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Peter Brookesmith, 1946 age 78 years

Ricardo CAMPO PÉREZ, Encuesta: A 60 años del Caso Arnold, Cuadernos de ufologia 3a Epoca N. 32, 2007 pp. 149-202

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Peter BROOKESMITH, Screen Memories. As Peter Rogerson recently pointed out, radar visuals form one of the last redoubts for promoters of the ETH. This piece takes two accounts of one radar-visual case that prove only how idle are some ufologists minds pp.7-9
MAGONIA
N. 50 September 1994
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Clear the bar, and someone hold the coats ... It's round three in the Brookesmith-Randles slugfest!. Dark and lonely work pp.12-14
MAGONIA
N. 52 May 1995
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Holy Violence (part One). Communion cups and crashed saucers UFO lore, theophany, idolatry, masochism and the myth of the crashed flying saucer pp.3-10
MAGONIA
N. 54 November 1995
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Communion cups and crashed saucers Part Two. The Godlings Descend. In Iudalsm, Christianity and Islam, God may represent the overwhelming power of lovlngklndness, but he Is also the primordial creative force, the prlmum mobile, and the control ler of all things. And so - as the canonical texts make plain - God Is also the source and ultimate embodiment of all evil. In the second part of this series, PETER BROOKESMITH shows how the ambiguities of the omniscient Master of the Universe are reflected In UFO lore pp.10-15
MAGONIA
N. 56 June 1996
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Of Martian Cats, Purple Hieroglyphs, & Tales Told In Winter. Folklore, Ufology, Culture and Knowledge: A Skeletal Survey pp.6-8
The Canadian Ufologist
Vol 4 No 2 May-June 1997
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Plague of Aliens: Visionary Rumour As Contemporary And Costume Drama. The current expression of conspiracy beliefs in ufology operates at two levels. The overarching theme is an essential conviction that those in power are in some way colluding with alien visitors - whether through secret treaties or simply by exploiting recovered alien technology - to the detriment of humanity. Specific 'evidence' of dark deeds and darker intentions on the port of government - such as threatening visits by block helicopters, the USAF's stance on the Roswell affair, and the refusal of Juan Perez do Cuello to admit he was once abducted wearing blue pyjamas - spangles a backcloth of improbable allegations that is part ufological rumour, part political nightmare. pp.2-7
MAGONIA
N. 60 August 1997
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Ipotesi di lavoro: Gatti marziani, geroglifici e fiabe. Un approccio schematico al problema delle connessioni tra folklore, ufologia, cultura popolare e conoscenza pp.26-29 (http://ufoupdateslist.com/1997/aug/m10-011.shtml OF MARTIAN CATS, PURPLE HIEROGLYPHS, AND TALES TOLD IN WINTER Folklore, Ufology, Culture and Knowledge: A Skeletal Survey)
UFO Forum
N. 8 Ottobre 1997
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946) ; Verdi, Giuseppe
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Communion cups and crashed saucers part 3. Meanwhile, back at the ranch. Grey aliens move in mysterious ways. The argument in this series has been that they been more than a coincidental resemblance to certain rarely advertised aspects of the Semitic God. In the final part of his diagnosis, further explores how this is so, and discovers some startling parallels between the legends of crashed UFOs and the imagery of a powerful Christian myth. pp.3-10
MAGONIA
N. 63 May 1998
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Betty Hill: La abuela de todos los abducidos pp.14-18 (FORTEAN TIMES N. 110 May/1998 Grey Matter, pp. 34-37)
La Nave de los Locos
Año 2 No 13 Enero 2002
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946) ; González Manso, Luis R. (1958)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, The History Man: Wittgenstein's Lion and the Stories of Roswell. Better-bred readers may have wondered why it has become compulsory to mention the name of a little-known American from Minnesota in every issue of this illustrious organ. Here, perhaps - or perhaps not - is a partial explanation, in an industrious musing by His Grace, the Duke of Mendoza pp.3-8
MAGONIA
N. 83 December 2003
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Forgive Us Our Trespasses. Peter Brookesmith considers the diplomatic aspects of the Rendlesham 'cover-up' pp.34-39
The Skeptic
Vol 17 No 2-3. 2004
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Peter BROOKESMITH, Book Reviews: . Dubbed by some academics 'unofficial history', the base material of folk stories is neither necessarily true nor necessarily untrue. The narratives tend to dramatize emotions rather than be forensically picky as to facts p.19 (The Shooter's Journal [No 48, Summer 2004)
MAGONIA
N. 86 November 2004
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
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Karl T. PFLOCK, Peter BROOKESMITH, Being There
Peter BROOKESMITH, Chapter Five: Of Time and the River
Authors: Karl T. PFLOCK, Peter BROOKESMITH (eds.)
Title: ENCOUNTERS AT INDIAN HEAD The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Abduction Revisited
Publisher: Anomalist Books, San Antonio 2007
Name: Pflock, Karl T. (1943 - 2006) ; Brookesmith, Peter (1946) ; Bullard, Thomas Eddie (1949) ; Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011) ; Kottmeyer, Martin S. (1953) ; Sheaffer, Robert (1949) ; Stacy, Dennis ; Truzzi, Marcello (1935 - 2003) ; Webb, Walter N. (1934)
Language:English
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Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 50 September 1994

