Through Alien Eyes

The accounts given by extraterrestrials in this volume are about events that occurred in our solar system many millions of years ago.

Through Alien Eyes

The accounts given by extraterrestrials in this volume are about events that occurred in our solar system many millions of years ago. In that ancient time the solar system consisted of four planets and four "radiar systems" that orbited the central sun. The four planets of the solar system are known today as Venus, Earth, Mars and a now-totally shattered world that was called Maldec. The term "radiar" applies to the astronomical bodies we presently call Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. The original satellites of these radiars are generally called moons by Earth astronomers, but the extraterrestrials prefer to call them planetoids. This book reflects the personal views of a number of different types of extraterrestrials regarding the state of the local solar system and the state of the Earth.

Through the Eyes of Aliens

This is a positive description of how it feels to be autistic and how friends, family and professionals can be more sensitive to the needs of autistic people.

Through the Eyes of Aliens

This is a positive description of how it feels to be autistic and how friends, family and professionals can be more sensitive to the needs of autistic people. Lee O'Neill perceives the imagination and keenly-felt sensory world of the autistic person as gifts. She challenges the reader to accept their difference and celebrate their uniqueness.

Through the Eyes of Aliens

This is a positive description of how it feels to be autistic and how friends, family and professionals can be more sensitive to the needs of autistic people.

Through the Eyes of Aliens

This is a rich and positive description of how it feels to be autistic and how friends, family and the professionals that work with autistic people can be more sensitive to their needs. Jasmine Lee O'Neill, autistic herself, perceives the creativity, imagination and keenly-felt sensory world of the autistic person as gifts. She argues that 'normalizing' autistic people - pushing them into behaving in a way that is alien to their true natures - is not just ineffective but wrong. In this vivid and enjoyable book, she challenges the reader to accept their difference and to celebrate their uniqueness. The book contains a wealth of insight into the autistic world and the author covers all the main topics of most concern for people with autism. She identifies the reasons for particular characteristic behaviour and is both clear and sensitive about whether, and if how so, the autistic person should be encouraged to adapt such behaviours. Drawn from her own experience, she has many suggestions for ways in which the 'normal' world can shape itself to work around the behavioural characteristics of autistic people. Her book is for anyone who is interested in learning more about autism, including families and friends of autistic people, doctors and therapists, and all those who work with them. It will also prove a source of inspiration to autistic people themselves.

The Stars of Heaven

Given this diversity and range of senses on Earth , we can never precisely predict the nature of alien senses . ... not be to see a thousand different worlds , but to see a single world through the eyes of a thousand different aliens .

The Stars of Heaven

Do a little armchair space travel, rub elbows with alien life forms, and stretch your mind to the furthest corners of our uncharted universe. With this astonishing guidebook, you don't have to be an astronomer to explore the mysteries of stars and their profound meaning for human existence. Clifford A. Pickover tackles a range of topics from stellar evolution to the fundamental reasons why the universe permits life to flourish. He alternates sections that explain the mysteries of the cosmos with sections that dramatize mind-expanding concepts through a fictional dialog between futuristic humans and their alien peers (who embark on a journey beyond the reader's wildest imagination). This highly accessible and entertaining approach turns an intimidating subject into a scientific game open to all dreamers. Told in Pickover's inimitable blend of fascinating state-of-the-art science and whimsical science fiction, and packed with numerous diagrams and illustrations, The Stars of Heaven unfolds a world of paradox and mystery, one that will intrigue anyone who has ever pondered the night sky with wonder.

Shades of Freedom

Given this diversity and range of senses on Earth, we can never precisely predict the nature of alien senses. ... not be to see a thousand different worlds, but to see a single world through the eyes of a thousand different aliens.

Shades of Freedom

A magisterial account of the interaction between the law and racial oppression in America, from colonial times to the present, this book demonstrates how the one agent that should have guaranteed equal treatment before the law--the judicial system--instead played a dominant role in enforcing the inferior position of blacks. 43 photos.

Raechel s Eyes

This is the story of Helen Littrell's daughter Marisa and her odd college roommate Raechel -- two young women who did not fit it -- one legally blind and needing assistance, and the other with a strange diet, but seemingly no history at all ...

