By Colin Wilson
In this vintage e-book on UFOs, bestselling writer Colin Wilson, a well known authority at the paranormal, examines the proof and develops a definitive concept of the alien touch phenomenon.
Alien Dawn covers Wilson's research into documented proof of wierd and unexplained phenomena, together with UFOs, poltergeists, historic folklore, time slips, out-of-body reports, mystical know-how, and psychic trip to different worlds. the end result: a desirable and encyclopedic research of the complicated nature of truth. this can be essentially the most complete explorations of the topic undertaken, with conclusions certain to surprise the reader, no matter if believer or skeptic.
Features a brand new advent by way of the writer.
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It was in this latter capacity that I came to meet Uri Geller, who had achieved overnight fame for bending spoons by gently rubbing them. Prepared to believe that Geller was—as his critics alleged—merely a skilled conjuror, I was quickly convinced of his genuineness when he read my mind, reproducing a drawing I had made on the back of a menu card while he sat with his back to me—a sketch of a grotesque little creature that I invented to amuse my children. After I had turned over the menu card and covered it with my hand, Geller turned round, and asked me to stare into his eyes and transmit the drawing.
I had come across the case of a police patrolman, Herb Schirmer, who had seen a UFO at a crossroads in Ashland, Nebraska, then saw it take off. Back at the police station, he realised that it was later than he thought—he seemed to have lost a period of about twenty minutes. Regressed by a hypnotist, he recalled being taken on board by aliens, who told him that they were conducting some breeding programme concerning humans. Then he was released—with his memory erased. But that was in 1967, almost thirty years before.
The Occult had been well received, and I suddenly found myself invited to take part in projects involving the paranormal—such as presenting a series on BBC television, and serving on the editorial board of a series of books called The Unexplained. It was in this latter capacity that I came to meet Uri Geller, who had achieved overnight fame for bending spoons by gently rubbing them. Prepared to believe that Geller was—as his critics alleged—merely a skilled conjuror, I was quickly convinced of his genuineness when he read my mind, reproducing a drawing I had made on the back of a menu card while he sat with his back to me—a sketch of a grotesque little creature that I invented to amuse my children.