The Terra Papers -
The Papers were written by Robert Morning Sky, a Hopi (and Apache) whose grandfather was part of a group of Hopi who saw a "UFO" crash in 1947 and
arrived first on the scene, rescuing Bek'Ti, a "blue," from the wreckage before the military showed up.
Bek'Ti was nursed back to health by the Hopi tribe, and Bek'Ti came to trust them. In return for the kindnesses, Bek'Ti taught some tribal members
the history of Earth (with holographic projection and all!).
The tribe (or those few that were selected for this information) have been keeping the information secret, passing it down the (few) generations.
Robert Morning Sky was chosen as one who would learn the information.
Robert kept the information secret, but he began to see it coming out in various forms in such writings as Sitchen and Bramley, none of who had the
full story. So he felt that he could write up something that dealt only with the specifics he had seen out in the world already.
And so, as a paper for college, he wrote The Terra Papers.
When I was reading the Papers, I was an "alien agnostic." I gave it about a 60% probability aliens were on and around this planet. And when I read
the first pages, I was certain I was reading bad scifi. I nearly quit at page 25. But I was intrigued by the back story and wanted to see what the
point was, so I kept reading.
At page 40, things started making a bit of sense, and by the time I got to the end I was shaking, literally, from a radical paradigm shift. I KNEW
they are amongst us.
Here is a link to them (the page numbers on the site do not correspond to the page numbers in the Papers, page 26 - which is "missing" - was blank
in Book 1, pages 4 and 28 were blank in Book 2):
And here's the thread:
[edit on 7/10/2008 by Amaterasu]