Aliens Over America by Timothy Guy synthesizes 12 very
popular UFO books into one big overview of the phenomenon. But this is no ordinary
collection of books.
This book tells the story behind the story by interviewing the actual authors
and their participants. With a true passion for journalism, the author probes
areas readers wonder about but do not have access to when reading books on
such controversial topics.
The author selected twelve popular or classic books in their respective
fields in the areas of government conspiracies, astral projection,
remote viewing, time travel, channeling, paranormal talk radio, UFO
videos, Men In Black, alien abductions, and the books of Genesis and
While other books must be read from front to back for comprehension, Mr.
Guy's book is so packed with solid material the reader can start
anywhere and be continuously amazed at the wealth of information
contained in the book. During the author's quest for information, he was
often sent in different directions to find answers.
The first book discussed is Stranger at the Pentagon, by Dr.
Stranges, an unusual man with an unusual name claiming that Ronald
Reagan was the first member of NICUFO and referred to an alien presence
five times in his speeches. Dr. Stranges claimed his insight came from
his alien friend named Val, who claimed contact with President Kennedy
among other leaders. Mr. Guy points out that Dr. Stranges warns that not
all UFOs are friendly and that there are good aliens and evil aliens.
Mr. Guy explores the popular Cosmic Voyage book about remote
viewing and goes beyond it into the world of the Monroe Institute. In
search of further information, he learns about the CIA's program into
remote viewing and their interest in learning about underground UFO
bases on Earth which the author identifies and covers in depth.
UFO Central is the brainchild of Tim Crawford who
claims to actually have viewed all 1,200 videotapes sold by his company
of the same name. At the top of the list was a videotape of Bob Lazar
discussing his work at Groom Lake, Nevada. When the author wanted to see
an aerial image of Groom Lake (Area 51), he was told to get it from the
Russians. From there, he learned the coordinates (longitude and
latitude) and was able to see a satellite view that he includes in the
book. If you are one of those people who wants to see it for yourself,
he also includes the coordinates so you can pull up the satellite images
for yourself of this heavily guarded airspace that is a "no fly
zone" for commercial airplanes.
The author interviewed nuclear physicist Bob Lazar, the first man known to
go public for his work on reverse engineering of a UFO at Area 51. At
one point in the interview, Lazar explains he was never allowed onto the
upper level of the UFO where the porthole areas were, but added, "I
can assure you they were not portholes." Bob Lazar also described
blue military folders he was allowed to read where aliens referred to
humans as "containers." Any reader familiar with abduction
reports knows abductees are often told their physical bodies are merely
containers for their souls.
Aliens Over America
Mr. Guy includes intriguing NASA photos showing a strange white glow
hovering above an Apollo 12 astronaut as he walked on the moon's
surface. Another photo reveals a glowing orb near the moon's surface
taken by the fateful Apollo 13 mission. There is a photo of the face on
Mars and another photo shows possible dried up river beds on the red
Other notables interviewed or discussed at length in the book include Stanton
Friedman, Art Bell, Richard Hoagland, Whitley Strieber, Zecharia Sitchin,
Robert Monroe, Brad Steiger, Tim Crawford, Muhammad Ali, Tim Beckley,
Jim Keith, along with notable cult figures of the new age era.
Casebook on the Men in Black is another book exploring these scary
clones unlike their humorous counterparts in the movies. The author includes
a photo of an alleged MIB standing in a doorway.
MIBs are suspected of being clones. People who have seen MIBs describe
them as being cold, robotic and with thyroid eyes that bug out. Another
genetic mutation may be the Chupacabra.
The Montauk Project was implemented by the Air Force and allegedly used
vacationing servicemen for their mind control experiments. The author
admits there is a certain amount of conjecture associated with this
project, but enough clues have been provided to lead the reader to
believe there must be something more. Different frequencies were used to
control moods. The project included claims of time travel and of a
vortex where people entered and some never returned from this cyber tunnel.
One of the best features of the book is that it can be browsed from any page
in the book. This is important for readers on the run between work and
family. Readers will not be disappointed in purchasing this valuable
book and adding it to their collection. Even well-read readers will find
a bonanza of material which spills over from one exciting page to the
next, inspiring readers to purchase some of these classic books and read
them for themselves. Aliens Over America comes very highly recommended.