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Friday, 26 March 2010

Briefing for the Landing on Planet Earth

by Stuart Holroyd

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The subject of UFOs - flying saucers - used to be a matter of violent controversy. Now the argument has subsided into a kind of sullen deadlock. The people who read Flying Saucer Review are more certain than ever that the phenomena are genuine - whether or not they are really ’visitors from outer space’. The skeptics now simply decline to discuss the matter, as if it were really too silly for words. Yet if they were not hopelessly intolerant and narrow-minded, the present book would lead some of them to agree that ’ufologists’ are not all cranks and gulls.

The central figure in this book is Dr Andrija Puharich, an electronics engineer and inventor, described by Aldous Huxley as ’one of the most brilliant minds in parapsychology. Puharich is probably best known for his ’discovery’ of Uri Geller, the Israeli psychic who was launched to fame in the early 1970s when he bent spoons on British television. By that time, Puharich was already the author of two remarkable books: The Sacred Mushroom, describing his investigation of a Dutch sculptor who produced detailed memories of a ’past life’ in ancient Egypt, and Beyond Telepathy, a balanced account of some impeccable experiments with well-known ’psychics’. No ’psychical researcher’ in England or America had the slightest doubt that Puharich was a serious and totally honest observer of parapsychological phenomena.
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jsm: hmmm, gonna need to listen to this again at some point, but it amuses me how some names in the political circles keep cropping up in the strangest of places. very esoterical at times, and if channeling is your thing, then you might like this. me? well, theres casey and a miriad to boot up to today, and i most certainlly do NOT think they were all mad. i think they were being given a message, and i am going to make it my job to try to understand. well, try anyway...

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