The Alien Abduction Files: A Review
Warwick Associates, a PR firm, often sends us books, for review, from New Page Books, a division of Career Press in Pompton Plains, NJ.
New Page Books publishes many books each year that many of you would find or have found to be interesting, books about the paranormal and spiritual topics.
Recently we received The Alien Abduction Files by Kathleen Marden (Betty Hill’s niece) and Denise Stoner (A MUFON Field Investigator).
Normally, we eschew the alien abduction topic, having decided, to our satisfaction, that the phenomenon is psychological/neurological oriented.
But I thought we should give the book a serious perusal, as Ms. Marden and Ms. Stoner are serious, credentialed women who have written a serious book, filled with accounts and data , 253 pages full.
Of course, both women have come to the conclusion that abductions are real and the phenomenon is viable.
Abductees or, better, “experiencers,” have, individually, and separately, provided testimony that seems to intersect with one another so that there are common threads and information that is unique but confirmational.
When one reads in Chapter 16, Page 226, for instance, that ET’s have told experiencers that astral entities, called collectors or controllers, are attracted to humanity’s behavior, we have left prosaic reason for a world which is weirder than weird.
The writers do allow that alien abductions may be a psychological aberration but that it is widespread, reaching across the world encompassing all races, cultures, religions, and socioeconomic groups. [Page 201]
More importantly, both women say they, too, have experienced missing time and were aboard an identical huge craft, in the same time-frame but separately.
You make of that what you will, but there is a psychological explanation, and some of you know what it is.
The book is rife with recounted experiences, and tales that have a patina of truth and pain in them.
Experiencers believe they have been abducted by alien beings. But their reality is far removed from life as the rest of us know it.
You have to get the book to make your own evaluation. I am too cynical or skeptical to provide an unbiased review.
The book sells for $16.99 and can be found at online and offline booksellers.
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