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We've Never Been Alone: A History of…

We've Never Been Alone: A History of Extraterrestrial Intervention

by Paul Von Ward

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Introduces the concept of Advanced Beings (ABs) to explain world religious history and the extraterrestrial phenomena. The book is an ambitious undertaking, executed with unimpeachable logic. Once you accept the premise stated in von Ward’s WE’VE NEVER BEEN ALONE, you can sit back and enjoy the unfolding synthesis of ideas, conclusions, and logic. Accepting the premise is the problem. My complete review of this book is available at my book review web site: http://www.tgblogger.com/?p=1073
  LynBarTri | Sep 2, 2013 |
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Whether you call them gods, angels, ETs, or aliens, sufficient proof now exists that beings more advanced than humans have influenced our history. Evidence suggests that these outsiders shaped our religions, genes, technology, and cultures. In fact, they may have provided the impetus for modern civilization.… (more)

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