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Mass Contacts Paperback – January 24, 2009
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In the introduction, the author Stefano Breccia writes:
"I must state for the record that I use the term `aliens' simply for convenience... I do not pretend to maintain that such entities originate from remote stellar systems...but that questioning the true origin of these entities is a futile exercise: be they from Mars, from Wolf 424, whether they spring from `the little people', or other dimensions...for us nothing changes...events that may be unknown to many concerning a few cases of mass contact...in which hundreds of people are abruptly confronted by an external reality, nearly all at the same time." (p18)
The first part of the book documents the so-called `UMMO' affair. Some readers may already be familiar with this episode, which is widely seen by researchers as some kind of enormous, complex and elaborate hoax. The human-looking visitors (but with minor physiological and major psychological differences) allegedly originated from an earth-like planet orbiting the star Wolf 424. They had an advanced, communal-based but hierarchical society and were reportedly present in small groups on Earth for many decades. The focus of the story was Spain, but many other locations were involved including France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany and even Russia.Read more ›
Its a direct translation from Italian
I have read a lot of books on alien contact with our Planet.
This is so weird!!!!!!!!!!.
There is no proof of what this man is writing more is the pity.
On the other hand it is fascinating story if true.
The mans writing style is not like we expect in most books on this subject.
However its very Human,chatty,warm.
But there is a weirdness here that I can't compare with any other book on this subject I have ever read.
The only way that would set my mind at rest on this book would be to meet him personally..or to see a good interview with him on you tube.
I remain open on this.
I would recommend reading Gerard Aartsen's, "George Adamski: A Herald for the Space Brothers" and Benjamin Creme's "The Gathering of the Forces of Light". The latter worked closely with the space people and says he knew how to pilot a space craft before he knew how to drive a car!
There are many typos and the English is a bit off but that is a minor detraction from what the book offers.
Another interesting point is a positive ET contact with giants. From my North American perspective the giant ET are very good looking, very technological and a very cold service to self group. From the bible perspective giants are overgrown nephilim human hybrid cannibals, and giants are also associated with the Sixto Paz Wells group.Read more ›
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I found the author credible but the translation quality and the spelling errors and absurd linguistic errors detracted greatly from my ability to understand and enjoy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Duane Troxel
I liked this book because I am a researcher and it had alot of information. It was rough in that it was translated from Italian. The story line jumped around a bit. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Parsell
... go to Youtube and search under "The Friendship Case - Alien UFO Documentary". There you will find a recent British documentary on this case with many of the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Nick Tropiano
New information for me, and very interesting if you are a believer in UFOs and Aliens, the translation from Italian was a bit difficult at times, but this is a classic and one I... Read morePublished on January 28, 2014 by EdieStar