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  • Paperback: 290 pages
  • Publisher: 6th Books (26 Oct. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1780992971
  • ISBN-13: 978-1780992976
  • Product Dimensions: 13.8 x 1.8 x 21.5 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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A little known publisher has just become the co-creator of one of the greatest sensations to come on the Polish market in the past year. We are not alone in the Universe has all the prerequisites of becoming a bestseller. Its specific revelation, using scientific proofs and arguments, is difficult to undermine. --Marek Rymuszko | Chief Editor, Unknown World Magazine

About the Author

The author was born in Poland where he studied engineering. In 1967 he arrived in England where in 1971 was awarded a Ph.D. in laser applications at University of Surrey, Guildford. Since 1990 he lives in Frimley in Surrey.For many years he had been interested in such mysterious events as the origins of the first civilizations and the arising of the main religions. While working in Portugal when he read about the famous display on the sky he was able to identify phenomena which could only be produced by lasers. This triggered his interest in this topic and eventually led to writing the present book. In 2004 he published a book Gurdjieff an Introduction to His Teachings.

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We are not alone in the Universe is one of the most captivating books I have recently read. At a perfunctory glance this book does not provide such exciting hypothesis as books by Däniken or Sitchin, but its great merit is that its hypothesis are supported by well known facts and archaeological data.
The author approaches this popular topic - interference of extraterrestrial beings in human affairs - from a completely different direction. His starting point are the events in Fatima in 1917, in particular the display in the sky which in his opinion was prepared by an intelligent civilization. Being a physicist, he presents convincing scientific arguments that lasers were used for that display. These arguments might be difficult to follow for a nonscientific minded reader, but the theory is clearly explained.
He comes to a very plausible key conclusion that if the extraterrestrial beings intervened once, it is most likely that they interfered several times in human affairs because it must be part of their policy or long term aims. The list of possible interventions includes the beginning of agriculture, genesis of civilizations, arising of monotheistic religions and two events in the 20th century: the fall of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.
The most interesting for me was a hypothesis that before Sumerian and Egyptian civilizations somewhere in Central Asia, on the shores of the river Amu Daria, there existed a proto-civilization. This proto-civilization was the place where knowledge from extraterrestrial beings was transferred to man. The author supports this hypothesis using linguistic and genetic arguments as well as archaeological discoveries and ancient writings. This location, as far I know, was never mentioned by the proponents of Atlantis.
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An original piece of research and writing, Dr Kulczyk has spent years deciphering events in history that till now could only be categorised as unexplained. By applying his understanding of technology, he explains how it must have been intelligent beings behind the mysterious events that occurred in Fatima rather than any spiritual or divine influence. Once establishing the existence of these intelligent beings, he then proceeds to examine their involvement in other events in history such as the origins of civilizations, religions, advanced thinkers and historical events that would have a lasting global impact. He then considers the future and answers the question of why these beings paid such close attention to our own evolution.
This book is well written and highly interesting, with refreshingly original and convincing arguments to support his theories. A `must have' for anyone seriously interested in this field.
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