Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact

Dimensions A Casebook of Alien Contact Vallee a trained astrophysicist holding a doctorate in computer science has reviewed the evidence supporting UFO sightings has concluded that alien visitations are neither figments of imaginations

  • Title: Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact
  • Author: Jacques F. Vallée Whitley Strieber
  • ISBN: 9780345360021
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Vallee, a trained astrophysicist holding a doctorate in computer science, has reviewed the evidence supporting UFO sightings has concluded that alien visitations are neither figments of imaginations, nor are they coming from other planets or galaxies.IntroductionAncient encountersWinged disks crispy pancakesThe secret commonwealth The emotional component cosVallee, a trained astrophysicist holding a doctorate in computer science, has reviewed the evidence supporting UFO sightings has concluded that alien visitations are neither figments of imaginations, nor are they coming from other planets or galaxies.IntroductionAncient encountersWinged disks crispy pancakesThe secret commonwealth The emotional component cosmic seduction The celestial component signs in heaven The psychic component metalogic The spiritual component a morphology of miraclesFighting the triple coverup The case against extraterrestrialsThe control systemIndex

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    One Reply to “Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact”

    1. Highly recommended for anyone interested in Ufology. This book explores the possibility that UFOS whilst a reality, are not extraterrestrial in nature but are related to another dimension. A dimension that has had impact on and influenced the human consciousness for thousands of years through its pyshical and psychological nature. Vallee followed this book with Confrontations and then Revelations.

    2. I was reading Lights in the Sky & Little Green Men and this book was referenced several times so I decided to take a look at it. Part of my curiosity was that Hugh Ross was writing from a Christian perspective and I was sure that Jacques Vallee would not be approaching the subject from that angle.It is interesting to not the they come to similar conclusions. Of interest:1. Vallee argues that we cannot view the UFO phenomena as an isolated modern event. He links UFO accounts with folklore, my [...]

    3. excellent logical analysis of the alien contacts and quite a plausible premise. i will be reading more of his future books as this is a nasa scientist who worked on the precursor to the internet (arpanet).

    4. Not particularly well-written. However the author's perspective of viewing UFO sightings as a whole rather than case by case does yield some novels pictures of the phenomena. The overall conclusion does not ring true to me though I cannot say why. The strongest spiritual world or force seems to encompass love, dignity and goodness. I do not encounter these ideas often when reading about UFO experiences. A set of ideas for viewing the universe. Much of the author's theory seems to be based on the [...]

    5. Jacques F Vallee was at the frontier of ufology from its inception in the 1950's and is one of the most credible and well-respected researchers in the field. Passport to Magonia and this book, Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact, share his changed opinion that the UFO phenomena is not caused by extraterrestrials. Vallee urges scientists to seriously study the phenomena without jumping too quickly to the wrong hypothesis that aliens are behind it. Vallee distances himself from the Chariots of [...]

    6. In DIMENSIONS, the first volume of a trilogy, Dr. Jacques Vallee reexamines the historical record that led to the modern UFO phenomenon and to the belief in alien contact. He then tackles the enigma of abduction reports, which come from various times and various countries, as well as the psychic and spiritual components of the contact experience. In the last portion of the book, he notes the factors that inhibit research into the phenomenon--the triple coverup and political motivations--and conc [...]

    7. Jacques F. Vallee Dimensions/Confrontations/Revelations trilogy seems to sum up his career in the field of UFO studies, presenting an overview of his very tentative conclusions the primary one of which is the suggestion that the "aliens" are not from outer space, but have always been amongst us.

    8. Conservative and scientific, yet innovative and insightful about the UFO thing. This from a person who was part of the team that worked with the second computer on the internet. A real treasure, this guy

    9. This was definitely a good read highly recommend it to anybody that enjoys reading about the UFO phenomenon. I specifically like how the author presents an alternative theory as to the origin of extraterrestrials. It was very different from other things I've read and very thought-provoking.

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