Late last year we linked to a crowd-funding campaign to help fund high-quality UFO research through the sale of a collector’s edition of Jacques Vallee and Chris Aubeck’s Wonders in the Sky.
Though the campaign didn’t reach its financial target before the end date, Jacques was encouraged enough by the amount of interest from collectors to go forward with the publication of the limited edition, and while doing so started a secondary campaign for those that might have missed the chance to grab a copy first time around.
That second campaign is now at 97% of its target funding (just $385 short of its goal), with only two days to go before it finishes. So if you want to grab your own copy of this special edition from one of the legends of ufology (only 500 copies will ever be printed), you can help get this crowd-funding campaign over the line by heading to the IndieGoGo page and making a pledge now.
We have re-launched our campaign based on the initial success with early collectors, who have already reserved the first 150 books. Their contributions have enabled us to finish the research and the layout for the book, which is now being printed in China, with an expected release date in the US of late May 2016.
Wonders in the Sky is a collector’s limited edition book by world-leading UFO researchers Jacques Vallée and Chris Aubeck, which presents the scientific research and artistic beauty of 424 UFO sightings prior to the Industrial Revolution. This is the new benchmark in UFO research.
Under our contract with the initial publisher of the paperback edition of Wonders in the Sky (Tarcher-Penguin) we have agreed no more than 500 copies of this exceptional, Limited Edition will ever be printed.
The text has been augmented with many new cases, a new round of analysis of all previous cases, and stunning new iconography in high-resolution color.
Jacques tells me has just reviewed the final proof of the book, and printing will take place next week – so those who have ordered themselves a copy should begin receiving their books in late May and early June. Get in!