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Sky People by Ardy Sixkiller Clarke
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Apr 06, 2015

it was amazing
Read in March, 2015

Kyle Philson host of Expanded Perspectives
-Free review copy provided by Warwick and Associates and New Page Books-

If you are interested in the UFO Phenomenon then this is the books for you. Sky People is a collection of interviews with the indigenous people of Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico about encounters with UFOs. After being influenced at an early age by explorers John L. Stephens and Frederick Catherwood who documented the existence of ancient cities in the jungles of Mesoamerica. My favorite part about this book is that it has dozens of stories that I have never heard of before. Some of the people who told these stories are now dead. Old farmers living in very remote areas would have no reason to make some of these things up.

Many of the stories tell about those who willingly and happily travel with the star people in order to learn, and sometimes to teach, to those who feel used or abused. It seems that fear of the visitors is a common reaction. There are a surprising number of UFO abduction stories, with missing memories and missing time, and while almost all are returned unharmed, there is one boy who went missing, and some where a woman became pregnant, but only for a few months. All in all I think it is a great book for anyone interested in UFOs.


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