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HEAVENLY LIGHTS: The Apparitions of Fatima…

HEAVENLY LIGHTS: The Apparitions of Fatima and the UFO Phenomenon

by Joaquim Fernandes

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0973534133, Paperback)

A meticulous synthesis of history, science, and anthropology, Heavenly Lights establishes that the Fátima Incident of 1917 involved not "Marian apparitions" — as is conventionally believed — but rather, a series of close encounters with alien beings.

The first history of Fátima to be written by Portuguese historians based on the original documents, Heavenly Lights subjects all the pertinent facts of the Fátima case to a sweeping evidentiary analysis that is at once thorough and fascinating.

In periodic passages describing "Parallels in Ufology," the authors identify many relevant connections between the enigmatic events that took place at Fátima and numerous other episodes in the strange and storied annals of UFO history.

When it was first published in Portugal in 1995, entitled As Aparições de Fátima e o Fenómeno OVNI, the Jornal de Notícias heralded this work as "a literary success without precedent in the field of Portuguese ufological studies."

This new translation offers a powerful and convincing argument for mainstream ufologists and religious researchers alike to re-examine the actual evidence that at last explains the enduring mystery of the Fátima Incident.

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