JACQUES VALLEE MESSENGERS OF DECEPTION PDF

He completed his undergraduate degree in mathematics at the University of Paris in and received the equivalent of an M. He began his professional life as an astronomer at the Paris Observatory in He worked as a systems analyst at nearby Northwestern University while continuing to pursue ufological research with his mentor, J. During this period, he conducted early artificial intelligence research and received a Ph. Although the firm formed several international spinoffs and partnered with a variety of prominent firms and governmental organizations including Lehman Brothers , Renault and NASA , it failed to attain long-term profitability. From to , he served as a general partner of several funds in Silicon Valley , most notably as the co-founder of the family of three Euro-America Ventures funds in North America and Europe.

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This book blew my mind. It was the first truly scientific approach to the issue, free of pseudoscience and physics vocabulary masquerading as intellect.

Originally published in , Messengers of Deception describes the social impacts of the UFO movement and reveals a serious issue with the During my recent stint at the Lousiana duck camp and on the plane to Long Beach I had the pleasure of reading the re-release of Dr. Originally published in , Messengers of Deception describes the social impacts of the UFO movement and reveals a serious issue with the common belief in UFOs that will have serious implications for global policy.

Presumably many Observing this feat led Dr. Vallee to America in search of the people associated with the strange objects commonly becoming associated with abduction experiences and alien intelligences. Essentially saying that the commonly viewed phenomena are what "it" people or intelligences wants you to see. The bizarre pieces. The cults and the "contactees". The first reason to challenge common assumptions is due to the landings themselves. Vallee states that the sheer number of landings are quantitatively impossible.

In his files, Dr. Vallee has 2, cases of reported landings over 20 years. The frequency of sightings drastically decrease after midnight because people go to bed. Most independent studies have said that only 1 out of every 10 cases gets reported, giving us , landings in 20 years!

But once again, most of the landings are in remote areas. If humans were evenly distributed about the planet there could easily be as many 3 million landings over a 20 year period.

Absolutely preposterous. Why is this important? Firstly, it would seem that we would begin to notice something that happened 3 million times over 20 years but even less obvious is the fact that the UFOs can not be merely random visitors; they must stage their appearance, they must select their witnesses. This is only one piece of evidence in the case made within Messengers of Deception.

Eventually after Vallee reviews the method by which the cults form, spread and disseminate information it becomes apparent that the US federal government and other covert groups are involved if not responsible. Maybe they are searching for answers as well? In summary, it becomes clear that someone or some group is manipulating social beliefs in UFOs internationally.

The pieces of the UFO experience should be dissected into physical, psychological and social. But most importantly, it is the social beliefs of the UFO contactees which could potentially be tapped to quickly bring about social change in a global economic catastrophe. The human wish to be saved from above has always been prevalent and perhaps even more pertinent now than in !

The six consequences of the UFO phenomena determined by Vallee are that it widens the gap between scientists and the public, undermines the belief that humans are masters of their own destiny, promotes political unification of the planet, can easily become a new global religion, extraterrestrial intervention is an attractive faith, UFO cults believe in totalitarian systems.

Essentially sociologists poorly understand how new religions form and this could be the start of a new religion unlike any other As stated by Dr. Vallee, the scientific proof for UFOs does not matter once enough people believe in them. Perhaps we have already reached that point. This book was particularly resonant for me because I just read Dr. But oddly enough, DMT is present within all of us and in all of our tissue.

Perhaps the physical portion of the UFO triggers this chemical? Quite interestingly in an aside, one theory Dr. Vallee proposes for the nature of reality is more like a computer. Where events occurr often because they are mentally referenced, like using the keyword for a google search.

And as a direct example, I read about Dr. She even said SkyMall at the moment I read the word! UFOs exist but Dr. Vallee provides a compelling case that the commonly accepted public myth of extraterrestrial benefactors may result from a leap of faith encouraged by agents within our own society. His main question is "What do they want? After investigating a tiny cult based in France called the Order of Melchezidek, Vallee has this happen to him.

He looked downstream at the rush hour traffic, raised his hand towards several oncoming cabs, and one swerved into the curb lane and stopped for him. After a short ride, during which Vallee did not discuss his current research, he paid his fare and accepted a receipt. At the same time I cannot sweep it under the rug.

There is only one Melchizedek listed in the LA phone book, and I have the receipt signed by the driver right in front of me.

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This book blew my mind. It was the first truly scientific approach to the issue, free of pseudoscience and physics vocabulary masquerading as intellect. Originally published in , Messengers of Deception describes the social impacts of the UFO movement and reveals a serious issue with the During my recent stint at the Lousiana duck camp and on the plane to Long Beach I had the pleasure of reading the re-release of Dr. Originally published in , Messengers of Deception describes the social impacts of the UFO movement and reveals a serious issue with the common belief in UFOs that will have serious implications for global policy. Presumably many Observing this feat led Dr. Vallee to America in search of the people associated with the strange objects commonly becoming associated with abduction experiences and alien intelligences. Essentially saying that the commonly viewed phenomena are what "it" people or intelligences wants you to see.

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