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A Future Beyond Imagination!
“The appearance of flying saucers in our skies has long become accepted as common knowledge. However, it has not been well known that thousands of individuals around the world have not only seen them, but have actually ridden in these craft and personally met with their occupants. What these “contactees,” as they are recognized in ufology circles, have discovered is that the pilots and other crew members of these interplanetary and interdimensional space ships are not the grotesque beings they are frequently portrayed as in our science fiction movies. Rather, they are highly intelligent, friendly men and women from civilizations who have cosmically evolved far in advance of our own.
“The scientific and technological knowledge to gain about interplanetary spaceships and life on other planets from Flying Saucers: From Venus They Come, is enormous. It constitutes a wealth of beneficial information which could transform this world from its present chaotic state into a utopian society, one far-beyond today’s most optimistic conceptions. Some of the many amazing benefits of the knowledge already received from the space people, or promised by them if we will but welcome them in a friendly manner, are the elimination of disease, poverty, and pollution. They can also assist us in appropriately dealing with the introduction of artificial intelligence and altering our economic system in such a way that all may be served. The space people can show our medical establishment how they can significantly extend the human lifespan, in addition to expanding greater personal freedom for all. There can be economic security and abundance for all. And space travel will not be the exclusive privilege of billionaires. Personal journeys to space, the Moon and other planets, even trips to interstellar space, will be enjoyed by all who are desirous of these.”
-Michael A. LaRiche, Paranormal Investigator with Dr. Raymond Keller since the 1960s
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