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Desmond O'CONNORDesmond O'Connor Column 2

Martin KOTTMEYERAlienating Fancies
In part one of this article, MARTIN KOTTMEYER looked at the development of the belief in "influencing machines" controlling human behaviour as expressed in the early literature of ufology and the extraterrestrial mythos. Here he continues his review to examine the theme in the work of contemporary writers
3-6

Peter BROOKESMITHScreen Memories
As Peter Rogerson recently pointed out, radar visuals form one of the last redoubts for promoters of the ETH. This piece takes two accounts of one radar-visual case that prove only how idle are some ufologists minds
7-9

Peter ROGERSONNotes Towards a Revisionist History of Abductions
Recovering the forgotten records
Peter Rogerson uncovers some cases which have been written out of the official abduction account, and finds the throw a great deal of light on how the phenomenon has evolved (Part 4)
10-13

Letters
Mail Ralph NOYES14
Mail Paul DEVEREUX14

25 Years Ago14

Books extra
John HARNEYSTEIN, Gordon. The Sorcerer of Kings: The Case of Daniel Dunglass Home and William Crookes. Buffalo, New York, Prometheus Book, 199315
Peter ROGERSONRaymond E. FOWLER, THE ALLAGASH ABDUCTIONS 15
Review: Raymond E. FOWLER,THE ALLAGASH ABDUCTIONS - 1993
PRGeorge C. ANDREWS, EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL FRIENDS AND FOES 15
Review: George C. ANDREWS,EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL FRIENDS AND FOES - 1993
C. D. ALLANKevin D. RANDLE, Ronald R. SCHMITT, THE TRUTH ABOUT THE UFO CRASH AT ROSWELL 16
Review: Kevin D. RANDLE, Ronald R. SCHMITT,THE TRUTH ABOUT THE UFO CRASH AT ROSWELL - 1994
John RIMMERFELDMAN, Marc D. and FORD, Charles V. Patient or Pretender: inside the strange world of factitious disorders. Wiley, 1994.16
John HARNEYSteuart CAMPBELL, THE UFO MYSTERY SOLVED 17
Review: Steuart CAMPBELL,THE UFO MYSTERY SOLVED - 1994
Nigel WATSONRima E. LAIBOW, Robert N. SOLLOD, John P. WILSON, ANOMALOUS EXPERIENCES AND TRAUMA: Current Theoretical, Reserch and Clinical Perspectives 18
Review: Rima E. LAIBOW, Robert N. SOLLOD, John P. WILSON,ANOMALOUS EXPERIENCES AND TRAUMA: Current Theoretical, Reserch and Clinical Perspectives - 1992
Peter ROGERSONSAKHEIM, Daniel K. and DEVINE, Susan E. (Eds.) Out of Darkness: exploring Satanism and ritual abuse. Lexington Books, 199218
Peter ROGERSONVICTOR, Jeffrey S. Satanic Panic: the creation of a contemporary legend. Open Court Publishing Co., Chicago. 199318
Paul SCREETONPatrick HARPUR, DAIMONIC REALITY: A FIELD GUIDE TO THE OTHERWORLD 19
Review: Patrick HARPUR,DAIMONIC REALITY: A FIELD GUIDE TO THE OTHERWORLD - 1995
Neil NIXONLabyrinth Videos. UFO Secrets of the Third Reich19

