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Tuesday, September 20, 2011
By Luci Ardelean, at Tuesday, September 20, 2011
See the Wikipedia article on Samuel Eaton Thompson.Regards,Don
By Sourcerer, at Tuesday, September 20, 2011
What? No link?RR
By RRRGroup, at Tuesday, September 20, 2011
There's a pdf online of Arnold's How It All Began.from www.ignaciodarnaude.com At the end of the piece he mentions Thompson.I don't have the url. Just type "Samuel Eaton Thompson" (with quotation marks) in google and it is around hit 15 or so. Headed:Ufologist Jacques Vallee, from whom we shall bewww.ignaciodarnaude.com/.../Arnold,Kenneth,How%20it%20all%20began...
Thanks, Don...Now that wasn't so difficult was it?RR
I've accessed the material, Don, and find such tales really interesting, fascinating actually.The Vallee/Aubeck book has hundreds of similar tales, without much substance unfortunately.Such psychical episodes becloud the UFO phenomenon I think, or maybe not.There seems to be a distinct, separate set of experiences like that of Thompson, or even the Hills, that are grist for psychiatry or neurologists, and/or anthropologists too.The super-normal or paranormal panoply has enough to keep those interested in such things occupied for a long time.(The story that made up the bulk of the article from which I culled the Arnold blurb was just as weird and imaginative, maybe more so.)RR
NO nude pics? camaaan!!!
By twas_brillig, at Tuesday, September 27, 2011
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