posted on Mar, 12 2017 @ 10:46 AM
a reply to: Macenroe82
Yep. I'm halfway through.
I'm not ready to review it.
They are building a theory from the ground up that has similarities with old ideas but for those who read carefully they are not parroting them, but
critiquing them and stating their own interpretation.
It is nonfiction but readable. For those who've "heard it all before" it will seem too detailed and for those to whom the subject matter is new, it
provides depth and history.
Frankly, they could have added even more to it than they did, exploring a multitude of other cultures and how they fit the patterns they are working
with in their thesis.
There is also the reference back to what their high level contacts said they should focus on, which is subtle and might be missed if it isn't read
I find it fascinating because of my interests and how non-UFO books I've studied are enriching the experience for me.
Anyway, I'm not all the way through with it so my opinion may evolve.
A lot of folks here are being very negative, but I've come to expect that. I suggest you read it to form your own opinion.
edit on 12-3-2017 by AboveBoard because: (no reason given)