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Instead, he believes they are from a different dimension.
Mathieu Gaudreault rated it really liked it Jul 09, When a book makes you re-evaluate and ask questions and seek out more research material, then it well deserves five stars.
Jeremy D rated it it was amazing Oct 19, However, as the years rolled by, and the data rolled in, Vallee came to believe that the answer was more complex, and that the phenomena was homegrown same planet at least, but then things start getting fuzzyand arguably as old as history itself see, for example, Ezekiel on the river Chebar. What happens when a respected and seasoned scientist goes on the hunt for proof of alien contact?
Fascinating and freaky at the same time. I did like how Mr. Vallee has done a wonderful job in providing historical data val,ee this field!
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Hristo rated it really liked it Nov 09, Books by Jacques F. Instead, Vallee believes UFOs are primarily paranormal in nature. This is not tabloid stuff, but carefully worded and structured. Jacques Vallee takes a more biographical and humanistic approach to the body of experience and I think he makes the argument that the term experience is the best one of the UFO phenomenon, coming at with a fresh approach, even today, asking the important question that neither side of the aisle bothers to ask: A very good introduction to the matter.
Consequently, Vallee takes a sample of events: This is rather like Vallee’s much earlier book, Anatomy of a Phenomenon, representing both an elaboration of his earlier suggestions for research and the results of his own study during the intervening decades. This material or psychological contamination can influence the witnesses or skew the data pro or con. Jan 30, Nicholas rated it liked it Shelves: The phenomenon manifests itself under different guises in different historical ages and contexts.
It suggests that UFOs are a multidimensional phenomena bending time and spacethat they interact with human consciousness on an intimate level, and that they can potentially be summoned.
The author presented the facts: This is a book written by one of the premier Ufologists of the modern era. Vallee asks important questions about its nature, which, while admitting he has no answers, he believes there is true mystery there to explore.
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact
Original first editions in very good condition are hard to come by cheaply so the new reprints are well worth the money. Overall I think this is a good book for people interested in ufo research and investigation.
This is a thinking man’s book concerning the UFO phenomenon!
Essential reading for the ufology buff. View all 6 comments.
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact by Jacques F. Vallée
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Vallee detailed in this book. Nov 06, Julie rated it really liked it Recommends it for: In this case, a clearly and thought-provoking work that adds credibility to this psuedo-science viewed subject. He stress This is the first book I have read by Jacques Vallee.
Wrap your mind around that. Although fascinating, the phenomenon can be dangerous to those who witness it.
Jacques Jacquee takes a more biographical and humanistic approach to the body of experience and I think he makes the argument that the term experience is the best one of the UFO phenomenon, coming at with a fresh approach, even today, asking the important question that neither side This book won’t change any set minds of skeptics or believers, but for anyone curious about the strangeness of reported experiences with odd aerial, and, often times, not so aerial, phenomenon, it will make you think.
Valle meticulously documents his own firsthand investigations into sightings around the world with breathtaking eyewitness accounts of alien contact.
This book won’t change any set minds of skeptics or believers, but for anyone curious about the strangeness of reported experiences with odd aerial, and, often times, not so aerial, phenomenon, it will make you think.