Messages: The World's Most Documented Extraterrestrial Contact Story

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Overview

We are not alone. And Stan Romanek can prove it.

Romanek's gripping tale-augmented by video footage, photographs, and physical evidence-is the world's most documented extraterrestrial contact case.

In print for the first time, Romanek relives his personal experiences, from his first sighting of a UFO to terrifying alien abductions. Romanek tells how he captured an extraterrestrial on film—the famous "alien in the window" video footage featured ...

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Overview

We are not alone. And Stan Romanek can prove it.

Romanek's gripping tale-augmented by video footage, photographs, and physical evidence-is the world's most documented extraterrestrial contact case.

In print for the first time, Romanek relives his personal experiences, from his first sighting of a UFO to terrifying alien abductions. Romanek tells how he captured an extraterrestrial on film—the famous "alien in the window" video footage featured on Larry King Live. Messages includes photos, witness statements, lab reports, and other evidence supporting the validity of Romanek's fascinating story.

But what's most shocking are the strange messages these unearthly visitors communicate to Romanek—authentic equations relating to space travel and planetary diagrams pinpointing what could be an auspicious date for the human race.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738715261
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 5/8/2009
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 407,217
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Stan Romanek (Colorado) has been interviewed on Larry King Live, 20/20, Coast to Coast, and other national television and radio programs. He has been invited to speak at UFO conferences across the country. His unique story has appeared in UFO Magazine, MUFON Journal, and other periodicals.

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi

Foreword J. Allan Danelek xiii

About the Co-Author xix

Introduction xxi

1 Growing Up Romanek 1

2 UFOs Over North Dakota and the "Pretty Lady" 5

3 Close Encounter of the First Kind: Red Rocks, December, 2000 11

4 My Magnetic Personality 17

5 My Second UFO Sighting 23

6 From Witness to Abductee 27

7 Enter the "Possum People" 31

8 Confirmation: The Daniels Park Sighting 39

9 Incident at Old Stone House Park 43

10 Going Public 49

11 Journey Into the Subconscious-My First Regression and Recalled Abduction 55

12 Red Orbs in Nebraska 67

13 Sleeping Equations 73

14 The Second Abduction 77

15 A New Nightmare 83

16 Saucers, Saucers, Everywhere! 89

17 Peeping Toms, Orbs, and a Little Guy Named Boo 95

18 An Abduction Caught on Tape? 103

19 Mystery Contractors 107

20 Descent into Darkness 113

21 The Space/Time Cube 117

22 When Abductions Go Silly 121

23 Rethinking Rosen's Bridge 125

24 Welcome to "The Springs" 129

25 The Fairplay Abduction 133

26 Enter Audrey 137

27 Unexpectedly Caught on Film 141

28 The Implant 147

29 The November 19, 2004 Regression 153

30 New Equations and a Date for Change 161

31 More Human Harassment 165

32 Simple Orbs or Something More? 173

33 Grandpa Gray 177

34 High Strangeness 183

35 Smiley Faces and a Surprise or Two 189

36 More Equations 195

37 The "Good" Abduction 205

38 Grays at the Fireworks Show 211

39 Channeling Grandpa 215

40 More High Strangeness 223

41 "Liberty" Makes a Visit 227

42 The Watchtower UFO Sighting 231

43 The Shadows Know 235

44 The Journey Continues 239

Conclusion 245

Appendix A 249

Appendix B 251

Appendix C 255

Appendix D257

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  • Posted July 16, 2009

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    Can you smell it?

    The smell I'm referring to is the wreaking stench of hoax, of scam. It's a fast read because it's one thing after another. His many experiences throughout this book are alien abduction 101 with slight variances to try give them credibility. As I said "many experiences" almost a ridiculous amount, as if he went through an alien/paranormal checklist. Aliens grooming him at childhood, orbs, multiple abductions, reproduction experiments, mult. ufo sightings,paranormal activity, evps, men in black, mysterious phone, letter, and email messages, sabotage...there's so much more.
    In his sleep and under hypnosis he writes complex mathematical equations about guess what, worm hole travel and the possible location of the aliens home, none of which matters because the equations he writes already exist. Wow, thanks ET's for telling us crap we already know, and how we need to be better to the environment and to each other before we can be enlightened enough to learn your ways. Tell us something we don't know like, how to find Bin Laden, or how to please women.
    And his name given to him by the aliens just says it all, "Starseed" I laughed out loud when I read that, what an arrogant jackass. Yet he claims humility. A humble person would release the real evidence and keep the "chosen one" crap to himself.
    I just feel bad for his family and friends and anyone else he's tricked into going along with him. Supposedly he has a documentary coming out with the video evidence, why not bring out the nitty gritty evidence first. Because it's all about the bottom line, go on tv, claim you have video but only show a crappy still picture, get the public thinking about it, release a book then gouge us some more with a movie.
    I'm not a skeptic about the paranormal, in fact I'm a fan. I read about it all, aliens, bigfoot, ghosts, and conspiracies. It's hard to tell who's telling the truth about anything anymore, but this just doesn't smell right. I'd love to be wrong about Stan and his many, many experiences (apparently ongoing until he (Starseed) becomes ruler of the Earth, bestowed upon him by the aliens), maybe I'll change my tone after seeing some real evidence. I do have to give him credit, if it is a scam/hoax it's pretty darn elaborate.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 27, 2009

    A Bit Disappointing!

    Started this book with high expectations, thought I would learn & be somewhat entertained. Unfortunately, the book seemed to drone on & on... I didn't even finish it. Unusual for me.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 21, 2009

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    Everything you need to know about the topic.

    Stan takes invites you along on his horrifying journey of strangeness, sightings, visitations, implants, and even abductions. He helps you understand what it would be like, especially when you are NOT a willing candidate, to go through something so terrible. As the subtitle says, he does show an great amount of evidence to prove that this case is real. He shows photos of implants removed, highly-complex equations he wrote in his sleep, drawings of things he saw, and even pictures and video of the visitors!

    You can tell that Stan is just an average guy who wants to tell the world of what has happened (is happening ) to him. I don't know if this, personally, is real, but I do believe that we are not alone in this Universe.

    I highly recommend this book. And when you finish it, pass it on to someone else. It will leave you wanting more.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 13, 2009

    Excellent

    I'm not finished with the book, but so far, it's very interesting with the most cut-to-the-chase alien material I've read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 21, 2013

    This was my first book concerning the presence of extra-terrestr

    This was my first book concerning the presence of extra-terrestrials. Stan backs up everything with evidence, for the most part that is. There are many points where he says he has photos that aren't displayed within the book. However, these are displayed in video documentaries that exist on the web. There is the 'alien in the window' video, as well as others, that have been decidedly authentic by those who can determine whether editing of the video has taken place. He has a great story that has allowed me to confirm that Aliens are indeed involved with the progression of the human race, whereas before I simply wasn't sure whether they were still around.

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