Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Those Evil ETs...

If you're one of those naive and trusting souls who actually believes that the UFO phenomenon is benevolent, and that its presence on our world is somehow benefiting us, then Evil Empire of the ETs and the Ultra-Terrestrials is not the book for you!

If, however, you're like me and you strongly suspect there is something deeply sinister about the presence of...well...something in our midst that is self-serving, deceptive, manipulative and maybe even downright hostile, then this most definitely is the book for you!

One only has to take a look at the likes of Jacques Vallee's Messengers of Deception and John Keel's Operation Trojan Horse (or my Final Events) to see that something is taking us for a ride - and many are falling for what amounts to a carefully orchestrated agenda of obfuscation and exploitation.

Published by Tim Beckley's Inner Light Publications/Global Communications, Evil Empire... devotes more than 200 of its pages to a reproduction of Dr. Karla Turner's book, Into the Fringe.

I remember reading Turner's book when it was first published (I'm pretty sure I got it via Bob Gerard's much-missed Arcturus Books, as I was still living back in England then), and well recall the graphic story it told, as well as the not-always positive effects that interaction with the entities behind the UFO phenomenon (whatever they really are) can provoke.

And, if you have never had the chance to read Into the Fringe, well, that alone is reason enough to get hold of a copy of this new title from Tim B.

We're also treated to (A) papers on mind-manipulation by the others, (B) reports on what happens when E.T. turns bad, and (C) a very intriguing paper by Brad and Sherry Steiger titled Hostile Encounters with Alien Intelligences that demonstrates the undeniable parallels between certain aspects of "alien abduction" lore, mythologies and centuries-old stories relative to fairies and incubus/succubi-style experiences, and even links with the afterlife and the realm of the dead.

It's books like this one that convince me more and more that the E.T. "meme" is one purposefully spread by these "things" to encourage beliefs that we have in our presence friendly (or, at least, benevolent) entities from some far away world who are here to help.

But, when one looks at cases like that of Dr. Karla Turner, the undeniably negative aspects of many encounters, and the phenomenon-initiated manipulation and deception that run rife in such cases, it becomes clear that we are being used in some fashion - and for purposes not entirely apparent.

Maybe it has always been that way, ever since the phenomenon manifested as demons and gods thousands of years ago, as fairies and goblins in the Middle Ages, las long-haired Space Brothers in the 1950s, and - particularly in the 1980s and 1990s - as other-worldly, black-eyed dwarfs on an evolutionary decline.

Read this book, learn from it, and don't fall for the "friendly E.T." ruse. For a ruse it surely is.

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