Preparing for the New Realities of Extraterrestrial Existence
"I feel it is one of the best approaches I have found to grasp the most jarring enigma humanity has ever faced." —George Noory, host of Coast to Coast AM
“We cannot separate the earth from its greater cosmic environment. What is needed is a new story and Alan Steinfeld’s Making Contact is part of that story.” —Deepak Chopra, Author, Total Meditation
How can we prepare for an event that is literally beyond anything humanity has ever faced?
Making Contact presents multiple perspectives on what no longer can be denied: UFOs and their occupants are visiting our world. The book answers questions which remain in the wake of the recent Pentagon’s disclosures as to who and why these beings are here.
The volume contains original writings by the leading experts of the phenomena such as: Linda Moulton Howe, Earthfiles reporter, Whitley Strieber best-selling author of Communion, Professor John E. Mack, former head of the Harvard Medical school of psychiatry and an alien abduction investigator, Darryl Anka internationally known for his communication with the extraterrestrial Bashar, Nick Pope, former UK Ministry of Defense UFO investigator, Grant Cameron expert on American presidents and UFOs, Drs. J.J. and Desiree Hurtak, globalists and founders of the worldwide organization, The Academy for Future Science, Caroline Cory, director of Superhuman and ET: Contact, Mary Rodwell, author of the New Human about star-seed children, Henrietta Weekes, actress and writer, expressing the poetic aspects of making contact. Alan Steinfeld, contributes and curates the collection with 30 years of experience with the subject. The Foreword by George Noory of Coast to Coast AM kicks off the volume with his veteran overview of the need to wake up to the “new realities of extraterrestrial existence.”
At this critical juncture in the government’s official acknowledgement of the reality of UFOs/UAPs, scientists, politicians and mainstream news outlets have no idea what to make of these startling revelations or the outpouring of sightings and “contact” experiences currently being reported on a global scale. The book stands as the most comprehensive clarification to date on the intent and intelligence behind the phenomena. The variety of viewpoints expressed in the volume provide a solid foundation for the “preparation” of the greatest challenge to ever face humankind.
Making Contact stands as the essential handbook for embracing the most exalted moment in history: Meeting the cosmic others.
In this stimulating anthology, Steinfeld, host of online show New Realities, invites 13 contributors to discuss their personal experience and theoretical exploration of UFO encounters. UFO researcher Grant Cameron argues that the dazzling lights and strange behavior of UFOs are specifically intended to grab human attention. An edited transcript of a lecture by late Harvard psychiatrist John Mack argues UFO research is on the cusp of reorienting reality on the scale of Galileo, Darwin, or Freud. Actor and poet Henrietta Weekes lyrically weighs in on how difficult alien encounters are to conceptualize and discuss with others. Darryl Anka calls for developing telepathic abilities so as to communicate with advanced species. Various theories, such as aliens currently living underground or using humanity as a genetic experiment, appear alongside explanations of how contact could be made unbeknownst to humans. Despite the outlandishness of the theories and mythologies, readers new to the topic will have little trouble following along. Those curious about the possibilities of extraterrestrial contact should take note.