In UFOs & The National Security State: Chronology Of A Cover-up – Volume 1, Richard Dolan carried out his opening salvo into the field of UFOlogy. Seeking a veritable encyclopedia of verifiable UFO sightings and never finding one, Dolan wrote a book based upon all data he collated from all the previous research he had undertaken. In essence, he wrote the book he was looking for in UFOlogy, but wasn’t available.
In UFO’s & The National Security State – Volume 2, Dolan further cemented himself as a genuine historian by buttressing his previous work with another landmark piece. Like his other books, this book is sourced to the hilt, which is appreciated for those seeking to venture further into the abstruse. Moreover, this book is also the book in which the term “Breakaway Civilization” was coined. A notable point to be sure, because that idea has been used by others seeking truth within this field and others, and it’s helped shed light into darker areas in this field. What’s more, the ‘encyclopedia’ that Dolan began in volume one continued.
Thence, in A.D. After Disclosure, Dolan and his author Bryce Zabel sought to examine how the day after “the Others” are announced might play out, and they carry out the examination in salient fashion. This book features a very sober analysis to many of the probable scenarios that will play out in a post-disclosure worked. Anyone seeking to understand the possibilities such a sobering day will bring should ruminate upon getting this book.
Now, in UFOs For The 21st Century Mind, Dolan wrote a book to grapple the mind of newer generations and readers, the unexposed minds, the interested minds that have long sought to dive into “the phenomenon” but didn’t know where to start.
Along this stream of thought, this book strikingly brings about a fresh new look at UFOs, with modern eyes, employing a much broader perspective and dataset than the average UFO book. Dolan doesn’t simply stick to classic sightings, abductions and declassified documents, but goes beyond to ruminate upon the realm of consciousness, quantum entanglement and more. This book really is an up-to-date assessment of the situation from a multiplicity of angles.
Dolan begins the book by examining what UFOs could be by guiding the reader closer to the subject thoughtful and yet trenchant manner. This helps the reader familiarize themselves with the subject and come to realize that there are a variety of explanations for UFO phenomena, many of which do not get considered at length, if at all. Additionally, this is also crucial because many individuals still continue to experience the phenomena in a variety of ways, and yet there aren’t any official channels to seek help from.
In Dolan’s own words:
“Whether or not you consider UFOs to be nonsense or of great importance, people are seeing things that are affecting them deeply. Because there are no institutional structures for them to report or discuss what they see, they often keep silent, and try to forget or only secretly cherish one of the most incredible experiences of their lives.”
Dolan, however, doesn’t shy away from the fact that this is a very serious issue. While ruminating deeply upon it, he ponders reasons both pro and con that will help bring lucidity to a situation often bathed in shadows. In fact, implications in the fields of economy, politics, religion, culture and science are given a cursory overview early on, and then are covered at length later in the book. Dolan doesn’t merely stop there, though.
Journeying back in time, Dolan goes on to explore this phenomenon all the way back into ancient times and attempts to separate the wheat from the chaff. This is important because it shows UFOs aren’t merely a modern phenomena. In addition, salient subjects such as pyramids, lost civilizations, and ancient images goes to show that there probably is more than meets the eye within this field.
Interestingly, we know that some pyramids contain astronomical data. This is particularly interesting because when this information is taken in conjunction with much of the lore and myths that abound those structures, and the fact that there’s hundreds of pyramids around the globe, and the fact that many of the core of the myths echoes nigh carbon copy traditions, it should bring one pause. Granted, it’s not proof, but very suggestive evidence nonetheless.
What’s more, some ancient writings seem to have what could be descriptions of ancient technology, such as the passage from Ezekiel, from the Bible, which Josef Blumrich, former NASA employee, sought to debunk.
Ironically, in the book The Spaceships of Ezekiel:
“Blumrich presented technical specifications of the spacecraft that he argued, fit Ezekiel’s description perfectly. Of course, we should remember that Ezekiel presumably was describing something well beyond his experience for his time 2,500 years ago. If he did see a descending spacecraft, he would have lacked the language or technological understanding to describe it in any way other than he did.”
Later in the book, Dolan brings the reader up to more modern times when he examines a distinct array of sightings and issues from the time. These include ghost rockets, the Airship mysteries, which are rather fascinating in fact, the Minot case, the Malmstrom case, airspace violations and more. Subsequent to that that, Dolan grapples with the issue of pervasive secrecy which he ruminates upon at length, and all that that entailed. Many of the classics – Kecksburg, Aztec, Roswell – are also given a cursory glance.
But it doesn’t stop there. Other significant incidents of “High Strangeness” get examined, such as some famous sightings around the globe, encounters with these beings, abductions [i.e. Travis Walton & Betty & Barney Hill] and even some crash retrievals. All of this coalesces to allow the reader to note that there’s more than ample evidence to show that the phenomena not only existed for many decades, but was taken extremely seriously by those in the upper echelons of society.
Dolan also makes sure to hone in on quite of few aspects of the early period within UFOlogy’s history. Here he covers everything from the blatant cover that took place behind the scenes, FOIA requests, the penetration of UFO groups by intelligence agencies and even touches upon the need for more people to get involved in a more serious manner.
This call to arms isn’t to be taken lightly because, as Dolan intimates:
“…a proper study of UFOs is a revolutionary experience. It shatters old belief systems and forces us to look at our world in a completely new way. Everything is affected: history, politics, economics, science, religion, culture, and our ultimate vision of who and what we are as human beings.”
This subject seeps into all aspects of life, which is why it should be taken seriously. When all collated information Dolan has amassed is pondered at length and given a fair shot, it is impossible not see something is going on. Deeper truths lie locked-up within the rabbit holes of the field. Undoubtedly, whenever some of these truths arise they will change the face of the world over night. Those that are researching this field will be ahead of the pack in understanding the phenomenon and much of the disinformation that will also come regarding it, in the future. That is another point to consider why this book should be read.
This subject is too important to overlook, and if humanity is ever going to prepare itself to live in a post-disclosure era, it is important to know the history of this subject and its implications. If you’ve never read a book on this subject in your life, make this your first one. You will not regret it. As someone whose read over three dozen books on the subject, nothing else comes close to be this comprehensive while also being sober and realistic. Simply stated, if you want a book that is accessible to lay person, but also stimulating enough to get your brain cells churning, get this book.
 Richard Dolan, UFOs For The 21st Century Mind, p. 9
 Ibid., p. 55.
 Ibid., p. 2.
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