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by Courtney Brown

eBook Cosmic Voyage: True Evidence of Extraterrestrials Visiting Earth download ISBN: 0451190262
Author: Courtney Brown
Publisher: Onyx; Reprint edition (August 1, 1997)
Language: English
ePub: 1719 kb
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Category: Religious
Subcategory: Occult and Paranormal

I would recommend this book to ALIEN investigators and Out OF Body Experiencers (OBE).

I would recommend this book to ALIEN investigators and Out OF Body Experiencers (OBE). As for where is his evidence, you need to check it out yourself. He gives several references to begin your remote viewing abilities (OBE).

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The story of his extraordinary odyssey of exploration is one that needed to be told. The story of his extraordinary odyssey of exploration is one that needed to be told.

Includes bibliographical references (p. -275). Through Scientific Remote Viewing, the author "reveals that at least two alien civilizations have been and continue to be intimately involved with Earth humans: a Martian race who. still struggle to survive on their nearly dead planet; and the Greys, a highly advanced humanoid people.

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Courtney Brown (born 1952) is an associate professor in the political science department at Emory University and is known for promoting the use of. .

He is also known as a proponent of remote viewing, a form of extrasensory perception.

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Using techniques developed by the . military, the author uncovers evidence that intelligent alien life exists in the universe, including refugees from an ancient, ruined civilization on Mars who now live on Earth. 75,000 first printing.

A professor at Emory University offers evidence that extraterrestrials have visited and are living on Earth, and recounts his own communication with a distant galactic federation of extraterrestrial civilizations. Reprint.
Comments: (7)
Anazan
Like most books of this genre, people either love it or hate it. Cosmic Voyage to alot of people is just a bunch of "fluff". Personally, I was thoroughly interested and enthralled from start to finish. You can view it as just fiction (although listed as non), or come to it with a very open mind. Whichever, remember that any book about alien contact is sure to sound way out there. And Cosmic Voyage goes above and beyond WAY out there. Perhaps that what makes it so interesting. It is hard to believe everything, even if you are open minded. But at the end of the day, its a very interesting read and gives you alot to think about.
PC-rider
fascinating journey
Saberblade
In 1996 a book called "Psychic Warrior", by David Morehouse, was published. This book exposed an alleged program within the CIA called "Stargate". The purpose of this program was to use psychics as spies via remote viewing, an ability where an individual travels across the barriers of time and space with their mind and gathers information. The story was startling, memorable, and quite believable as well.
In "Cosmic Voyage" Courtney Brown attempts to use his own remote viewing abilities to expose startling secrets and solve age-old mysteries, ranging from the origins of man on Earth, to speaking with Jesus Christ himself, to revealing the Secret of Life! Of course, there are plenty of alien tidbits in between.
These alien tidbits are what made me read this book in the first place, and they are probably the most believable part of this book. I have studied the alien abduction phenomenon for many years and read almost every book on the subject. The amazing thing about this phenomenon is that many of the books on the subject draw striking similarities with each other, almost like a puzzle; Cosmic Voyage seems to fill in some of the missing pieces. While it is certainly entertaining to think that Brown might be using actual psychic abilities and that the revelations in this book are true, there is no proof whatsoever to show that the author didn't just use the less-than-mystical abilities of plagiarism and imagination to fill the pages of this book. It is the aforementioned "Psychic Warrior" novel that gives me a glimmer of hope that this book might actually be true, at least in some parts.
Whether this book is actually true or not doesn't keep it from being an enjoyable read. It is a welcome relief from the all-too-standard alien abduction cases that reveal no information at all about the aliens themselves aside from vague physical descriptions. If this book is indeed fiction, Brown certainly thought up some very creative vignettes that make the reader think a little (I especially like his take on Mars - very smart, which makes it very believable).
Much like a doctor or police officer will enjoy a respective medical or crime drama, a ufologist will find "Cosmic Voyage" a breath of fresh air. It is a refreshing break from the same-old same-old, and it may even provide a new sense of inspiration. I look forward to reading Brown's sequel to this book. Highly recommended.
SoSok
There is more than ample documentation in the scientific community that the "remote viewing" phenomenon both exists and yields verifiable results. Dr. Courtney Brown provides us a clear and fast moving account of how he has applied the remote viewing method developed by the U.S. millitary in his personal quest to bring humanity to terms with various races of extraterrestirals. Apparently the ETs are quite interested in us, and have been involved in our genetic and cultural affairs for eons. In fact, Adam and Eve were genetic scientists who are still alive, monitoring our progress, and of course biblical accounts of them are merely the outcome of a prehistoric culture trying to interpret the wiles of a more advanced civilization.
Brown paints a vision of an expansive, scientifically-based "new age" cosmology. On one hand, he offers an incredibly optimistic and frightenning view of mankind's destiny, which will have to endure a global environmental collapse, already in its beginning stages. On the other hand, those grocery store tabloids would be hard pressed to come up with such outlandish claims, based on what we're asked to accept as empirical, "reproduceable" psychic observations. The focal point of Brown's writings is to call immediately for bolstering our feeble world government (the U.N.), so that we can extend diplomatic relations to a beleaguered cousin race who settled on Mars and suffered an ancient planetary catastrophe.
In Brown's noble quest to determine the proper way humanity should extend aid to its ailing Martian cousins, and later several factions of "Greys," the powerful entities of Jesus and Budda provide guidance and advice. And yet, if you've read some of the UFO abduction literature, there's much in Cosmic Voyage that ties alleged alien genetic experimentation on humans and the apparently factual accounts of Roswell together into a coherent vision. That's the same basic cosmology underlying the X-Files mythos, now so dominant in Hollywood, and of course, according to Brown, this is no coincidence. ET's have apparently been influencing the writers of Star Trek episodes for some time, in prepping us for eventual membership in the real Galactic Federation. This is a must read for Star Trek fans, and serious enthusiasts of the UFO literature. If you're a fundamentalist Christian,
you'll be convinced the devil is alive and well. If you're scientifically minded, there will be plenty of laughs, and perhaps a few cues to raise your curiosity about what the fringes of science are accomplishing in the areas of remote viewing and expanded human consciousness.
Vobei
This book, if you read it with an open mind and give it a chance, answers an awful lot of questions about man, his place in the universe, how God fits in, and how UFO's and other species fit into the overall scheme of things. I read it slowly and several times, and the thing is, it makes sense, it actually does tie everything together. I believe in Dr. Brown's methods, and I absolutely belive in SRV. Unless he is being deceived in a great way, this may answer many, many questions that I and people like me have been asking for a very long time. Time will eventually tell, and I know that Dr. Brown recently has been under critism for the Hale-Bopp controvery, which by the way, he is unjustly and mistakenly critisized for. I guess we'll wait and see, his findings do corrulate in ways with Robert Monroe's findings, among others. Give the book a chance, read it through and them make up your mind.