Anatomy of a Phenomenon by Jacques Vallee with
degrees in mathematics and astronomy,
this classic book from 1965 opened
with the statement that the most widely observed and educated
UFO reports came from Michigan including Washtenaw County
and the city of Bad Axe.
AAER Readers will recall
various UFO researchers filed reports of numerous UFO sightings at Bad Axe during
the summer of 1998 by one of our researchers.
Other states noted for having sightings
were Texas, Massachusetts, Louisiana, and Connecticut.
That was when Major Donald Kehoe, Retired USAF, publicly
accused the United States Air Force of suppressing evidence
Author Vallee asks many questions such as,
what are these unidientified flying objects and where did they come from?
Are the UFOs manned or controled by thinking individuals from other worlds?
Or, are the UFOs unmanned but directed by a superior
intelligence thousands of light years away from planet Earth?
Are aliens here walking among us now?
Anatomy of a Phenomenon
Author Vallee explored the legend of
flying saucers and the possibility of life and
intelligence in the universe. Author Vallee also explored
Ezekial's sighting and interaction with occupants of a
Jacques Vallee discussed modern UFO reports
and their reliability along with typical phases of UFO
behavior. He also raised the question that if spacemen are
merely thought images, then why would they butcher a cow
in the desert?
Author Vallee, whose books still fill
the bookstore shelves, was formerly a government
scientist in France working on a classified defense
project. This is a classic book that should be read by everyone.