5 Best Books On UFOs



The last decades were not only the time of the sexual revolution, ecological crisis and many other cataclysms of our century, but also the time of another mysterious and frightening phenomenon. We are talking about unidentified flying objects.

How do people explain the UFO phenomenon? Why do cosmic versions prevail in these explanations? Science fiction seems to have played a big role here. At a critical time for mankind, science fiction suggests relying on guests from outer space who will solve all earthly problems and lead mankind to a new historical era.

Science fiction prepared people for the appearance of UFOs. The most detailed and meaningful testimonies come from normal, educated people who are responsible for their words, who are shocked and lost in conjecture about what they saw. What do they usually see in such situations?

Close contacts are the most interesting and revealing. It was then that the UFO phenomenon reveals itself from the psychic side. There are three types of such contacts.

Close contacts of the first kind are observations of luminous objects from a short distance. When describing the shape of a UFO, it is usually defined as oval, sometimes with a dome on top. Counterclockwise rotating lights are often seen. The UFO hovers low above the ground and then disappears at an incredible speed, usually taking off vertically without a sound. Contacts of the first kind are striking and often terrifying, but after them no material traces remain.

Close encounters of the second kind are different in that they leave some startling physical and sometimes psychological traces. These are marks on the ground, burnt or scorched trees. This is also the impact on technology - interference in radios and stopping car engines. The effect on people is observed - brief paralysis or numbness, fever, nausea and other unpleasant sensations, temporary loss of a feeling of heaviness, sudden healing from injuries and diseases, disappearance of scars on the body. Animals in such cases begin to behave in an unusual way.

Another common type of contacts of the second kind is the meeting of people with UFOs. They occur, as a rule, at night, at some distance from settlements. A luminous object lands nearby in a field or road in front of a car or truck, the engine stalls, the headlights go out, and people sitting in the car look at the UFO in horror, until it usually disappears, soaring into the sky with a candle. After its disappearance, the motor starts to work, sometimes starting up arbitrarily.

But the most interesting are close contacts of the third kind. These are meetings with UFO pilots or their passengers. What are these meetings? Real contact with guests from space or something else? Most often, UFO pilots behave more or less calmly: they take soil samples, collect stones, examine buildings with interest, or repair their ship.

And, finally, the most exciting contacts of the third kind are conversations with UFO pilots or abductions by them. From forced acquaintances with guests from space, impressions are so traumatic for the psyche that the consciousness does not fix them. Only some time later, these people agree to a hypnosis session, in a state of which they give explanations for the mysterious loss of time associated with close contacts.

Now let's talk about some interesting facts related to unidentified flying objects.

The first published book to use the term UFO was Donald E Keyhoe's 1953 Flying Saucers from Space.

Donald E Keyhoe books: flying saucers from outer space

Between 1947 and 1969, 12,618 UFO sightings were recorded in Project Blue Book, a UFO research agency headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. To date, 701 of these cases are considered “unidentified”.

UFOs were originally called flying saucers, but the more neutral phrase unidentified flying objects or UFOs was later coined by the US Air Force in 1953 to include forms other than saucers or discs.

Most alien encounter films fall into one of two subcategories: 1) alien invasion films, in which humanity must fight hostile aliens, or 2) angel technology films, in which friendly aliens try to help humanity.

The Bermuda Triangle is an area in the Atlantic Ocean in which unusual events take place. One popular explanation is that there is a secret underwater UFO base in the area, and that there is something about the UFOs coming and going, responsible for the destruction / disappearance of Earth's ships and aircraft.

On July 8, 1947, the public information service in Roswell, New Mexico announced the discovery of a crashed flying disc from a ranch near Roswell. The government said it was an experimental balloon that was part of a secret program. However, critics say the government is hiding the discovery of an extraterrestrial spacecraft and its inhabitants.

The 1961 television film UFO Incident was one of the first films to feature a real alien rather than a saucer. The aliens had huge heads with elongated eyes and gray skin. In previous decades, aliens were usually described in different ways, such as small aliens the size of a smurf, large robots, or reptiles. By the 70s and 80s, the Grays, as they came to be called, dominated reporting. However, in other countries, grays were much less common. For example, in Russia, aliens usually had a tiny head, which was the opposite of how a large-headed and fragile body was portrayed in America.

