Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact

Confrontations A Scientist s Search for Alien Contact From the dean of ufologists an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations In Dimensions Vallee offered his basic UFO theory that UFOs are not interstellar craft but are unexplained co

  • Title: Confrontations: A Scientist's Search for Alien Contact
  • Author: Jacques F. Vallée
  • ISBN: 9780345365019
  • Page: 249
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From the dean of ufologists, an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations In Dimensions 1988 , Vallee offered his basic UFO theory that UFOs are not interstellar craft, but are unexplained consciousness controlling mechanisms intruding from other dimensions Here, he expands on that theory by reference to the cases he s explored during the past three decades, cFrom the dean of ufologists, an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations In Dimensions 1988 , Vallee offered his basic UFO theory that UFOs are not interstellar craft, but are unexplained consciousness controlling mechanisms intruding from other dimensions Here, he expands on that theory by reference to the cases he s explored during the past three decades, concluding that UFOs represent a technology capable of harmful actions hence this book s provocative title rather than Whitley Strieber s pacific Communion or Transformation Before he details cases of UFO hostility, however, in order to erect a scientific framework for his findings he sifts thru cases that offer hard if inconclusive evidence about UFOs sightings that have permitted readings of UFO megawatt output manifestations that have left odd physical remnants in their wake , analyzes various UFO photos reflects upon the ambiguous nature of UFO research These discussions feature copious advice suggested guidelines for fellow UFO researchers of interest to general readers will be his in depth account of his 88 trip into the jungle to look into mass UFO sightings that involved medical injuries, including deaths e.g that of hunter Raimundo Souza, allegedly seen by his companion to be caught in a UFO s beam, then found dead on the ground, his body covered with circular purple marks He closes by presenting a series of relatively technical definitions, classifications rating scales for future UFO research A sort of personal appendix to Dimensions, partly slanted toward UFO investigators , as such, of limited appeal tho his findings speculations are a core curriculum for anyone with a serious interest in ufology Kirkus edited

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    1. Confrontations is one of the most disturbing books I’ve ever read. Vallee is viewed as one of the leading UFO experts in the world, though I think he’s pretty much stopped writing about them. (Confrontations, written in 1990, was one of his last books on the subject.) But within the UFO community, he’s viewed as a voice of dissent. Originally, Vallee, along with just about everyone else, viewed UFOs as extraterrestrial. However, as the years rolled by, and the data rolled in, Vallee came t [...]

    2. An excellent book dealing with the subject of Unidentified Aerial Phenomenoa. Chapter 15 (Ground Truth) should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in this fascinating subject. I'm re-evaluating my own thoughts on the phenomenon of UFOS in comparison to those that developed after my original interest in the subject that began in 1995. The two books that I've read by Jacques Vallee (Dimensions and now Confrontations) have contributed to this. When a book makes you re-evaluate and ask questi [...]

    3. UPDATESpeaking about alien.n.And alien action; and alien nation.(POSSIBLY, A DOWNED ALIEN CRAFT in Natal, Brazil,hmmm) Members of the anarchist group Black Bloc protest against the FIFA World Cup in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 30, 2014. (AFP Photo/YASUYOSHI CHIBA) At last,ey have landed. -------------------This is a book of 1990. Vallee studied astronomy, became a scientific programmer and an investigator in projects for the US department of Defense.(Jacques Vallée (right) with J. Allen Hyne [...]

    4. This scientist believes that UFOs have definitely been seen and definitely exist. But he does not think they are from another planet. Instead, he believes they are from a different dimension.

    5. This is the first book I have read by Jacques Vallee. I did like the way he presented evidence and made conclusions in the book. It seemed to me that he is asking for further scientific investigation of ufo sightings to continue to gather empirical evidence that can be used to track the phenomenon. I gathered through reading that he doesn't have much use for a lot of ufo groups that hone in on eye-witnesses, collecting data and evidence using a variety of techniques including hypnosis. He stress [...]

    6. This book won't change any set minds of skeptics or believers, but for anyone curious about the strangeness of reported experiences with odd aerial, and, often times, not so aerial, phenomenon, it will make you think.Jacques Vallee takes a more biographical and humanistic approach to the body of experience (and I think he makes the argument that the term experience is the best one) of the UFO phenomenon, coming at with a fresh approach, even today, asking the important question that neither side [...]

    7. Since I was a young boy, I've enjoyed reading books on UFOs. However, a couple of decades ago I moved away from believing UFOs are spaceships flown by ETs. UFO researcher and author Jacques Vallee was partially responsible for my change of thought on the subject. Jacques Vallee argues that the extraterrestrial hypotheses just doesn't meet the demands of the UFO data collected. Instead, Vallee believes UFOs are primarily paranormal in nature. The phenomenon manifests itself under different guises [...]

    8. Most Excellent!This is a book written by one of the premier Ufologists of the modern era. Being able to see and read his opinions as to the importance of a case is very enlightening. Especially reading his review of the rating system and how we got there is of extreme importance. If you want to learn the TRUTH about this strange phenomenon, then read this book!

    9. What happens when a respected and seasoned scientist goes on the hunt for proof of alien contact? In this case, a clearly and thought-provoking work that adds credibility to this psuedo-science viewed subject. Mr. Vallee has done a wonderful job in providing historical data to this field!

    10. This is rather like Vallee's much earlier book, Anatomy of a Phenomenon, representing both an elaboration of his earlier suggestions for research and the results of his own study during the intervening decades.

    11. After reading his first book "Dimensions" I knew I had to move onto this one to continue the research. As the second in the trilogy this book definitely contains great experiences and evidence of the UFO phenomenon. Another great read, check it out.

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