They Live in the Sky
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They Live in the Sky : Invisible Incredible UFOs Around Us

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Constable's first full-length book reissued, which reveals otherwise hidden creatures and objects traversing our skies that were exposed with his groundbreaking infrared photo techniques. Also covered is a series of telepathic communications the author had developed with what was claimed to be an extraterrestrial intelligence. He abandoned this line of research in future work because much of the information received could not be fully verified, and he felt that delving into it more deeply could affect his other work on important scientific levels. Therefore, this book is entirely unique - mapping out a serious scientific pursuit of hidden beings and objects in our atmosphere with the experience of strange, telepathic communications. This book also references the work of the main UFO researchers of the time including Major Donald Keyhoe, George Adamski, Harold Wilkins and George Van Tassel. Includes 36 original photos by Constable, accompanied by a chapter devoted entirely to their study.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 306 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 16mm | 354g
  • BOOK TREE
  • English
  • 36 Illustrations; Illustrations, black and white
  • 1585091529
  • 9781585091522
  • 1,288,310

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I have read first Constables book "Cosmic Pulse of Life" where he tells already about his photoshooting invisible critters in the Mojave Desert, so I expected not much else of his first book "They Live in the Sky," but was really surprised about the fast developing events and his encounters with an invisible etheric entity who communicated with Constable in a question-answer style which - if true (and I do believe that Constable as a man of honour merely recounts what really happened!) it is an eye-opening book and gives a lot to think about. I could not lay down the book for too long and even if one does not trust the veracity of Ashtar's statements, it is a book which one will not forget, and it reads like a thriller. --Amazon.com customer reviewshow more