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Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer: UFO Parasites - Alien Soul Suckers - Invaders From Demonic Realms Perfect Paperback – November 16, 2010
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Thursday, March 17, 2011 UFOs & Demons If you have read my 2010 book, Final Events, you'll know that for years, elements of the U.S. Government have secretly investigated the UFO phenomenon from the perspective that - rather than being alien in nature - it has literal demonic origins. And, while the idea that UFOs could be anything less than extraterrestrial is most assuredly not what the vast majority of people within the realm of Ufological research want to hear, the demonic theory is one that attracts a substantial following. And this is made abundantly clear when one reads the new book from Timothy Green Beckley, Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer: UFO Parasites, Alien "Soul Suckers" - Invaders From Demonic Realms. If you're interested in exploring further the idea that what many believe is at the heart of Ufology (namely that we are being visited by extraterrestrials from far-away star-systems), may not actually be what's going on at all, Round Trip may well be the book for you. This is without doubt one of the biggest collections of data, case-files, interviews and more on the one facet of Ufology that - more than any other - usually gets relegated to the sidelines. And for that reason, Tim Beckley has done us a fine service in compiling 300-pages of packed material on this issue, all under one cover. So, what does the book tell us? Well, I'll tell you! After an Introduction from Tim B himself, in which the general theories relative to demonic UFOs are outlined, we are treated to a very-hard-to-find gem from the early-1950s: a full reproduction of Cecil Michael's book, Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer (which, yes, is the same title as Tim's book, so don't get confused!). If you have not read Michael's book, then you should. It's part horror-story, highly Contactee-themed, and infinitely weird in the extreme. Replete with strange tales of ethereal, human-like entities that manifest before Michael; out-of-body experiences; a cosmic trip in a UFO to the Planet Hell (really!); and tales of alien wisdom, this is a highly entertaining, rip-roaring read that absolutely typifies much of the early-50s Contactee movement. We may never really know to what extent Michael's story had a basis in some form of non-human reality, if his experiences were purely internal and subjective, if he was a hoaxer and fantasist, or if - as I strongly suspect was the case with many of the Contactees - the answer might very well be found within a combination of all the above. However, the reproduction of this old tome most definitely sets the scene for the darkness that comes next. Following on from the Cecil Michael book, we get an excellent article from Tim Beckley himself, titled UFO Possession And Mind Manipulation, which includes welcome and thought-provoking data from Brad Steiger, and additional material demonstrating some of the converging points between UFOs and matters of the occult kind. Next up is a 9-page interview with me about my Final Events book, and the beliefs and conclusions of the Collins Elite. They are a shadowy, U.S. Government body that believes predatory, demonic entities, masquerading as aliens, are farming the Human Race as a means to secure a form of energy-based "food" from the human life-force: the soul. Even by my standards, the story of the Collins Elite is a disturbingly weird one. Brad Steiger surfaces again (not from some dark, underground realm, I should stress!), in a first-class paper: Extreme Warning To Potential UFO Contactees. As Brad makes very clear, there is a definitively dark-side to Ufology, and to enter the scene and engage other-world entities can be physically and mentally hazardous in the extreme. You have been duly warned. --Nick Redfern Reviews Of The Mysterious Kind
Just the other day, I received in the mail a copy of a new book edited by my friend Timothy Green Beckley and Sean Casteel titled Round Trip to Hell in a Flying Saucer: UFO Parasites, Alien Soul Suckers, and Invaders from Demonic Realms. I was asked by Beckley (aka Mr. UFO ) to contribute a few paragraphs for one section of the book dealing with scanning the skies for UFOs with night vision technology, since it s something I ve dealt with a bit while working with Joshua P. Warren, Dean Warsing, and a few other associates for a National Geographic program on the Brown Mountain Lights in the fall of 2009. The crux of the argument presented in Beckley s book, however, deals more with the notion that the UFO presence is somehow tied to a hellish invasion by otherworldly beings. Perhaps there is some truth to this argument, since there remains the notion that folklore from decades and centuries past might represent an ongoing interpretation by mankind of some presence in our midst. At many points in the history of humanity, this interrelationship has appeared to be taking place with demonic or otherwise evil entities. On the other extreme, we have angels and deities we d normally associate with a higher power that often make their way into the lives of abductees, whose experiences with presumed aliens mirror encounters with the divine. Often used are the experiences of the apostle Paul on the road to Damascus, or the prophet Ezekiel s flying wheels that appeared before him in the sky. UFO buffs have long tried to make the association between such iconic religious experiences related in the Bible and their presumed modern UFO counterparts. Perhaps there is indeed some merit to this interpretation, but my gut tells me that the expression of perceived interaction with strange, alien intelligences goes far deeper than the simple, peripheral notion that ancient people were seeing UFOs buzzing around in the skies and calling them angels and demons. This is where things tend to get murky, since trying to quantify reality and thus present a base of consistency from which all our questions about this world can be measured objectively is impossible to do. Humankind does not understand reality, and based on our present observations, UFOs extend well beyond this fragile construct we ve pulled together thus far through our advancement in the sciences. Therefore, it becomes very easy to give ourselves to the notion that UFOs represent something far superior to ourselves, or something with a terrific potential for negativity and danger to mankind, especially while we consider them to be physical in the same sense as you or I, or alternatively, something with an evil hatred for humanity. But again, perhaps there is more to this than what the exterior has betrayed about the great secret that waits within. Paraphrased loosely, the old maxim reads, the journey itself is sometimes more important that reaching the destination. Much the same, what about our attempts at reconciling with the odd nature of the UFO phenomenon can we learn from, apart from trying to solve their inherent mystery? Perhaps UFOs are no more good or evil than the importance of either of these concepts in the absence of humanity and life as we know it. --Micah Hanks - MysteriousUniverse.org
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+ The connection between UFOs, demons, and possibly Satan himself.
