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A.D. After Disclosure: When the Government Finally Reveals the Truth About Alien Contact [Paperback]

Richard M. Dolan , Bryce Zabel , Foreword by Jim Marrs
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15 May 2012
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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: New Page (15 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1601632223
  • ISBN-13: 978-1601632227
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,646 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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4.0 out of 5 stars This book changed my mind... 11 Oct 2012
By A Craig
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I have to agree with the excellent review by A.Mutimer, and so wont repeat all that he says, but suffice to say being a bit of a 'truth seeker' myself, and growing up addicted to shows like Dark Skies and the Xfiles I really supported the idea of disclosure... but now, once one understands the sheer impact that such a revelation would have on humanity,I think it would spell disaster on so many fronts.

Plus, simply, 1)I do not think Joe Public wants to know, let alone could even handle the truth, and are happy to be kept in the dark and go about their daily lives and struggles. We can't even keep our own yards in order, the economies are in meltdown etc, this would be the final nail in the coffin for society as we know it, and so will be prevented at all costs, even if everybody ends up knowing they are living a lie - the alternative is just to difficult to accept. 2) The Government will never officially disclose this information, unless a UFO lands on the lawn of The Whitehouse or something similar, but as the 'others' have not made themselves known for the past 60+ years, they obviously want to stay this way and so the status quo will remain...

I myself, reluctantly admit that I do not want to give up my comfortable lifestyle and place in this world to be subject to a tsunami of upheaval, shocking revelations, fear, political and social unrest, economic disaster....etc etc and all this before we even get to what the 'Others' and their UFO agenda even is... that could truly be something so terrible I for one do not wish to know and will happily be blissfully unaware..until maybe it is too late.. the mind boggles
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4.0 out of 5 stars Hard to write...and it shows 15 July 2012
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This books sits on some assumptions; the UFOs exist; the government (or rather some splinter of it) knows this; there comes a moment when they cannot keep the lid on the secret any longer. From there the logic of what follows is teased out and discussed and the authors do pretty good job of it.

I heard Richard Dolan give a lecture in which he says this book was VERY hard to write. I believe it. This is a very difficult topic to write about mainly because we do not know the nature of the alien agenda. That means we do not know where governments stand in relation to them prior to disclosure. The devil is in this detail.

Also, although the authors do a great job of going through the effects on our institutions what they cannot guess is the overall impact. The biggest question here is, does humanity snap-back or not? Their answer to this question is, yes. They foresee huge disruption, but they see us coming through. Their only reservation is in the case where the alien agenda is hostile to us. The devil is also in the big picture.

The book has clearly been written and re-written and re-written again. The way you can test this is that you could start this book from almost any chapter and it would make perfect sense. You could shuffle the chapters and the same thing would still happen. There is very little linear progression. It is a series of parallel processes presented one after the other in order to make a readable book.

The authors say that as they wrote the book they moved from a position of indignance that the disclosure is being withheld to having more respect and understanding for the people who keep that secret. In this sense they have moved to where I have been for many years.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Read 15 Jan 2013
By Keithy
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This book gives a good understanding of various scenarios that may play out once Disclosure takes place.
It does get the brain thinking, and everyone should give this book a read, if you believe in alien visitation or not.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book. 6 April 2013
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In enjoyed the book and read with an open mind. I can't say after reading this that I would welcome disclosure having learned that a number of senior informed insiders cry themselves to sleep at night knowing the true reality of what's happening, but I hope some day it does come so I can say to my friends I was right!
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Richard Dolan and Bryce Zabel contend that aliens have been visiting Earth or residing here for many years, and that a secretive group of people with extensive power and influence has conspired to cover this up. They refer to it, with capital letters, as the "Breakaway Group" or, more whimsically, and with lower case letters, as the "breakaway civilization"! However, they argue that the truth can't be kept from the public indefinitely, and that some sort of official admission (disclosure) is inevitable, and could come soon.

The book is largely taken up with speculations about the possible consequences of disclosure. For example, will it cause mass panic or affect people's religious convictions?

The authors refer to the presumed aliens as the "Others", which has some merit, because it's conceivable that - if they exist - these beings started visiting Earth, or were living here, before the human race appeared on the scene. If so, the Others could hardly be described as 'alien' to the planet. Indeed, it may be that they played a role in our creation and have tinkered with human evolution. However, the authors keep an open mind as to the nature of the Others (e.g. whether they're extraterrestrial or 'inter-dimensional').

In Dolan and Zabel's view, it's likely that the Breakaway Group answers not so much to US presidents as to private, internationally-based people and groups (p. 80). Indeed, the authors refer to the claim that even if presidents are briefed about the matter, which may not always be the case, they may have little authority in this area (pp. 277-279).
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