Skinwalkers at the Pentagon unmasks the massive scope of the Pentagon’s landmark UFO study that ran from the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C. The Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program, or AAWSAP investigated the “Tic Tac” and other “nuts and bolts” UFO events, analyzed intrusions of UFOs onto US military bases, as well as probed the plethora of bizarre phenomena that government investigators encountered on Skinwalker Ranch.
Written by two program insiders and a respected journalist, Skinwalkers at the Pentagon comes to a conclusion that has never before been revealed!
Encountering UFOs often led to the “attachment” of strange phenomena to military personnel who visited the Ranch and brought “something” home to their families, resulting in frightening eruptions of paranormal events in their households that terrorized and sometimes injured their children.
By the end of the two-year program, more than 100 separate technical reports, some of which ran to hundreds of pages, were delivered to the Defense Intelligence Agency. Among them was a 149-page report on the Soviet (and now Russian) UAP investigation/analysis capability. Another details the design and build of a functional prototype for an autonomous Unidentified Aerial Phenomena surveillance platform.
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"Skinwalkers at the Pentagon provides a full picture of the purview of and accomplishments achieved by the AAWSAP program. Readers will be amazed, enthralled, and I hope that interest in studying UAPs and related phenomena will be increased".
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid
"Read the Book. Read carefully between its lines. Study the numerous references. Order the ones you don't already have. Be prepared to not put the book down before finishing. If you can, thank the authors".
Christopher C. Green MD, PhD
Fellow American Academy of Forensic Sciences
Lifetime Associate National Academies of Science, National Research Council
This book is a game-changer, of immense import and influence on the future of the conversation. First, the sheer detail and "in your face" accounts of AAWSAP's engagement with the military and intelligence communities is without peer or precedent. I have never read anything like this. But the real gift of the book is its unflinching insistence on both the technological/scientific/material aspects and the paranormal/experiential/mental aspects of the UFO phenomenon. I was also deeply heartened to see a distinction drawn between the phenomenon's threat to human health (the discussion of the immunological and hematological features of the human body as a "readout system" is amazing) and its possible threat to humans. I personally doubt very much that the UAP is a threat to the species or to humans in general, although I fully recognize that it often harms individuals. But so, please note, does "the sacred" as energetic and often terrifying presence in the environment, and always has. In the end, I think what is so powerful about all of this is that the phenomenon does not follow our neat split between the material (as real) and the mental (as unreal). It appears as both and so violates our most basic of mind-matter divisions. We cannot handle that, because our entire civilization is dependent on assuming the same split. This is exactly what I find so intellectually delicious: the anomalous as sign of a new "flipped" worldview.
Jeffrey J. Kripal Ph.D., author of The Superhumanities: Historical Precedents, Moral Objections, New Realities (2022)
Skinwalkers at the Pentagon is the first book to authoritatively disclose the true depth of interest that the U.S. intelligence community has taken in the UFO/UAP phenomenon, and related phenomena ranging from high-strangeness events to abduction claims. Written by the creator of the Defense Intelligence Agency's Advanced Aerospace Weapons Systems program, James T. Lacatski with Colm Kelleher of Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies, and journalist and long-time broadcaster George Knapp, the book covers not only efforts to understand UAP technology, but also the efforts that have been made to recognize and understand the often dramatic and life-changing psychic effects that close encounters have on witnesses. Because of the programs and studies that it discloses, it shows that the government has taken a deep interest not only in UAPs, but in the people affected by them, and lends much-needed credibility to the accounts of these witnesses, and points to their importance. This is a first, and makes Skinwalkers at the Pentagon among the most important books on the subject ever published, quite possibly the most important.
Whitley Strieber, author of Communion and A New World