Hold the back page
Schwartzfahrer20
Permanent Revolution20
A Streetcar Named... ?20
Dead Zeppelin20


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 52 May 1995

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Peter ROGERSONNorthern echoes2-3

Matthew J. GRAEBERGodships
Several UFO researchers have discovered the remarkable similarities betwee today's UFO experiences and Biblical accounts involving visions and miracles, and simultaneous observations of unusual aerial phenomena. Ezekiel's encounter with a mysterious flying wheel is a classic example of one such event - as is the appearance of the great pillar of cloud that led Moses and his followers during the time of their flight from Egypt.
3-8

Willy SMITHAbduction absurdities
Dr Willy Smith discusses John Mack's new book with a passing Devil's Advocate
9-11

Peter BROOKESMITHClear the bar, and someone hold the coats ... It's round three in the Brookesmith-Randles slugfest!
Dark and lonely work
12-14
Clas SVAHNClas Svahn, chairman of UFO-Sweden, comments on Peter Brookesmith's original article14

Letters
Mail Daniel COHEN15-16
Mail Luis R. GONZÁLEZ MANSO16
Mail Christopher ALLAN16
Mail Steuart CAMPBELL16


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 54 November 1995

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Northern echoes
Peter ROGERSONAbduction Updates 2+10

Peter BROOKESMITHHoly Violence (part One)
Communion cups and crashed saucers UFO lore, theophany, idolatry, masochism and the myth of the crashed flying saucer
3-10
THE UFO SYNDROME5
AMERICAN GNOSTICISM6

Martin KOTTMEYERGill again
The Father Gill Case Reconsidered
11-14

Book Reviews
Peter ROGERSONJames R. LEWIS (ed.), THE GODS HAVE LANDED 15
Review: James R. LEWIS (ed.),THE GODS HAVE LANDED - 1994
Peter ROGERSONJames McClenon. Wondrous Events: foundations of religious belief. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995.15
Peter ROGERSONC.D.B. BRYAN, CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE FOURTH KIND 15-16
Review: C.D.B. BRYAN,CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE FOURTH KIND - 1995
Peter ROGERSONDavid BARCLAY, ALIENS: THE FINAL ANSWER? 16
Review: David BARCLAY,ALIENS: THE FINAL ANSWER? - 1995
Peter ROGERSONRupert Sheldrake. Seven Experiments that Could change the World; a do-it-yourself guide to revolutionary science. Fourth Estate, 199516
Peter ROGERSONLeah A. HALEY, LOST WAS THE KEY 16
Review: Leah A. HALEY,LOST WAS THE KEY - 1993
Peter ROGERSONKen ROGERS, THE WARMINSTER TRIANGLE - Astounding UFO and Crop Circle Sightings 16
Review: Ken ROGERS,THE WARMINSTER TRIANGLE - Astounding UFO and Crop Circle Sightings - 1994
Peter ROGERSONWilliam Allen HARBINSON, PROJEKT UFO: The Case for Man-made Flying Saucers 16
Review: William Allen HARBINSON,PROJEKT UFO: The Case for Man-made Flying Saucers - 1995
Peter ROGERSONDavid Weeks and James Joyce. Eccentrics. Weidenfetd and Nicholson, 199516
Peter ROGERSONKevin D. RANDLE, A HISTORY OF UFO CRASHES , Kevin D. RANDLE, ROSWELL UFO CRASH UPDATE 17
Review: Kevin D. RANDLE,ROSWELL UFO CRASH UPDATE - 1995, Kevin D. RANDLE,A HISTORY OF UFO CRASHES - 1995

