Alien Agenda is the silk thread leading the way through the maze of UFO literature into the heart of the UFO controversy. While he begins with the premise that the existence of UFOs cannot be denied, Jim Marrs (author of Crossfire, the mother of all John F. Kennedy assassination conspiracy books) boldly strides into the battle over what UFOs are and why they are here. Marrs's investigative skills are invaluable in this re-examination of questions that have been overlooked, unaddressed, or unsatisfactorily resolved. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Jim Marrs is best known for Crossfire: The Plot That Killed Kennedy (1989), the book that Oliver Stone's film JFK was partially based on. Now Marrs attacks new mysteries and conspiracies in this extensive review of UFO history and government cover-ups. After describing his own UFO sighting near Jackson, Mississippi, in 1952, Marrs recounts his involvement with other UFO cases as a newspaper reporter and his suspicions that the U.S. government knows much more about aliens than it will admit. As his title indicates, the author has concluded that UFOs are piloted by extraterrestrials of various types and with diverse motives. However, rather than taking that conclusion for granted, Marrs guides his readers through 50 years of UFO history that includes some less-traveled byways, off-ramps, and dead ends. He incorporates an ample amount of information from UFO books of the 1960s and 1970s--strange lights on the moon, the ancient-astronaut theories of Erich von Daniken, cattle mutilations, Nazi saucers at the South Pole, the contactees of the 1950s--and updates it credibly with UFO data from the 1980s and 1990s, providing a reasonable survey of abductions, secret underground UFO bases, the MJ-12 group, crop circles, remote viewing, and channeling. How can something as momentous as contact with aliens be kept secret? In an appendix, Marrs refers to the Bilderbergers and the Council on Foreign Relations as examples of how small groups of powerful individuals can withhold information and manipulate world events. The facts are mostly accurate, and the writing is crisp and journalistic. George Eberhart --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Editorial Reviews
I got as far as Chapter 1, Page 2, where Marrs claims that scientists have concluded that the Moon
(5.3 billion years) is older than the Earth (4.6 billion years old). Read more
Fake b.s. described quite well. I own a hardcover copy and haven't thrown it away. I've seen a bunch of guys like this coming 'publicly forward'over the years, then being exposed... Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Hermit
Jim Marrs Rocks. This information should be required reading for every school kid. We all need to know this information.Published 2 months ago by mk
This is his best, and absolutely brilliant. I just read it again. I highly recommend it over and over to others.Published 5 months ago by Jim
In this book, Marrs puts forth evidence of many different sightings and yet tries to keep a neutral, journalistic stance. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M. Anderson