Coming …

Update: August 12th, 2019

OK! I see you’ve got some interesting books that have already been reviewed, but what have you got coming to this bLog? What books will be reviewed in the future?

Well, how about these, coming soon:

  • The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects, Final Report, by Edward J. Ruppelt, (1923-1960), Former Head of Air Force Project Blue Book. This book has an official-looking cover, with the US Seal on it, and has interesting chapters inside, lending itself to a review. Ruppelt, who coined the phrase “unidentified flying object” instead of “flying saucers,” became “very disillusioned with all the nonsense aspects toward the end.”
  • Encounter in Rendlesham Forest, by Nick Pope and two retired USAF officers; reveals Lucifer and Ahriman as causes of the phenomena, that is, to anthroposophists, but I won’t push this in the review. There can be two RS references here: The Influences of Lucifer and Ahriman: Human Responsibility for the Earth, and The Incarnation of Ahriman: The Embodiment of Evil on Earth.
  • Eleanor (Roosevelt), A Spiritual Biography. The Faith of the 20th Century’s Most Influential Woman, by Harold Ivan Smith; and we’ll be searching for other good books focused on women, or women achievers.
  • Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men: A Rational Christian Look at UFOs and Extraterrestrials, by Hugh Ross, Kenneth R. Samples, Mark Clark. From this book, the UFO phenomena “… wants us to believe that the Triune God is not real and the center of all truth.” This book could also be reviewed, and certainly referenced, as the triangle or Trinity or anti-Trinity is a powerful aspect and symbol all through the Rendlesham encounter.
  • A Chance to Die: The Life and Legacy of Amy Carmichael, by Elisabeth Elliott
  • A Woman of No Importance, The Untold Story of the American Spy Who Helped Win World II, by Sonia Purnell

These lists are in relative order of on-line appearance — some reviews may come on-line before others, but all are coming!  Check back often, or subscribe to receive information about what is coming next and when it will arrive. Your comments are always welcome.

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  1. January 24th, 2013 at 06:31

    Reviewers are welcome!… However, I will continue reviewing books. – Martha Keltz

  2. January 25th, 2013 at 07:23

    I am hoping to add for review: The Silent Road, by Wellesley Tudor Pole, although this book is not easy to obtain. – mk

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