controlled subject know the boundaries of the mind control he is being subjected to? Could the perceived boundaries themselves be hidden by the control?

The author’s passive aggressive resistance against the Greys consists of heroically withholding emotion when provoked. It doesn’t seem to occur to him that the sophisticated Greys might well be able to read his suppressed emotions anyway. He’s got himself convinced that this “resistance” is some kind of victory and even a kind of revenge on the Greys. And yet, when he surrenders things become easier for him.

At one point the author says "They had won. They had broken me. From that point on, I would reciprocate their wishes. I had relinquished my will to fight". He goes on to say “Oddly enough, this change in me appeared to bother them. The routine changed”. The Greys stopped doing mind experiments on him and “They actually seemed less obtrusive. They began to take me to areas I had never seen before. I co-operated on my own free will”. They began to show him more respect. What a surprise. I wonder if it’s occurred to him that surrender may well be the way through all of this. If he could bring himself to read other accounts then he would discover that this strategy has worked for other experiencers.

Perhaps if the author could widen his reading (he says he finds it too emotionally challenging to read other accounts) to include material that is less literal and more richly metaphorical then he might begin to understand his contribution to his own experiences. There’s a trickster at work and transformation is required. Patrick Harpur or John Mack could really help loosen up the ontological rigidity, I’m sure.

Sadly, I have to say this book is under cooked. The journey has not been completed.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely riveting! 30 août 2013
Par Donna Mullins - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I've read countless abduction stories and books over the years and this, to me, was by far the best and most compelling. He "bares his soul" about his experiences in a way that almost makes you feel like you are experiencing them too. His story sent chills up my spine more than once. The skeptics will find all the "meat" (grammatical and editing errors for starters) they need to disavow his claims, but for those of us who find this story too visceral to be a work of fiction, it's definitely worth a read. I don't know for sure if aliens are abducting people and neither does anyone else who has never experienced what Bret claims. If and until someone can come up with a more plausible explanation, I'm going to believe the "Brets" of the world. He has nothing to gain and a lot more to lose by revealing his deepest darkest secret to a world that is all to eager to go on the attack. Abductees not only have to live in fear of the ones who abduct them, they have to live in fear of a society who doubts them. How sad.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 NOT A BEDTIME STORY . . . BUT COMPELLING AND REVEALING . . . 19 février 2014
Par T. L. Needham, Author - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
CHILDREN OF THE GREYS is not a bedtime story book. Clearly, since the "Greys" always seem to come in the middle of the night and snatch you right out of your cozy bed . . . the last thing you need for a peaceful night sleep is to be reading this book. Yet, the mystery and enigma of alien abduction is compelling and beckons the curious to read one more book on this subject. Bret Oldham says his story is from memory, without the boost of hypnotic regression to enhance the memory. This is good because it keeps the story from being diluted, or worst--enhanced by distortions that can result from hypnosis. I view this book as just one more testimony in the case of . . . what the Hell is going on with these Greys? Having a lifetime of reading on this genre behind me, I am always seeking new pearls of insights or gems of truth to reveal the greater reality behind the Greys. Plus, the useful correlations in this story that seem to confirm what others have experienced are welcome. Yet, the distraction of editorial flaws, which is too often typical of self-published work, slows the reader down and causes the flow of the story to stall occasionally. However, I sincerely applaud the author for the courage to endure, study, and reveal his lifetime of abduction encounters. I suggest he consider a re-edited version of this book and invest in a top-level editor to help. However, my greatest praise goes to the cover artist, Jeffrey Oldham, for his hypnotic image of a hybrid child . . . hard to look at . . . and impossible to ignore.
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Resonates on so many levels 22 février 2014
Par Deborah J. Tripp - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I can't say enough about Bret Oldham's book, "Children of the Greys". It is heartfelt, clear, concise, truthful, and a valuable resource for anyone experiencing this type of phenomena, or for those in the research area of this field. As an experiencer myself, it was validating to read about so many similarities, and many of my friends who have also gone through this ordeal have also found comfort and confirmation in reading it. Thank you Bret Oldham for speaking your truth and having the courage to put it out there. We are all eternally grateful.
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