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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The first half of this book is a fascinating compendium of word of mouth sightings of fairie folk and little people, and the consequences of encounters with such. Jcques wore gray coveralls and short boots.
While there’s an interesting kernel to his theory, I’m not quite sure some of the sources he draws from are meant to be taken in a spirit of anything besides allegory — Ezekiel and the Wheel, for example. Please help by adding reliable sources.
An instant classic when first published inthe book remains a must-have resource for anybody interested in the topics of UFOs and alien contact, as well as those fascinated by fairy folklore and other paranormal encounters.
While this may be the book that helped shape that view, it now feels ho a long read proving something that is already proven. Skeptics and believers alike will not be disappointed.
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They don’t believe that this should be handled solely by theologians. There are enough stories in here for a mahonia great movies and TV episodes, we’d never run out. It is less often pointed out, however, that our age has generated, and continues to generate, mythical material almost unparalleled in quantity and quality in the rich records of human imagination.
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His eyes resembled glowing balls of fire! They influence civilizations through mystical revelation. Return to Book Page.
To ask other readers questions about Passport to Magoniaplease sign up. Tulli Papyrus possibly 15th century B. Notify me of new comments via email. He wore shining garments and a flashing lamp on his chest.
I should re-read this. The phenomenon has stable, invariant features, some of which we have tried to identify and label clearly. They looked like Europeans and shook hands with Garreau.
A door opened in a green hillside, disclosing a porch which the nurse and her conductor entered. This was one of the first book that didn’t treat UFOs so much as visitors in spacecraft from other planets, but drew paralels to the phenomenon of fairies, gnomes and such, that bear many similarities with modern UFO experiences.
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You are commenting using your Twitter account. So were passsport seven coworkers, in a unique case of collective physiological reaction. Less than thirty feet away, above him on the slope, was a man: By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use.
MayPat Price and Ingo Swann. It shows ,agonia clear link between ancient folklore and modern ufology, but in this modern era of paranormal research that is a near-accepted fact. I recommend this book to all UFOlogists or people interested in folklore.
Allen Hynekthe chair of the University’s astronomy department. As in the novel just quoted, Dr.