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Thiaoouba Prophecy is a UFO contactee book written by Michel Desmarquet. It was first published in 1993 by Arafura Publishing under the title Abduction to the 9th Planet. The book covers a variety of controversial topics, claiming to pass on crucial and exceptional information and messages with regard to the true purpose of life in general and our life on Earth in particular, as directly taught to the author by highly advanced alien human beings, calling themselves Thiaooubans, living on the planet Thiaoouba, located in our galaxy (the Milky Way). The book claims to reveal the truth about important moments in Earth's history that have led to the current life situation on our planet, the true identity of Jesus Christ, and the true origin and background of Biblical events, as well as, shockingly, elucidate and even correct certain important points in the Bible. Other topics covered include, but are not limited to, the Higher Self / Overself, auras, telepathy, superluminal travel, extrasolar planets, extra-terrestrial lifeforms, the Great Pyramid, ancient and lost civilizations, Atlantis, Easter Island, Mu, lost knowledge and sciences on Earth (including technology such as antigravity), health, well-being, true happiness, true love, spiritual affinity, sexuality. Ecology is one of the pivotal topics in the book.
...The CIA set up many saucer publishers, sponsored the publicity received by Adamski’s books and others, and sponsored the wave of saucer articles in 1952 in ‘Life’, ‘Look’, etc.”…
…Davidson himself concluded that every aspect of the mystery led back to the CIA. He argued that they had deliberately concocted the major UFO reports and fed them into the public arena as a cover for experimental aircraft and rocket tests at best and psychological warfare experiments practiced on its own citizens at worst...
Originally posted by WorldObserver
reply to post by Unknown Soldier
I have actually read his firs book “Abduction to the 9th Planet” and whilst an interesting story, that is all it is - a story. It is classic “fantasy” with all the hallmarks. No reality at all and too many holes. This guy has been trying for over 10 years to be famous and it has never panned out for him – you know like another Whitley Strieber. I am very open minded, but I would say without reservation that this guy is delusional. I don’t think he is deliberately scamming people, but I do think he has a mental problem (and I don’t mean that in a mean way).
Originally posted by Kandinsky
reply to post by Unknown Soldier
Wow! What a truly shocking sweater he's wearing. I hope to God I don't get one of those for Xmas.
I'd never heard of him either other than there's a member with the name hermaphroditeProphecy. I have to say, he writes quite an interesting story and it's pacy too.
You know what the strangest thing is? Just looking at him is making me imagine things I've never before thought about a man...such dashing good looks...such great taste in clothes...he's the Buck Rogers of the Contactee world!
This may seem as a fairytale - but read it all, and you will recognize a lot of wisdom. If this is all a fabricated story - it is though filled with ancient and spiritual knowledge and wisom of a remarkable kind. And their claim to be hermaphrodites (and much more here) fits with the spiritual science of Martinus - from his very deep wisdombooks from almost a century back.
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
i was reading about this guy back in 1998, back before he was a "UFO Contactee". The one thing that was interesting was his promotion of the Shingo Village story, where they say Jesus is buried according to locals.
Other than that, he was a kook wearing clothes so ugly that you wouldn't have even seen them in an MC Hammer video.
Originally posted by Thiaoouba Prophecy
Call it a knowingness that after 7 years of research and a vast accumulation of circumstantial evidence validating this book I know it to be the Truth. But as the Buddha would put it, "Do not take my word for it" Investigate it yourself. You decide. Just don't take 7 years to do it as I did.