Until 16 December , a searchable PDF copy of that book can be downloaded from this link on caite.info Thereafter, it will be at this. Swirl the cough drop around in your mouth, making sure to rub the tip of your tongue In a few caite.info's Top PDF Available - Secret Magazine. Above Top Secret book. Read 22 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Veteran ufologist Good doesn't mince words in this hefty internati.
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Preaching to the Choir is your best alternative. Meanwhile real evidence it simply filed informationally and moved between secret document resources out of the view of everyone else. Hmm, I say. Packed with a wide range of documents through the years, from a variety of different, credible sources. Bit off topic but As a frontline buttress to Good's claims, England's former Chief of Defense Staff, Lord Hill-Norton, offers a spirited foreword crying "cover-up" on the part of world governments.
Such things are unavoidable when dealing with the subject of UFOs, otherwise there would be no "conspiracy. His drive to conclusively prove a UFO cover-up comes through loud and clear. Carpenter said to Good: Your blindly stubborn belief in Flying Saucers makes interesting talk for a while, but your inability to rationally consider any thought that runs counter to yours makes further discussion of no interest--indeed unpleasant in prospect--to me.
Given the book's publication date, it obviously does not include more recent developments or progressive speculations, but I was glad to read in the closing pages that Good entertains the possibility that UFOs come perhaps not from outer space, but other dimensions. For anyone wanting or needing a baseline knowledge of the modern UFO mythos, this is essential reading.
UFO fans. One of my best and oldest friends from high school did a stint as an editor for UFO Magazine after he moved from Chicago to San Francisco. Although I'd had an interest in the topic in elementary school, I'd pretty much let it go until he got involved. Then, during annual visits with him here or in California, I'd read from his collection of books on the subject, this being one of those read in San Francisco.
So far as I recall, this book is virtually a country by country listing of UFO events, de One of my best and oldest friends from high school did a stint as an editor for UFO Magazine after he moved from Chicago to San Francisco. So far as I recall, this book is virtually a country by country listing of UFO events, demonstrating that the phenomenon, and, at the time, its cover-up, was world-wide.
Feb 09, Carlo rated it liked it Recommends it for: UFO interests. Dated but very good book for the UFO buff. Lot's of things that make you go hmmmm. I believe this is the UFO bible The Book for those with interest. It has been written a couple decades back but facts don't go away and the questions about them are shrouded in secrecy so they won't disappear. Apr 18, Timmy rated it really liked it. This is the book that got me interested in UFOs. I dare anyone to read it and then tell me there's nothing to this.
And there's so much more that I've learned since then. Read the book s , find out for yourself what's been going on for thousands of years. Jul 27, Mark Schomburg rated it it was amazing Shelves: Level-headed overview of publications and documents from about the s to s. Drawing from cases in Flying Saucer Review, and many others, the book presents a worldwide phenomenon geographically and geo-politically. Instead of dwelling on any one event, the text continually moves on to further examples.
That aspect makes it a bit dizzying, and even dry reading, a barrage of facts, reports and summaries, but actually its what lends the most credence to the whole subject of "cover-up. I can say personally, that this elitist governmental agency control of information specifically pertaining to UFOs is very offensive to me, having come from a family of science fiction illustration dating back before the lid was sealed on public UFO reporting.
It's been made quite clear that while a person could feel free to fantasize about aliens and spaceships via fictional outlets, the same is not true for factual information over the same half-century. The situation is a cloistered honeycomb of secrets, where one person in one agency doesn't know what anyone else is doing in other governmental units. The elite few who have access to facts cannot, in my opinion work fast enough in their secrecy to achieve nearly as much as public disclosure would.
I think the result is a stagnation. Meanwhile real evidence it simply filed informationally and moved between secret document resources out of the view of everyone else. Bureaucracy with its inherent tunnel-vision has replaced action. The author is to be lauded for not taking a non-factual approach, to appeal to primitive sympathies of the reader.
He has written his piece to let the evidence present the case, with little pressure on the reader to form expected opinions, to "believe. That's the cover-up, and that's what this book questions. May 08, Juliet rated it really liked it. Although dated, this was a fascinating read. Packed with a wide range of documents through the years, from a variety of different, credible sources.
I was looking for a book with as much evidence of the existence of extraterrestrials, and this delivered. I dare skeptics to read this and do further research, before jumping to the conclusion that we're the only beings in this universe.
I definitely recommend this book to all UFO enthusiasts! Feb 26, Micha Verg rated it it was amazing Shelves: A great reference book. I recommend to the serious reader. Aug 22, Peggy rated it really liked it Recommends it for: UFO buffs. Good did his homework and the result is a fascinating look at a wide range of documents over time and from a variety of sources. It could have been dry, but never was for me. Nov 30, Lee Tracy rated it it was amazing.
