Timothy Good is one of the world's most respected authorities on the alien phenomenon—and in this book he makes startling revelations. Provided by Good's high-level sources, the information contained within claims that alien contact has been made with a select group in the US military and scientific intelligence community, and that aliens have established subterranean and submarine bases on earth.
Worldwide research, interviewing key witnesses and discussing the subject with astronauts, military and intelligence specialists, pilots, politicians and scientists, has established Timothy Good as a leading authority on UFOs and the alien presence - the most highly classified subject on Earth.
He became interested in the subject in 1955, when his passion for aviation and space led him to read a book by Major Donald Keyhoe describing UFO sightings by qualified observers such as military and civilian pilots. In 1961, after reading a book by Captain Edward Ruppelt, a U.S. Air Force intelligence officer, he began to conduct his own research. Since then, he has amassed a wealth of evidence, including several thousand declassified intelligence documents.
Timothy Good has lectured at universities, schools, and at many organizations, including the Institute of Medical Laboratory Sciences, the Royal Canadian Military Institute, the Royal Geographical Society, the Royal Naval Air Reserve Branch, the House of Lords All-Party UFO Study Group, and the Oxford and Cambridge Union societies. In January 1989, following the dissolution of the Soviet empire, he became the first UFO researcher from the West to be interviewed on Russian television. He was invited for discussions at the Pentagon in 1998, and at the headquarters of the French Air Force in 2002. He has also acted as consultant for several U.S. Congress investigations. He is known to millions through his numerous television appearances and has co-produced several documentaries on the subject.
Timothy Good's first book, Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-up (1987) became an instant bestseller, and is regarded widely as the definitive work on the subject, together with the fully revised and updated book replacing it, Beyond Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Security Threat (1996), which remained for five weeks on the Sunday Times bestseller list. Alien Liaison: The Ultimate Secret (1991) spent thirteen weeks on the same bestseller list. Alien Base: Earth's Encounters with Extraterrestrials (1998) went to No.4 on the Guardian bestseller list. His book, Unearthly Disclosure: Conflicting Interests in the Control of Extraterrestrial Intelligence (2000) was serialized in the Daily Mail. He has also edited a number of books on the subject, including the bestselling Alien Update (1993). Four of these books have a foreword by Admiral of the Fleet The Lord Hill-Norton, former Chief of the Defence Staff and Chairman of the NATO Military Committee. Need to Know: UFOs, the Military and Intelligence (2006/2007) is now published in paperback in the U.K., U.S and Canada. Good’s latest work - EARTH: An Alien Enterprise – is due for publication by Pegasus Books (New York) in November 2013.
I think that Good is one of the better researchers out there, but for my money some of his later books have been a little uneven on the quality control front. The ridiculous picture of the 'alien' featured in this offering being a good example. This shouldn’t detract that the better part of this book is quite interesting. Generally quite good, if a little bit of a mixed bag
The book was very short and it had too many irrelevant pictures and not enough stories.readers are not interested in pictures of the author or Ariel pictures.The stories are what grabs interest. Not worth The money.
With each subsequent book Good exposes more and more his failures as a researcher - revealing that the comparatively level-headed Above Top Secret was merely a matter of maintaining a good front. Full review: https://fakegeekboy.wordpress.com/202...
If you're reading the introduction on the kindle version then take heart, the book isn't all about boring UFOs, there is some actual disclosure, real aliens (outside of space ship) etc. Sadly though, for the most part it is just constant stories. Considering that the whole of the book is based on eye witness accounts, in my opinion the author is just too careful with this book. Their evidence isn't going to convince anyone anyway so they might as well have just gone wild with the speculations. Unfortunately that's not what happened. There are occasional gleams of light like speculation about the undersea bases and stories of people working with aliens, but for the most part we just plod through lots of stories. If only someone could write a book like the supposed releases of the Zeta Reticuli Exchange or the Lacerta disclosure.
very well written book with some good but outdated information. I really enjoyed it even though some of it is old news well worth the read. Timothy Good is very knowledgeable and he has a knack of keeping you interested in what he writes. Recommend this book.