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Raechel's Eyes: A Strange but True Case of a Human-alien Hybrid (Anglais) Broché – 15 mai 2005

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HASH(0x89e03564) étoiles sur 5 Raechel's Eyes Book Review 5 août 2005
Par Deborah Lindemann - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I found Raechel's Eyes to be one of the most compelling books I've read in many years on the mystery of UFO's and "alien beings". As a UFO researcher and clinical hypnotherapist for 20 years, I don't say that lightly. Although the writing style is uneven at times, it is a gripping book that reads like science fiction. I found it entertaining and educational, and I felt almost disappointed when I reached the end.

Not just another UFO book, this is allegedly the true story of a young human-alien hybrid female named Raechel who was rescued in a crash retrieval by the military in 1969 at Four Corners, in Nevada. She became part of a plan or experiment to integrate hybrids into regular society as part of the Humanization Project.

I remember first hearing of this hybrid woman around 1991while practicing in California. At that time I simply filed the story away in my "gray" basket, unsure if it was based on reality or was simply a fabrication of someone's mind. Now, fourteen years later, her story is published.

The first half of the book skillfully weaves a detailed mosaic of the lives of those who were touched by Raechel and came to know her. There was Harry, who joined the Air Force in 1955 as a young man desperate to escape his unhappy home life, who quickly and unexpectedly found himself promoted to Major at a clandestine "non-existent" base known as Four Corners. He could never have prepared himself for what he would be exposed to there, from extraterrestrials working alongside the military to meeting Raechel. Then there is Helen Littrell, whose memories form the basis of the book. The reader travels with Helen through many personal trials and tribulations, from breaking out of an abusive marriage to discovering her role in this amazing story. Helen is the mother of Marisa, an intelligent and caring young college woman, blind from diabetes, who becomes the roommate to Raechel through a quirky set of circumstance. An unusual bond is formed between them with roots that connect them in a most unexpected way.

And there is Raechel herself, a young hybrid woman who just doesn't fit in. Crash landing to earth, she is a sole survivor. Harry finds her in the rubble of a crash and, surprised at their instant bond with each other, personally takes on her survival and well-being.

Four Corners becomes Raechel's new home for the next three years. There she is coached and nurtured by both military personnel and Chisky, a small grey-hybrid and resident alien scientist, in charge of cloning and cell propagation. Chisky served as both an interpreter and mediator, between arriving aliens, human-alien hybrids and humans at the base.

Raechel's appearance was so different from humans: her frail body only 5' 4" tall, her skin a yellowish-green, with wispy hair and huge green slanted eyes that contrasted her paleness. She became part of the Humanization Project, with the approval of ATIC (Aerospace Technical Information Center), coached to take on human traits and trained in cultural integration. Part of that experimental integration involved enrolling her into college and finding a roommate who wouldn't notice or suspect her unusual appearance. Marisa fit the bill.

Throughout her brief time in public while living with Marisa, Raechel was forced to disguise her unearthly appearance, covering her head with scarves and wearing huge wrap around glasses everywhere she went. Raechel found it increasingly difficult to cover her identity. Her behaviors did not fit those of a typical teenager's interests like Marisa's. Then there was the matter of her strange diet that would soon be discovered by Marisa. Raechel began to feel a deep sadness over not fitting in, and her ability to feel became a detriment for her safety and success. That went beyond the experiment.

The second half of the book reflects the extensive research done on this case, including
interviews with those who met and knew Raechel and Marisa by journalist/author Jean Bilodeaux, and highly detailed hypnotic regressions of Helen by Dr. June Steiner.

I've had the opportunity to know Dr. June Steiner, and I have found her to be a fine, competent and caring therapist and hypnotherapist. The transcripts from her sessions with Helen reprinted in the book bear that out. Dr. Steiner helps Helen recapture details from Helen's memories that will leave the reader with many surprises, twists and turns that few could predict, including Helen.

Toward the end of the book, the author also shares a useful outline of projects, agencies and their acronyms associated with the management and secrecy of this subject matter.

For anyone wanting to understand more about the possible reality of human-alien hybrids, this is an important book to read. It is of course up to each reader to draw their own conclusions.