Four theories and a strange coincidence 17

Book Reviews
Peter ROGERSONKen Anderson. Hitler and the Occult, Prometheus Books,199518

Letters
Mail Paul SIEVEKING18

Nigel WATSONBack page commentary
Invasion of the Barbarian Monsters from Heaven and Hell
20+19


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 56 June 1996

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Peter ROGERSONNorthern echoes2

Peter BURGEROrgan Snatchers
For almost ten years a horrible story has haunted the world's media: in Latin America children are robbed of their kidneys and corneas for the benefit of wealthy Americans. On closer examination these horror stories turn out to be based on rumours and legends. Organ-napping: the contemporary version of an age-old and universally known legend.
3-7+23

Michael GOSSRemembering Roger 8-9
Peter ROGERSONRemembering Roger9

Peter BROOKESMITHCommunion cups and crashed saucers Part Two
The Godlings Descend
In Iudalsm, Christianity and Islam, God may represent the overwhelming power of lovlngklndness, but he Is also the primordial creative force, the prlmum mobile, and the control ler of all things. And so - as the canonical texts make plain - God Is also the source and ultimate embodiment of all evil. In the second part of this series, PETER BROOKESMITH shows how the ambiguities of the omniscient Master of the Universe are reflected In UFO lore
10-15

THE ETH DEMANDS A MIRACLE 15

John HARNEYAfter reading some of their recent publications JOHN HARNEY finds he is becoming
Sceptical About the Sceptics
16-17
Link:
MAGONIA N. 57 September/1996 -

Letters
Mail David SIVIER18
Link:
MAGONIA N. 55 March/1996 - Bogeymen [Mcclure, Kevin]
Mail Matthew J. GRAEBER18-19
Link:
MAGONIA N. 55 March/1996 - Bogeymen [Mcclure, Kevin]
Mail Christopher ALLEN18-19
Mail Jenny RANDLES18-19
Link:
MAGONIA N. 55 March/1996 - Bogeymen [Mcclure, Kevin]
Mail 19

Book Reviews
John HARNEYDuncan Steel. Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets. John Wiley & Sons, 199520
Peter ROGERSONColin A. Ross, Satanic Ritual Abuse: principles of treatment. University of Toronto Press, 1995.20-21
Peter ROGERSONAbduction Review Round-Up21-22
Review: Elsie OAKENSEN,ONE STEP BEYOND - 1996, Walter N. WEBB,ENCOUNTER AT BUFF LEDGE - 1995, Karla TURNER,TAKEN - 1994, Katharina WILSON,THE ALIEN JIGSAW - 1993, Debbie JORDAN, Kathy MITCHELL,ABDUCTED! - 1994
P.R.lan Wilson, In Search of Ghosts. Headline, 199522
P.R.Jane GOLDMAN, THE X-FILES BOOK OF THE UNEXPLAINED - volume one 22
Review: Jane GOLDMAN,THE X-FILES BOOK OF THE UNEXPLAINED - volume one - 1995
P.R.Paul David PURSGLOVE (ed.), ZEN IN THE ART OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: CRAZY WISDOM AND UFOS 22
Review: Paul David PURSGLOVE (ed.),ZEN IN THE ART OF CLOSE ENCOUNTERS: CRAZY WISDOM AND UFOS - 1995
P.R.Edward ASHPOLE, THE UFO PHENOMENA 22
Review: Edward ASHPOLE,THE UFO PHENOMENA - 1995
P.R.John SPENCER, Anne SPENCER, THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST MYSTERIES , Jenny RANDLES, Peter HOUGH, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE UNEXPLAINED , David RITCHIE, UFO: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND RELATED PHENOMENA , James RANDI, The Supernatural A-Z 23
Review: James RANDI,The Supernatural A-Z - 1995, John SPENCER, Anne SPENCER,THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST MYSTERIES - 1995, Jenny RANDLES, Peter HOUGH,ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE UNEXPLAINED - 1995, David RITCHIE,UFO: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND RELATED PHENOMENA - 1994

