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Invisible Residents: A Disquisition upon Certain Matters Maritime, and the Possibility of Intelligent Life Under the Waters of This Earth
Invisible Residents A Disquisition upon Certain Matters Maritime and the Possibility of Intelligent Life Under the Waters of This Earth Author:Ivan T Sanderson Men live on land -- only about a quarter of the earth's surface. In recent years they have begun to explore the space above their planet, but what of the 75 percent of earth that lies beneath water? Have we been ignoring the mountain of evidence that something is happening down there? Ivan T. Sanderson believes that we have and, in this exten... more »sively researched account of water-centered happenings, has come to some startling conclusions.
In Invisible Residents Mr. Sanderson gathers together reports of historical and recent sightings of lighted objects that have risen from, descended into, and maneuvered over reservoirs, rivers, lakes, seas, and oceans. He correlates such superficially unrelated studies as analyses by engineers of ancient art objects that may represent air-to-water craft, the appearance of catherine wheels of light in the Indian Ocean, the time-speed incongruities experienced by flyers, and the disappearance -- without a trace -- of air and water craft and of shipboard travelers in certain "lozenge-shaped" areas around the world.
Supported by charts, appendices, and references, Invisible Residents arrives at its hypotheses by scientific methods but with a fresh, unbiased open-mindedness that opens new frontiers and excites the imagination.« less