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has anyone read all of Tom Dongo's books on the mysteries of Sedona

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posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 01:21 PM
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and if so, are there some you would recommend more than others

am thinking about getting a few but he seems to have written quite a few and am wondering whether they simply all go over the same ground

I have heard there is much testimony from locals about their experiences.




posted on Mar, 12 2013 @ 10:35 PM
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1) This sub-forum is for Area 51 and other facilities.. Keyword, facility. Not, general area or supposed Nibiru sightseeing 'hot spots'. C'mon.

2) Tom Dongo is a sensationalist hippie

3) Tom Dongo gives PAID guided tours of UFO 'hot spots' in a minivan


4) Tom Dongo frequently touches on the existence of 'Nibiru' and complete nonsense of the like

5) His 'books' are merely that. I'd consider them pamphlets

6) His last name has the word 'Dong' in it


That is all.....



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 12:58 AM
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I had to star you just for number 6. I'm all for the First Amendment and free-enterprise but I am so sick and tired of all of these people writing 50 page booklets about Parawhatever and making money off of people to dumb to realize that they are being taken advantage of.

Most of these writers just browse the internet and gather information and put it together in different format and call it their own masterpiece and sell it.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 04:03 AM
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If I had not had pretty unusual experiences myself, I would not be asking the bloody question to begin with

so thanks for the lazy assumptions, bias, character assasination and general bollocks but, you don't know me, you don't know my experiences so quit the assumptions of intellectual superiority

I see none in evidence other than, your self appointed genuis which is sadly lacking

and as for the detail nazi, I have read of on here allegations and elsewhere of a base in Seonda, so get your facts straight
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 04:38 AM
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My bad...I thought you were asking for information about Mr. Dongo's writing. If the answers given were not what you wanted then:

Mr. Tom Dongo is a great guy. He lives in the Sedona area so he is most likely an expert on the subject matter and as such anything he writes about it should be bought immediately and taken as the word of God. Mr. Dongo has written eight (8) major scientific treatise on the Alien/UFO subject matter and is such a prolific writer he is able to condense his eclectic expertise in as little a 30 - 200 pages per book.

You were thinking about buying some of his material but I think that is a mistake. I think you should purchase everything he has to offer because no one else has the understanding of the Sedona mysteries as well as Mr. Dongo.

Mr. Dongo has his own website where he sells all of his material and gives invaluable information on a variety of subjects that all have their root in the alien/ufo agenda. I don't know if we can give links to other websites such as his but if you type his full name with a dotcom at the end you are there.



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 09:27 AM
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Hi, having lived in Arizona i used to frequent sedona for hiking and biking in the back country, truly great.

Never really did have any experiences along the lines your looking for though but having camped and talked with locals and other people who had spent far more time there than me, i can say that there are stories of secret bases and such.
The only experience i have ever had was when a freind and i were on a week long biking trip, we did come across an fairly unused dirt road and decided to follow it hoping for at least a break from the rugged terrain. Along the road( i would say about a day and half of biking sooo....20-25 miles south/s.w.) we ran into a truck load of military reservists.
No guns drawn or anything like that they told us they were there from Luke AFB doing some trainng, talked with us for about ten minutes and told us we should go back the way we came, one even tried to recruit us....

Anyway i found this link which i think you might be able to explore a bit if your researching, not sure its what your lookng for but....
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posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by RadicalRebel
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Hi, having lived in Arizona i used to frequent sedona for hiking and biking in the back country, truly great.

Never really did have any experiences along the lines your looking for though but having camped and talked with locals and other people who had spent far more time there than me, i can say that there are stories of secret bases and such.
The only experience i have ever had was when a freind and i were on a week long biking trip, we did come across an fairly unused dirt road and decided to follow it hoping for at least a break from the rugged terrain. Along the road( i would say about a day and half of biking sooo....20-25 miles south/s.w.) we ran into a truck load of military reservists.
No guns drawn or anything like that they told us they were there from Luke AFB doing some trainng, talked with us for about ten minutes and told us we should go back the way we came, one even tried to recruit us....

Anyway i found this link which i think you might be able to explore a bit if your researching, not sure its what your lookng for but....
wordpress



hey dude, thanks for the response

will look into it further



posted on Mar, 13 2013 @ 05:22 PM
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Originally posted by mikelkhall
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My bad...I thought you were asking for information about Mr. Dongo's writing. If the answers given were not what you wanted then:

Mr. Tom Dongo is a great guy. He lives in the Sedona area so he is most likely an expert on the subject matter and as such anything he writes about it should be bought immediately and taken as the word of God. Mr. Dongo has written eight (8) major scientific treatise on the Alien/UFO subject matter and is such a prolific writer he is able to condense his eclectic expertise in as little a 30 - 200 pages per book.

You were thinking about buying some of his material but I think that is a mistake. I think you should purchase everything he has to offer because no one else has the understanding of the Sedona mysteries as well as Mr. Dongo.

Mr. Dongo has his own website where he sells all of his material and gives invaluable information on a variety of subjects that all have their root in the alien/ufo agenda. I don't know if we can give links to other websites such as his but if you type his full name with a dotcom at the end you are there.



becuase ultimately dude, the question was addressed to those, who have read some, all or any of his books, I don't require a sermon about new age fluff, I am well aware of that gravy train but I am not close minded either, I am not of the philosophy, that you throw the baby out with the bath water, and god, nah, all human beings are highly fallible but the notion all are doing nothing but just always selling rubbish, is another debate entirely

if he had written, 50 books about Sedona, I could see your point, but, your reaction seems knee jerk to me, I was simply asking a question
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