1999 Steve Neil
Dr. John Mack
Who First Uncovered the
Great Ones, right here, right now! Have you ever wondered what it would
be like to live during the same time as some of the great discoverers
in history such as Columbus, Copernicus, or Leonardo da Vinci? These
people were outside of the boundaries of current science and
conventional thought. Though now known as geniuses, they were ignored
and often ridiculed in their day. They were outside of the box.
Well, the people I'm going to tell you about now are outside of today's
box. Here and now these pioneers are dislodging outmoded science and
challenging us to examine undefined phenomena. One day their work will
be as important to the world as that of Isaac Newton and Madam Curie.
The good news is that these people are alive and you can watch and
participate in their discoveries firsthand. Get a firm grip on your
chair as you begin to explore the work of the world's foremost
abduction researchers. Real life doesn't get any more exciting than
Artist and Alien Abduction researcher, Budd Hopkins
The Top Abduction
Here is a brief summary of five top researchers of the human/alien
interactions we call abductions. The stories of their discoveries and
the process that led to them is as important as their findings. The
history provides a context, a framework. A man riding a horse through
the middle of town is meaningless unless you know the event was
surrounded by the American Revolution and the man's name was Paul
Therefore, how each person became involved with knowledge of the
existence of an alien civilization is important. Each of these
individuals has written at least one book about his or her experiences.
The books are listed in the Bibliography. To understand the magnitude
of their findings, you simply must read their books, cover to cover.
Every one is fascinating, exciting, and true! I will say this, however:
Be prepared to have your mind bent if you pick up these books. Three of
these individuals are John Mack,
and David Jacobs.
Alien Abduction researcher David Jacobs PhD
One more thing about these people. They are real flesh and blood. They
have names, faces, and e-mail addresses. You can talk to them, face to
face. So much of the flying saucer/alien phenomenon is shrouded in
secrecy, mystery, and just plain smoke; you rarely get a chance to
attach a person to an event or research. This is the one instance you
can actually get to know about the people involved. Their accessibility
is almost as important as their discoveries. Wouldn't every physicist
alive love to be able to pick up the telephone and call Albert
Einstein? It's a rare privilege, and not one to be taken lightly. One
day your grandchildren may ask you if you ever got a chance to see
these people in person. Don't ignore the opportunity!
Dr.John Mack, physician and Alien Abduction researcher
- In a tragic accident, Dr.John Mack was killed on September 27, 2004.
He was hit by a drunk driver while walking with friends after dinner in London.
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