Hold the back page
25 Years Ago24
More Cat Flaps24
Dress Nonsense24


Image not available The Canadian Ufologist

Vol 4 No 2 May-June 1997
The Mutual UFO Network of Ontario, Toronto

Editor: Errol BRUCE-KNAPP, Sue KOVIOS
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Drew WILLIAMSONUnique Speaker Exchange 1

FROM THE EDITORS... 2

MUFON Ontario Board Changes 2

Hugh F. COCHRANEThe Enigma Continues 4-6

Peter BROOKESMITHOf Martian Cats, Purple Hieroglyphs, & Tales Told In Winter
Folklore, Ufology, Culture and Knowledge: A Skeletal Survey
6-8
Also printed UFO Forum N. 8 Ottobre/1997 - Gatti marziani, geroglifici e fiabe [Brookesmith, Peter],

Balaskas. NikolaosA UFO Skeptic Speak At MUFON Ontario Meeting 9+16
(From: Ontario Skeptics Newsletter )

Chris A. RUTKOWSKIThe 1996 CANADIAN UFO Survey: An Analysis Of UFO Reports In Canada
(Part 2)
10-13

From Foley's Library..
Clay FOLEYCOFFEE TABLE UFOLOGY13-15

Dorothy LEWISSarnia "Cigar" UFO
Sunday April 20, 1997
16

Joe DANIELSOttowa UFO Report
Tuesday, June 17, 1997
16


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 60 August 1997

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
JRAn organised distortion of memory

Peter BROOKESMITHPlague of Aliens: Visionary Rumour As Contemporary And Costume Drama
The current expression of conspiracy beliefs in ufology operates at two levels. The overarching theme is an essential conviction that those in power are in some way colluding with alien visitors - whether through secret treaties or simply by exploiting recovered alien technology - to the detriment of humanity. Specific 'evidence' of dark deeds and darker intentions on the port of government - such as threatening visits by block helicopters, the USAF's stance on the Roswell affair, and the refusal of Juan Perez do Cuello to admit he was once abducted wearing blue pyjamas - spangles a backcloth of improbable allegations that is part ufological rumour, part political nightmare.
2-7

Peter ROGERSONDeep Secrets
Shortly before his untimely death our colleague Roger Sandell had planned to write a major article on the growing influence of conspiracy theories and fusion paranoia. If anything, since his death conspiracy theories have come in even further from their ancient home on the wilder shores of politics, into the cultural mainstream. They form the core of such cult television series as The X-Files and Dark Skies, to say nothing of the numerous commercial spin-offs. Recent issues of both Fortean Times and Big Issue, the magazine sold by the homeless, have features articles 'proving' that the Apollo moon landings were faked.
8-10

Mark PILKINGTONOn Track with British Rael
It’s not every day that you’re given the chance to meet an extraterrestrial ambassador, but that’s what the colourful British Raelian Foundation posters were offering early last April. The Rael Foundation was founded in 1973 by French motor-racing journalist Claude Vorlihon (now Rael) and claims to be the largest UFO organisation in the world, with 35,000 members in 85 countries. So it was with a reasonably open mind and a hopeful heart that myself and two friends made our way to the tacky Bayswater hotel lounge where this remarkable opportunity was due to take place. Things got strange as soon as I entered the toilets, where the pop superstar Prince was applying foundation to h is cheeks whilst chatting to a female assistant. I soon established that this couldn't really be Prince because he's famously always surrounded by bodyguards. So I assumed that there must be a party going on in another part of the hotel; it was, after all, a Saturday afternoon. And I was right, but I didn't know that I too was going to be thereritish-rael.html
11-13

