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The Spaceships of the Visitors

The Spaceships of the Visitors

Author: Kevin Randle

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781439145449

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 352

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The first comprehensive field guide to alien spacecraft, complete with illustrations of more than one hundred spaceships In the last decade, the number of reports of alien spacecraft sightings has skyrocketed. However, the phenomenon of alien encounters is not new. Here, for the first time, two UFO experts, Kevin Randle and Russ Estes, cover the history of UFO sightings, from the ancient to the modern, using research from many different sources, including the Air Force and private UFO groups. Each of the more than one hundred entries is based on actual eyewitness accounts and includes: A detailed drawing of each spaceship based on photographs or drawings made by the people who saw it with their own eyes A concise summary of the facts: where the sighting took place, names of the witnesses, craft type, and such specifics as each craft's dimensions, color, sound, and exhaust mechanism A unique reliability rating, on a scale from 0 to 10 A gripping you-were-there narration of the encounter, along with meticulous documentation of source material Spaceships of the Visitors is a fascinating and essential reference for anyone curious about alien visitation.

SPACESHIP U.N.K.N.O.W.N.

SPACESHIP U.N.K.N.O.W.N.

Author: Thomas Tralantry

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783753492094

Category: Fiction

Page: 181

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The mysterious journey continues. Meanwhile, the unknown spaceship has two crew members: Jason Herkinster and George. Now a third person is to follow and join the mysterious journey. But complications arise at the destination and they have to land on the planet. There, the two men receive a friendly welcome. But nothing is as it seems, and before they know it, Jason and George find themselves in the middle of a war and must face a dangerous opponent. And this knows no mercy to achieve his goals.

The Visitors

The Visitors

Author: Adam Pfeffer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781440145636

Category: Fiction

Page: 212

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Ka-deino-davi-na! Five peaceful aliens arrive on the planet Earth and nothing is the same again. Unfamiliar with weapons of mass destruction and led by their female commander, Daga, they have come from the other side of the universe. Follow their visit from an upstate New York field to the White House as they examine and explore human society amid the biggest media blitz ever. What they find is an aggressive society, ruled by war and a history of disagreement and oppression. As they witness violence of various sorts and uncover the origin of the human race, they are hailed as both heroes and strangers from a faraway unknown world. Get to know them and their hidden world as they are pursued by a media hungry for a story that will change the planet. A rousing adventure story that will keep you turning the pages and wanting more, THE VISITORS is a book for those who hope we are not alone and for those waiting for their arrival from another world.

Visitors

Visitors

Author: Harold A. Skaarup

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781462047970

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 324

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Suppose you could communicate with a visitor who was not from this place, time-space or even this dimension? What would you want to ask them? The answers probably lie in what our own response would be if we were them. This book is based on a collection of interviews I have had with a few individuals who may have actually had such an experience. The idea is that if enough of us are ready to ask the questions and gain the answers, then our collective knowledge and understanding of the "multiverse" about us can only continue to be enhanced. Sometimes the responses that you will read here are similar; often they are diametrically opposed to each other. An open but highly skeptical mind is extremely necessary if you are going to sift through the data that is presented in this book. The intent is that it should peak your curiosity to learn more about "visitors." In this way, we may be better informed and prepared, and thus in some sort of coherent shape to deal with their arrival. If you read this book, you must be well prepared to choose for yourself what you will or will not believe.

Space Visitor

Space Visitor

Author: Mack Reynolds

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9781479447800

Category: Fiction

Page: 95

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Dreams of lasting peace are shattered by one momentous discovery. One of the members of an international team of scientists stationed on the moon has found an alien spacecraft – with all its incredible technology and weaponry intact. The discovery shatters the illusion of peace on Earth, as each nation joins the mad scramble to learn the terrible secrets entombed by alien visitors eons before. Only one thing prevents total war – Werner Brecht, the discoverer of the vehicle, is the only one who knows its location and he has disappeared into thin air.

Miracle Visitors

Miracle Visitors

Author: Ian Watson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9780575114586

Category: Fiction

Page: 239

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John Deacon uses hypnosis to research altered states of consciousness. One of his subjects, Michael Peacocke, is unusually susceptible and in their first session together he recalls a Close Encounter which took place some years before. Deacon is sceptical of UFOs and dismisses Peacocke's story as an adolescent sexual fantasy. But then inexplicable things happen - the tape of the session is mysteriously erased, Deacon's dog is killed, he and Michael see a pterodactyl, Michael's girlfriend is menaced by Men in Black - and Deacon is forced to reconsider. Could UFOs be symbols projected from the collective unconscious? Are they messages from the biomatrix? Does the mind have the ability to project tulpas, objects and people which are physically real yet somehow illusory?

