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What is the nature of unidentified aerial phenomena?

Forty years ago a small cadre of dedicated researchers began actively investigating cases, interviewing witnesses, and exchanging data through a small, informal network of international contacts. Today this low-profile network, or "invisible college", has grown into a larger, multination volunteer research effort joined by many individuals. But the questions first raised 40 years ago remain current - and unanswered.

"I believe that a powerful force has influenced the human race in the past and is again influencing it now. Does this force represent alien intervention, or does it originate entirely within human consciousness? This is the question that forms the basis of the work of the Invisible College of UFO researchers." (Jacques Vallee)

©1975 Jacques Vallee; Foreword copyright 2014 by Jacques Vallee (P)2021 Tantor

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  • Carol
  • 01-12-21


The "updated" analysis isn't worth a credit. It is mostly a rehash of old info. I regret this purchase.

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  • M.Biblioswine
  • 05-12-21

Mixed feelings

In short, I like the book. But, the voice talent of the recording is not very pleasant. He takes a lot of getting used to.

I bought the book because I have heard and read about the author for decades and I wanted to see what he has to say. Mission accomplished, and it is interesting. But, It isn’t what I was expecting, though it is interesting and I like it.

But, the title is misleading and the text really goes out into the weeds and down the rabbit hole.

The author being a European in origin makes the book more interesting because many of his examples takes place in European countries, which adds depth to the book.

It would have been better if a PDF of the illustrations referred to was included, but it isn’t.

Basically, I recommend this book, but I don’t see it ever being a loved classic of UFO literature.

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