25 Years Ago14

Letters
Mail David SAVIER14

Book Reviews
PRJohn and Anne Spencer, The Poltergeist Phenomenon: an investigation into psychic disturbance.Headline, 1996. Philip Stander and Paul Schmoling, Poltergeist and the Paranormal: fact beyond fiction, Llewellyn, 199615-16
PRRichard Haymman. Riddle in Stone: myths, archaeology and the ancient Britons. Hambledon Press16
PRRaymond E. FOWLER, THE WATCHERS II 16
Review: Raymond E. FOWLER,THE WATCHERS II - 1995
JHErich von DÄNIKEN, THE RETURN OF THE GODS. Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations 16
Review: Erich von DÄNIKEN,THE RETURN OF THE GODS. Evidence of Extraterrestrial Visitations - 1997
JHRobert BAKER, HIDDEN MEMORIES 17
Review: Robert BAKER,HIDDEN MEMORIES - 1992
JHTerry le Riche Walters. Who on Earth am i? Psychic, Aliens and Paranormal Experiences. Amora Ringwood 199717
MPJanet BORD, FAIRIES - Real Encounters with Little People 17
Review: Janet BORD,FAIRIES - Real Encounters with Little People - 1997
JRHilary EVANS, Dennis STACY (eds.), UFO 1947-1997: FIFTY YEARS OF FLYING SAUCERS 18
Review: Hilary EVANS, Dennis STACY (eds.),UFO 1947-1997: FIFTY YEARS OF FLYING SAUCERS - 1997
JRSteve MOORE (ed.), FORTEAN STUDIES - Volume 3 18
Review: Steve MOORE (ed.),FORTEAN STUDIES - Volume 3 - 1996
PRKendrick FRAZIER, Barry KARR, Joe NICKELL (eds.), THE UFO INVASION 18
Review: Kendrick FRAZIER, Barry KARR, Joe NICKELL (eds.),THE UFO INVASION - 1997
PRJenny RANDLES, ALIEN CONTACT: THE FIRST 50 YEARS 18
Review: Jenny RANDLES,ALIEN CONTACT: THE FIRST 50 YEARS - 1997
GJMGraham Harvey. Listening People, Speaking Earth: contemporary paganism. C Hurst & co., 199719
GJMCassandra Eason. Miracles: a collection of true stories which prove that miracles do happen. Piatkus, 199719
GJMDiane Purkiss. The Witch in History: Early Modern and Twentieth-Century Representations. Reutledge, 199619

Hold the back page
Budd Flite20
While the Cat's Away20
Post Trauma20


Image not available UFO Forum
Rassegna aperiodica di studi e dibattiti a cura del Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici
N. 8 Ottobre 1997
CISU, Torino

Editor: Giuseppe VERDI
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946); Verdi, Giuseppe
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editoriale
Giuseppe VERDI"UFO Forum", un 1998 pieno di novità3

Un passo indietro
Marco ORLANDIOpinioni in libertà sull'ultimo numero di UFO Forum4-6

Ufologologia
Sveva STALLONEUfologia al femminile
Brevi riflessioni di un raro esemplare di "donna ufologo" sul tema "come (non) farsi affascinare all'ufologia..."
7-8

G.V."Sondaggio" bibliografico: qualche dato 8

Opinioni a confronto
Enzo DE ANGELIS, Mauro DE LUCADe Angelis-De Luca: "pillole" pesanti...9-10
Giuseppe VERDIIntervista a Maurizio Verga10-14
Nico SGARLATONico Sgarlato: risposte alle "provocazioni"14-15
I complimenti di Massimiliano Loi15
Scusa, Roberto!15