Raechel s Eyes

This is the story of Helen Littrell's daughter Marisa and her odd college roommate Raechel -- two young women who did not fit it -- one legally blind and needing assistance, and the other with a strange diet, but seemingly no history at all. This fascinating story, written from experience and years of research as documented in Part II, crackles like science fiction but is true. It answers two important questions: Why haven't aliens landed on the White House lawn, and why haven't they taken over the Earth? Marisa's story invites you to expand your vision, to see the world, and ultimately the universe, through the eyes of a blind girl, her mother, and most strangely, through Raechel's Eyes.

Abductions and Aliens

She realized that whenever they appeared, a beam of light shone into her eyes. She said that she was able to communicate with the aliens through a form of telepathy and could later "command" a ship to appear for other observers.

Abductions and Aliens

We can't escape them; aliens are everywhere. They sell us soft drinks and star in their own sitcoms. But to the many people who believe they have been abducted aboard strange crafts, aliens are a very serious reality. Stories of these encounters, taken from investigators' files, have been vividly depicted in television specials and motion pictures. Despite their predominance as a cultural phenomenon, experts offer drastically conflicting opinions: aliens are harmless creatures whose aim is to better understand humans; aliens are angel-like entities here to enhance our spiritual awareness; aliens are conspiring with the government in a plot to enslave humans; and aliens are genetically breeding with humans to create a new race of hybrids. But, what is really going on? Are aliens abducting thousands of unsuspecting people each year? Are they then inserted with tracking devices and monitored? Based on his own investigative files and almost twenty-five years of research, science writer Chris Rutkowski asks hard questions, looking critically, yet compassionately, at the stories of abductees. He is an astronomer, educator and published commentator within the area of study known as "ufology." Rutowski presents case histories of many abductees, showing both their diversity and similarities, and examines how our understanding is shaped by media, by science, and by society itself.

Lurkers

'The aliens watched the televisions—not directly, but through the eyes of the humans whose brains they were scanning. And they monitored the pleasure centres of the humans' brains, discovering that humans, watching this meaningless ...

Lurkers


ThirdWay

Star Trek reflected US culture of the Sixties, exploring themes such as racism through encounters with 'aliens'. ... such a device: the humour is generated by seeing ourselves through the eyes of four alien spies disguised as humans.

ThirdWay

Monthly current affairs magazine from a Christian perspective with a focus on politics, society, economics and culture.

Transforming the Screen 1950 1959

The aliens are xenomorphs , ectoplasmic beings who are able to assume the identities of others , but in their ... are from the point of view of the aliens , thus the people appear on screen through a shimmering , eyelike bubble .

Transforming the Screen  1950 1959

Covering a tumultuous period of the 1950s, this work explores the divorce of movie studios from their theater chains, the panic of the blacklist era, the explosive emergence of science fiction as the dominant genre, and the rise of television and Hollywood's response with widescreen spectacles.

Eyes Of The Alien

I lay there shaking, while the light seemed to cut right through me. Something ran up my arms. It was like a chill, only it was warm. What was happening to us? I have never felt more scared. The silence was suddenly broken by a ...

Eyes Of The Alien

Sam and Freddie, both fostered with the same family, are best friends. Sam even laughs at Freddie's jokes! But after Sam has an accident and knocks herself unconscious, she begins to have weird nightmares about a sinister figure with huge eyes - alien eyes. Freddie, who thinks he knows everything there is to know about extra-terrestrials, jokes that aliens must be after Sam - trying to contact her. But it's just his imagination, isn't it? Until they see the spaceship . . .

Through Alien Eyes

A Russian-born journalist, Ms. Popova shines a blinding light on some of the amusing and amazing oddities that are revealed when an outsider takes a blunt look at how we live.

Through Alien Eyes

What do you think of those Russian brides? What do they think of YOU? International marriages bring a substantial number of newcomers to the US and contribute to the transformation of the basic institution of society the family. When men are from Mars and women are aliens, the marital dynamic can be quite dramatic. A Russian-born journalist, Ms. Popova shines a blinding light on some of the amusing and amazing oddities that are revealed when an outsider takes a blunt look at how we live.

The System of Antichrist

Through the eyes of this Divine Humanity , we can contemplate , and gain insight into , other forms of consciousness ... so the alien kidnappers ' turn their victims into aliens ' by ' stealing their souls ' — by destroying their ...

