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Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls: The Conspiracy to Genetically Tamper with Humanity Paperback – January 19, 2010
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"All in all I can't recommend this book highly enough to the serious minded reader. Scientist or philosopher, if you can hitch up your prejudices for a moment and I for one know how difficult this is, and give this a go, you'll find this book a very interesting read at the very least and one that might inspire you to take these ideas further. It provides not just the most terrifying warning of our predicament as a species, but it also gives us a deeply realistic look at the marvelous alternative that waits those who heed this warning. It's life-transforming stuff." (Ray Palmer, reviewer, Feb 2010)
"Whether you believe Grey aliens exist or not, or don't really care, you'd better sit up and take notice of what Nigel Kerner has to say in his astonishing thesis. A journalist, screenwriter and author (The Song of the Greys), Kerner has a keen intellect and well-honed research skills. In 1997, he set his attention on the Grey aliens phenomenon, interviewing eyewitnesses and abductees and making contact with individuals, many in military or intelligence fields who cannot safely speak out. . . . This longstanding Grey presence cold be the ultimate conspiracy." (Nexus New Times, Vol. 17, No. 4, June-July 2010)
"More than twenty years ago, reveals Kerner, his teenage son asked him if UFOs were real. In an attempt to convince his son that it was all a load of nonsense, he began to investigate the subject, but instead found himself adopting the opposite view. . . . While I certainly do not agree with all of Kerner's conclusions, I found his book a delight to read. Kerner has written a stimulating intellectual adventure with a powerful spiritual message for humankind." (Louis Proud, New Dawn, No. 121, Jul/Aug 2010)
“Nigel Kerner’s shocking new book totally redefines the nature of the alien presence on our planet. In a detailed study that is certain to send shockwaves throughout the world of UFO research, Kerner offers a terrifying theory to explain the presence of the so-called extraterrestrial Greys on our world. Far from being the benevolent visitors that many abductees believe them to be, in reality aliens are cold and clinical creatures whose stark and terrible task is to reap and manipulate our very life force--the human soul--for purposes both nefarious and ominous. A book that should, and must, be read.” (Nick Redfern, author of Final Events: Alien Abductions, the Government, and the Afterlife)
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UFOs / CONSPIRACIES
“Nigel Kerner’s shocking new book totally redefines the nature of the alien presence on our planet. In a detailed study that is certain to send shock-waves throughout the world of UFO research, Kerner offers a terrifying theory to explain the presence of the so-called extraterrestrial Greys on our world. A book that should, and must, be read.”
--Nick Redfern, author of Final Events: Alien Abductions, the Government, and the Afterlife
In 1997 Nigel Kerner first introduced the notion of aliens known as Greys coming to Earth, explaining that Greys are sophisticated biological robots created by an extraterrestrial civilization they have long since outlived. In this new book Kerner reveals that the Greys are seeking to master death by obtaining something humans possess that they do not: souls. Through the manipulation of human DNA, these aliens hope to create their own souls and, thereby, escape the entropic grip of the material universe in favor of the timeless realm of spirit.
Kerner explains that genetic manipulation by the Greys has occurred since biblical times and has led to numerous negative qualities that plague humanity, such as violence, greed, and maliciousness. Racism, he contends, was developed by the aliens to prevent their genetic experiments from being compromised by breeding with others outside their influence. Examining historical records, Kerner shows that Jesus, who represented an uncorrupted genetic line, warned his disciples about the threat posed by these alien interlopers, while Hitler, a pure product of this alien intelligence, waged genocide in an attempt to rid Earth of all those untouched by this genetic tampering. Despite the powerful grip the Greys have on humanity, Kerner says that all hope is not lost. Greys exist wholly in the material world, so if we follow the spiritual laws of reincarnation and karma, aiming for enlightenment and rising above the material--a state the Greys are unable to reach--we can free ourselves from their grasp.
NIGEL KERNER is a screenwriter, journalist, and author of The Song of the Greys. He lives in England.