In the 1960s, popular culture shifted the emphasis from flying saucers to pilots. There have been more reports of talking face-to-face with aliens or visiting their usually friendly homeworlds. By the 1970s, aliens had become more threatening and turned to criminal acts such as mutilating livestock, extruding mysterious symbols on farmland, and kidnapping.

A 1991 Roper special poll shows that 4 million people believe they have been abducted by aliens.

The 1993 film Fire in the Sky follows the 1975 kidnapping of Travis Walton. Before the credits for the film begin, the title page notes that Walton recently took a lie test about the incident. However, in reality, the studio orchestrated tests to draw attention to the film's release. Walton has failed or had inconclusive results from the authorities' polygraph tests.

Some researchers point out that the popular TV series The X-Files (1993-2002) marked the end of the Enlightenment because it depicted a world drifting away from superstition and religion and away from reason and science.

On November 23, 1953, Senior Lieutenant Felix Eugene Moncla, Jr. was dispatched to intercept an unidentified flying object over Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Approaching the object, Moncl's plane disappeared from the radar screen and was never detected.

The study of crop circles is known as cereology. The first known crop circles appeared in Queensland, Australia in 1965. Crop circles fueled UFO myths, and UFO myths added meaning to otherwise incomprehensible signs in grain fields.

Research has shown that most UFOs report misidentified objects or natural phenomena such as airplanes, balloons, noctilucent clouds, nacreous clouds, meteors, or, to a lesser extent, hoaxes. Between 5% and 20% of recorded sightings remain unexplained.

Thousands of documents released under the Freedom of Information Act show that US agencies have collected and continue to collect information about UFOs. These agencies include the Defense Intelligence Agency, the FBI, the CIA, the NSA, and the military agencies of the Army, Navy, and Air Force.

UFO books

As it became clear from the facts given above, humanity does not push the UFO theme to the last place in its work - films, books. No matter how it may seem that all this is fantasy, it is very interesting to read about an unidentified celestial object, because people by their nature are always drawn to mysterious and amazing things.

For example, the most famous book about the alien invasion belongs to the author HG Wells, and is called The War of the Worlds. The book tells how, in the early 20th century, people notice unusual flares on Mars, a “lifeless, empty” red planet. In the process of observation, people understand that some objects are flying to the planet, and they expect that this will be an interesting contact that will go down in history, and possibly initiate a new historical era. But the Martians turn out to be not friendly at all, and their high technologies are simply amazing.

1. Underwater UFOs

Underwater UFOs, a book by the author V. G. Azhazh, released on January 1, 2008. According to the cover, sensational facts about underwater UFOs and more await the reader in this book. It costs $ 10.15.

2. Chasing UFOs

UFO Chase, a book by V. G. Azhazh, released on January 1, 2007. The author of the book promises readers that after reading it, you can understand the truth about UFOs, and also learn interesting unexpected facts about flying saucers. This book costs $ 42.99.

3. Encyclopedia of delusions

Encyclopedia of Delusions, a book by S. A. Mazurkevich, released January 1, 2004 . The book really looks like an encyclopedia, only it tells about UFOs, healers and other interesting phenomena that people are unable to interpret. The price of the book is $ 46.99.

4. All about anomalies. Reincarnation. Telepathy. UFO. Telekinesis. Life after death

Another interesting book about the unknown is called “All About Anomalies. Reincarnation. Telepathy. UFO. Telekinesis. Life After Death ”, published by AST on January 1, 2008. As the name implies, the book tells not only about flying saucers, but also about other interesting things, for example, even Stephen King has a book Telekinesis, so this material will definitely be useful for studying.

5. UFO. They are already here

UFO. They are already here ”, a book by the author Lolly Zamoyski, published on January 1, 2002. Even if you do not open the book, you can understand from its title and picture on the cover that it will be about an alien invasion of Earth. But whether it will be peaceful, or will have to fight for the blue sky above your head without aliens, you can find out by reading it. The book costs 179.10 dollars.






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