UFOs, Antigravity, Vimanas, and Mystics – Reviews
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Reviews for UFOs, Antigravity, Vimanas & Mystics
Dr. Arthur Rosen November 18, 2011 at 7:16 pm
I was delighted to see truly new material added to the subject of UFOs. The author obviously has good sources, hope he doesn’t get in trouble with thepowers that be in the black world. I can honestly say I am waiting with baited breath to more rivetting volumes in this series.
– Arthur Rosen, ScD Anthropologist and co-founder Maryland Center for the Investigation of Unexplained Phenomena.
Dr. Willard McIntyre November 18, 2011 at 7:34 pm
Enjoyed UFOs, Antigravity, Vimanas, and Mystics thoroughly though I found the writing a bit shallow-not in quality but lack of more details-It left me wanting more. I hope there will be a volume two that takes up where this leaves off as I expect Kettler’s disclosures will trigger new developments-hopefully ones that leave Kettler unscathed and able to continue this style of writing.
– Willard McIntyre, CEO NARCEL
Thank you. I deeply appreciate the kudos on my work from men of your stature and your understanding of some of the risks being run–by a bunch of people! I’d like to present another review which came to me out of the blue, from a wholly unexpected, august source.
Lord William MacGregor, KBE, PhD, ScD, PhD, RAS, RAA November 22, 2011 at 1:07 am
What a great read. The only thing wrong with it is that it is not longer. Apparently a fresh foray into E books by one of the better paranormal writers to escape from servitude pay at Atlantis Rising Magazine. I have been wondering what happened to Kettler since I have not seen his byline in AR in years. Perhaps Kenyon will read this tome and stop buggering the pooch and wake up and hang onto his talent. This is a courageous effort certain to tweak the noses of intelligence agencies around the world, especially in the Raj. I am recommending this book to my colleagues in Lords, things have been rather dull since the demise of Lord Clancarthy. Keep up the good work.
– Lord William MacGregor, KBE, PhD, ScD, PhD, RAS, RAA
sloynaz, a Member August 1, 2012 at 3:08 pm
I purchased both of your E-books on July 31, and I started reading immediately the first E-book; just finished and I have to say, in an eloquent manner: That you are academically gifted – so gifted, in fact, that you defy the imagination. Rather than poke around with tidbits of information, you allow the reader to submerse into the reality of events that have taken place. Loved it…
John It is surprising you haven’t not been lance and boiled….LOL (Ed. Reference to “lancing the boil,” spook speak for murdering someone causing problems)