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4.0 out of 5 stars What else of monumental importance is being withheld from the citizens of Earth?
Len Kasten has given us more detailed information about an exchange program between the U.S. and alien visitors called Ebens from a planet in the star system Zeta Reticuli. If this program is factual, it is the biggest and best kept secret of modern recorded history, and also, perhaps, one of the reasons JFK was assassinated! It has huge implications for the possible...
Published 9 months ago by Alan S. Glassman

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3.0 out of 5 stars where's the love?
Fascinating story and I wanted to believe it very much but, despite the fact that the men lived on Serpo for so many years there is nothing about how regular Serpoans function spiritually, in love, feelings, kids....none of them seem to have had relationships with them, despite the period they were there...food is described only in a cursory way with no real idea of it -...
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4.0 out of 5 stars What else of monumental importance is being withheld from the citizens of Earth?, 4 Jun. 2014
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Alan S. Glassman "pleromata" (Lancaster, PA United States) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Secret Journey To Planet Serpo: A True Story of Interplanetary Travel (Paperback)
Len Kasten has given us more detailed information about an exchange program between the U.S. and alien visitors called Ebens from a planet in the star system Zeta Reticuli. If this program is factual, it is the biggest and best kept secret of modern recorded history, and also, perhaps, one of the reasons JFK was assassinated! It has huge implications for the possible future of the inhabitants of planet Earth.

Over 30 email postings between 2005 and 2011 to the popular UFO Thread List network by a retired Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) employee called “Anonymous” gave very specific information on Project Crystal Knight. That’s the code name for the program, and its story began with the Roswell crash. As one correspondent said, “…it is important to state that there are many senior people in the U.S. intelligence and military community who are taking this information very seriously.” As a result, a website was launched named [...] with material from other anonymous contributors who were insiders on the Project. Kasten informs us, “The result was an amazing compendium of government knowledge about our relations with aliens from across the galaxy.”

It turns out that Anonymous was editor of something called the Red Book, a lengthy, “very detailed account summary, written and compiled by the U.S. government on UFO investigations dating from 1947 to the present day…updated every five years.” It covers nine different alien visitors to Earth, some of them mechanical life forms---hybrid beings who are more like robots. Kasten thinks the enormous amount of detail given by Anonymous and the fact that he’s now nearing the end of his life makes it very unlikely that the story is just imagination. And, it’s been over 25 years since the final Project Crystal Knight report---a time period set by the government for declassification and disclosure of secret documents.

Kasten explains that the exchange program was sanctioned by JFK, who wanted it to eventually be known to the public. Carl Sagan, a confirmed skeptic about ET’s, was finally called in as an expert to the project. Of course, he subsequently became an advisor to Steven Spielberg for the film Close Encounters of the Third Kind. And, Chapter 18 of this book compares the final scene in the movie to the Serpo exchange program with surprising similarities. The amazing part of the story is that the secret organization set up to deal with ET’s named Majestic 12, the president himself, and the Pentagon “were willing to send twelve American Air Force astronauts to a distant star system on an alien spaceship in 1965.”

Kasten proceeds in Part One of the book, “Prelude”, to give us background of the German WW2 work on anti-gravity discs and the German base in Antarctica; the connection to a Tibetan underground empire of Reptilians from Alpha Draconis known since pre-historic times as the Nagas or serpent race; the transfer of the technology to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base after the War; Roswell, Kingman, Los Alamos, and Area 51; and the Kennedy-Johnson involvement in getting humans into space.

Part Two, “Project Crystal Knight”, is about the selection and training of the astronauts who would go aboard the Eben craft; the landing of the Ebens from Serpo on Earth and the exchange program; the 40 light-year trip at forty times the speed of light taken by our astronauts to get to Serpo; their 13 year experience on the planet with its two suns, with details about such things as the planet’s temperature, time, the Eben food, their technology, genetic laboratory, language, government, manufacturing, leisure activities, births and deaths, etc.; and the return of 7 of our astronauts to Earth in 1978. (Three had died and two elected to stay on Serpo.) Kasten says, “According to Anonymous, the last survivor of the entire team, including the alternates who remained on Earth, died in 2002 in Florida.” The debriefing took a year and resulted in a 3000-page report finally published in 1980. (The only question I feel is not fully answered in Kasten’s book is the issue of the transfer of micro-organisms from one planet to another and the possible contamination from that transfer. But, then, I’ve not read the Final Report.)

Part Three, “Epilogue”, deals with Eben technology and the impact it could have, and perhaps has already had to some extent through back engineering, on our own development. We’ve seen the suppression of so-called “free energy” and antigravity inventions, the use of directed energy and sonic weapons, research into cloning and the creation of artificial life forms, possible interstellar communications, and instant translation devices for languages. But, the most amazing invention has got to be something called The Yellow Book presented by the Ebens to us when they arrived here in 1964. It’s a relatively small device the size of a large book that pictorially shows 2000 years of history upon demand. It can read one’s mind in any language, and then display what era of history you want to see. Think chronovision, teleportation, and time-travel!

The book concludes with no less than 13 Appendices of statistics and details that fill in vital information for us.

Secret Journey to Planet Serpo was a “mind-blower” for me. A well-written, easy read, with numerous b&w illustrations and 27 color plates, I think it will test your powers for discerning its credibility and make you begin to wonder what else of monumental importance is being withheld from the citizens of Earth.

This review first appeared in New Dawn magazine, Issue No. 141
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars where's the love?, 22 Aug. 2013
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Fascinating story and I wanted to believe it very much but, despite the fact that the men lived on Serpo for so many years there is nothing about how regular Serpoans function spiritually, in love, feelings, kids....none of them seem to have had relationships with them, despite the period they were there...food is described only in a cursory way with no real idea of it - what's their favourite dish, for example? No, it disn't wash with me, I wanted it to, but I think it must be a fake.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars mistakes a plenty, 4 July 2013
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the overall thrust of the book is terrific,conclusions drawn by l.kasten are often difficut to understand e.g. 'police state' plus errors in detail where kasten contradicts the infomation given,or misinterprates it. clearly the ebens venerate life,and from the reports are kind and considerate.at times it seems pearls are being given to swine.however i have read it twice,buy it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Is it really true ?, 2 Jun. 2014
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Interesting in parts but lacks in detail at times. Worth reading if your interested in this field if only for an insight
Into what could be ! I would have hoped for a more complete account .
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3.0 out of 5 stars Humans Travel to Another Planet with Aliens..., 24 Mar. 2014
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Fabrizio Poli "Fabrizio Poli" (Chorley,Lancashire, UK) - See all my reviews
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An interesting read about a group of humans sent by the US government on an alien ship to the planet Serpo for 13 years. The author claims this story to be true. True or not it is an interesting read and does make you think if something like this may have happened.

A good read for anyone into conspiracies, UFOs, scifi and space travel.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A truly amazing read about our cosmic brothers and sisters, 4 Nov. 2014
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Carl R Hussey "Carl" (Llangefni, Anglesey, UK) - See all my reviews
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What can I say? WOW! A truly amazing read about our cosmic brothers and sisters. God Bless You All. x
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4.0 out of 5 stars Book, 2 Feb. 2015
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Ok read. Would lie
Ke more information tho
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 4 Jan. 2015
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Excellent !
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 2 Jan. 2015
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very good
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