Antarctica's Hidden History: Corporate Foundations of Secret Space Programs Kindle Edition
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Now at 70 I fear for the future.
This book is a remarkably comprehensive summary of the essential factors driving us to understand that the history we thought we knew is false. Two exciting highlights for me were (1) the discussion that the Adamski-era contactees might have been interacting with the female German inventors of anti-gravity craft who wanted to promote a world of peace and unity (and that Adamski’s photos are similar to the Haunebu II spacecraft the Germans built); and (2) the summer 1952 fly-overs of Washington DC were Nazi UFOs that resulted in the U.S. signing a treaty with the Fourth Reich.
I found the last Chapter 16 summary a masterpiece of synthesis of unwritten history of the last 100 years, and the incredible existence of multiple secret space programs. Skeptics will have difficulty attacking the details because the book not only has 584 specific references to each claim but has a masterful index permitting one to verify consistency.
I also recommend 'Selected by Extraterrestrials' by Tompkins and the work of all the other whistleblowers in this field.