In 1969, the author met a man at a movie theater in Caracas and began a friendship lasting four months. Three years later, this same “man” greeted the author as he was taken on board the Pleiadean ship for the first time. Castillo was later to board space ships four more times over two years. A highly respected engineer, known for his genuine credulity, he dramatically changed his life to research these amazing encounters. His true story of how events unfolded–from the ship rising out of a lake
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For the first time ever, the eyewitness in one of the world’s most intriguing and least known UFO cases speaks out in public and gives complete information never previously revealed about his terrifying encounter with aliens in a dark forest near Cisco Grove, California. In the fall of 1964, an event much stranger than fiction took place in the ruggedly scenic foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the Tahoe National Forest. Into this remote wilderness stepped 26-year-old Donald Shrum,
Westall 66 Australian UFO encounter gets a park
Australia's most incredible mass UFO sighting is being commemorated with a UFO-themed playground. The sighting, referred to as Westall '66, took place in 1966 in the town of Clayton South, a suburb of Melbourne. There were over 90 witnesses, many of … Read more on Open Minds UFO News
Friday: Tank, 2013 Ozark UFO Conference, Scimitar Shrine Circus and more
The truth is out there, and you might just find it at the 2013 Ozark UFO Conference up in Eureka Springs. It kicks off Friday and goes through Sunday at Best Western Inn of the Ozarks, 8 a.m., $ 90 for a full pass. The Scimitar Shrine Circus has it all … Read more on Arkansas Times (blog)
UFO film to provide proof that aliens exist
The film, which premieres on April 22, is titled ' Sirius' and showcases the claims of Steven Greer, a prominent UFO researcher, to prove that the US government is actively covering up hard evidence of extraterrestrial life. UFO film to provide proof … Read more on Zee News
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"Spin" is a dumb name for Robert Charles Wilson’s otherwise excellent book. But it’s OK because wounded healer and protagonist Tyler Dupree says as much about 2/3 of they way through the book.
“Spin” was a dumb but inevitable name for what had been done to the Earth. That is, it was bad physics—nothing was actually spinning any harder or faster " Source
The marketing text on the back says the book’s theme is about the dangers inherent in one-way communication, but it’s not. It’s about the dangers and fruitlessness of hording information and technology, especially for a "national agenda." Also. Don’t. Trust. The. Government.
It’s also, as the Library of Congress asserts, about:
1. Human-alien encounters–Fiction.
2. End of the world–Fiction.
It’s also got a frustrating love story, a Sumatran healer, and explosions.