The Brookhaven Connection

The Brookhaven Connection

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by Wade Gordon
     
 

In the Wake of World War II and Amidst a Flurry of Reported Ufo's, The National Security Act was Invoked in 1947 Setting Forth a Policy of Secrecy Which Has Immersed the U.S. Government Ever Since in a Labyrinth of Security and Intrigue. No Facility Has Remained as Cloaked in this Mystery as Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Premeir Nuclear Research Facility in the…  See more details below

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In the Wake of World War II and Amidst a Flurry of Reported Ufo's, The National Security Act was Invoked in 1947 Setting Forth a Policy of Secrecy Which Has Immersed the U.S. Government Ever Since in a Labyrinth of Security and Intrigue. No Facility Has Remained as Cloaked in this Mystery as Brookhaven National Laboratory, the Premeir Nuclear Research Facility in the World. Located on Long Island Near the Old Nazi Compound at Yaphank, Brookhaven was Selected for Clandestine Research Known as the Phoenix Project Which Merged the Investigation from the UFO Crash at Roswell with that of the Philadelphia Experiment of 1943 in Order to Probe the Unified Field Theory and Secure Practical Applications of Time Travel.

The Brookhaven Connection is the Real Life Story of Wade Gordon Who as a Young Boy was Tutored by the Head of the Phoenix Project and Introduced to a Mysterious Group Known as Majestic-12, An Above Top Secret Faction of the Government Said to Stand on the Threshold of Humanity's Evolution.

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ISBN-13:
9780967816210
Publisher:
Sky Books (NY)
Publication date:
12/28/2001
Pages:
250
Product dimensions:
5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

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Brookhaven Connection 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unfortunately this book simply goes over what in is the other 'Montauk' Peter Moon/Preston Nichols books. It also rehashes much of the Roswell stuff we have seen and heard on many TV shows and other books. It is based on 'repressed' memory (again) as have all the 'witnesses' in these books. Gordon is a quailfied psychologist (so we are told) so I guess he would know how to create this sort of thing to attract an audience. However after you have read it you are left feeling disappointed at a lack of real information or content.