Cosmic Voyage: A Scientific Discovery of Extraterrestrials Visiting Earth

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Based on unprecedented proof, Cosmic Voyage breaks new ground in the search for extraterrestrial life. A professor at Emory University, Courtney Brown has produced this revelatory work about his personal investigation of extraterrestrials. The story of his extraordinary odyssey of exploration is one that needed to be told. Dr. Brown made his discoveries using a process called Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV) - a procedure originally developed by the U.S. military as a highly classified and strangely effective spy ...
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Based on unprecedented proof, Cosmic Voyage breaks new ground in the search for extraterrestrial life. A professor at Emory University, Courtney Brown has produced this revelatory work about his personal investigation of extraterrestrials. The story of his extraordinary odyssey of exploration is one that needed to be told. Dr. Brown made his discoveries using a process called Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV) - a procedure originally developed by the U.S. military as a highly classified and strangely effective spy system. Brown himself was trained in this method by a former member of the military unit that specialized in remote viewing. Now the author has taken a technique designed as a verifiable and stunningly accurate espionage tool and turned it toward the heavens. The results of his work are truly staggering. This fascinating book reveals that at least two alien civilizations have been and continue to be intimately involved with Earth humans: a Martian race who, having barely survived an ancient natural catastrophe on their own world, still struggle to survive on their nearly dead planet and in hidden retreats here on Earth; and the Greys, a highly advanced humanoid people who nearly destroyed themselves by wanton abuse of their environment and who now seek to enhance their own evolution. Further discoveries are even more astonishing. Using SRV, Brown was actually able to observe and interact with a distant galactic federation of extraterrestrial civilizations, which humans may one day be fortunate enough to join - if we survive Earth's coming planetary crises.

Using "scientific remote viewing" (SRV), a modern version of a technique developed by the U.S. military to retrieve data from great distances and across time, Brown has found evidence of intelligent alien life. This revolutionary book offers unprecedented proof of extraterrestrial civilizations, their ongoing interaction with Earth, and their vital role in the destiny of humankind.

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Using an admixture of elements from Star Trek, world religions and a psychic technique called scientific remote viewing (SRV) developed by the Pentagon during the Cold War, Emory University political science professor Brown has put together a collection of his SRV sessions in 1993- 1994 and reveals what he learned from them: there was humanoid life on Mars, but that planet became uninhabitable, so a number of Martians escaped to Earth, where some live in subterranean caverns in New Mexico and others in a location in Latin America that the author declines to reveal. Brown writes that replication is a yardstick of the scientific method, but he presents no evidence from other practitioners of SRV who allegedly shared his discoveries. Most surprising, no attempt has been made to establish physical contact with the colonies of Martians supposedly on our planet, leaving the reader to assume they are there only because Brown says so. Despite the publisher's claim that the book ``resolves major questions about extraterrestrials,'' skeptics are apt to be even more skeptical after reading it. Author tour. (Feb.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780525940982
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Pages: 288
  • Product dimensions: 6.27 (w) x 9.24 (h) x 1.06 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Prologue 1
Ch. 1 A Brief History of the U.S. Military Psychic Warfare Program 11
Ch. 2 Remote Viewing 16
Ch. 3 Journey through Akasha 37
Ch. 4 My First Visit to Mars 55
Ch. 5 Remote-Viewing a UFO Abduction 59
Ch. 6 Martians: Present Survivors 63
Ch. 7 Martian Civilization: Apex 70
Ch. 8 Subspace Helpers 76
Ch. 9 Shot from the Sky 83
Ch. 10 The Galactic Federation 89
Ch. 11 The Grey Mind 96
Ch. 12 The Human Repository 104
Ch. 13 Reality Check #1 111
Ch. 14 A Diplomatic Breakthrough 114
Ch. 15 Jesus 120
Ch. 16 The Cause of the Collapse of the Early Grey Civilization 129
Ch. 17 Star Trek and the ET-Assisted Transformation of Human Culture 138
Ch. 18 A Return to Jesus 147
Ch. 19 Not All Greys Are Equal 151
Ch. 20 Adam and Eve 157
Ch. 21 Guru Dev 165
Ch. 22 God 169
Ch. 23 The Martian Priesthood 176
Ch. 24 The Roswell Incident 181
Ch. 25 Earth's Future Environment 187
Ch. 26 How the Greys Are Organized within the Federation 194
Ch. 27 Buddha 202
Ch. 28 Martian Culture on Earth 208
Ch. 29 Reality Check #2 215
Ch. 30 Santa Fe Baldy 219
Ch. 31 Official Contact with the Martians 224
Ch. 32 Lower Earth Life 228
Ch. 33 The Event That Destroyed Mars 234
Ch. 34 The Future Culture of Earth 238
Ch. 35 Training the Diplomats 247
Ch. 36 The Involvement of Human Government 257
Communicating with the Author 267
Glossary of Remote-Viewing Vocabulary and Abbreviations 269
References 273
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    Wow! This book was absolutely awesome! My daughter first borrowed it from the library. When she got home, she went into her room and didn't come out until she was done, 14 hours later. She told me it was the best book she'd ever read. Though it was a bit technical and in some places long-winded, it was an absolutely fascinating read. I highly recommend it to others.

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