THE CRYPTOTERRESTRIALS PDF

Mac Tonnies (20 August – 22 October ) was an American author and blogger whose The cryptoterrestrial hypothesis was developed in Tonnies’s blog, and later published posthumously. It proposes that extraterrestrial beings are. The Cryptoterrestrials has 76 ratings and 14 reviews. Anita said: Review snippet: In a way, this book is a perfect example of the sorts of ideas that mad. 21 Aug Before his death in late , Mac Tonnies was digging deep into the strange and enigmatic world of what he termed the cryptoterrestrials.

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In another example from “a source,” the person in question encounters “miniature” beings that are “human-like in all respects” while in “a wooden area of the American Northwest.

There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Even the mentally ill Richard Shaver was able to get into the act quite influentially. Fab Mariani rated it it was ok Dec 20, Want to Read saving….

Air Force had come to a startling conclusion: Gives the reader much ceyptoterrestrials ponder and some good reference material crytoterrestrials plow through when finished. Mac Tonnies takes a topic that seemingly has no answers ie, the strange encounters with others who claim to be from outer space, but often exhibit familiar terrestrial behavior, along with technology that seems nothing short of anachronistic, pretending to hide from us on secret missions, while flying through the sky in lit up saucers with blinking lights and asks a different question: He has a curious mind and I found his writing style enjoyable.

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Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. While Tonnies does reference Vallee and Keel, as well as Albert Budden, he doesn’t appear to have been able to separate the intelligent and accurate wheat from the vague and soft-boiled chafe.

Presumably, the amateurish ‘The Cryptoterrestials’ was published as a loving tribute to its author by friends at Anomalist Books. Ed Meyer rated it it was ok Sep 18, From Chemtrails to Space Fence Lockdown. Rob rated it really liked it Oct 25, To ask other readers questions about The Cryptoterrestrialsplease sign up.

ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Kirsten Corby rated it liked it Jun 14, Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Their civilization supposedly resides within a huge, underground system of caverns and tunnels beneath the southwest portion of the United States. See all 38 reviews.

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Jul 27, Harrison rated it it was amazing Shelves: Survival is the name of their game. Stories from the Messengers: How many figures were present? Peter Cryptoterrestriaos rated it it was amazing Jul 14, But, both Messengers and Trojan delivered to the reader two far more explicit messages: Where is the evidence, even anecdotal?

Where are the fantastical stories from eye-witnesses to keep the reader biting for more? You may want to read with the light on. At the same time, this groundbreaking work attempts to reconcile the mythological and contemporary accounts of “little people” into a coherent picture.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Just because you’re writing about an interesting idea, doesn’t mean you don’t cryptorerrestrials to be a good writer. In fact, at almost every turn, Tonnies falls into the literalist trap; he would have done himself better had he read more Patrick Harpur and less Hopkins, Strieber, et al.

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And that violent species that blusters around like an insane, unruly and spoiled child, and that has done more damage in its short life-time than can ever be truly imagined, is, of course, us. I think it would do a disservice to Mac’s work to describe its development in such linear terms, for Mac was a thinker whose ideas scattered in myriad directions simultaneously.

Look at his blog and you’ll see speculation on the paranormal along side thoughts on I “knew” the late Mac Tonnies as many others did– through interaction on his blog http: To offer any kind of support to the author’s argument?