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The Keepers: An Alien Message for the Human Race Paperback – Apr 2006


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  • Paperback: 235 pages
  • Publisher: Wildflower Press (April 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1930724055
  • ISBN-13: 978-1930724051
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.6 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,926,001 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Since 1988, Jim Sparks has been working with intelligent, non-human beings from off-planet locations. Unlike any other abductees, he has conscious awareness of his experiences with approximately 95 percent clear recall of technology, including time travel, invisibility, multidimensionality, and manipulation of gravity and electromagnetic fields. His firsthand reports of sperm extraction, breeding programs, shape-shifting, and thought-activated transport are astonishing, as is his personal journey from anger at the invasion to gratitude for the opportunity to be a part of saving the Earth from self-destruction.After a 1996 mass abduction, Jim was initiated as a participant, rather than as an unwilling abductee. It became clear to him that some ETs have become very concerned about their investment in planet Earth. He was given a message: 'Your planet is dying'. He was told to instruct humanity to: restore the Earth's ecological balance, grant amnesty to those who have suppressed the truth about the long-term alien presence on Earth, and bring forth all the concealed knowledge and technologies that extraterrestrial visitors have given to humans.

He is an ambassador for human cosmic awareness and a voice for the ridiculed and dismissed people who have been contacted by alien civilisations. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By David Griffin on 1 Mar. 2007
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Jim Spark's was on one level the most unlikely candidate for a long-term series of contacts or 'abductions' [being 'taken' seems to be the preferred term these days] but this makes this account all the more real. His name has been around the international UFO circle for several years so I was pleased to see this book finally released so we could get some detail on his experiences.

There are many contactee cases out there and documented - this phenomena is too big to be all hoax, we're sort of past that point now. Jim's stands out however as he writes with none of the cliches or language of pseudo spirituality. Instead we see the journey of an environmentally aware finance consultant as he progresses through several years of very bizzare 'schooling' sessions with a group of alien supervisors and their smaller worker beings - the classic tall and short 'greys'. The authors resilience when faced with being repeatedly taken out of his life seems to be what gave him his superior recall of what went on in the alien environment. At certain points - this almost became violent - but as a degree of mutual respect was learned over time, their relationship became profound.

Ultimately we learn more about the ET prescence on our planet through Jim's account than we do from numerous other contacts or 'chanelling' scenarios from other, less convincing authors. By the end of the book - we are presented with a situation that is both desperate yet hopeful and revolves around providing an amnesty for the mistakes of those in power to date. I won't reveal much more. It's enough to say that this deceivingly simple little book had a big impact on me and made a friend of mine, who I passed it onto afterwards, burst into tears... something you don't see too often.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Bob Lock on 22 Aug. 2008
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There is much in this book that is strangely familiar.

Some of it is extremely disturbing... but it is something that Jim Sparks had to endure... in order to present us with the message.

Unlike other accounts of alien abduction (obtained via hypnosis), this is Jim Sparks' own account of what actually happened (from conscious memories).

Whether you believe what he has written is true, or not, is up to you.

But... please... read what he has to say.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Understudy on 31 Dec. 2009
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Drawn to the subject through Dr John E Mack's work, Jim Sparks is an 'experiencer' interviewed by Mack and this book is his personal and unadulterated story of his amazing experiences, unique insofar as Sparks has very clear recollection without regression.

The simple matter-of-fact delivery of Spark's story is both endearing and compelling, keeping me so transfixed I read it in two days. It opens up another world, or maybe dimension, and offers a lay persons perspective, and perhaps a real-world experience of other dimensions theorised by physicists such as Michio Kaku, but also possibly 'the afterlife' and time itself.

I was left wanting more, and frustratingly wishing for more insight, or even his personal speculation as to potentially high-level government collaboration eluded to (yes - don't say it: conspiracy theories), but maybe this is a merit of the book that it is not a personal interpretation, and remains a record pure and simple.

What a remarkable story and maybe one day Sparks, and others like him, will be relieved of their burden and the wider public cynicism to their 'fantastic' experiences.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andy007 on 10 Jan. 2010
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I don't normally read books but this one got me hooked instantly and never failed to deliver excitement and intrigue the whole way through. Absolutely amazing, it takes you on a completely mind warping journey from start to finish. The author has a real talent for keeping to the facts which in most books are a distorted to make the journey more interesting but this story really didn't need any of that. If you open your mind to what clearly must be logical then you will enjoy this book and it will open and expand your understanding of what is and where we are in the universe at this moment in time and space..

As a none reading type this book had me completely enthralled very quickly and I read the whole thing cover to cover in 2 sittings, which I have to confess is a record for me. I recomend this as a must read purchase for anyone who is willing to accept the fact it is impossible that we are alone... Enjoy!!!The Keepers
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sally Walker on 27 Jan. 2010
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This is the third book I have read that gives a first hand account of what it is like to be abducted by aliens, ETs, etc. The others being Mike Oram's book and Communion by Whitley Striber and like these I found Jim Spark's equalling compelling and convincing. This is because the account is so obviously given by a genuine guy with no hinden agenda. In addition, many of Jim's experiences bear similarities with those of Mike in particular and to an extent with those of Whitley.

However, what sets Jim's account apart, is that it is based almost entirely upon what he has conciously remembered without first being regressed through hypnosis. I currently know of no similarly derived abductee account.

Jim, more than once in his book describes himself as being an ordinary person, and this is clear throughout. What is equally clear is the profound effect that his experiences have had upon him, not surprisingly.

The content of page 202 I found incredibly thought provoking. If I understand him correctly, he is saying that the 'aliens' we commonly call the 'greys' are in fact human tourists coming back in time from 50 - 100,000 thousand years in the future, on a sort of pleasure trip. In other words through evolution over thousands of years we become shorter, thinner, our heads and eyes enlarge and we lose our emotions. However, previously on page 120 he describes the 'greys' as
being the worker aliens. I find this confusing and on the face of it contradictory. I have sent Jim an email asking him if he would provide some clarification on this point, but as at the time of writing this I have not had a response. But please check out the content of both of these pages and see what you think.
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