I just finished Nick's book Contactees which is an amazing read -- thoroughly researched and based on FOIA requests. That's one thing Nick excels at
is FOIA requests.
I followed ufomystic.com...
the old blog Nick used to post on regularly and now his blog is nickredfernfortean.blogspot.com...
So basically he doesn't discount the extraterrestrial angle but hasn't found any real evidence for it yet while loads of government disinformation has
been found but still there are puzzling things. Like Nick mentioned recently a sighting he came across in the U.K. in 1965 of a fleet of triangle
craft -- like the black equilateral triangles - and just like Belgium they could not be caught up with. So Nick says -- if this was military then why
didn't the military use it publicly to show the Communists they didn't have a chance? Etc. I pointed out to Nick that I saw a big black equilateral
triangle up close in 1997 - I saw the craft itself but first I saw the lights on the horizon and then they flew towards our house -- I could then
triangulate the distance and size of the craft based on the hill near our house and the big tree it flew over. Anyway then Nick emailed me back
saying he had documents on a 1952 sighting of a triangle UFO over a U.S. airforce base in the U.K. My take is this stuff is secret military aircraft
based on Tesla technology that the Nazis were developing and then got handed over to the U.S. But why hasn't the U.S. gone public with it? It's kind
of like Israel's nukes I think.
Wow I just looked it up -- says Israel nukes now on German submarines!!
Anyway so I just bought Nick's last five books and I'm waiting for his new release in Sept. and also maybe Memoirs of a Monster Hunter -- but I guess
there was only one copy left new in the U.S. warehouses. I previously read Man-Monkey and the FBI Files I think it was called -- and I read his first
book also but he's not as credulous as he was then in his very first book probably over 15 years ago.
Anyway I read his earlier books -- Body Snatchers in the Desert is by far my favorite but I guess people got pissed since he was using unnamed sources
and so the "true believers" in the E.T. Roswell really dismissed the book.
OH yeah I read On the Trail of Saucer Spies and Strange Secrets
I read his monster hunting book in Puerto Rico -- Oh I guess that was Memoirs of a Monster Hunter. I haven't read Three Men Seeking
So anyway the Contactees book focuses on the altered states of consciousness angle -- along with an external energy angle -- and throw in a bit of
military mind control -- but I'm not doing the book justice. Again it's a very thorough examination of the 1950s type Contactees and their legacy up
till now. A truly fascinating read.
Yeah I'm gonna read "Real Men in Black" next - - Nick's blog says it's just now translated into French.
Yeah and his Pentagon and Pyramids book does give some credence to the ancient spiritual sound energy angle -- which is my personal project -- I have
the "Devil's Chord" thread here. I haven't read that one but just heard a couple interviews. Also I was following Nick's book promotion podcasts -
-he does like 20 or so per book and has been publishing a couple books a year so he's known for being very prolific. But they are all solid books
-again using FOIA research and on-the-ground research. Nick's made several trips to Puerto Rico - and with Jon Downes - Jon Downes has a great book
on Puerto Rico also based on their trip there.
So you can hear a recent interview with Nick on radiomisterioso.com...
-- and judge for yourself about his credibility because Nick, like people
have said, is very open-minded and he takes criticism well and he approachs the paranormal UFO cryptozoology -- Fortean topics - as a level-headed
I know he has to rely on judging the character of the witness reports he gets -- but then again he does lean on the altered states of consciousness
bit -- so it's not to dismiss people but just to realize that there is probably some sort of holographic realm of reality that can be tapped into. I
mean I had criticized Nick before for relying on folkloric material that can not be verified but I think he does the best he can -- obviously there
has to be eyewitness testimony as the basis for much of the material. Some have compared Nick to Brad Steiger in terms of credibility and the
prolific turn out. I like Nick's books better though.
Nick thinks Bigfoot is less of a physical creature and more of a "tulpa" -- a conjured up paranormal entity that is described in Alexandra
David-Neel's books from her meditation studies in Tibet. This is something I have done myself with the fulllotus third eye qigong training so I am in
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