NASA astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts have said they saw �something,� Senator Dennis Kucinich famously said he believes UFOs are real, and just about everybody has heard rumors that the US military and intelligence agencies are �hiding something.� In this book, a college professor attempts to apply a dispassionate scientific approach to the question, pulling together and evaluating evidence for and against various theories about aliens from outer space and other unexplained phenomena. How real is the evidence, he asks, and what does it add up to?
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About the Author
Jerry Kroth is an Associate Professor at the Santa Clara University (CA) Graduate Division, Dept. of Counseling Psychology. Dr. Kroth has been a member of the International Psycho-Historical Association since 1983. He has published seven books and has written and presented over 65 papers on mass psychology and other topics.
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The Aliens and Man: A Synopsis of Facts and Beliefs based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Profound analysis of a wide body of literature. It makes its point and takes you to a place you didn't think you'd end up at. Well done! Greenspan
I hate this book because it does't tell you what the title tells you that's why i hate.
"Jerry Kroth has bravely placed his neck on the academic chopping block by daring to address the question of the possible interaction of extraterrestrials with early humankind, a subject longed marked taboo by learning institutions dependent on the largess of both government and corporations, neither of which desire public discussion of such theories. Kroth crafts a cogent and engaging argument with an amazing blend of scientific and historical facts. If you want to keep your head in the comfortable sand, give this book a pass but if you are ready for an exciting bit of consciousness raising, be sure to read Aliens and Man." —Jim Marrs, “foremost investigative journalist in the U.S.” (Newshawk) and author of Crossfire and Alien Agenda “. . . Thoroughly empirical, deeply creative, and a fascinating read!” —Marvin Forrest, Ph.D., psychotherapist, Santa Barbara, California “Jerry Kroth has pulled off an intellectual coup d'etat. . . This work makes me feel like we have broken "the surly bonds of earth.” —Walter Moretz, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus, George Mason University