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Originally posted by LifeInDeath
Originally posted by mee30
I bet half these people are making these announcements because they NEED a new revenue stream. So they figure why not make it out of the UFO community, they'll buy anything from an "official"...
Does he have a book out or coming out by any chance? Or is he doing paid speeches/interviews?
It's what bothers me too. They always come out with these revelations just when they've published a novel or book about the subject. It always casts doubt on their motives to me. I'm a skeptic by nature, but on the subject of alien visitors I'm not a non-believer. I want to believe, as the X-files saying goes, but I need hard evidence before I will. And I would like for these guys who are "in the know" to not always be saying this stuff when they have a book to sell.
This book is far more than a simple battle scene narration. It's a story embracing courage, love, and a penetrating view of the human mind under extremes of stress. The central figure, a jet fighter pilot, spends years in spine chilling Korean and Vietnam combat plus cold war actions around the world. A naturally endowed psychic, he sees flashes of incidents past and future that he doesn't understand and fears to share. Among these are fortelling President Kennedy's death and predicting his own violent combat death that is vividly related in the opening chapter. The story flashes back to narrative form and follows the hero's life through a series of aerial actions, a failed marriage, romantic episodes and incidents, and a friendship of warriors that lasts through thick and thin. It reaches a startling conclusion when, after death, the man's immortal spirit endures afterlife pain and eventual reincarnation.