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Abducted by Aliens

Or How I Learned to Cope With High Strangeness, Government

Harassment, and My Mother (a True Story)
by Chuck Weiss

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128: Recommended Reading (Part Two)

(From Page 344 – 347 of Abducted by Aliens, By Chuck Weiss)

Jim Keith
Casebook on the Men in Black. Lilburn, GA: IllumiNet Press, 1997.
Mind Control, World Control. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited Press, 1997.
Saucers of the Illuminati, Lilburn. GA: IllumiNet Press, 1999.
Mind Control and UFOs: Casebook on Alternative 3. Kempton, IL: Adventures Unlimited Press,
1999, rpt. 2005.
Jim Keith was a well respected researcher in the world of conspiracies, until his own suspicious
death while undergoing a simple knee operation. In a field filled with paranoia, his voice was
reasoned and his research well founded. I recommend his books, even if I do disagree with his
conclusions regarding ETs and flying vans.
Major Donald E. Keyhoe USMC (ret.)
The Flying Saucers are Real. New York, NY: Fawcett Publications, Inc., 1950.
Flying Saucers from Outer Space. New York, NY: Henry Holt & Co., 1953.
The Flying Saucer Conspiracy. New York, NY: Henry Holt & Co., 1955.
Alien from Space: The Real Story of Unidentified Flying Objects. New York, NY: Doubleday &
Co., 1973.
Donald Keyhoe was a retired Marine Corps Major with contacts in the Air Force that initially
cooperated with him and provided much of the case material he quoted. He was extremely
credible and was one of the first to write reasonably on the subject. His books are still good reads
these many years later.
John E. Mack, M.D.
Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliens. New York, NY: Macmillan Publishing Company,
Passport to the Cosmos: Human Transformation and Alien Encounters. New York, NY: Crown
Publishers, 1999.
Dr. Mack was a Harvard professor whose tenured position was challenged when he wrote that
the UFO Abduction phenomenon should be considered at face value, instead of treating it as a
mental health issue. His conclusion, that the ET agenda is largely spiritual in nature, is detailed
in Passport to the Cosmos and well worth reading.
Jim Marrs
Alien Agenda: Investigating the Extraterrestrial Presence Among Us. New York, NY: Harper
Collins, 1997.
If there was only one book to read on the subject of UFOs, this would be the one. The best
summary of the subject currently available. Jim Marrs is a superb researcher. His inquiries into
the JFK assassination (Crossfire), 9/11 (Inside Job and The Terror Conspiracy), and the
Illuminati (Rule by Secrecy) are all definitive works on their subjects.
Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier
The Morning of the Magicians. Paris: Editions Gallimard; New York, NY: Avon Books, 1963.
The authors cover a wide variety of unusual subjects to support their contention that our world
has entered a new era of the fantastic, where occult forces that had operated from behind the
scenes for thousands of years are now in the open for all to see. One third of the book focuses on
Nazi Germany and their crusade to forcibly substitute anti-intellectual chaos for reasoned
discourse throughout all aspects of German society.
Trevor Ravenscroft
The Spear of Destiny: The Occult Power Behind the Spear Which Pierced the Side of Christ.
York Beach, MN: Samuel Weiser, Inc., 1982.
This is an occult classic about the spear that supposedly pierced the side of Jesus while he was on
the cross, and its supernatural power to make armies that “carry it before them” invincible. The
author convincingly documents Hitler’s obsession with this religious artifact.
Bruce Rux
Hollywood Vs. the Aliens: The Motion Picture Industry’s Participation in UFO Disinformation.
Berkeley, CA: Frog Ltd., 1997.
An extensive work on Hollywood’s portrayal, in TV and the movies, of UFOs and their
occupants. The introduction alone, a 71-page history of the UFO phenomenon, is worth the price
of the book. (And the man knows the movies!)
Zecharia Sitchin
Divine Encounters: A Guide to Visions, Angels, and Other Emissaries. New York, NY: Avon
Books, 1995.
Mr. Sitchin is an expert in ancient languages, being able to read in the original the earliest
writings of Man known to exist. He is best known for his Earth Chronicles, a series of books that
carefully outline his theory that Earth was colonized in prehistory by Aliens who made mankind
“in their image” through genetic manipulation. In Divine Encounters, however, Mr. Sitchin
describes how the ancients said they communicated with their gods and goddesses. The prophetic
dreams and visions of ancient kings closely parallel the “dreams” and altered states of
consciousness described by UFO Experiencers.
Dusty Sklar
The Nazis and the Occult. New York, NY: Dorset Press, 1989.
It’s a short volume, only 180 pages, but comprehensive. A good introduction to the subject.
Originally published as Gods and Beasts: The Nazis and the Occult.
H. Michael Sweeney
The Professional Paranoid. Venice, CA: Feral House, 1998.
If you’re being harassed and want to fight back in the limited ways that are possible, this can an
empowering book to read.
Richard L. Thompson
Alien Identities: Ancient Insights into Modern UFO Phenomena. San Diego, CA: Govardhan
Hill, Inc., 1993.
This is a thick volume and a brilliant treatise on Aliens in human history, with an emphasis on
descriptions of UFO Encounters from the ancient texts of India.
Ryan Wood
MAJIC Eyes Only: Earth’s Encounters with Extraterrestrial Technology. Broomfield, CO: Wood
Enterprises, 2005.
Over 70 different documented UFO crash and retrievals compiled in one volume.

{To be continued}

TOMORROW’S POST: “Recommended Reading (Part Three)