In Confrontations, the second volume of a trilogy, Dr. Jacques Vallee personally investigates forty astonishing UFO cases from around the world. Jacques Vallee – Confrontations – A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact by mufonnexus in Types > Books – Non-fiction, high, and free. Confrontations A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact. by Jacques Vallee. Trade Paperback, Pages, 21 Illustrations. $, ISBN: Genre(s).
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Chapter 15 Ground Truth should be mandatory reading for anyone interested in this fascinating subject.
Well, the focus is at least in part on harm — and even death, being inflicted upon humans in their encounters with UFOs. X’s famous UFO encounter than I’ve previously read. No eBook available Amazon.
Overall I think this is a good book for people interested in ufo research and investigation. Marsha Markman rated it really liked it Oct 24, Two men Miguel and Manuel-members of an occult society?
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Apr 09, Owlseyes rated it jacqes liked it Shelves: Original first editions in very good condition are hard to come by cheaply so the new reprints are well worth jacqufs money. Common terms and phrases abduction Aime Michel aliens Allen Hynek altitude analysis Anderson asked beam body Brazil Brazilian bright Calif Chapins chapter chupa Claude Poher Clint close valoee cloud color craft Cray death described diameter disk effects energy episode evidence experience extraterrestrial extraterrestrial hypothesis fact feet felt field France French GEPAN ground Happy Camp Healdsburg hovered Hynek hypnosis incident injuries interviewed investigators Jacques Vallee Jose later light luminous object Manuel material metal miles Morro do Vintem never night Brazil Niteroi object flew observed Parnaiba River Parnarama phenomena photographs physical police Ramon reality road sample Sao Luis Schirmer scientific scientists seen sighting skin spot story strange told took town tree trip U.
Vallee studied astronomy, became a scientific programmer and an investigator in projects for the US department of Defense. Where does it all lead?
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact
This is the first book I have read by Jacques Vallee. And alien action; and alien nation.
The author travelled himself to the site. Mathieu Gaudreault rated it really liked it Jul 09, I’m re-evaluating my own thoughts on the phenomenon of UFOS in comparison to those that developed after my original interest in the subject that began in X’s encounter had some positive jacuqes healed from some physical infirmitieshe had a drastic change in beliefs and personality.
Another great read, check it out. From the dean of ufologists, an instructive casebook of his own UFO investigations.
Confrontations: A Scientist’s Search for Alien Contact by Jacques F. Vallée
Conftontations rated it really liked it Aug 05, May 31, Steve rated it really liked it Shelves: Morro do Vintem, Niteroi, Brazil; with strange instructions on a piece of paper A book by Bezerra de Menezes spiritist was associated with the case and a nearby UFO sighting too the “effervescent spheres”,large oval-shaped object.
So why is this particular book disturbing? Getting a good quote from Vallee can be a bit difficult, since, as a scientist, his prose can be dry and data oriented.
This book is a part of a series on the subject Vallee has written, including Messengers of Deception and Passport to Magoniaboth of which are thought provoking, while neither really blows the lid off the UFO phenomenon, it will introduce you to several ideas. Originally, Vallee, along with just about everyone else, viewed UFOs as extraterrestrial. View all 6 comments.
The author presented the facts: No trivia or quizzes yet. I did like the way he presented evidence and made conclusions in the book. Several possibilities are discussed: Jacques Vallee takes a more biographical and humanistic approach to the body of experience and I think he makes the argument that the term experience is the best one of the UFO phenomenon, coming at with a fresh approach, even today, asking the important question that neither side of the aisle bothers to ask: Michael Woods rated it it was amazing Feb 26,