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Aliens at My Fingertips: Real Meetings with Strange Beings (True Encounters series) (Volume 4) Paperback – September 13, 2014
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About the Author
At the age of eighteen, Sayward wrote a list of everything she wanted to accomplish in life. She divided it into sections of thirty year periods, projecting that she might live to be ninety years old. The last third included the desire to share the stories of her life through the art of writing. Knowing she would be a writer in her later years, Sayward kept journals and photos of her adventures and experiences which she now uses as reference for her books. Sayward earned a BA in Anthropology/Archaeology, a Masters of Environmental Studies degree, a Doctor of Naturopathy degree, a private pilot license, and a Ham Radio Operator license. She has worked in the field of Archaeology at various sites around the world, and been employed by State, County and City governments on both the east and west coasts of the U.S. During the first decade of the 2000s Sayward held juice fasting retreats in Palm Springs, California. She now writes almost full time, and has many more books of several different genres to be released in the next few years.
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Luckily for me, I was able to have a face to face discussion with Ms. Ayre when she was presenting at a local MUFON meeting in the Pacific Northwest. To my surprise I found a well educated, down to earth (no pun intended) and very practical woman who was just as bewildered as I am regarding the events she describes in "Aliens At My Fingertips: Real meetings with strange beings."
She's not trying to convince anyone that these beings were aliens, she's trying to make sense of situations that are a bit senseless, and the only explanation is "alien" or "inter dimensional." Taking a step of great courage she shares in a simple, easy to read narrative. Following her through the process wasn't laborious or "I am a victim of the system" memoir either. This is an archeologist with numerous degrees as well as training, and she's believable. Her conviction to find plausible answers has led her down a less conventional path where she faces being shunned by the very institutions who can and should, given her credentials, validate a portion of her evidence.
The very fact that certain key players in this series remain quiet is a testament to the foundation of truth behind "True Encounters". I certainly plan to read the entire series and my vote is in for the side of the author. It's a good read for a quiet afternoon. You won't be dazzled by the baloney, you will be intrigued by the sincerity.