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Sky Creatures

by Trevor James Constable

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Saucerian Press presents the final revised edition of "The Sky Creatures: Living UFOs," which provides the most concise and complete look at the groundbreaking work of the late military historian James Trevor Constable, whose intriguing theories sparked the widespread 21st-century fascination with intelligent energies (what some call "spaghetti monsters") that apparently live in our skies and can be photographed using special processes.

This extraordinary book has done what thousands of astrophysicists, exobiologists, and ufologists have failed to do. It breaks through the baffling UFO mystery to demonstrate the presence of living "critters" in the sky - a nearly invisible lifeform of unknown origin.

Drawing on the theories of Rudolf Steiner and Dr. Wilhelm Reich, "Sky Creatures" uniquely states - with photographic evidence - that UFOs are not extraterrestrial spaceships at all, but biological organisms inhabiting our own planet.

Written in clear, non-technical language, these pages present UFOs as they have never been presented before - as bio-organisms native to our atmosphere, living with us, side by side, unnoticed since the beginning of time.
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