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Selected by Extraterrestrials: My life in the top secret world of UFOs, think-tanks and Nordic secretaries Paperback – December 9, 2015
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May Surprise readers: Nazi syndicates still thrive
Ran across a name of German friend's Dad in the book. He was a Nazi aerospace engineer from Operation Paperclip post WWII. These are husbands, grandfathers, friends, OUR neighbors. We are in this together!
There are hard to read parts: Key Club...Occult behavior and unhealthy sexuality, manipulation of the engineers! People who are abducted or vanish! Deals to exchange ET technology allowing syndicates to abduct humans for DNA. But to heal we must accept these dark parts of the narrative...The leadership giving up our free will to allow us to be in this master slave arrangement with the reptilians-enough already. We need to grow up, move on and raise our consciousness to heal and enter the golden age and be a good galactic neighbor and custodian of earth.
In the book, Selected by Extraterrestrials, author Bill Tompkins attempts to reveal his memories of his life up until about 1970. In some reports, he had copies of documents that supported his recollections. In others, he did not. One of those was an alleged recollection of a conversation held with Jacques Vallee when Jacques would have been a teen-ager in the 1950s since Vallee was born in 1939. Since Vallee’s own autobiography (Forbidden Science, volumes 1 and 2) clearly implies that he was never in the U.S. prior to 1962, it is likely that the Tompkins’ recollection of this conversation is incorrect, perhaps with respect to both timing and scope. As the editor of this book, I should have been more aggressive in establishing the authenticity or lack thereof for this quote. I have seen no written evidence that such statements were made and I believe that author Bill Tompkins does not have such evidence either.
I therefore feel it proper to apologize to Dr. Vallee for attributing to him a quote that appears to be quite unsubstantiated, and recommend that those interested in his life with respect to the UFO issue read both of his volumes of Forbidden Science and become acquainted with the exceptional insight he has offered to the UFO phenomenon in his many books and publications.
A very unusual book about a highly unusual topic, a must read, if you dare.