I've owned this book since it was released in , and I'm still impressed by it. Timothy Good covers the subject of the worldwide UFO coverup in a scholarly way, with an appendix of reproduced government documents, footnotes and an Index. Jun 29, Graham rated it really liked it. A brilliant book. Full of excellent information regarding this enigmatic phenomena. Credible testimony and evidence. Dec 03, Joshua rated it it was amazing.
Well researched and documented overview of the secrecy surrounding the sightings, human interactions, and alleged crashes of all things UFO. Jan 08, Paul Darcy rated it it was ok Shelves: Hmm, I say. Nothing in my personal experience leads me to conclude that beings from another planet are visiting us or sending intelligent probes to do the same. So is the book worth reading if you are interested in the UFO phenominum? I would have to say, not really, though many of the accounts are fascinating.
Tons of reports gathered by Timothy through letters, interviews and Freedom of Information Act released documents. Tons of them. Did I mention tons? Which makes for a pretty dull read let me tell you despite my interest in the subject matter.
If I tell you there are five lights over and over and over and over again, when in fact there are only four lights, chances are that over time through repetition and a sincere conviction on my part - you will come to believe that there are indeed five lights. Yes, using a Science Fiction reference to make my point, but I think it is valid here. My personal opinion of the whole matter - the UFO phenominum is just a part of the program of the Matrix.
Feb 04, Doug rated it it was ok. I admire Good's aims here, but upon a first reading I couldn't abide his style in this work. It reads like a military report, as barren as a dry lake bed. It's great to cite such reports, but not to lift one's style from one's sources, necessarily.
The subject matter is too important to reject over style but still, as Tacitus has proven, style does matter. Jul 22, R. Main source of a report on UFOs for English class. I blew the lid off the whole conspiracy. If an invasion happens, we want him on our side. Jun 02, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: A groundbreaking history of the UFO phenomenon focused on the governments of the world, what they know about UFOs and how they have handled the problem as well as their attempts to keep the matter secret.
Jan 14, Morgan Chambers added it. Excellence is not in question here however his writing style is so very technical I found it easy to drift off at times.
The material is great and the topic is unquestioned in my mind. Apr 20, ein Leichter rated it did not like it.
I read this when I was in High School. I read them all front to back during study hall.
They got me interested in Ufology and paranormal. IsaacKoi Thank you.
I have always enjoyed Jim's posts. For the most part, I'm a skeptic too, but as I've had a fairly close encounter experience, I remain open to the possibilities. Penetrations from Ingo Swann is the book I would love to download..
Any chance we can expect that gem to be available in the near future? Bit off topic but Oberg believer in the Warren Commision Report is a bit of a downer Anyways, thx and congratulations for your first approval. Well, if permission is obtained from his heirs or other copyright holder , I'd be happy to upload a searchable PDF copy. Anyone know Swann's family? If I had the time, I'd search for an obituary or two for Swann and see if it names any heirs.
I'd be happy to have further discussion of any attempts to obtain permission for that book - or any other UFO book - in the thread I've started about seeking permissions to upload books. To add to the pile of wet blankets, I've looked very closely at the KAL airliner shootdown by the USSR and decided it really was an accidentally off-course airliner nobody spotted until the Russians -- trigger-happy over deliberate US Navy boundary penetrations earlier that year -- decided it was a spy plane and shot it down just after it emerged from Soviet airspace SW of Sakhalin Island.
Even worse -- I've walked through the reconstructed Flight airliner at NTSB HQ and seen the clear physical evidence it was destroyed by an internal explosion in the center fuel tank. If you're interested, you can also see and hear Mr. Jim is an active member of this community here on ATS. And I believe his participation adds a certain amount of validity to the, sometimes, serious nature of our dialogue regarding UFOs.
From what I can tell from reading Jim's posts over the years, a "sympathetic skeptic" is a perfect description for his approach. Some so-called skeptics would just roll their eyes and completely dismiss you when you open your mouth about ET spacecraft.
I think Jim is genuinely interested in what people have to say. And if we ever get incontrovertible physical evidence of UFOs, I think he would be the first to admit it. Not to mention the fact that anyone who accepts the affirmative evidence for the Kensington Rune Stone can't be all bad.
On the other hand, if you say something stupid about NASA, prepare to be verbally eviscerated. JimOberg originally posted by: You obviously never saw the video that CNN showed only once before it was scrubbed away and denied, right after the downing of flight , of clear footage of a streaking shoulder fired missile which brought it down. After that happened, anyone who went on the air and mentioned that footage was disregarded as crazy.
The only consistency I have ever observed you do Jim, is to mimic and parrot whatever the official explanation of anything is. You would be much more successful at debunking if you were just a wee bit smarter. Preaching to the Choir is your best alternative. The insightful analysis put forth by certain members, including Jim Oberg, is what has helped me look at the phenomena in a much more objective fashion.
Hardly the choir at all. But that is because many of them have actually seen them, or seen the ships. And to Jim, I wasn't trying to be insulting, but that is the problem with dishonesty and outright lying by our government. Lying and dishonesty will cause great anger from many people when they know someone is lying, or misrepresenting a strange report.