Retrospettive
Claude MAUGÉRiflessioni sul passato dell'ufologia
Un elenco preliminare dei "classici" UFO/IFO
Redigere un elenco dei casi UFO-IFO "classici": criteri di selezione e finalità secondo Claude Maugé
16-19+21
(From: ACTES DES "RENCONTRES DE LYON" SUR LE PHÉNOMÈNE OVNI, 2-3-4 avril 1988, Lyon * France /1988 Une liste préliminaire des observations "classiques" d'OVNI, pp. 37-54 )
G.V.I casi "classici" italiani dell'elenco19
G.V.Uno sguardo più approfondito ai "super-classici"20
Michel FIGUETCome individuare i casi "solidi"?
Una proposta metodologica di Michel Figuet per selezionare i casi maggiormente "affidabili"
21-25
(From: FIRST EUROPEAN CONGRESS ON ANOMALOUS AERIAL PHENOMENA: PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS - Brussels (Belgium), 11-13 November 1988 /1988 Criteria for selecting the hardest cases and other recent works on French and Belgian sighting catalogues, pp. 43-52 )
(Reprint UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica N. 24 Dicembre/2001 Come individuare i casi "solidi" - Una proposta metodologica, pp. 30)

Ipotesi di lavoro
Peter BROOKESMITHGatti marziani, geroglifici e fiabe
Un approccio schematico al problema delle connessioni tra folklore, ufologia, cultura popolare e conoscenza
26-29
(From: http://ufoupdateslist.com/1997/aug/m10-011.shtml OF MARTIAN CATS, PURPLE HIEROGLYPHS, AND TALES TOLD IN WINTER Folklore, Ufology, Culture and Knowledge: A Skeletal Survey Translated by Giuseppe VERDI)
Also printed The Canadian Ufologist Vol 4 No 2 May-June/1997 - Of Martian Cats, Purple Hieroglyphs, & Tales Told In Winter [Brookesmith, Peter],

CISU telematico
Un volto alieno nel libro di Jung?
Da Canada a Stati Uniti, una cavalcata in libertà tra alieni, pittura surrealista e tradizione magica occidentale
30-33
(Translated by Giuseppe VERDI)

I primordi
Giuseppe STILONote di aggionamento sull'Operazione Origini
Quando i nazisti sparavano agli UFO
34-39


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 63 May 1998

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Peter ROGERSONNorthern echoes2

Peter BROOKESMITHCommunion cups and crashed saucers part 3
Meanwhile, back at the ranch
Grey aliens move in mysterious ways. The argument in this series has been that they been more than a coincidental resemblance to certain rarely advertised aspects of the Semitic God. In the final part of his diagnosis, further explores how this is so, and discovers some startling parallels between the legends of crashed UFOs and the imagery of a powerful Christian myth.
3-10

David SAVIERGazurmah's Sons. The Psychopathology of the Nazi Saucer Myth
The past year has seen a resurgence in the old controversy surrounding the origins of Flying Saucers, though for once it is not the hotly debated ETH. Instead, researchers like BUFORA's Tim Mat­thews have provoked debate by claiming that modern UFOs are, or are based on, secret Nazi flying saucer ex­periments conducted during the Second World War.
11-14

