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Lightquest: Your Guide to Seeing and Interacting With UFOs, Mystery Lights and Plasma Intelligences
 
 

Lightquest: Your Guide to Seeing and Interacting With UFOs, Mystery Lights and Plasma Intelligences [Kindle Edition]

Andrew Collins , Gregory Little
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LightQuest is a startling new way to embrace and investigate the UFO phenomenon. Since the modern flying saucer era began in 1947 we have been conditioned to see UFOs as interplanetary craft and their occupants either as intergalactic ambassadors or invaders from space. Tales of crashed saucers, ancient aliens, crop circles, and alien abductions dominate UFO literature and media presentations, but has this led us astray? Evidence now points to UFOs, mystery lights, and alien intelligences being far more exotic than we have ever imagined. They now can be seen as sentient energy forms and complex plasma constructs manifestations of a higher dimensional reality that has co-existed with the human race since time immemorial, and was in the past seen as the Realm of Faerie. This book embraces a new understanding of the UFO phenomenon by accepting that its existence is deeply rooted in everything from quantum entanglement to multi-dimensional experiences, strange worlds that interpenetrate our own, and psychic communications. Even the alien abduction is described, defined and clearly understood for the first time. LightQuest is also a field guide to some of Britain and the United States' top UFO hotspots: where to go, what to do, and what exactly you might expect to see there. It also includes a creative visualization to be used by light questers worldwide to commune with the light intelligences in the hope of drawing them into manifestation. Some of the locations detailed include: Roswell, NM; Piedmont. MO; Marfa, TX; Allagash, ME; Brown Mountain, NC; Indian Head Rock, NH; Yakima/Mt. Adams, WA; Avebury, UK; Alton Barnes, UK; Warminster, UK; Aveley, UK; Peak District, UK; Rendlesham, UK; and the Dove Dale Valley, UK. Heavily illustrated throughout with numerous maps, photos and illustrations and includes an 8-page 24 color photo insert. Contains an extensive Introduction by Dr. Gregory L. Little that details the first university-based scientific field study of UFOs (researching UFO manifestations in Missouri as they actually occurred). This study, conducted in the 1970s, took place over 7 years and included over 35 physical scientists, engineers, and others utilizing sophisticated instrumentation. Nearly 160 viewing stations were employed and 157 documented sightings of 178 different UFOs were made. In addition, scientific studies of the Yakima, WA UFO reports are detailed along with the UK s Ministry of Defence Project Condign Report. UFOs are real, but they are something far more intriguing than beings from other worlds. The reality of UFO experiences is undeniable-but our interpretations of them have been marred by the UFO field insisting that they must be extraterrestrial craft.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 4963 KB
  • Print Length: 415 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Eagle Wing Books, Inc. (16 July 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008LZRMCA
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
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5.0 out of 5 stars A modern classic 3 July 2012
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This long awaited new book by Andrew Collins finally arrived a few days ago. From the impressive artwork on the cover the book goes from strength to strength, and promotes a very convincing argument that UFOs are not extra-terrestrial `space-craft', but something far more exotic, and far more exciting! Taking as its starting point `Earthlights' by Paul Devereux, Andrew makes some convincing arguments and observations about reports of UFOs and unusual lights in both America and the UK. His theory is that UFOs are in fact a form of plasma based inter-dimensional intelligence that interacts with our consciousness on some sort of archetypal level is very well stated.

But will this book have its fans? Without a doubt it will become a classic in the field, but I have a feeling it won't be popular. Why? Modern UFOlogists are obsessed that UFOs are `ET' and nothing will shake them from this. The Skeptics believe UFOs are all explainable by natural means. This leave's Andrews book stuck somewhere in the middle. This is a shame, and I hope I'm wrong, as the idea that plasma based conscious intelligence is interacting with us is a very exciting one.

Minor quibbles. Every book has them! For me, there was too much time spent on Roswell. The section on Rendlesham had some imaginative leaps regarding place-names and Beowulf (too imaginative for me!) and I would have liked to have seen more on techniques for interacting with these plasma intelligences. Also, considering the scope of this book, it would have been good to see some reference to another book on light anomalies - `Spiritual Encounters with Unusual Light Phenomena' by Dr. Mark Fox (University of Wales Press)

If you had read Andrews other excellent books, `The Circle Makers' and `Alien Energy' you get a feel for where this book is going, although I would have liked to have seen more of the `Alien Energy' material in this current book.

Overall though, a great book with some great ideas!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting theory set out for the lay person 22 July 2012
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Andrew Collins has always been a sensible and rational writer on matters which border on the paranormal, particularly - as in this case - the UFO mystery. His writings on ancient civilisations are very worthwhile and his book on Atlantis (Gateway to Atlantis) is certainly one of the best on that subject.

The present book is a development on his earlier small tome Alien Energy, about how light forms may be interacting with the human mind, a book which should have enjoyed a wider audience. However, it seems to have had a short life, and one not very mainstream. Here, it seems the publishers have set out to market the present book by having a picture of an alien being on the cover, and a subtitle which, until the book is read, when the reasoning becomes clear, has the air of New Ageism about it.(One wonders though if this was the author's subtitle or the publisher's.) For anyone seeking spacecraft with pilots from Zeta Reticuli and elsewhere, don't look here. Which is why Collins spends some time summarising the spurious and infamous Roswell event of 1947, before going on to cover the stories of numerous UFO (and mystery lights) 'hot-spots' such as Marfa, Avebury, Warminster, Rendelsham Forest,etc. together with accounts of some alleged 'abductions'. If all this seems old hat it's really a means to an end. And a very interesting end it is. In these days of quantum physics it's not such a big step to contemplate a development of earlier ideas which didn't take off at that time amongst researchers and thinkers on this subject, such as the research of Wilhelm Reich and the books of Trevor James Constable, who posited the concept of bioforms in the atmosphere which could somehow interact with human consciousness. Take this a step further and we enter the esoteric realms of the Theosophists etc.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable and thorough 5 Jan 2014
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As I would expect from this author, this book is no mere re-telling of UFO stories and experiences but a new way of considering the genuinely unexplained phenomena in the skies. He deals with the issues carefully and precisely but in a manner that is engaging for the reader. I would say that the material presented in the book is challenging both to traditional science and also to some strands of UFO thought.
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5.0 out of 5 stars An absorbing easy read 17 July 2013
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I bought this book because I am interested in UFO's and multi-verse theories.

The book describes people's experiences with UFO and Aliens and gives detailed accounts with phenomena as well as possible explanations and theories.

Strange and unexplicable things can happen to anyone at anytime regardless of belief.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Thought provoking take on the Ufo phenomena 20 May 2013
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One word, Brilliant!
This book changes the way that you view Ufology
I urge anyone who has an interest in all things Fortean to read it.
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