Stowaway

Stowaway

Author: Donald Christopherson

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781481762281

Category: Fiction

Page: 334

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CARL JOHNSON, an employee of an aerospace company near Los Angeles, California, is driving north through the desert in the year 2125 on his way to a military base. He observes a flying saucer land in the desert. He tells a friend and fellow worker, NANCY JONES, about it and on a subsequent trip to the military base they investigate the landing site of the flying saucer. A flying saucer is standing there and the two board the ship unseen. The flying saucer lifts off with Nancy and Carl aboard and flies to the Titan moon of the planet Saturn. The people on Titan are among the descendants of 600 people who left earth from near Barstow, California in the year 2000 on two spaceships to colonize a planet in Alpha Centauri. When the colonists arrived in Alpha Centauri they established a colony which they named New Barstow. The colonists argued over politics, economics, and national origin and separated themselves into states. One of the states, New Philadelphia, engaged in a nuclear war with the central government and was forced to abandon its territory due to radioactive fall out. The Philadelphians returned to the earth's solar system in 2115 and set up a base on the Titan moon of Saturn. They established a shuttle service between Titan and earth to carry natural resources to Titan for use in constructing military spaceships that would enable them to return to Alpha Centauri and regain territory. The Philadelphians were technologically more advanced than the United States and the American government had to comply with their demands. However, the government did not notify the American people of the situation for fear that the people would panic. Nancy's fondest wish is to return to earth as soon as possible. Carl adjusts to his situation and wants to study the engines used by the spaceships so that he can use that knowledge when they return to earth. They pose as Philadelphians and Carl soon gets a job in one of the factories. He is eventually found out and Carl and Nancy are put in jail, where they find a hundred other Californians who were caught investigating the space shuttles near Barstow, California. The Philadelphians are ready in 2125 to leave Titan for New Barstow in Alpha Centauri and take along the hundred Californian prisoners. In the ensuing battle between the Philadelphians and the Barstonians, the Barstonians are victorious and put the hundred Californians in a prison on New Barstow. The Californians secretly leave the jail every day and refurbish a spaceship they find in a junk yard. They use that spaceship to return to Titan. The Californians use sleep capsules for the four year trip and the spaceship speed approaches nine tenths the speed of light. They secretly land on Titan and then use several shuttle trips to return to earth. After all one hundred Californians have returned to earth, they tell their story to the newspapers.

Arthur C. Clarke

Arthur C. Clarke

Author: Gary Westfahl

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

ISBN: 9780252050633

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 224

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Already renowned for his science fiction and scientific nonfiction, Arthur C. Clarke became the world's most famous science fiction writer after the success of 2001: A Space Odyssey. He then produced novels like Rendezvous with Rama and The Fountains of Paradise that many regard as his finest works. Gary Westfahl closely examines Clarke's remarkable career, ranging from his forgotten juvenilia to the passages he completed for a final novel, The Last Theorem. As Westfahl explains, Clarke's science fiction offered original perspectives on subjects like new inventions, space travel, humanity's destiny, alien encounters, the undersea world, and religion. While not inclined to mysticism, Clarke necessarily employed mystical language to describe the fantastic achievements of advanced aliens and future humans. Westfahl also contradicts the common perception that Clarke's characters were bland and underdeveloped, arguing that these reticent, solitary individuals, who avoid conventional relationships, represent his most significant prediction of the future, as they embody the increasingly common lifestyle of people in the twenty-first century.

Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist

Extraterrestrials and the American Zeitgeist

Author: Aaron John Gulyas

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9781476601687

Category: Social Science

Page: 260

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Since the 1950s, men and women around the world have claimed to have had contact with human-like visitors from space. This book explores how the “contactee” subculture has critiqued political, social and cultural trends in the United States, Europe and elsewhere. Not merely quaint relics of the 1950s Atomic Age, contactees have continued their messages of transformation into the 21st century. Regardless of whether these alleged contacts took the form of physical meetings or channeled paranormal psychic communications, or whether they actually happened at all, contactees have provided a consistently relevant source of commentary on this world and beyond.

Galaxy Ambassador: the Celestial Pact

Galaxy Ambassador: the Celestial Pact

Author: Reid Wong

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490758398

Category: Fiction

Page: 204

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A commoner named Maxter Anfred in modern era flirts with paranormal experiment accidentally allows him to summon intelligent non human beings to earth using a spot light. He was demanded by the space visitors to be a representative for human kind for negotiation with the latter. The visitors bestows the earth humans three gifts. Maxter finds himself in a fix whether he could lead the humans to a new era of human civilization or extinction. He regrets his experiment outcome when he realised the space visitors wanted the earthlings to pit against the Zarkano, the visitors creation.