Walking Among Us

  • by David M. Jacobs
  • Narrated by Jeff Cummings
  • 9 hrs and 7 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In his 1998 book, The Threat, Jacobs uncovered disconcerting reports about aliens' plans for the future of Earth. He reported that a "change" is coming; a future when very human-like hybrids would intermingle with humans in everyday life. "Soon we will all be together," the aliens said. "Soon everyone will be happy and everyone will know his place."
This audiobook examines a chilling phenomenon that Jacobs began noticing in 2003. The alien integration action plan has kicked into high gear. The incidents of alien abductions have declined as occurrences of alien involvement in everyday life have accelerated. A silent and insidious invasion has begun. Alien hybrids have moved into your neighborhood and into your workplace. They have been trained by human abductees to "pass," to blend in to society, to appear as normal as your next door neighbor.
This audiobook illustrates in detail the process of alien integration into society and the strategy and support structure that has been developed to make this happen seamlessly. While he is not certain why they are doing it, the final chapter of the audiobook will provide some chilling possible answers as to why they are here and what they want to accomplish.
Jacobs is a careful researcher who has investigated more than 1150 abduction events experienced by more than 150 abductees. This audiobook focuses on the experiences of thirteen abductees.


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Hybrids among us

The main thesis of this book is that aliens have been creating a race of hybrids by mixing their DNA with ours, or by altering our DNA in some other way, and that the hybrids have started living among us as a stage in a program that has complete domination of the Earth as its objective. The author has gathered the evidence for this program by interviewing numerous abductees. It's a fascinating form of speculation if you have any interest in the UFO/abductee phenomenon.

You have to have some patience getting through the first part of the book. For the first half, maybe more, the abductees tell how they teach hybrids to blend in to human society, giving them instructions on the most mundane things: how to peel an orange, choose clothes to wear, go through the check-out counter at the store, put groceries away, etc. At a certain point it almost becomes laughable. I would think: Am I really going to have to listen to the abductee tell how he taught a hybrid to peel an orange? Yep, you really do have to listen to all these instructions in mind-numbing detail.

In spite of the overabundance of detail in some regards, the book builds momentum and drew me in towards the last third, when the author starts drawing conclusions and speculating about the implications. That's the most interesting part. Stick with it or jump to the last hour and a half if you get tired of hearing about all the minutiae.
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- Michael

You must already know about the subject

I highly recommend this book to everyone who has any interest in the field of UFOlogy or abductions. For those of us who are researchers and have already spoken to experiencers, this is a must read. For people with an open mind, you will find the subject highly provocative.
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- Israel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-01-2015
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio