The Threat – Dr David Jacobs
Among mainstream abduction researchers, David Jacobs is closer to the shores of Ithaca than most. Rather than see alien abductions as a wonderful or excusable phenomenon, Jacobs presents the conservative possibility that perhaps the grays don’t have mankind’s best interest in mind. He presents evidence that aliens are creating a race of hybrids to replace mankind, and that they want this planet for themselves. For veterans of the fringe, this is old news, and Jacobs’ rigid academic approach to researching abductions (to uphold his credibility) also limits the scope and depth of his analysis. Nevertheless, The Threat is an excellent introduction to the abduction phenomenon from a more mainstream perspective.
The Gods of Eden – William Bramley
What if there were a history book that analyzed past trends and events in context of the alien agenda to manipulate mankind? Well, here it is. From ancient Sumer to modern Europe, Bramley traces the influence of “the Custodians” and their subordinate human secret brotherhoods. This book is a great history text and includes lots of fascinating trivia showing that what appear to be random events may instead have been engineered to negatively influence the course of societal evolution. Heavily backed up with historical data and evidence, and does a good job of illustrating the far-ranging scope of the alien agenda.
UFOs and the National Security State – Richard Dolan
The most documented, thorough, and well-written book on the military-political aspect of the UFO phenomenon. This is for those who want hard evidence that the government has known about extraterrestrials for decades. Dolan details the mindset and workings of government agencies and black military projects regarding their continued coverup of the alien presence, and has thus written a thorough textbook on UFOlogy.
The Love Bite – Eve Lorgen
This book is about alien manipulation of human love affairs. Eve Lorgen examines multiple accounts of abductees being soul and mind programmed to fall in love, with one partner then being artificially “switched off” to leave the other in utter agony – generating negative emotional energy which aliens feed upon. I highly recommend this book for its gutsy approach to exploring the fringe of the abduction phenomenon, an area ignored by most researchers, as it discusses military abductions and the reptilian aspect. Most importantly, The Love Bite exposes how these beings feed upon our emotional energy and use methods of mind control and psychological torture to extract it. An eye opening book.
The Allies of Humanity – Marshall Vian Summers
An easy-to-understand summary of the perilous situation facing this planet: the imminent conquest of humanity by an alien empire bent on assimilating us into their self-serving collective. So say the Allies, a small group of benevolent aliens who have monitored the situation and sought to warn humanity through this book. Although this book does not provide documented evidence, it appeals to reason and intuitive perception rather than stubborn skepticism. That’s why I like The Allies of Humanity; it cuts right to the chase. After discussing the alien agenda, the Allies recommend knowledge as the solution: increase knowledge to increase self-determination and thus freedom. The vibes of these words suggest they (the Allies) could be fourth density STO (service-to-others) beings, however they seem to have watered down the information a bit to make it more easily understandable to a broader 3D audience. For example, they do not mention the hyperdimensional or time traveling nature of the alien threat. Still, The Allies of Humanity does a great job of painting the big picture regarding the alien presence.
Taken – Dr. Karla Turner
“Inside the Alien-Human abduction agenda.” Incredible book detailing the more sinister aspects of the abduction phenomenon including military abductions, mind programming, manipulative implants, cloning and reanimation, and psychological/sexual torture by hostile aliens. This rare and out-of-print book can thankfully be read freely at the above link. Karla Turner tragically died of breast cancer in 1996, some suspect this was the deliberate termination of a dynamite researcher. It’s easy to see why when you read this book.