ABOVE BLACK: Project Preserve Destiny - Insider Account of Alien Contact and Government Cover-up [NOOK Book]

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What you'll learn reading ABOVE BLACK...
- Breakdown of how grey projects (those projects related to alien knowledge) are kept under wraps so effectively from the prying eyes of the public;
- In depth description of the intuitive communicator (IC) school attended by the author at the NSA facility at Ft. Meade, MD;
- How the intuitive ...
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ABOVE BLACK: Project Preserve Destiny - Insider Account of Alien Contact and Government Cover-up

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Overview

What you'll learn reading ABOVE BLACK...
- Breakdown of how grey projects (those projects related to alien knowledge) are kept under wraps so effectively from the prying eyes of the public;
- In depth description of the intuitive communicator (IC) school attended by the author at the NSA facility at Ft. Meade, MD;
- How the intuitive communications ability was unlocked in the author's mind by exotic computer equipment;
- What publicly traded company the author linked back to the classified IC school operations;
- Revelations about how aliens use time and electromagnetic energy for travel; how long aliens have been visiting earth and possible links to a certain line of humans; about religion, God and mankind's origin; their lifespan and more;
- Discussion about potential reasons for Project Preserve Destiny's reason to exist and how that might affect mankind in the future;
- Assorted pictures related to the author's assignments and an interesting scan of his change of station orders.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781617924743
  • Publisher: Order Dept, LLC
  • Publication date: 10/1/1997
  • Series: Above Black Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 148
  • Sales rank: 343,535
  • File size: 633 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2003

    Interesting until the end.

    I thought that this book had some very interesting information about the government's conspiracy on UFOs and the author's account with alien contact. However, it does not make sense for the author to write this book for everyone to find the truth when he himself quits the military, and his involvement with PPD, when he could've continued with his work with the NSA & PPD to find the truth for himself. If he wanted to know the truth (or the bigger picture), then wouldn't it be wise to continue his involvement in finding the truth instead of discharging himself from the military? If he hadn't quit the military, then he would've been able to find the truth, or alien agenda, for himself and we would then all know that from reading his book. All together, Mr. Sherman, your 'intuitive communicative' skills and the issue of government involvement with extraterrestrials seems a little too important for you to just quit the military. It doesn't make sense. Hmmmm!? I wonder if Sherman's story is completely true or not. Still an interesting plot, though.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2002

    Well worth reading!

    First hand account of US govt communication with visitors from other planets. I wish it were a lot longer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2001

    Great Book !!!

    It really is...buy it !!!

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