While reading another book about the paranormal last year, I came across this book and added it to my "to read" list. Find Rare Books Book Value. I was thinking about doing a thread about Ivan T.
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Craig rated it it was amazing Jan 30, Sanderson puts forth the vision of an ""advanced"" civilization much older than ours; perhaps developed from space flights which we are just beginning to notice. Indeed, he adduces quite a number of accounts lending themselves to such an hypothesis, all of which are quite well told. Sanderson, meanwhile, is of the space age and not as funny and, honestly, strives too much to make zanderson odd ideas he's investigating comport within scientific strictures with little actual support he "theorizes" as if all data, most sandersob it anectodal, were scientific, from which suppositions can be made.
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I had never heard of anything like UAOs unidentified aquatic objects, and found that the idea could be either very intriguing or very campy and entertaining. I had to read it! There resdients no discussion topics on this book yet. Return to Book Page. Text clean, binding tight.
Jul 10, John rated it it was ok. They were observed for x number of minutes, I was looking forward to taking another look at this book from my credulous, paranormal, IN SEARCH OF-fueled youth of the s, because the central idea of it always stuck in the back of my head as particularly intriguing this from a kid who read his way through dozens of UFO books in grade school. I bought this book because I couldn't tell whether it was Science Fiction, or Non-fiction.
One example lies in how he treats what others interpret as UFOs in ancient Indian texts.
Edges brown, spine creased. I just finished Uninvited Visitors and loved it.
Invisible Residents: The Reality of Underwater UFOs
The nature of the book is very unfortunate. Star rated it sanderso was ok. If you'd like to know what I thought of this book, please contact me directly and I'd be happy to discuss it with you. Find Rare Books Book Value. The opinions of our members are not those of site ownership who maintains strict editorial agnosticism and simply provides a collaborative venue for free expression.
I am not sure who his intended audience was, because he insults a majority of it see above, as well as his demeaning of terms like UFOs and a large portion of the UFO subculture. What is the predominant type of energy either concentrated or generated at these "vile vortices? However, it is the emerging and submerging characteristics that make me lean towards artificial.
Sanderson states two thought provoking conundrums, firstly, if it is not physical, it is not real, but then electricity is not physical and secondly that we do not have the vaguest notion of what is ft beneath our land and sea and nothing of Hydrospace.
It isn't a one-time occurrence either. There's some interesting reading at the links below about 'forgotten' UFO researcher and zoologist Ivan T. After pages of lists, he may include a few sentences here and there to make his point. So that feature does not seem natural in the ocean scape.
INVISIBLE RESIDENTS by Ivan T. Sanderson | Kirkus Reviews
Good mass market paperback. Could these still-operational underwater docking bases have been built in our distant past by extraterrestrials? KC Metro Books Published: