Friday, May 26, 2017

UFOs Reframing the Debate, edited by Robbie Graham

An important new book, available now
Available now in paperback on Amazon and Kindle!
“Robbie Graham's UFO anthology reframes the UFO from facile tabloid fare into its real challenge—how to interpret strange experiences offering hints of an Underlying Fundamental Ontology. To tackle such a difficult and at times bewildering task, a deep multidisciplinary dive is required. And that's exactly what you'll find in this thoughtful and stimulating book.”

      —Dean Radin, Ph.D.
      Chief Scientist, Institute of Noetic Sciences
      Author of Supernormal

“Robbie Graham has assembled a set of essays with very subversive insights into the nature of UFO phenomena. If you intend to seriously study UFOs, you must read this book.”

     —George P. Hansen
     Author of The Trickster and the Paranormal

I am immensely proud to be a part of this important work. I wrote a whole chapter and I only mentioned owls once!
   MJ Banias
   Greg Bishop
   Robert Brandsteatter
   Jack Brewer
   Mike Clelland
   Curt Collins
   Joshua Cutchin
   Lorin Cutts
   Susan Demeter-St. Clair
   Smiles Lewis
   Red Pill Junkie
   Chris Rutkowski
   Ryan Sprague

  foreword by Diana Pasulka


John Burke said...

I just made my request for Amazon to offer a Kindle edition.
I am asking others to please join the pile-on.

Bright Garlick said...

What did you write about Mike ?
Thanks for telling us about the book. Next on my non fiction agenda !

PS. Hope that typo in your name wasn't in the book !

John Burke said...

It is now available on Kindle. I just got it.

I will attempt to save Mike the trouble of responding to the question concerning what he wrote about. Since Mike noted that he only mentioned owls once, Bright Garlick is understandably concerned about what Mike discussed in Robbie Graham's new book.

A brief skim gave me the impression that Mike emphasized that we must look beyond the extraterrestrial hypothesis to understand this subject. For example:
"There are aspects of this phenomenon that challenge everything. The web of little strings seems to go everywhere."

Although Mike mentioned owls only once, I have already detected one use of the word "tidy", so Mike's regular fans should feel right at home with this.

Bright Garlick said...

Thanks John - no concern on my part and will begin reading it myself tonight !

Mike, have you ever considered having your interviews transcribed into a book ? It would make an interesting book ! I'm looking at doing that on my monologues and was thinking that your podcast would make an excellent addition to your Owl Book(s) ! Just a thought ! Keep up the great work !
Happy Summer ! Bright.