- Paperback: 220 pages
- Publisher: Conspiracy Journal/Global Communications; Large - 8x11 - Format edition (May 8, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1606110616
- ISBN-13: 978-1606110614
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.6 x 11 inches
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Christa Tilton recommends a paper called The Controllers by Martin Cannon. She wonders if the American government somehow beams alien images into people's mind from some type of implant. She recounts her unpleasant encounter with reported "Aviary" contact Bill Moore and wonders if "Aviary" insiders Scott Jones and Claiborne Pell were involved in dream implantation experiment on "certain susceptible individuals". Inevitably, AFOSI's Richard Doty features prominently.
In the absence of evidence, ultimately the book is a pointless exercise. Did President Truman visit the "Lower Realms" of Mount Shasta in the capacity of a "High Archon" on earth? Are Pleiadean-backed Sirian humanoids in conflict with Orion-backed Sirian reptiloids? Anyone interested in questions such as these might like this book.
For me I would have been more generous and give it a Five star!
The author did a good job about the Bennewitz Affair, sad to see that a very intelligent scientist was driven to a nervous breakdown. And deemed as a nut case, I am an Engineer, and understand the logic and analysis he gave to his believe that there was something going on at Marzano. Probably he stumbled into something that he was not supposed to... And his biggest mistake was to approach the Air Force with all the data, film and photos. Said biggest mistake, because from that point on (circa 1980) He placed himself into a position that he could not be ignored, led to his total character Assassination and ending in an Induced nervous breakdown is important to note that Mr.Bennewitz, had his own company in NM On a building just outside Kirkland AF Base...he was probably to brilliant for his own good.
You will appreciate the closing chapters in the book, were Dr.M.Salla provides a detail analysis of the subject of underground bases, their existence and also How the Funding on Black Operation Projects is done,... Right wrong or indifferent, this is probably the only way to keep them out of the Media.
Don't be turned off by the silly "B-movie-style" cover and ads. I don't know why Beckley chose such a format. Plus, much of the book contains pages that were obviously reproduced, as the quality of the pictures and print is often second-rate. But, as with all books, "you cannot judge a book by its cover." I am giving this 5 stars solely for the content. If you are a person who must know all there is to know about the "Dulce base," then this book is required reading. Of course, I cannot vouch for the veracity of any of the material, as much of it is theoretical, not factual. But, this is the case with almost all books on UFO's and aliens.