內容簡介 SETI HAS IT ALL WRONG THERE IS INTELLIGENT LIFE IN THE COSMOS -- AND WE HAVE ALREADY COMMUNICATED WITH BEINGS ON OTHER WORLDS AND IN OTHER DIMENSIONS It is not necessary to construct giant interstellar telecommunication dishes at the cost of millions of dollars to send amateurish binary signals out into the universe. The late George Hunt Williamson was able to establish radio communications with the occupants of UFOs as far back as 1952, approximately the same time the Air Force sent up a Top-Secret project known as MQ707, which was an official attempt to establish telecommunications with space beings in order to get them to land at Edwards Air Force Base, where it is claimed that President Eisenhower later met with Ultra-Terrestrials face-to-face. Furthermore, the FCC, along with other government agencies, has been checking out reports of mysterious interference over various broadcast frequencies. Whether it's a powerful TV station in England, high frequency channels reserved strictly for astronaut communication, ham radio sets or CB equipment, some unknown source - on or off the planet - has the ability to "cut in" and take over the airwaves as they see fit. Is there perhaps a breakaway civilization headquartered on Earth that we know nothing about and yet we are able to overhear their "chatter," just like the government listens in to the foreign transmissions of potential terrorists? If this communication is going on (perhaps "both ways") what is the conversation all about, and is it of benefit to us now in practical, everyday terms? This is CENSORED information that has been kept from the public. The truth is we have been calling occupants of interplanetary craft FOR DECADES and guess what THEY HAVE BEEN ANSWERING OUR CALLS Editor's Note: George Hunt Williamson was a well known UFO contactee in the 1950s having testified that he was one of the witnesses to the contact claims of George Adamski. Just outside of Sun City, William watched as Adamski came face to face with a human-looking being from another planet who left his footprints in the sand and communicated via mental telepathy. Williamson was also a long time anthropologist who had discovered that almost all Native Americans had passed along from one generation to the next stories of strange visitors who came "down from the stars." One of the legends referred to the "Gin Guin" or the "Earth-rumblers," or the "Wheels-that-rumble the earth." The story in essence is this: "At various times a rotating wheel or whirling wheel, sometimes surrounded by a cloud, would descend and lightning would sometimes be seen to shoot from it. Then out of it would step a young fair-haired man whom they called "Bococitti," the fair haired god who comes from the heavens. Stories like these are found throughout the U.S. and in fact almost all primitive people throughout the world seem to have the same kind of legends."