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painkiller64

Avoid A Void
Joined
Sep 15, 2006
Location
kansas
#1
I just happened a while back to come across this and find it an amusing read. if you want a little laugh while seeing the other side of our otherworld friends then read this. its a good change of pace.



How to Make the Most
of a Flying Saucer Experience


Finally, a useful book about UFOs. (Or so the author claims.) It’s Professor Solomon’s guide to UFOs—his comprehensive study of the flying saucer phenomenon.
In this scholarly yet entertaining work, the Professor delves into UFO legend and lore—particularly that of the “contactees” of the 1950s.
He also presents a biography of George Adamski, the most controversial (and colorful) of the contactees.
And he offers practical advice—for readers about to embark on their own flying saucer experience.
Read this book and be ready—for your ride in a UFO.
“The professor of fun is back…a little more ‘out there’ than ‘Lost Objects.’”
—Baltimore Sun
209 pages. Illustrated.
Free download of entire book:
flyingsaucerexperience.pdf
(4.3 MB file—ready to print out and read)
Paperback Edition available from Amazon.com The Professor is currently aboard a UFO—visiting his friends from Outer Space. To view him, click on SaucerCam.






Professor Solomon

An “amateur professor” with a degree in English from Harvard, Professor Solomon is a findologist—an expert at finding lost objects. As such, he has appeared on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” National Public Radio’s “What Do You Know?” and other shows. He was recently seen in the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation documentary “Lost and Found.”
His Twelve Principles were featured by Family Circle magazine as their “Great Idea” of the month. Solomon is the author of How to Find Lost Objects, published by Penguin Books. His other publications include Japan in a Nutshell, Coney Island, How to Make the Most of a Flying Saucer Experience and The Book of King Solomon. His method for finding lost objects has been compared with that of Sherlock Holmes and Lord Peter Wimsey. See chapter 4 of Debugging by Thinking: A Multidisciplinary Approach by Robert Charles Metzger. The Professor is also a poet. To experience one of his poems, go to PoetCam.
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Kevin

Code Monkey
Staff member
Joined
Mar 20, 2004
Location
Pennsylvania
#3
I can't believe I missed this when it was first posted! :eek:

Thanks for the link! That just made for some interesting reading today.