Mirage Guys by Mark Pilkington
You should not ignore Mirage Men whether you are a full-on true-believer in the Extraterrestrial Hypothesis (ETH), wholly open-minded on what lies at the heart of the UFO puzzle, a skeptic, or a rabid debunker. Needless to say, your views on which lies in the centre of this UFO sensation вЂ“ and which of this above-categories you end up in вЂ“ will play a big role in determining your reaction and response to Mark’s guide.
Those for who Ufology is just a modern-day faith, and something that gives a type of cosmic convenience, are going to be surprised, angered and maybe also disillusioned in what they read. Doubtless, too, you will have a diploma of hostility and outright denial on their component whenever confronted with the crumbling of certain much-cherished belief-systems, tips and (perhaps) specific instances which have become classics within Ufology.
Too bad. Ufology, together with individuals on it, desire a shake-up now and once again and Mirage Males most assuredly delivers. And then you’re lost already if you’re someone whose notions on what make a good or bad UFO book are based on whether or not that same book says what you want to hear.
When it comes to debunkers: well, on reading the guide, they could gain an understanding that the matter they confidently dismiss вЂ“ specifically that ET actually has checked out us, and has now crashed and burned вЂ“ is not quite as clear-cut and black-and-white because they formerly thought.
Then Mirage Men will well and truly satisfy if, like me, however, you realize that something strange really is going on in our skies вЂ“ but that it appears to be a blurry mix of classified military projects, official and unofficial chicanery, mind-games, lies and distortions, shadowy figures weaving complex tales, and perhaps, maybe, even a very real ET presence. Continue reading “Let me make it clear about Category: Reviews”