The Coming of the Saucers

Kenneth Arnold and Raymond Palmer

Kenneth Arnold made what is generally considered the first widely reported unidentified flying object sighting in the United States, after claiming to have seen nine unusual objects flying in tandem near Mount Rainier, Washington on June 24, 1947. This is his story, written with the help of Raymond Palmer, who was the editor of…

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The Dulce Book

The Dulce Book by Branton

Branton

What’s going on near Dulce, New Mexico? Above Top Secret Military-Industrial Black Projects? Headquarters for a Bavarian-backed New World Order? Vanguard for Alien Infiltration and Invasion? Massive Intelligence Agency Disinformation? Collective Mind Control or Mass Hallucination? All of or a Combination of The Above?

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A Dweller on Two Planets

A Dweller on Two Planets

Frederick S. Oliver

This book was ‘channeled’ by the author, who began writing it when he was just 18 years old. It describes Atlantis, the technology, the afterlife, and also goes into detail about things like anti-gravity, flying machines (which sound like UFO’s), dark side energy and personalised heavens. Whilst this cannot be called a literary masterpiece…

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From India to the Planet Mars

From India to the Planet Mars

Theodore Flournoy

Fully illustrated, this is a skeptical inquiry into a remarkable 19th century French medium, here called Hélène Smith. She popularized the concept of automatic writing, which earned her admiration from the latter-day Surrealists. And her interplanetary psychic visions are extremely similar to contactee accounts from the 1950s and 1960s. Hélène, at the hands of her bossy and controlling sprit guide ‘Leopold,’ visited remote times and places…

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I Remember Lemuria and The Return of Sathanas

I Remember Lemuria and The Return of Sathanas

Richard S. Shaver

Taken at face value, this is a pretty good pair of late Golden Age sci-fi stories, albeit with more footnotes than one would expect in the genre. The writing (or editing) is punchy. The plot drives the story, rather than the need for constant exposition, as is too often the case in texts like this. However, the real importance of these texts…

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In Days to Come

Ethel P. Hill

This is a series of messages from an extraterrestrial entity named Ashtar, purportedly transmitted via ‘automatic writing.’ Ashtar was apparently channeled by Ethel P. Hill, an early UFO contactee. Ashtar claims to be the commander of a vast army of spacemen. He is also a believer in Christianity apparently. Whether this is…

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The Omega File: Greys, Nazis, Underground Bases, and the New World Order

The Omega File

Branton

The Branton Files are a series of documents espousing various conspiracy theories circulated on the internet since at least the mid-1990s. They are most often attributed to Bruce Alan Walton who claims to have been a victim of alien abduction and had contact through “altered states of consciousness” with humans “living in the inner earth”. This particular book: The Omega File: Greys, Nazis, Underground Bases, and the New World…

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Other Tongues, Other Flesh

Other Tongues, Other Flesh

George Hunt Williamson

Fully illustrated. George Hunt Williamson was a pioneering UFO researcher. He invented the concept of ‘walk-ins,’ who he called ‘The Wanderers.’ Walk-ins are normal humans who are actually (unknown to themselves) reincarnated ‘Space Brothers.’ Williamson also worked with George Adamski, another UFO pioneer. One of the centerpieces of this book is a labored interpretation of symbols in footprints left when Venusians had a close…

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Roswell Report: Fact Versus Fiction in the New Mexico Desert

Roswell Report: Fact Versus Fiction in the New Mexico Desert

United States Airforce

From the Foreword; ‘This report represents a joint effort by Col. Richard L. Weaver and 1st Lt. James McAndrew to address the request made by Representative Steven H. Schiff (R-NM) for information regarding an alleged crash of an unidentified flying object (UFO) that occurred in the state in 1947.’ This massive book contains memos, photos, reports etc, into what happened on that fateful night in Roswell, New Mexico. Of course, this being…

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The Secret of the Saucers

The Secret of the Saucers

Ofreo M. Angelucci

This is one of the best contactee accounts of the 1950s. Beginning in summer 1952, Angelucci began to encounter flying saucers and their friendly human-appearing pilots during his drives home from the aircraft plant. These superhuman space people were handsome, often transparent and highly spiritual. Eventually he was taken…

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