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Any good books or websites that categorize UFOs or aliens?
May 3, 2020
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It seems to me that the most obvious, serious, starting point of ufology would be to group UFOs and aliens into categories. I've found a few online videos and websites about types of aliens, but they aren't very good, and similar sites about UFO categories are lousy, as far as I've seen. Does anybody know of a good book or website that shows such categories?

May 11, 2020
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I don't know. You could watch joe rogans podcast with Bob lazaar and Elon musk. They are awesome.

May 11, 2020
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Dustin said
I don't know. You could watch joe rogans podcast with Bob lazaar and Elon musk. They are awesome.

  

Thanks, but I've already seen that one. I agree, it's very good.

As for aliens, what I'd like is a site or book that has a collection of what is known about them, especially per species, what they look like, where they're from, what they want, ideally which types of UFOs are associated with them, and references as to who is claiming what, and how many people have made that claim, in case one of the people supplying the hearsay turns out to be a fraud.

Some sites I've found like that are:

(1)

https://proofofalien.com/top-1.....-on-earth/

but has no references

(2) 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.....ial_beings

but very limited and has no pictures

(3)

http://www.the13thfloor.tv/201.....-invasion/

better, but a very limited subset of the types claimed to exist

(4)

https://www.gaia.com/article/w.....en-are-you

much better, and has a list of abductees, but no references as to where the info came from

As for types of UFOs, I've had similar disappointments in finding good summaries anywhere. I suppose I'm going to have to make such a list myself. Frown

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