BOOK REVIEW: Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers by Jacques Vallee (Daily Grail Publishing) / Having further. Jacques Fabrice Vallée (French: [vale]; born September 24, ) is a computer scientist, . Speculation about these potential links were first detailed in Vallée’s third UFO book, Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers. SOURCE: Vallee, Jacques. Passport to Magonia: From Folklore to Flying Saucers. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., Preface, pp. vii-ix;.
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Astrophysics University of Lille Nord de France In mainstream science, he began his professional life as an astronomer at the Paris Observatory. He completed undergraduate studies 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 jaqcues a systems analyst at nearby Northwestern University while continuing to pursue ufological research with his mentor, J. Allen Hynekthe chair of the University’s astronomy department. During this period, he received a Ph.
Sturrock ‘s Vaallee Research Institute as a computer specialist. His tenure at ARC coincided with the group’s immersion in Erhard Seminars Training and other social experiments, ultimately prompting his departure. Although the firm formed several international spinoffs and partnered with a variety of prominent firms and governmental organizations including Lehman BrothersRenault and NASAit failed to attain long-term profitability.
From tohe served as a general partner of several funds in Silicon Valleymost notably as the co-founder of the family of three Euro-America Ventures funds in North America and Europe.
As a private investor, he continues to serve as executive manager of Documatica Financial, a San Francisco boutique focused on early-stage healthcare and technology startups. He has also served on the National Advisory Committee of the University of Michigan College of Engineering and was involved in early work on jacwues intelligence. The particular object was a retrograde satellite — that is, a satellite orbiting the earth in the opposite direction to the earth’s rotation. At the time he observed this, there were no rockets powerful enough to launch such a satellite, so the team was quite excited as they assumed that the Earth’s gravity had captured a natural satellite asteroid.
He claims that an unnamed superior came and erased the tape.
From Folklore to Flying Saucers. This hypothesis represents an extension of the ETH where the alleged extraterrestrials could be potentially from anywhere.
The entities could be multidimensional beyond space-time, and thus could coexist with humans, yet remain undetected. Scientific opinion has generally followed public opinion in the belief that unidentified flying objects either do not exist the “natural phenomena hypothesis” or, if they do, must represent evidence of a visitation by some advanced race of space travellers the extraterrestrial hypothesis or “ETH”. It is the view of the author that research on UFOs need not be restricted to these two alternatives.
On the contrary, the accumulated data base exhibits several patterns tending to indicate that UFOs are real, represent a previously unrecognized phenomenon, and that the facts do not support the common concept of “space jacquws.
The idea of UFOs was not magohia inbut most of the people in attendance at the Fatima apparitions would not have attributed the claimed phenomena there to Jafques, let alone to extraterrestrials.
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They don’t believe that this should be handled solely by theologians. BalleeEdwin C. MayPat Price and Ingo Swann. More recently, he has been associated with Robert Bigelow as a consultant to the National Institute for Discovery Science and a member of the scientific advisory board of Bigelow Aerospace.
The updated version passoort entitled “UFOs: In an interview on Conspire. If it was real, physical, but not ET. Sheaffer further states that “the M.
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Hynek”, a reference to ufologist J. The phenomenon has been active throughout human history, and seems to masquerade in various forms to different cultures. In his opinion, the intelligence behind the phenomenon attempts social manipulation by using deception on the humans with whom they interact. Witnesses of UFO phenomena undergo a manipulative and staged spectacle, meant to valllee their belief system, and eventually, influence human society by suggesting alien intervention from outer space.
The ultimate motivation for this deception is probably a projected major change of human society, the breaking down of old belief systems and the implementation of new ones.
Rather, it is much more likely that that is exactly what the manipulators want us to believe. He advocates a stronger and more serious involvement of science in the UFO research and debate.
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