The expanding case for the UFO

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739 expanding case ufoAlthough one of the many books on "flying saucers" that were published during the 50's, "The expanding case for the UFO"  and M. Jessup are the starting point for the tale of the Philadephia Experiment. The booksuggested that transient lunar phenomenon were somehow related to UFOs in the earth's skies.

Jessup's main flying-saucer scenario suggested that "good" and "bad" groups of space aliens were/are meddling with terrestrial affairs. Like most of the writers on flying saucers and the so-called contactees that emerged during the 1950s, Jessup displayed familiarity with the alternative mythology of human prehistory developed by Helena P. Blavatsky's cult of Theosophy, which included the mythical lost continents of Atlantis, Mu, and Lemuria.

 

Product Details

    • Author: M. K. Jessup
    • ASIN: B0007DXIMW
    • Published on: 1957
    • Original language: English
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • 253 pages
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