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In this vintage ebook on UFOs, bestselling writer Colin Wilson, a well known authority at the paranormal, examines the facts and develops a definitive thought of the alien touch phenomenon.

Alien Dawn covers Wilson's research into documented facts of odd and unexplained phenomena, together with UFOs, poltergeists, historical folklore, time slips, out-of-body reports, mystical expertise, and psychic trip to different worlds. the end result: a desirable and encyclopedic learn of the complicated nature of truth. this is often probably the most entire explorations of the topic undertaken, with conclusions bound to surprise the reader, even if believer or skeptic.

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Alien Dawn: A Classic Investigation into the Contact Experience

During this vintage ebook on UFOs, bestselling writer Colin Wilson, a popular authority at the paranormal, examines the proof and develops a definitive idea of the alien touch phenomenon. Alien sunrise covers Wilson's research into documented proof of odd and unexplained phenomena, together with UFOs, poltergeists, historical folklore, time slips, out-of-body stories, mystical knowledge, and psychic go back and forth to different worlds.

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If we wake up feeling today is going to be futile, it probably will be. These, it seemed to me, are the really interesting questions: how we could raise the intensity of consciousness, how we could cease to be what Nietzsche called ‘human, all too human’. It seemed obvious that the feeling of happiness and expectation is a state of mind, which has nothing to do with the actual circumstances of our lives. You could feel it as easily in a rubbish tip as standing on top of Mount Everest. In that case the great riddle lay inside us, not in what happens around us.

Mack, whose first reaction was that such people must be ‘crazy’, was soon convinced that most of them were as normal as he was. The result was his book Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens (1994), of which I speak in the first chapter of the present book. It almost caused him to lose his job at Harvard, but fortunately sanity prevailed. , organised by Phyllis Benjamin, when I attended a lecture by David Jacobs, a professor at Temple University in Philadelphia, called ‘Abduction and the Paranormal’.

But what impressed me most at that conference was an anecdote that surfaced by chance. The four of us—Rhea, Peter Russell, Stan Grof, and I—were engaged in a symposium, when Stan mentioned that he thought he had once had contact with an active force of evil. When I asked him to elaborate, he said the story was too long. Backed up by the others—and the audience—I asked him to tell it all the same. When he had first been in America, he said, he had attended a psychiatric conference. One of the psychiatrists was presenting the case of a twenty-eight-year-old woman named Flora, a depressive with violent suicidal tendencies.

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