After reading an article about Antarctica and Nazi activity in relation to UFO's, I was quite interested and did some research, so when I saw an add for this book I had to have it.
Admittedly in my research I missed or glossed over the possibility that some UFO's were of a more recent man-made origin. So when I found this book I thought it would be a great read, and would fill me in on some aspects I might have overlooked. However there was precious little in this regard. When it arrived I thought I had found a great book...full of pictures and HUGE! I could hardly wait to read it. We both agree that UFO's are of human origin. However he so quickly dismisses the theory that some of them are of ancient origin that I have to think he has not looked in depth into this angle, and probably dismisses them so quickly to shortcut a bias of the readers to his opinion. (I traced them back to pre-Sumerian origin) He completely ignores any weird looking UFO pilots, which would indicate ancient technological genetic tinkering, something completely beyond the Nazis of the period thus further indicating ancient origins and technology. This is not to say his direction is incorrect, but I think he has dismissed out of hand some key evidence in pursuit of his bias; rather then encouraging further reading in a second direction, thus he "blew up a bridge".
I was quite frustrated with how little hard evidence or even interviews with people that encountered these things there was. I would have expected a series of UFO reports that had curious details in the stories to foster a suspicion in the reader's mind to conclude the same thing as the authors did.Read more ›