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Who’s Who of Aliens

Anomalist Books have published another gem of a book, this time the wonderfully odd An Alien Who’s Who, edited by Martin Kottmeyer:

Ashtar, Xyclon, Teletron, Sananda, Umaruru – so many names, so many aliens. Who can keep track of them all?

Thankfully, you don’t have to. An Alien Who’s Who has done it for you, collecting together nearly a thousand names of real extraterrestrials encountered by earthlings since flying saucers began taking over the planet. We’ve sifted through the writings of hundreds of UFO contactees, ufologists, and experiencers to bring to you not only their names, but also their views on God, Earth’s future, eternity, politics, and how we should run our lives. Like ’em or not, we strongly advise you: Don’t leave Earth without it!

The sort of book that drives those boorish CSICOPians into hysterics…but which I love to sit down and peruse with a tasty beverage in hand. You can find the book at Amazon US and UK.

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  1. Alien Who’s who
    This one looks pretty good.

    There was a decent TV programme about UFO sightings and such which took a tounge-in-cheek approach, with a very British kind of humour similar to Doug Adams–perhaps called “a field guide to UFOs” or some such.

    I wish someone would do a fictional film that actually uses the existing lore about ETs etc –not just the grays or x-files stuff, but something closer to “the day the earth stood still” —which actually acknowledges the “kooky” idea that Earth is still quarantined from joining “the federation” until we learn to stop destroying our planet and each other.

    Enough already with the meme of the hostile invading ETs as exemplified by films like “Independence Day”

    How about some of that peaceful and compassionate energy from our star siblings around the Pleiadies, Arcturus or Sirius? Too fluffy and boring? —I weep for the cynics.

    -Cmdr. Ashtar

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