In Confrontations, the second volume of a trilogy, Dr. Jacques Vallee personally investigates forty astonishing UFO cases from around the world. Jacques Vallee – Confrontations – A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact by mufonnexus in Types > Books – Non-fiction, high, and free. Confrontations A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact. by Jacques Vallee. Trade Paperback, Pages, 21 Illustrations. $, ISBN: Genre(s).
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Here, he expands on that theory by reference to the cases he’s explored during the past three decades, c From the dean of ufologists, an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations. Some of his reasons for straying off the UFO reservation are, I believe, available on this confontations.
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact
I ran across a blogger who put it in a more understandable and digestible way: This is not tabloid stuff, but carefully worded and structured. No eBook available Amazon. What happens when a respected and seasoned scientist goes on the hunt for proof of alien contact? Originally, Vallee, along with just about everyone else, viewed UFOs as extraterrestrial.
Other editions – View all Confrontations: Feb 20, Will added it Shelves: Especially reading his review of the rating system and how we got there is of extreme importance.
Original first editions in very good condition are hard to come by cheaply so the new reprints are well worth the money. Who or what is behind this phenomenon is open to debate. Emily Dare rated it really liked it Nov 22, Another great read, check it out.
Apr 09, Owlseyes rated it really liked it Shelves: The phenomenon manifests itself under different guises in different historical ages and contexts. The author presented the facts: Papaphilly rated it really liked it Nov 01, In this case, a clearly and thought-provoking work that adds credibility to this psuedo-science viewed subject. Instead, Vallee believes UFOs are primarily paranormal in nature.
He gives more information on Dr. Going far beyond theoretical analysis, Dr.
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This book is a part of a series on the subject Vallee has written, including Messengers of Deception and Passport to Magoniaboth of which are thought provoking, while neither really blows the lid off the UFO phenomenon, it will introduce you to several ideas.
Provided that some issues are put in their right place: And yet absurdity seems to come with the turf, which is an important point with Vallee. A book by Bezerra de Menezes spiritist was associated with the case and a nearby UFO sighting too the “effervescent spheres”,large oval-shaped object. Ballantine Books- Philosophy – pages.
Vallee studied astronomy, became a scientific programmer and an investigator in projects for the US department of Defense. I gathered through reading that he doesn’t have much use for a lot of ufo groups that hone in on eye-witnesses, collecting data and evidence using a variety of techniques including hypnosis. Hundreds of thousands of men, women and small children are brutalized, tortured, programmed, experimented upon, and killed in many of those underground facilities and taken by aliens which often are shared with incredibly malevolent alien beings who literally eat confrotnations beings.
And alien action; and alien nation. He gathers his data, in the field, interviewing direct observers, 2nd hand sources, and sometimes, as the reader learns, families of the victims, of these encounters. Far more frightening is the possibility that whatever it is, it observed, drew upon, or manipulated my consciousness, my dreams, and my perceptions leading up to the sighting. This particular book, though, appears to be a journal of the process Vallee uses to garner his data, and a call to arms for the field to adopt a similar procedure, or risk remaining laughable pseudo-science for the foreseeable confrontatiins.
He stress This is the first book I have read by Jacques Vallee. May 31, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: Vallee asks important questions about its nature, which, while admitting he has no answers, he believes there is true mystery there to explore. This is the first book I have vwllee by Jacques Vallee.
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