BOOK REVIEW: Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers by Jacques Vallee (Daily Grail Publishing) / Having further. Jacques Fabrice Vallée (French: [vale]; born September 24, ) is a computer scientist, . Speculation about these potential links were first detailed in Vallée’s third UFO book, Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers. SOURCE: Vallee, Jacques. Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., Preface, pp. vii-ix;.
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Magonia, heaven, hell, Elfland – all such places have in common one characteristic: It has rightly earned its place as a classic in the UFO literature.
Ezekiel’s Wheel circa — B. Nov 07, Joey Madia rated it it was amazing. He advocates a stronger and more serious involvement of science in the UFO research and debate. In an interview on Conspire. Professionally he started as an astronomer at the Paris Observatory inbefore he finally moved to the United States in and began working in astronomy at the University of Texas at Austin, at whose MacDonald Observatory he worked on NASA’s first project making a detailed informational map of Mars.
And, weirdly, brightly-lit metal batons: Bezorgopties We bieden verschillende opties aan voor het bezorgen of ophalen van je bestelling. They seduce earth women, and the few heroes who dare seek their friendship find passsport girls from Elfland endowed with desires that betray a carnal, rather than purely aerial, nature.
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He also has an appendix for a comprehensive list of ufo sightings and abductions. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: From tohe served as a general partner of several funds in Silicon Valleymost notably as the co-founder of the family of three Euro-America Ventures funds in North America and Europe.
But investigators have neglected to recognize one important perspective of the phenomenon: Astrophysics University of Lille Nord de France MayPat Price and Ingo Swann. Sep 30, Luke Scriven rated it it was amazing. Index of ufology articles. Toon passprot Toon minder.
Passport to Magonia is rare in that It combines both mythology and folklore to the subject of UFOs to build not only a fascinating and informative background but also an extremely convincing case- passpot that is both original as well as a well-researched thesis and one that’s difficult not to if not outright totally agree with his vallew immediately credence to. Scientific opinion has generally followed public opinion in the belief that unidentified flying objects either do not exist the “natural phenomena hypothesis” or, if they do, must represent evidence of a visitation by some advanced race of space travellers the extraterrestrial hypothesis or “ETH”.
Still, a good, though not vital read, but an important book.
If you don’t know about the great matonia flap of the early s, then you have no business dissing this book. In this sense, it’s definitely an important volume on t I primarily started reading this book as it is considered one of the classics in its genre. It has little to do with the problem of knowing whether UFOs are physical realities or not.
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If we take a wide sample of this historical material, we find that it is organized around one central theme: The person who could write that book, would be worth a small fortune. And, Aleister Crowley’s run in with two gnomes or aliens. As one folklore tradition is transmitted from one community to another, some details are dynamic, while others stay the same.
It is so comprehensive I find myself wondering what an updated edition would look like. From Folklore to Flying Saucers. This was one of the first book that didn’t treat UFOs so much as visitors in spacecraft from other planets, but drew paralels to the phenomenon of fairies, gnomes and such, that bear many similarities with modern UFO experiences.
The idea of UFOs was not unknown inbut most of the people in attendance at the Fatima apparitions would not have attributed the claimed phenomena there to UFOs, let alone to extraterrestrials.
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The first half of this book is a fascinating compendium of word of mouth sightings of fairie folk and little people, and the consequences of encounters with such. Preview — Ho to Magonia by Jacques F. Rather, it is much more likely that that is exactly what the manipulators want us to believe.
Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Vallee cites the book, Magick Without Tearsfor the Crowley experience. The entities could be multidimensional beyond space-time, and thus could coexist with humans, yet remain undetected. Gratis verzending 30 dagen bedenktijd en gratis retourneren Ophalen bij een bol. An instant classic when first published inthe book remains a must-have resource for anybody interested in the topics of UFOs and alien contact, as well pasxport those fascinated by fairy folklore and other paranormal encounters.
During this period, he received a Ph. Oct 26, Bryan Hole rated it it was amazing. I think his argument evolved into something far less theoretical and more convincing and his later books are better for it.
Only this can psasport the true nature of the UFO phenomenon. You are commenting using your Twitter account. While analyzing observations from many parts of the world, Vallee became intrigued by the similarities in every culture in patterns between modern sightings and historical reports of encounters with flying objects and their occupants.
They serve man or fight him. I suppose with the easy connections to the internet that are available now, that I hadn’t considered how laborious it would be to gather all of that information together in the time before computers.
And the best way to study these phenomena is to avoid speculation and to collect mgonia publish available data i. If it was real, physical, but not ET.