+ The fascination for and the link between Nazism, occultism and German-made flying saucers.
+ The ghastly exercise of blood draining and human sacrifice throughout antiquity and their relationship to animal and human mutilations and blood letting in modern times, which align closely to the appearance of UFOs in specific theaters of operation on our planet.
+ The weird claims of John Lear that aliens are coming here to kidnap humans and not return them. That people are being used for food, and how they are experimenting with us sadistic experimentations and attempting to suck out our souls and place them in containers for their own use.
+ The Islamic belief in the normally invisible elementals identified in the Koran as the Jinn and how these malevolent spirits are able to misrepresent themselves by camouflaging their true identity and traveling around at fantastic speeds.
+ Shape shifters who can turn into human looking beings, animals, orbs, fireballs or manifest themselves even as physical hardware to fool us into believing they are mechanical devices.
+ The casting of magical spells, occult rituals and the ability to conjure up spirits and beings often mistaken for UFOnauts but more closely aligned with the elemental kingdom.
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Top Customer Reviews
This is without doubt one of the biggest collections of data, case-files, interviews and more on the one facet of Ufology that - more than any other - usually gets relegated to the sidelines.
And for that reason, Tim Beckley has done us a fine service in compiling 300-pages of packed material on this issue, all under one cover.
So, what does the book tell us? Well, I'll tell you! After an Introduction from Tim B himself, in which the general theories relative to demonic UFOs are outlined, we are treated to a very-hard-to-find gem from the early-1950s: a full reproduction of Cecil Michael's book, Round Trip To Hell In A Flying Saucer (which, yes, is the same title as Tim's book, so don't get confused!).
If you have not read Michael's book, then you should. It's part horror-story, highly Contactee-themed, and infinitely weird in the extreme. Replete with strange tales of ethereal, human-like entities that manifest before Michael; out-of-body experiences; a cosmic trip in a UFO to the Planet Hell (really!); and tales of alien wisdom, this is a highly entertaining, rip-roaring read that absolutely typifies much of the early-50s Contactee movement.Read more ›
The story itself is interesting and worth reading (if one goes for this sort of thing, that is). It was written before alien abductions became part of popular culture, so it is interesting to see how his description of his experience is both similar to and different from what would now be considered "typical" encounters with aliens and UFOs. It is also a good example of how people use the things they are familiar with from their everyday life to describe weird and out of the world events. He quaintly thought that the glowing light in the saucer might be because the "spacemen" used giant candles to illuminate their craft!
To me this story seems to be a truthful account of what this man experienced. Whether he encountered extraterrestrials, had an out of the body experience, or had mental problems is more than I can say, but he gives a straight forward, and at times mildly humorous, account of what he saw. He doesn't engage in Bible thumping, nor does he advocate any New Age theory about what happened to him. He is not a propagandist, but rather seems to be a regular guy telling a very strange story.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found this book both interesting and bizarre, meaning that some stories were really strange and some were absolutely fascinating. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book about ufology very interesting and entertaining , it comes with alot of good stories there are some typos here and there but overall very intriguing book !!!Published 12 months ago by alice666
Great story with a very interesting take on ufology in general. Comes with a load of additional stories that will keep you reading till the end.Published 19 months ago by Sergio
It is not a fanatic book about Ufology neither about extraterrestrials from far-away star-systems, It is a great research about the true nature of the strange intity called the... Read morePublished 23 months ago by alhashim_aviation
It told me Everything that I needed to know. Sheds a lot of light on the demonic deception going on with some amazing insights, such as that as long as there have been sightings,... Read morePublished on January 14, 2014 by steven r hughes
If you want a serious, scholarly discussion of Ufology, try Patrick Harpur's "Daimonic Reality" where the subject is treated with sophistication and intellectual analysis. Read morePublished on December 16, 2011 by Ellzeena
Real mish-mash of perspectives---yet, still enjoyed reading it and was just off beaten path enough, that I'll re-read now and then - christian perspective (obvious) but I feel one... Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by S. Banzhaf