AN ALIEN WHO'S WHO

[Martin S. Kottmeyer, Greg Bishop] ☆ AN ALIEN WHOS WHO ☆ Download Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. AN ALIEN WHOS WHO SETI is still searching for the existence of aliens. AN ALIEN WHOS WHO has done it for you, collecting together the biggest mass of names of real extraterrestrials encountered by earthlings since flying saucers began taking over the planet. Like em or not, we strongly advise you: Dont leave Earth without it!. Ashtar, Xyclon, Teletron, Sananda, Umaruru - so many names, so many aliens. Weve sifted through the writings of hundreds of UFO contactees, ufologists, and experiencers to bring to you

AN ALIEN WHO'S WHO

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Rating : 4.13 (822 Votes)
Asin : 1933665246
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 276 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-09-08
Language : English

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SETI is still searching for the existence of aliens. AN ALIEN WHO'S WHO has done it for you, collecting together the biggest mass of names of real extraterrestrials encountered by earthlings since flying saucers began taking over the planet. Like 'em or not, we strongly advise you: Don't leave Earth without it!. Ashtar, Xyclon, Teletron, Sananda, Umaruru - so many names, so many aliens. We've sifted through the writings of hundreds of UFO contactees, ufologists, and experiencers to bring to you not only their names, but also their views on God, Earth's future, eternity, politics, and how we should run our lives. We already have their names. Who can keep track of them all? Thankfully, you don't have to

Great Reference Book For "Space" Contact Claims If you have a serious or even passing interest in the various claims of contact with "other intelligences" this book is an amazing & very complete collection of the names & descriptions of the entities that contactees & abducties have reportedly encountered. From the very obscure to some of the more famous names like Ashtar or Orthron this book is very complete in its scope. There isn't another resource like it anywhere. Many of . The best resource for finding names Stephen Kyle Gatton The list provided is quite extensive and would require years of searching on the internet to find all of them. This is best for the seasoned reader of Ufology as it is a resource for reference for your quest. It is definitively one to have handy on the shelf for when you need to know who is who and what the reference to there name is.. Not a book, not complete, and just plain not very good. Flying Tiger Comics A room temperature IQ plodder could surf the internet and compile a better list of alien names. Not to even correlate them with demon names and other sources, whilst adding in a worthless media section, seems the height of unprofessionalism.I bought this book in completist mode but really it was not worth it.

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