"Solving the Communion Enigma" is the product of ten years of research into the whole spectrum of ‘new’ unusual experiences that have emerged in the human community over the past hundred years. These include the enigmas of unidentified flying objects, close encounters, crop formations, strange animal mutilations and a whole array of lesser known anomalous experiences that are little remarked in the press or research literature.
As it weaves together the previously hidden links between these anomalies, it draws a startling new picture of them that leads to an inescapable conclusion: they are all related, and are apparently the result of a single core event that is not only evolving and developing literally year by year, but also has more profound implications for the human future than anything else mankind has ever faced.
Wombaticus Rex wrote:Whitley Strieber! Now with 100x more Linda Moulton Howe!
a startling new picture of them that leads to an inescapable conclusion: they are all related
Nordic wrote:Wow, I just read that headline as "Whitey's got a new book out".
You know, it's MLK day and all.
Maybe I need another cup of coffee.
What he forgets is that all of us have experienced visitors who overstayed their welcome, the enigmatic kind that give very little back to their hosts. The last thing we need is a resurrection of the alien argument and autopsy as his final autobiographical undertaking and latest bid for glory. Unless there is new empirical proof of an alien presence that he has been exclusively sitting upon these past fourteen years, all we can expect is a regurgitation of earlier digested and eliminated anecdotal evidence, all tied together with his strings of longing to be a legend.
Sounder wrote:Some folk seem to have no sense of their own role with respect to their cogitations.
Wombaticus Rex wrote:I am quite adept at emulating the patterns of competence enough to draw readers in, but their subsequent conclusions and questions indicate I am, at best, a purveyor of compelling ink blot tests.
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