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This is the ultimate field guide to the 82 extraterrestrial species that populate the universe. ET enthusiast Craig Campobasso explores the origins, physical characteristics, technological and consciousness abilities, dimensional capacities, belief systems, and cosmic agendas of each species. 

The species fall into two categories: 1) benevolent races, which function as the guardians of humanity, whose goals include protecting people, helping people overcome duality, and healing them; and 2) malevolent races, which are responsible for abductions, cloning, and domination. 

This intergalactic exposé will entertain all those interested in UFOs, aliens, and ETs. Sci-fi and fantasy fans of universes such as Marvel, Star Trek, Star Wars, and Roswell are prime targets for this book that delves deep into who the real extraterrestrials are and what they want with the people of Earth. 

PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

©2021 Craig Campobasso (P)2021 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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complete nonsense

sounds like the recording of a ufo-enthusiast hippie's fever dreams. complete nonsense and useless if you're interested in actual ET/UFO content

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Great book

I enjoyed this audiobook along with the included PDF files. I would highly recommend this book. Thanks

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Not impressed with the movie maker....

Based on other books, There are several details that could have been added. As the person who was involved in making the movie about Valent Thor, I am questioning whether his coverage of that story has any basis in truth at all. The Moviemaker needs to do more research. this subject already has a lot of problems with the establishment of facts. This book does not help with the fact that there are very few facts concerning this subject.

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Expanding Beliefs but Very Brideled

One must enter this book with an open mind for the potential of diversity in Extraterrestrial life.

While this book attempts to classify and describe different types of Extraterrestrial beings many of them eventually started sounding the same as one another by ALL having the same attributes of conscious ascension and love for humanity. This book also makes MANY references to ONE similar cosmic belief held by perhaps 75 percent of the EXTRATERRESTRIAL entities discussed, this book failed to describe what is the composition or foundation of that ONE cosmic belief.

There were very VAGUE references to the association of the Extraterrestrial beings described and past Ancient historical societies like the Aztecs or Egyptians so Ancient Astronaut fans will not find much of that in this book.

I am a fan of Extraterrestrial possibilities however I have to admit there's the potential for more realism in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and a talking Racoon than the allegations of the existence of the Extraterrestrial beings discussed in this book.

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Mindcrushing

Simply put, that explains alot. My mind is blown ......so check back when I land.

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I had a Few issues and stopped

Here are my issues. (I didn't get very far)

Altairian Race
- They are reptilian and do not "look just like humans". They also have a hive mind.

Andromedans
- They do "look like blue humans without hair", but they are light beings. Also, Andromeda is a galaxy we have named. It isn't a planet. Yet they have a city called Beta Andromeda? Also, he says there are 12 elders, 6 female and 6 male. Yet there are 3 sexes and the 3rd is not represented at all? Doesn't sound very "advanced".

Angelic Core
- Complete fiction, even in the UFO community. It is accepted that they are light beings, not genetically altered humans to represent our creator. Where are the sources?

I have returned it. Waste of time.

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A great resource for anyone interested in ETs

A great resource for anyone who would like to better understand the plethora of Extra Dimensionals, their good/bad orientations and how they might influence Earth going forwards.

It's obvious this was the culmination of extensive research and maybe even the authors psychic abilities to access the level of information he did.

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Not great in the Audible format

I would rather have a book for this title. I need the illustrations/photos! Otherwise a worthy endeavor.

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Fascinating

What's crazy is there are so many things mentioned that explain little bits of info I've heard over the years. Things you've heard/read about along your fascination with UFO's and aliens, are tied into this book. Things you didn't expect, things that "make sense now". I definitely recommend this book. It's mind bending, the diversity of life in our universe.

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awesome information rang true to me.

just honestly feels more true to me than anything that we've ever been taught we've been kept in the dark for a very very long time and I have known this most of my life this book just gives information is to how diverse you know culture and civilizations are outside of here and I long for our reunion with our star brothers and sisters and hope that it happens within my lifetime I truly believe that I am a star seed.

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absolute Drivel

nope couldn't get much past chapter 3 and I really tried, its nonsense don't waste your time.

no Factual or evidential material whatsoever just supposition and fantasist ramblings.