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I did like the way he presented evidence and made conclusions in the book.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. When a book makes you re-evaluate and ask questi An excellent book dealing with the subject of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenoa. Vallee detailed his new screening process of witnesses that can be completed in the field or when calls come in OVNIBASE ; I agree the problem would be the practicality of implementation; basically everyone who would, could or should receive these reports from witnesses would have to have access to the database, and I don’t know how feasible that would be in some of the remote witness locations MR.
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact by Jacques F. Vallée
He gives more information on Dr. From inside the book. It cojfrontations that UFOs are a multidimensional phenomena bending time and spacethat they interact with human consciousness on an intimate level, and that they can potentially be summoned. No eBook available Amazon. This is rather like Vallee’s much earlier book, Anatomy of a Phenomenon, representing both an elaboration of his earlier suggestions for research and the results of his own study during the intervening decades.
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Provided that some issues are put in their right place: He also started experiencing some creepy paranormal encounters with mysterious visitors and a recurring triangular marking that showed up jacqies on his stomach. Mathieu Gaudreault rated it really liked it Jul 09, Vicki rated it it was amazing Aug 07, The author presented the facts: Nov 06, Julie rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Vallee studied astronomy, became a scientific programmer and an investigator in projects for the US department of Defense.
View all 6 comments. Vallee studied astronomy, became a scientific programmer and an investigator in projects for the US department of Defense. Well, the focus is at least in part on harm — and even death, being inflicted upon humans in their encounters with UFOs.
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Where does it all lead? Confrongations, Vallee takes a sample of events: Jacques Vallee takes a more biographical and humanistic approach to the body of experience and I think confrontatjons makes the argument that the term experience is the best one of the UFO phenomenon, coming at with a fresh approach, even today, asking the important question that neither side This book won’t change any set minds of skeptics or believers, but for anyone curious about the strangeness of reported experiences with odd aerial, and, often times, not so aerial, phenomenon, it will make you think.
Although fascinating, the phenomenon can be dangerous to those who witness it. In this case, a clearly and thought-provoking work that adds credibility to this psuedo-science viewed subject. Going far beyond theoretical analysis, Dr. I gathered through reading that he doesn’t have much use for a lot of ufo groups that hone in on eye-witnesses, collecting data and evidence using a variety of techniques including hypnosis. Confrontationswritten inwas one of his last books on the subject.
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Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact
Refresh and try again. From the dean of ufologists, an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations. He stress This is the first book I have read by Jacques Vallee. I guess the questions and answers will continue to compile until we get some definitive evidence that can be scrutinized by science. When a book makes you re-evaluate and ask questions and seek out more research material, then it well deserves five stars. It opens an entirely new line of thought and possibility.
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