The System of Antichrist

The System of Antichrist examines the present religious and cultural scene from the standpoint of traditional metaphysics and critiques the New Age spiritualities within their postmodern context. Its many references to Rene Guenon and Frithjof Schuon also help introduce these important but little-known 'traditionalist' thinkers. The book presents lore relating to the 'latter days' of the present cycle from the vantage point of comparative religion, drawing upon relevant doctrines from Buddhism, Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Zoroastrianism, and the Native American traditions. It also speculates upon the social, psychic, and spiritual nature of that being known to Christianity, Judaism, and Islam as the Antichrist, presenting him as both an individual and a system and warning those willing to be warned against the spiritual seduction and terror he represents, and against the regime which will be-and is-the social expression of that seduction and that terror. Finally, in tracing the roots of Antichrist in the fallen nature of man, the author sketches the particular quality of spirituality proper to apocalyptic times, the dangers it faces, the unique opportunities open to it. And along the way he describes his own course from the 'spiritual revolution' of the 1960s, through the world of New Age spiritualities, to the threshold of traditional esoterism and metaphysics. As he says, speaking of the angst that characterizes the modern world: 'The specific medicine for the shock of despair is the deeper shock of meaning. Nothing but the weight of eternity, breaking through the thin, brittle shell of the postmodern sky, can set us on our feet.'"

The Beast Who Once Was New Insight into End Times Prophecy

And how they can see everything, is through the grey's eyes, and they can command them to do whatever they want... ... In 1988 a set of books was released entitled Message from the Pleiades which documented the messages the aliens have ...

The Beast Who Once Was  New Insight into End Times Prophecy

The Bible says that there was a beginning of things, and that there will be an end. Near the end we will see a hero and a villain arise, the son of God will battle the son of Satan. The prophecies in the Bible have a great deal to say about this, but one prophecy has been overlooked... until now. "I will explain to you the mystery of the beast who once was, now is not, and yet will come. This calls for a mind with wisdom (Revelation 17: 7- 9)." Here we are told that the Beast, the son of Satan, once lived, but at one time he was not alive, and that he would live again. The Beast will seem to recover from a fatal wound (Revelation 13: 3). Not a nearly fatal wound. He will seem to recover from death! In the end times he will be seen to rise from the grave in imitation of Jesus Christ. Who was the Beast? But more importantly, why is that mysterious fraternity of Freemasons preparing to come to his aid? We will examine their own writings and rituals to confirm that they are devoted to the Beast who once was.

Betrothed to an Alien Shifter

A sci-fi alien romance Pascia Thrall. Tarqi squeezes me tight. “They're going to a planet colonised by another race of people, a shipping outpost, with aliens from all over. ... “Through the eyes of those who are there.

Betrothed to an Alien Shifter

"I traveled a million miles across the universe to meet my fiance, and one glance tells me he hates me." Desperate to escape the zombie apocalypse that has taken over the Earth, Jane jumped at the chance of becoming bride to the son of an Alien Prime Minister But Tarqi didn't chose her, like she thought. In fact, he never knew until the morning of her arrival that he was to be bonded to a human, and he loathes the idea. They make a deal: do what it takes to win his father the next election, and then Tarqi will help set Jane up in this new society. But doing what it takes means pretending to be a couple, and the more they pretend, the more Jane finds herself not pretending, anymore. Betrothed to an Alien is a sci-fi romance novella, the first book in the Brides of Somtach series, set in the same world as the Scouts of Somtach series, aimed at adults aged 18+. Each book is a standalone, with it's own HEA.

UFOs A History of Alien Activity from Sightings to Abductions to Global Threat

When taken into another room thewitness maybeforcibly immersed in a large tank of liquid, subjected agonizingly painful ... the eyes seem tobeacommunication device, withtelepathic messages being transferred through the alien's eyes into ...

UFOs  A History of Alien Activity from Sightings to Abductions to Global Threat

Is Earth undergoing an alien invasion? In this thrilling examination of the UFO phenomenon, author Rupert Matthews assesses the growing threat of alien reconnaissance on Earth. From the earliest recorded sightings to the most recent encounters and abductions, the book sifts through the evidence and asks the crucial question: why do they come...

