Mac Tonnies' The Cryptoterrestrials: Coming in March

Spring is the season that carries a lot of good things: warmer days, flowering trees —miniskirts ;)— and this year will have an added bonus, courtesy of Anomalist Books: Mac Tonnies' (1975-2009) long awaited book, 'The Cryptoterrestrials.'. From the Foreword to the book, written by Nick Redfern:

If evidence for the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis has failed to surface—despite decades of hard work and diligent investigations —then maybe we should consider the notion that we are looking for the answers in all the wrong places. Instead of looking up, maybe we should be looking around us. And, perhaps, even below us, too.

Anomalist Books has prepared a webpage devoted to the release of the book; from there we learn that it will be 128 pages long, and will include 11 illustrations by Mike Clelland. Mike is not only an incredibly gifted graphic artist — as can be perceived from the beautiful illustration below — but he himself is becoming a rising voice around the paranormal blogosphere; his own blog Hidden Experience has become an open diary where he's not afraid to graciously share his experiences with honesty & open-mindedness, and he even had the chance to become a friend of Mac's.

Our friend Mac, at the threshold of the unknown
(click on the image for a larger view)

So, yet another reason why I predict 'The Cryptoterrestrials' will become an insta-classic, and yet an even broader audience will have the luck to know the works of the mind behind Posthuman Blues.


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MacaPaca's picture
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Looks like an intereting book.

Does Sigourney Weaver know her image was used on the cover?

red pill junkie's picture
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Now THAT is interesting. Because to me it looks more like David Bowie in The Man who Fell to Earth —so the androginous being is kind of a Roscharch test for the subliminal mind ;)

PS: The Man Who Fell to Earth was supposedly going to have a remake in the near future.

It's not the depth of the rabbit hole that bugs me...
It's all the rabbit SH*T you stumble over on your way down!!!

Red Pill Junkie

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Makes me misty. I so loved reading his writing.

I can't wait to read this book.