Aupes J. Douglas Tyler

ISBN: 9781424124244

Published: October 1st 2011

Paperback

270 pages


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Aupes  by  J. Douglas Tyler

Aupes by J. Douglas Tyler
October 1st 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 270 pages | ISBN: 9781424124244 | 5.68 Mb

Some people perhaps the perceptive ones, perhaps the gullible, Believed.Some said that lines on the ground in South America were alien landing strips. Others contended that corn circles were complex messages. It had been argued that even the BibleMoreSome people perhaps the perceptive ones, perhaps the gullible, Believed.Some said that lines on the ground in South America were alien landing strips. Others contended that corn circles were complex messages. It had been argued that even the Bible contained descriptions of alien spaceships as pillars of fire. Those who really Believed knew that Earth had been visited over thousands of years by travellers from other worlds.So-called reliable witnesses gave undramatic factual accounts.

Airline and air force pilots reported craft doing impossible things. Police officers saw flying saucers on the ground. Radar operators saw blips that shouldnt do what they did.But, naturally, some people refused to accept the evidence, arguing that there were rational, earthbound explanations for these phenomena. The late twentieth century boom in flying saucer spotting was explained as weather balloons, low flying aircraft and other mundane occurrences.

Roswell? Area 51? These were of no significance at all if you refused to Believe.There were of course those who had met Them. Their accounts may have been dismissed as tricks of the memory, lies or the product of hallucinogenic drugs but these people Believed. But none of these people could ever know how important they really were. Because they were momentously significant.



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