Sites of Autopsy in Contemporary Culture

over the body. Indeed, in the episode entitled “Memento Mori,” even Scully's cancer originates outside her body, ... the autopsy footage in Alien Autopsy offers two levels from which to see the dead body, one through the eyes of those ...

Sites of Autopsy in Contemporary Culture

Explores the role and function of the autopsy in Western culture, from Rembrandt's The Anatomy Lecture to The X-Files and CSI. In this compelling interdisciplinary study, Elizabeth Klaver considers how autopsies are performed in a variety of contexts, from the “real” thing in hospitals and county morgues to various depictions in paintings, novels, plays, films, and television shows. Autopsies can serve a variety of pedagogical, legal, scientific, and social functions, and the autopsied cadaver, Klaver shows, has lately become one of the most spectacular bodies offered up to the public on film, television, and the Internet. Setting her discussion within the history of the modern autopsy, and including the narrative of her own attendance at a medical autopsy, Klaver makes the autopsy readable in a number of diverse venues, from Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson and Vesalius’s Fabrica to The Silence of the Lambs, The X-Files, and CSI. Moving from the actual autopsy itself to its broader symbolic ramifications, Klaver addresses questions as disparate as the social constructedness of the body, the perception and treatment of death under late capitalism, and the ubiquity of paranoia in contemporary culture. Elizabeth Klaver is Associate Professor of English at Southern Illinois University. She is the editor of Images of the Corpse: From the Renaissance to Cyberspace and the author of Performing Television: Contemporary Drama and the Media Culture.

Watermen

Or a racelonginland. The alien she touched turned and looked into her face, whistled. Its eyes were soft and dark, and Morgan thought they showed sorrow and fear and uncertainty. For a moment, she thought she was looking into the eyes ...

Watermen

Jennifer Prothero feels safe living in New Garth with her adopted family, something she hadn't believed possible when she lived in Deem. Barely a child when she followed Seth and Mole, Orlando and Candy, Morgan and Dharmistha from the corrupt city, she is discovering the restlessness of adolescence, making her wonder if the seemingly idyllic life among her adopted family is really what she wants. Then, the rural peace is destroyed when space ships carrying two species of alien crash nearby, one friendly, the other hostile—Watermen, perverse, child-stealing monsters whose previous visits left death and destruction behind. Aided by Sill and Glider, the genderless alien survivors of the first crashed ship, Jennifer and her family choose to fight for their home. When the battle is done, Jennifer faces an unexpected new choice about her future.

Aliens Bug Hunt

The material around his legs and torso had hardened while he slept, locking his body into place. ... He stared into dark eyes that seemed not to reflect the firelight so much as drink it in. His mother's eyes. ... The alien morphed.

Aliens  Bug Hunt

Eighteen brand new stories - exclusive to this collection - featuring the Colonial Marines in bloody conflict with the deadly Aliens. ALIENS: BUG HUNT will send the marines into deep space, to alien worlds, to derelict space settlements, and into the nests of the universe's most dangerous monsters.

The Science Of Aliens

I mean this not only in the symbolic sense of viewing the world from various alien mental perspectives , but also literally : seeing through eyes sensitive to strange , nonvisible parts of the electromagnetic spectrum , seeing in all ...

The Science Of Aliens

If extraterrestrials ever landed on Earth, they would find us extremely strange. Their first intimation of our existence might well be a Super Bowl broadcast or a stray transmission from the Playboy channel. But, of course, they might seem equally strange to us. How strange? Their senses could be entirely different from ours—they might see in the infrared or “hear” radio waves.What would aliens look like? An intelligent octopus-like creature is certainly plausible. What about odd numbers of limbs—a three-legged alien with three arms and three eyes? What about an entire planet of immobile, silicon-based “trees” that communicate with each other via electrical signals? The Science of Aliens gets weirder still. Could a giant interstellar cloud be “alive” and intelligent? Could creatures live at extremely high pressures and temperatures? And which of these many possibilities would be similar enough to us that they could communicate with them, or they with us? Would they have any interest in abducting us? Would they want to have sex with us?In classic Pickover style, here is speculation at the far edge of knowledge—and beyond.