Tuesday, July 31, 2012

The Authentic Book Of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts

In a new article at UFO Digest, Sean Casteel begins:

"There has always been a semantic problem about just what to call the UFO occupants. For the most part, the generally agreed on term is 'aliens,' though everyone from Whitley Strieber to the late Budd Hopkins believed the term is inadequate to accurately describe just whom we are dealing with in such cases.

"Timothy Green Beckley of Global Communications recently published a book called 'The Authentic Book Of Ultra-Terrestrial Contacts' in which he argues that the UFO community should be open to calling the creatures from the unknown 'Ultra-Terrestrials' and that we should more closely examine the idea that they come from right here on Earth.

"The term 'Ultra-Terrestrials' did not originate with Beckley, who referred me to an article on a website called 'Unexplained Mysteries,' specifically a piece written by Ken Korczak called 'Ultra-Terrestrials: Do They Walk Among Us?'”

And here's the link to the complete article.

1 comment:

  1. Beings from other universes or dimensions that access this one through wormholes are properly called ultraterrestrials. Beings from outer space are extraterrestrials. Beings employed as bank managers are something, but they're not human.