UFO Conjectures

Monday, August 05, 2013

Two UFO Books: One is just nuts!

Pale Skin, Giants, and The Great Transition

From Premium US Reviews:

Brener's scholarly book concerning alien visitations presents a fascinating hypothesis... that approximately 50,000 years ago, a visiting alien race interbred. The two strongest arguments for this... are the sudden appearance of characteristics, such as light skin and the fantastic advances of about 50,000 years ago... His suggestion provides a more satisfactory explanation than the theories he debunks. .. Of all of the authors writing about UFOs, Brener... remains among the most   believable, readable and thought provoking.

Review from  Betty Edwards, Author of "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain":

Brener is a scholar of skill and courage. He here tackles the advent of pale skin of some humans that began about 50,000 years ago as did suddenly modern behavior. As analogous he mentions the ancient Greek "miracle" and the Renaissance, both of which he attributes to the mixing of long separated populations. Relying on much scientific research, he seees a cause for these prehistoric advances as possible interbreeding with extraterrestrials. The writing is clear, elegant, mind bending, and challenging. While I remain a skeptic, I loved readidng this book. It opened my my eyes to some compelling possibilites.                                  

The Gathering of the Forces of Light

From  Amazon.com:

This is a book about UFOs, but with a difference. It is written by someone who has worked with them and knows about them from the inside. Benjamin Creme sees the presence of UFOs as planned and of immense value for the people of Earth.

According to Creme, the UFOs and the people in them are engaged in a spiritual mission to ease humanity's lot and to save this planet from further and faster destruction. Our own planetary Hierarchy, led by Maitreya, the World Teacher, now living among us, works tirelessly with our Space Brothers and Sisters in a fraternal enterprise to restore sanity to this Earth.

Creme shows how all the planets in our solar system are inhabited, but on physical levels beyond human sight, the so-called etheric planes. The spacecraft are constructed on the same principle; they too are in etheric matter and have complete control of energies in space. Our Space Brothers are responsible not only for crop circles, but also for preparing the way on Earth for a new technology of light which will give us unlimited power from the sun. When we banish war for ever and are endeavoring to live in right relationship, that technology will be ours.

For the Spiritual Hierarchy of both our own and the sister planets of our system, right human relationship involves the end of competition and the beginning of an era of co-operation with -- sharing, justice and freedom as its hallmarks.

The book also addresses the emergence of new and more inclusive forms of education, which will be needed as we experience a huge shift in consciousness and a growing awareness of the richness of life ahead, unfettered by the stranglehold of commercialism and the dominance of market forces.

According to the author, the truth will soon be apparent for all to see, awakening humanity to their own divinity and the establishment of the rule of spiritual law on Earth.

Which one strikes you as crazy?



  • Reading this cosmic jive with my morning coffee was probably not a good idea. He probably regularly participates in drum circles to sharpen his keen intellect in order to carefully craft his psychosis with tripe. It is a notable achievement, a tour de farce, a humdinger of a whopper. Hold your noses until it passes. Someone open a window in here!

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • Creme is obviously a reincarnation of Adamski. Does he admit this?

    By Blogger cda, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • You are totally right, RRRGroup... 'one is just nuts', and the other is 'crazy'.

    By Blogger Kurt Peters, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • So when others comment that UFO belief is a form of religious fervor, does not Creme fit the mold and add ammunition to the hard core skeptic?

    How's that Great Galactic Spiritual Revival going nowadays?

    I had a comment some years ago posted on my blog where I felt compelled to urge the commentator (similar view point of Creme's) to "Put the bong down and re-read my article."

    Naturally I refrained from saying so...that would have been rude.;)

    By Blogger Tim Hebert, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • Being rude is sometimes a virtue, Timothy.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • This authors real name appears to be Pierre Ryckmans under this pen name whose previous literary output juxtaposed to this makes one wonder if he had a midlife crisis and took one too many mushrooms. That this is a lava lamp classic, his previous work shows no signs of a cornball enlightenment. Weirder and weirdest.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, August 05, 2013  

  • Why do I have to choose?

    By Blogger purrlgurrl, at Tuesday, August 06, 2013  

  • PG:

    You have to decide which one you what to shred and which one you want to just throw away.

    It's an either/or proposition.


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, August 06, 2013  

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