The book is co-written by Helen Littrell, the mother of Marisa, and Jean Bilodeaux, a freelance writer, author and businesswoman from northeastern California.
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HASH(0x8a934aa4) étoiles sur 5 Is this strange tale fact or fiction - or something in between? 8 décembre 2010
Par The Guardian - Publié sur
Format: Broché
`Raechel's Eyes,' written by Helen Littrell and co-writer Jean Bilodeaux claims to be a true story. Originally published in two separate volumes, in 2005 the whole text was combined in a single volume totalling 384 pages, and this combined volume in two parts is the subject of this review.

In the first half of the book the story of Raechel, a supposed human-alien hybrid is told in a novelistic style. Harry is the commander of a remote top secret military base in Nevada whose exclusive role is to manage contact with ETs and deal with their technology. Raechel is the sole survivor of a UFO crash in the nearby desert, adopted by the unmarried and childless Harry as his daughter and grows up on the base where at least one other hybrid alien "Chisky" lives and works alongside human scientists and US military personnel. As Raechel reaches adolescence, a decision is made to use her as an experiment to see if she can integrate into human society. She ends up sharing an apartment at university in California in the 1970s with Marisa, Littrell's blind teenage daughter, and a substantial part of the narrative explores the difficulties endured by Raechel in this truly extraordinary circumstance and how she copes with it. Raechel disappears suddenly from the apartment and from Marisa's life in California: supposedly removed by the same quasi-government agencies which agreed to the integration experiment and covertly supervised her time in open human society, delivering her special food etc. in boxes left outside the apartment. Raechel leaves an astounding "parting gift" for Marisa - read the book to find out what.

The second part focuses on Helen Littrell herself. Hypnotic regression sessions are recounted with Dr. June Steiner, a California-based, qualified psychotherapist and hypnotist specialising in alien abductions. These sessions supposedly support Littrell's lifelong involvement in the abduction program, and complete the Harry-Raechel-Marisa-Helen contact loop. Also included in this section are back-stories of MIBs, underground bases and other appendices which fill out and support the main story.

Now, I have spoken personally to June Steiner on numerous occasions and listened to both Helen Littrell and Jean Bilodeaux interviewed at length. There is no doubt in my mind that Steiner is a highly capable professional and that all three of these ladies are absolutely sincere. The problem lies in the fact that no-one alive can corroborate Helen Littrell's story of Raechel: Harry and Marisa were both dead at the time of the book's publication (Marisa from an unrelated health issue). No known photographs or film exist of Raechel, and no medical records. This story has unique aspects unrepeated anywhere else since the events recounted allegedly took place in the 1970s. Sounds like fiction? Sure it does.

The book is however so unusual and so interesting that it's definitely worth reading. There may well be a kernel of truth in all this, as many aspects of the story do intersect with the whole ET/crash recovery/hybrid-program literature which is extensive and widespread. The first part of the book is somewhat overwritten and could do with the attention of a good professional editor; however, it's a fairly easy read and more engrossing than many books covering the ET/alien subjects. Read it, and decide for yourself. It's definitely not your average run-of-the-mill book of the genre, but something rare and strange.
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HASH(0x89f94438) étoiles sur 5 Looking through Raechel's Eyes... 3 juillet 2005
Par Steven Cain - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Having now obtained the full, combined version of RE (previously I had only read Volume 1), I must revisit this review. Volume 2, which is now the second part of the combined volume, is a fascinating record of Helen's regression sessions, conducted by the excellent Dr. June Steiner. The full book, at almost 400 pages, is a very powerful addition to the ever-increasing volume of credible Alien Abduction/Hybridization data.

I have had the pleasure of communicating with the superb Dave Jacobs (The Threat) and as a result of his and the late John Mack's work on the Alien Abduction phenomenon, I feel there is enough data out there to refute the standard skeptic's notion that the entire subject is fanciful.

As Fox Mulder once said on the X-Files (and I'm paraphrasing), if you say you've seen a UFO or been Abducted by Aliens, people are ready to commit you. If you say you've seen the Virgin Mary, they'll build a shrine outside your house.

Top 20 Reviewer Dennis Littrell's idea that people can sometimes fall into these belief systems as an escape mechanism is very sound, but I feel that the desire to be 'more than human' is also a harmonic of the innate knowledge that we actually are more than human. As many New Age psychologists and philosophers have said, we are spiritual beings having a human experience.

