• Aliens and Secret Technology

  • A Theory of the Hidden Truth
  • By: Martin Ettington
  • Narrated by: Martin K. Ettington
  • Length: 1 hr and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 02-08-18
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: ECS Associates, Inc.
  • 4 out of 5 stars 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

This book is an overview of both the history of aliens and UFOs, as well as a review of hidden aerospace and propulsive technologies. Where did these technologies come from? And how have they developed in the intervening years? Also, I try to answer some questions of how likely some of these claims are - because some things having to do with UFOs and aliens are much more documented than others. There are also many alien-related and secret programs that most of you listeners may have never heard of. The most interesting ones are summarized here.
©2017 Martin K. Ettington (P)2018 Martin K. Ettington
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4 out of 5 stars
By Diana on 03-15-18

Interesting UFO summary - great aviation tech talk

Is any of this provable as true? As with most UFO reports, No. And as with any reports on new or secret planes, No. Not yet at least.

Much of the UFO information in here was familiar, but since I haven't read Every UFO book, or seen every UFO documentary, or listened to every interview, it was really nice to hear about some significant cases that the author brought up and summarized.

Most of the aviation advanced technology information was unknown to me - but probably because I am interested in other stuff, like animals and gardening, and it may be that a more mechanically-inclined person would already know some of this. But, the second half of this audio book which covered all kinds of speculation on advanced aviation was REALLY interesting. I was agog to think that this kind of stuff is even possible.

About the narration: Very casually done, just imagine someone reading his own blog out loud to a friend. Some different pronunciations here and there.

Some of the picture or photo illustrations described out loud in a few sentences sounded familiar, but others sounded really interesting and it would be nice to have illustrations or charts in an accompanying PDF file, or at the website, or at least a PDF of the numerous internet links read out loud at the end of the book - which would allow for a click of the mouse to find the pictures or chart mentioned.

I bought a couple more books from this author - looks like some interesting subjects will be covered.

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