posted on Jan, 20 2012 @ 08:12 AM
I would expend your plea to safeguard online data to include books about the UFO subject.
In the half century of the UFO involvment with Earth, there are hundreds of books, many of which are absolute classics that step-by-step detail the
meeting of our world's cultures with this unusual phenomenea. Some of these great classics even include books denying the UFOs as did Sagan in his,
"UFOs: A Scientific Debate."
The absolutely best book to acquire is Capt. Edward J. Ruppelt's "The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects." The former head of the air force's
Project Blue Book is an amazing read when you read between the lines.
I will say, having been on the scene from virtually day one, that most of you on ATS today will be utterly amazed at the content and far-reaching
insights into some of these important books.
If you believe that the UFOs are legimate craft from other worlds and that eventually the truth will out, then these books will be highly prized at
that time as collector items. Many of those books contain details that certain forces won't want to be remembered once they ease us into knowing
that the UFOs actually do exist. They will write the history of the UFOs in a far more flattering tone of themselves. The truth is out there--in
those old books!
So, frequent used book stores and collect a few of the older classics by Keyhoe, Edwards, Vallee, Fuller,Flower, Stringfield, Hynek, and many, many
others. Once they are gone, UFO history can be rewritten as desired.