Earth: An Alien Enterprise: The Shocking Truth Behind the Greatest Cover-Up in Human History

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A shocking new exposé of the twentieth century’s extraterrestrial encounters (and cover-ups) by distinguished UFOlogist Timothy Good This fascinating new volume tells the story of contact between aliens and humans from all across the globe, dating back to 1932, including meetings with military personnel and American presidents such as Eisenhower and Kennedy.For the first time, a former member of MI6 reveals her conversation with Neil Armstrong at a NASA conference, when he confirmed that there were “other” ...

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Overview

A shocking new exposé of the twentieth century’s extraterrestrial encounters (and cover-ups) by distinguished UFOlogist Timothy Good This fascinating new volume tells the story of contact between aliens and humans from all across the globe, dating back to 1932, including meetings with military personnel and American presidents such as Eisenhower and Kennedy.For the first time, a former member of MI6 reveals her conversation with Neil Armstrong at a NASA conference, when he confirmed that there were “other” spacecraft on the Moon when Apollo 11 landed in 1969. Armstrong also confirmed that the cia was behind the cover-up.In a further admission in December 2012, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev revealed that “the president of Russia is given a special top secret folder [that] in its entirety contains information about aliens who have visited our planet. Along with this, the president is given a report of the Special Service that exercises control over aliens in our country. I will not tell you how many of them are among us because it may cause panic.”

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Library Journal
03/01/2014
Good (Need To Know: UFOs, the Military, and Intelligence), a leading UFO authority, started writing about the objects over 25 years ago. Many UFO believers consider his books, especially Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-Up, to be definitive works on the subject. While including the traditional stories of UFO sightings, Good's writings go beyond visitations to include statements allegedly from declassified government documents that have convinced him that aliens from other planets are actually on our planet performing genetic engineering on humans in clandestine bases, many of which are located under our oceans. Good believes that the "alien situation presents the most profound dilemma facing humankind on Earth" and that government agencies around the world have acquired and used extraterrestrial technology and are involved in massive cover-ups and covert space programs. VERDICT This book, full of interviews and stories about alien encounters, is accessible and will draw general readers. With a solid bibliography, photographs, and an index, it will be in demand by those who believe in UFOs.—Mary E. Jones, Los Angeles P.L.
The Wall Street Journal

Timothy Good’s work is a bible for UFO watchers.

Lord Hill-Norton

I have the highest regard for Good’s absolute integrity, his determination and skill as a researcher, and his wide and detailed knowledge of the UFO experience.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605984865
  • Publisher: Pegasus
  • Publication date: 11/14/2013
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 157,702
  • Product dimensions: 5.80 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Timothy Good is one of the world’s leading experts on alien phenomena. He has lectured at the Pentagon and the
French Air Force and also acted as consultant for several
U.S. congressional investigations. Tim is most recently the author of Need to Know. He lives in england.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 15, 2013

    Timothy Good is the elder statesman of Ufology.  He's battle-wor

    Timothy Good is the elder statesman of Ufology.  He's battle-worn and I trust his judgement and research.  I read above Top Secret when I was a young guy and I thought 'who is this weird English guy?'  But years later, as an adult, I have a new respect for his style of research.
        
    Earth: An Alien Enterprise' is a good book with a large sampling of UFO and alien reports.  It pulls together various pieces of the puzzle to form a larger picture and reveals a possible motive of the aliens and the powers that be on Earth.  There very well could be a dramatic secret battle between various aliens and Earth humans with more than a few motives involved.  This has far reaching and very important implications for our world and what we consider to be reality. 

    In particular the book puts a lot of attention on the human types of aliens.  I found this to be a nice departure from the same old story of "Grays" abducting and genetically manipulating humans that we all force fed ad nauseam.  That being said, there is a chapter dedicated to the Grays that is unique. 

    In addition to all of the varied and informative reports, the book brings breaths new life into the Space Brothers movement of the nineteen fifties.  Passed off as ridiculous, the space brother movement faded away into obscurity because we now know that Venus and Mars are inhabitable. But what if Mars and Venus have underground bases?  And what if the ETs who live there have been there long enough that they would identify themselves as Venetian?  Good makes a strong case for this.  

    We now know that there are likely to be underground bases in Area 51.  In fact, a close relative of mine worked and lived in Area 51 for years.  He personally revealed to me that he spent a considerable amount of time in underground bases as part of his duties in Area 51.  His wife (a women who is inherently trustworthy) confirmed with me that men from the military or government (dressed in civilian clothes) would show up at the house and take him away without warning.  She knew not to ask any questions and he would always come back a few months later.  He was told that if anyone asked about what he did at Area 51 he was to call a number and report those people immediately.  He also revealed to me that he had worked in other underground bases in farm land areas.  He said that many of these bases are underneath normal looking houses where you would never suspect them to be.  He said there are Military agents dressed in overalls in these areas to fit in with the environment.    

    I have no doubt that there are underground bases because a person I trust worked in them.  So why would it be so hard to believe that civilizations thousands of years in advance to us would have underground bases in planets that are close to Earth?

    Good seems to think that George Adamski was telling the truth about his contacts with Venetians.  I've always viewed Adamski as a charlatan but Good sheds some new light on the Adamski case forcing me to take another look.  One of the aspects of the case that Good does not address is the the likelihood that Adamski faked some of his UFO films.  There is a young man named Phil Langdon who posts youtube videos where he shows exactly how Adamski hoaxed the UFO films.  He reproduces the films to a point where one can have no doubt that the films were indeed hoaxed.  But there are other Adamski films that are far more difficult to hoax and are likely genuine.

    This same mix of obviously hoaxed images and seemingly genuine films can be found in the Edward Meier case.  It would seem that there are people that are indeed contacted by aliens but for whatever reason feel the need to manufacture their own evidence - possibly because they are not satisfied with the genuine evidence they have already accrued.  This would lead me to believe that these "contactees" are not as important to the aliens as they would like to believe they are, and their ego causes them to augment their own importance, while in reality they might have just been in the right place at the right time.  This is an interesting phenomenon that Good does not address in the book.  

    The book has many other interesting accounts of a varied nature and rather than rehash the same old stories over and over again it overturns stones that other UFO books do not.  For this reason I believe the book to be a cut above the rest. 

    In a world of you tube sci-fi special effects wannabes, hoaxes, disinformationists, misinformationists, doomsday charlatans with a motive of profit, Good's 'Earth: An Alien Enterprise' is a much needed breath of sober fresh air and has an important underlying warning that we as a race will do good to heed.  This book is a must for any serious UFO buff, but is more of a must for the person who thinks that there is no intelligent life in the universe and that UFOs are not visiting our planet.  That person will have hard time clinging to his beliefs after reading this book.








     

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