The Nine: Briefing From Deep Space (originally titled Briefing For a Landing on Planet Earth) tells the story of a group of inter-dimensional beings called “The Nine” who are trying to save us from ourselves, and in turn save the planet from being destroyed.
The protagonists are Andrija Puharich, a scientist, Phyllis Schlemmer, a medium, and Sir John Whitmore, who are the receivers of the Nine’s wisdom and instruction. During the 1970s, other notable individuals including Gene Roddenberry, the creator of Star Trek and Lyle Watson, author of Supernature were involved with the group.
The premise of the story is that Earth is on the brink of catastrophe, and before that happens, other civilizations may well come to help. However, despite the anticipation, no landing of extraterrestrial beings has occurred yet, which led to accusations that the story was a CIA plot or a hoax orchestrated by spirit entities, Colin Wilson, who wrote the foreword, described as “crooks and conmen of the Spirit World.” Certainly, as with any drama there’s an antagonist, which in this case are known as The Opposition, who are negative forces outside this dimension capable of influencing us all if we allow that to happen.
The book explores the possibility of aliens landing on Earth and the idea that ancient aliens may have visited our planet in the past, inspiring legends.
This spiritual, religious, and new age geopolitical tale includes seemingly outlandish accounts of extraterrestrial civilizations such as Hoova from which the “chosen” descendants of Abraham originate, while Israel we are told is a microcosm of our planet.
Whether considered fact or science fiction, “The Nine” presents an intriguing narrative, challenging readers to ponder on whether selected human minds are being used to avert and cause disasters, and the role of extraterrestrial intelligences in our evolution.
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Publisher: White Crow Books
Published July 25, 2023
Size: 6 x 9 inches / 229 x 152 mm