By Jerome Clark
Extraordinary Encounters: An Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrials and Otherworldly BeingS≪/i> is the 1st ever illustrated A–Z encyclopedia to discover those interesting modern-day ideals, personalities, beings, and occasions. one of the beings you are going to meet in its pages are Abraham, a set of hugely advanced entities that talk in a single voice; Metranon, the divine interface among God and the Outer Worlds (and someday outdated testomony angel); and The Planetary Council, whose participants contain Jove, Merlin, Quetzalcoatl, and Lao-Tzu.
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M. on June 10. When none came, ONI lost interest and turned the letters over to the navy’s Bureau of Aeronautics. John Hutson, a security officer, was curious enough to fly up to Eliot for two days in late July. On his return he spoke with an FBI agent, but the agency chose not to pursue the matter. In the summer of 1959 navy Commander Julius Larsen, an ONI liaison officer to the CIA’s Photographic Intelligence Center in Washington, DC, stumbled upon a file on the incident. Larsen, a navy pilot who harbored a private fascination with spiritualism, called on Swan and Knowles.
Html Sitchin, Zecharia, 1976. The Twelfth Planet. New York: Stein and Day. ———, 1980. The Stairway to Heaven. New York: St. Martin’s Press. ———, 1985. The Wars of Gods and Men. New York: Avon Books. Apol, Mr. In the mid to late 1960s, while researching material for a series of books, occult journalist John A. Keel allegedly received a series of phone calls from “Mr. Apol,” a badly confused, interdimensional entity. Apol did not know where he was in time, often confusing past and future, and traveling through both involuntarily.
Two of them, Christopher Allan and Steuart Campbell, interviewed Davies who admitted the hoax and added that he had rewritten the original manuscript to disguise Moore’s distinctive literary style. After the hoax was exposed for the first time in print in the London ufology journal Magonia, Moore professed to be outraged, threatened legal retaliation, and then retreated into telling silence. See Also: Adamski, George; Brown’s Martians; Dentons’s Martians and Venusians; Hopkins’s Martians; Khauga; Martian bees; Mince-Pie Martians; Monka; Muller’s Martians; Orthon; Shaw’s Martians; Smead’s Martians; Wilcox’s Martians Further Reading Allan, Christopher, and Steuart Campbell, 1986.
Extraordinary Encounters: An Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrials and Otherworldy Beings by Jerome Clark