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UFO's Exopolitics and the New World Disorder
UFO's Exopolitics and the New World Disorder
by Ed V. Komarek
Edition: Paperback
Price: £10.35

5.0 out of 5 stars Plenty of new content, 3 Aug. 2014
Great book that covers new ground on many topics including descriptions and case studies of the tall whites (TW). I have been researching the topic of UFO's for many years and quite a few of the stories by professional people are new to me which is always refreshing. The book is broken down into sensible sections dealing with topics such as the military interaction with ET's, anti-gravity technology as well as a host of other topics. Amongst my favourite chapters is the insight into the secret space programme, although having said that I really enjoyed them all. I would however, advise Mr Komarek to get himself a good editor for his next book as there are many spelling and grammar errors throughout the text. They do not, in my opinion, detract from the excellent content, hence the award of 5 stars. More please.


Hunt For Zero Point
Hunt For Zero Point
by Nick Cook
Edition: Paperback
Price: £8.99

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5.0 out of 5 stars Thoroughly engrossing, 1 Aug. 2014
This review is from: Hunt For Zero Point (Paperback)
This book was quite a surprise as it is written in the style of a story. I would classify it as a sort of military detective story that is both thoroughly engrossing and entertaining. I would thoroughly recommend it for any fans of conspiracy theory, in particular those who are interested in anti-gravity drives. The suggestion is that the technology is available now but suppressed or in use only in deep black projects. There are some interesting observations, such as the fact that according to Bill Gunston OBE the stealth bomber does not have enough thrust or lift from its engine spec to lift its 376,500 pound weight of the ground. It uses anti gravity technology to reduce its weight, intriguing indeed, especially coming from someone so respected in the industry, as here is the technology apparently in plain sight. Great book well worth the read, one of those rare breeds I will read again as it has so much to take in with just one read through.


UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record
UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record
by Leslie Kean
Edition: Paperback
Price: £11.38

5.0 out of 5 stars If you believe, read. If you don't believe, still read as by the end you will, 31 July 2014
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Having read many books on UFO's throughout my life it was quite refreshing to read Leslie's. From the start you could tell this would be an honest account from someone who was initially sceptical about their existence yet found themselves increasingly drawn into the real world of UFO's where constant checking and verifying was needed to separate the "wheat from the chaff". The book brings in encounters from real incidents as told by the professionals who witnessed them, it also details the authors slow realisation that this whole subject is stonewalled regardless of the evidence presented and as a result of the lack of proper scientific investigation is ridiculed by many. Its books like this one that will help to change that mindset and make people realise how only man in his arrogance and naivety could think we were alone in this vast universe with billions of stars. I would conclude that this book is an ideal starter for any one who doubts the authenticity of this topic to read.


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