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Kerner's Theory of Everything is entirely based on the second law of thermodynamics, which states that the entropy of any isolated and closed system always increases, and expands into chaos. He heavily extrapolates this law into his theory and I think this is where his science dissolves into speculation, and is the main reason I gave this long book only two stars. Most of the book -- perhaps 75% or more-- is based on conjecture extrapolated from his interpretation of the second law of thermodynamics and his broad application of it. My understanding of this law is that it is only valid in a Newtonian system that is closed and isolated from other systems, and I disagree with Kerner's attempt to apply it to interactive and/or open systems, and quantum systems -- let alone social systems. Kerner espouses that everything in the universe is turning to chaos, but he ignores Mandelbrot's Chaos Theory that states that tiny changes in a system, with enough time, can cause huge changes throughout the system, and potentially reverse entropy and re-organize the chaos into order again. This is never mentioned, so it appears Kerner only focused on one Newtonian law generating chaos, and did not even touch upon Chaos Theory as a whole, so in my opinion even his science is incomplete. When we are talking about aliens, UFOs and quantum physics, the laws of thermodynamics do not necessarily apply because these are open and quantum systems not subject to Newtonian laws.
His view is that as the universe expands, and as planets, molecules and societies evolve, that they cannot help but morph into chaos and negativity because entropy takes over and follows the second law. In addition, he erroneously states as fact that gray aliens have tampered with the genes of ONLY Northern European Caucasians and made them domineering, greedy and warlike. In reality, the gene pools of people all over the world have been tampered with by aliens, and all races and ethnicities have had abductions. Humanity has been repeatedly tampered with since the day the aliens seeded this planet with the first humans about 200,000 years ago. His evidence is based on how awful the world is getting and how Northern European Caucasians dominated and subjugated the world and are the reason for greed and conflict on the Earth. I think this view is tunnel-visioned and ignores historical evidence that other races waged war and enslaved each other eons before Europeans began to dominate the world.
Finally, the end of the book focuses on the teachings of Jesus Christ and explains how only through becoming more like Christ can we be free from the hell of entropy and chaos. His theological ideas are quite sound and even advanced within the confines of Christian theology, but his ideas are also opinionated with a heavy Christian bias-- not scientific or even anecdotal within ufology. A great deal of the book was devoted to this topic, and it may have been included because the book is so dark, negative, and leaves little hope for humanity, stating that as our chaos expands the gray aliens will come, abduct us en mass, and steal our souls. Rubbish -- or they would have done so by now. (To be clear, I also know that some gray aliens are stealing some souls, and in fact this was a premise for my novel, Captured Souls.) However, there are many other scenarios besides mass-soul-stealing-abductions that could play out as human evolve -- or devolve -- as Kerner states.
Lastly, the book never explains how the aliens are harvesting souls, which the title implies it is about, so I felt misled after reading over 500 pages.I think Kerner has some interesting ideas and it was an interesting walk through his personal Theory of Everything -- which is why I did not give it one star, but in my opinion this book adds very little to the field of ufology.
- Aliens are made partly of mercury (the metal - hence their gray tinge) and have gold filaments inside. Perfectly incompatible with organic complexity.
- They are almost as old as the universe (!?).
- They are robots created by the first Cloned Beings (whatever that means).
- Apparently now they only serve themselves, and have outlived their purpose (probably) by eons.
- They are super intelligent but incapable of change.
- They have no emotions, but covet the eternal life conferred by having a soul.
- It is absolutely impossible for them to acquire souls, but will keep on trying until they destroy us all.
- The "evil" white race is their creation.
- White skin permits genetic manipulation with light.
- Hydrogen rings of various sizes inside human beings make us susceptible to manipulation.
- The larger your rings are (3 to 6 atoms) the better off you are.
And not a single sentence to explain where all this (some of it ancient) "knowledge" comes from. And to make it worse, the prose is rather long winded and arid.
Need I say "avoid".
The illustrative plates in this book are beautiful to look at and the insight that they provide is excellent.
This is a challenging book for the "religious" and I mean this in a good way. Those with an open mind they will find many truth's in this book.
If you are looking for a scientific explanation that is easy to read on this topic you should pick up this book, you will not be disappointed.
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