The Nonsense Papers: 2012 and Beyond: Ufo Anthology, Volume One

ISBN-10: 1475946716

ISBN-13: 9781475946710

Edition: 2012

Authors: James W. Astrada

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The idea of aliens and UFOs has always played a crucial role in human history. Regardless of the ridicule this mind-set inspires in skeptics, the intense speculation and debate on this topic continues to intrigue around the world. Hundreds have shared detailed personal experiences of contact with these beings or crafts, recounting a wide variety of alien interaction with our world and its peoples. Yet the official explanations—swamp gas, weather balloons, and more—just don't match up with these reports. the "Nonsense" Papers anthology explores these controversial and contemporary issues, considering a wide variety of interrelated topics: • UFOs • Military "black projects" based on alien technology • Former NASA missions (and the possible secrets they hold) • An alternative view on organized religious cults (and how their origin by our creators from the stars) • Environmental issues, including climate change • Time travel • Testimonies from those who offer insight on alien contact • the future and fate of our planet after 2012 This collection also focuses on humanity and culture, examining where we are headed if we continue down our current path. It questions those who plan to "save" humanity by making exaggerated claims and impossible goals and challenges us to analyze and examine ourselves and our society as a whole. It implores humans to use common sense, rationality, and logic as our present life seems void of feelings, dreams, hopes, and desires. Overall, the only way humans can save these precious ideologies is in the discovery of ourselves.
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Book details

Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Textstream
Binding: Cloth Text 
Pages: 364
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

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