My own past life regression (go on, get the net) included a chain of linked death-in-combat recalls, the earliest of which was 10 million years ago in another galaxy. So to me, there is nothing remotely fanciful or inconceivable about this rather interesting story. Like Dennis, I also love the spelling of Raechel, which coupled with the spooky cover (by Noah J. Crissey), adds to the mystique.

Having had many regression sessions, much of which was past life regression, I feel Helen's sessions are the icing on the cake, in the wake of Part I of the book. They seem 100% legit, and Dr. Steiner obviously knows her stuff. The session data should leave the reader in no doubt about the validity of Helen's experiences and the accuracy and truth of the story of Marisa and Raechel.

I cannot think of another book that openly approaches the idea of direct and extended close contact with an Alien-Human hybrid, even though we have known of the existence of the program - via impeccable sources such as Dr. David Jacobs and John Mack etc. for years. This is a classic work on that basis alone.

Helen's book is a very worthwhile addition to the ever-increasing volume of what my psychologist friend Jerry describes as 'disturbing evidence of something that the blinkered skeptics will one day have to confront directly'.

Bring it on.
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HASH(0x8a1cb4bc) étoiles sur 5 Extremely disturbing 24 octobre 2005
Par Blueearth - Publié sur
Format: Broché
Though I found this book extremely fascinating, nor do I doubt the authenticity of the authors claims, I found the implications of this book extremely disturbing. The writing, though somewhat amatureish and overly concerned with every detail, is besides the point. Why are hybrids being created? What purpose do they serve? Do we truly understand the motivations of these ETs? How can we possibly trust a species which has bred emotions out of themselves, as is stated by one of the alien/hybrid scientists? I find this truly distrubing. Am I the only one who can see this? I believe that everyone in this story is being manipulated on some level, including the hybrid, despite the even-handed tone of the book. Can the author not see that her own compassion and kindness can be used against her? If these ETs are so advanced why do they need us? Could it be that they are caught in a evolutionary cul-de-sac as a result of over-genetic manipulation? If one cannot feel fear, anger, happiness, how is one able to understand what is really happening? Is this the future of humanity, a bunch of fetus looking organic robots? Why is this being hidden from us? I dont ever remember the public being asked if this was alright or if it is even ethical. Did these aliens ever ask permission, and if it was granted by the goverment, why are we still not being told? Does this goverment truly represent the will of the people? I don't think so. I think this situation is out of control and is out of the goverments hands. Why do we need to be integrating aliens into our society when we cannot even get along with one another? Who is truly the more advanced species? Us messy humans, or these ETs who have genetically over-extended themselves? What is happening is wrong on so many levels, yet is presented to us as something that is perfectly normal and OK. I think the big question here is "Who is in control?"
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HASH(0x89e81b04) étoiles sur 5 Believable and disturbing 23 décembre 2007
Par Eagle - Publié sur
Format: Broché
I found Raechel's Eyes believable and disturbing; believable because there has been for some time, enough literature regarding our government's involvement with an alien race at S4 in Area 51 to see it as believable; and disturbing because the personal experiences of Helen and Raechel bring the UFO and alien phenomenon to a new and scary place.

If the story takes place as stated, in the very early 1970's, about humans in our government experimenting with placing Zeta hybrids among us on Earth--to see if they can fit in--how far along are they now--38 years later?

Raechel was one such failed experiment in the so-called Humanization Project. If this program has continued to this day, of aliens using humans without their conscious consent to make genetically engineered hybrids for re-insertion into our society--what are the ramifications and implications? What happens to the hybrid when it is unable to perform adequately? What of the ethical issues, etc.?

I consider Raechel's Eyes one of the most important books in this genre. The public should be made aware. The book is believable to me because it is a logical step in UFO and alien progression --a step beyond the story in The Artist and the Alien by Dena Blatt, which takes place during the same time as Raechel's Eyes. It tells the true story of the artist Shirlè Klein-Carsh and her two year platonic relationship with an altruistic extraterrestrial from Sirius, living and working among us (in a second-hand store, as a front). So if extraterrestrials were already among us for some time, and abductions and genetic manipulations for hybrids were also being done-- why would there not be hybrids among us?

Raechel's Eyes must have been a difficult one to write, and I commend Helen Littrell (host mother and mother) having experienced so much, for her bravery and moral strength throughout; Jean Bilodeaux for the hard work of trying to document such a complicated story--and for both as they tell the story with warmth and caring. Though hard to follow in parts, on the whole it is well written, loaded with information and a "must read".
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