- File Size: 16151 KB
- Print Length: 136 pages
- Publisher: New Saucerian/Universe (April 30, 2017)
- Publication Date: April 30, 2017
- Language: English
- ASIN: B072BFF3RV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #712,942 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Stranger at the Pentagon (Revised) Kindle Edition
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This work, albeit an easy read which can maintain respect, is almost troubling enough to encourage a hunt for supporting information, but also equally suspicious to question the whole darn thing. Currently, the presented material cannot stand alone as it rests primarily on faith in its authorship – and within that word (faith) is the key to this work. Allow me to explain.
First, Dr. Franke E. Strange is but one on a single-digit scale of alleged sources for this event, one which involved countless military, law enforcement and government officials along the way, yet there are practically no other known quality sources to be found. None, mind you, for the reported three years (!) the Venetian guest was carousing around attending group sessions with hipsters, while the U.S. government allegedly had no interest to negotiate with a superior alien… not even a home inspection of his craft with all its technology. Hmm.
Second, Mister Thor’s nature, as portrayed in his entirety, seems to reflect that of the era with all its stereotypical yet basic science fiction on-screen gadgetry (e.g., Star Trek, piloted in 1966) and any pertinent narration revolving around Mister Thor is quite basic (i.e., Save the Earth). One particular incident involving so-called Men in Black did not go unnoticed as an analogy of the comic Spy vs Spy (launched 1961), whereby the opposing parties happened to be in white, and black, limousines. Noteworthy is that this work was first published in 1967.
Third, and moreover, Dr. Strange practically inundates the narrative with his faith, both as a reflection of his own belief but also that, apparently, of the Venetian. Certainly by itself not necessarily dismissive, but it does tread upon other sources of the hereafter.
At book’s end, I was left with an impression of projection, namely, Dr. Strange relied heavily on his educational background in theology and perhaps, just perhaps, his own flawed inward desire (by design or ailment) to be a savior of sorts. I recall the legendary journeys of Calvin & Hobbes, in which a young Calvin shared his tales of the infamous Spaceman Spiff. Same person, different “realities,” so to speak. Is Mister Thor the alter ego of Dr. Strange, created vis-à-vis the use of a few photographs of a Nordic exchange student?
Overall, an interesting read with many unanswered questions. Certainly a must for those in the genre, but where it sits after the last page is anyone’s guess and one’s own to decide. Sixty-one some years later, we’re still waiting with unanswered questions.
You are welcome my friends
All and all, a quick read that sent my mind spinning with what-ifs....highly recommend.
The book is so interesting. It certainly reflects the movie The Day The Earth Stood Still.
The author also describes his visit to the spaceship of the visitor. Maybe most readers will not believe it but .................what if it is true?
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