A lonely odyssey culminates in a town full of mystery and secrets. Ghosts from the past, and premonitions of the future, emerge in the face of questions without answers. Spiraling twists and turns keep the pages turniing, all while pulling the reader to the edge of reality and beyond.
An exhaustive exploration of the mysterious connection between owls and UFOs, in ancient myths and the present day contact experiences.
This is also a an odyssey of self-discovery as the author grapples with his own encounters. What plays out is a story of transformation with the owl at the heart of this journey.
A further exploration into the connection between owls and UFOs, both symbolic and literal. This book reads like a collection of short stories, with each chapter telling a deeply personal story. The ancient folklore of the owl is still with us—and it's still changing people's lives.
I wrote about the most difficult time of my life as it was happening, and posted it on a blog. I’d been confronted with a chain of strange events that all pointed to one thing, and I was forced to ask myself, “Am I a UFO abductee?”
I started writing ten years ago as an attempt to answer that question.
It’s a wonderful book… because it's a book that advances us in consciousness—it advances us—it takes us from where we were before we started reading it to a new place in terms of understanding the close encounter experience. I can name, just on the fingers of one hand, the number of books that actually do that.
—Whitley Strieber, author of Communion
I get a strong sense that Mike Clelland was guided to write this by the UFO intelligences and I think the reader will get that. This is the first time I have seen this level of both a book and its author being inextricably linked to the phenomenon itself since Strieber and Communion. Communion was clearly more than just a book; I believe the phenomenon intended it to be written, published, and read on a large scale. I think Mike’s book is another example of this.
—Nick Redfern, author of Men In Black