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Journey further with Ryan Drake and Sarah Smith (a human extraterrestrial) as the deal with the reality of reverse-engineered UFOs and battle with those who are ruling Earth. This book is in story form, however much of what is presented has already come true. Suitable as an introduction to the larger picture of reality.
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Overview

Journey further with Ryan Drake and Sarah Smith (a human extraterrestrial) as the deal with the reality of reverse-engineered UFOs and battle with those who are ruling Earth. This book is in story form, however much of what is presented has already come true. Suitable as an introduction to the larger picture of reality.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780972015110
  • Publisher: Paradigm Books, LLC
  • Publication date: 12/18/2008
  • Series: Paradigm Series
  • Pages: 338
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Since 1987, Mark Kimmel has studied the messages provided by extraplanetary beings. His writing and speaking is based on first hand experiences and interviews with people who have had contact with non-human life forms. By focusing on the implecations of UFOs, extraterrestrial contact, and paranormal phenomenon, Mark presents an uplifting vision for the future of this planet. Mark exited a thirty-year career in business and venture capital to pursue his investigation and reporting of what he calls "the most important event in human history". He has degrees in engineering, marketing, finance and psychology.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2004

    Art imitating life

    For anyone who has had even a passing interest in extraterrestrial life and its implications, Decimal and its predecessor Trillion are must reads. Having experienced a few encounters myself, I can say that the events depicted in both books hit very close to home. Decimal is incisive in its portrayal of the secrecy and corruption surrounding this subject. Definitive studies such as The Disclosure Project corroborate much of what is described in Mark Kimmel's fictional narrative. While it may be a novel, it is much closer to the truth than most are willing to admit. I suggest that it is a 'novelization' of a very plausible scenario. Above all, it is an engrossing and exciting book, causing one to think about the possibilities.

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