Letters
Mail Allan C.D. ALSAGER14

Book Reviews
Peter ROGERSONFrom the font line of the Memory Wars15
Peter ROGERSONPhil PATTON, TRAVELS IN DREAMLAND: The Secret History of Area 51 , David DARLINGTON, AREA 51: THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES 15
Review: Phil PATTON,TRAVELS IN DREAMLAND: The Secret History of Area 51 - 1997, David DARLINGTON,AREA 51: THE DREAMLAND CHRONICLES - 1997
Peter ROGERSONJerome CLARK, THE UFO BOOK 16
Review: Jerome CLARK,THE UFO BOOK - 1997
Peter ROGERSONBenson SALER, Charles A. ZIEGLER, Charles B. MOORE, UFO CRASH AT ROSWELL - The Genesis of a Modern American Myth 16
Review: Benson SALER, Charles A. ZIEGLER, Charles B. MOORE,UFO CRASH AT ROSWELL - The Genesis of a Modern American Myth - 1997
Peter ROGERSONPhilip J. IMBROGNO, Marianne HORRIGAN, CONTACT OF THE 5th KIND 17
Review: Philip J. IMBROGNO, Marianne HORRIGAN,CONTACT OF THE 5th KIND - 1997
Peter ROGERSONJanet Bergmark, In the Presence of Aliens: a personal experience of dual consciousness17
Peter ROGERSONPaul DEVEREUX, Peter BROOKESMITH, UFOs AND UFOLOGY - The First 50 Years 17
Review: Paul DEVEREUX, Peter BROOKESMITH,UFOs AND UFOLOGY - The First 50 Years - 1997
Peter ROGERSONThomas I. Roberts and Susan J. Palmer (editors), Millennium, Messiahs and Mayhem: contemporary apocalyptic movements17
Peter ROGERSONBob Larson, UFO's and the Alien Agenda17
Peter ROGERSONPaul R. Gross, Norman Levitt and Martin W Lewis (editors), The Flight from Science and Reason17
Peter ROGERSONPhilip J. CORSO, William J. BIRNES, THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL 18
Review: Philip J. CORSO, William J. BIRNES,THE DAY AFTER ROSWELL - 1997
Peter ROGERSONOmar Fowler, Flying Triangle UFOs: the continuing story - Kevin Lync, UFO Over North Devon - John M. Jenkins, Of No defence Significance? a factual appraisal on the Scottish UFO enigma18
Peter ROGERSONDonald S. Johnson, Phantom islands of the Atlantic18
Peter ROGERSONAndrew Donkin, Alien Abduction, could it happen to you? - Philippa Wingate, Alien Abduction18
Peter ROGERSONRichard Wiseman, Deception and Self Deception: investigating psychics18
Peter ROGERSONScott CORRALES, CHUPACABRAS AND OTHER MYSTERIES 18
Review: Scott CORRALES,CHUPACABRAS AND OTHER MYSTERIES - 1997
Peter ROGERSONGray BARKER, THEY KNEW TOO MUCH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS 18
Review: Gray BARKER,THEY KNEW TOO MUCH ABOUT FLYING SAUCERS - 1956
Peter ROGERSONJoseph McMoneagle, Mind Trek: exploring consciousness, time and space through remote viewing18
Peter ROGERSONRon Halliday and others, McX: Scotland's X Files18

25 Years Ago19

Examining the ETH 19
Book/Magazine:Timothy GOOD,ALIEN BASE - 1998, Nicholas REDFERN,THE F.B.I. FILES - The FBI's UFO Top Secrets Exposed - 1998

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Free the Bonnybridge One!20
Saratoga News20
Fashion Notes20
American Graffiti20


Image not available La Nave de los Locos

Año 2 No 13 Enero 2002
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946); González Manso, Luis R. (1958)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Diego C. ZÚÑIGAToma 2
caso Betty y Barney Hill: interruptus
3-13

Peter BROOKESMITHBetty Hill: La abuela de todos los abducidos 14-18
(From: FORTEAN TIMES N. 110 May/1998 Grey Matter, pp. 34-37 Translated by Luis R. GONZÁLEZ MANSO)

Luis R. GONZALEZ MANSOEL APRENDIZ DE PROCUSTO 19-33
Book:Thomas Eddie BULLARD,UFO ABDUCTIONS: THE MEASURE OF A MYSTERY, vol. 1 - 1987

W. Bill CHALKERADN alienígena: Descubrimientos más recientes
(From: MUFON UFO JOURNAL 399 July/2001 DNA PCR investigation shows promise in abduction phenomenon, pp. 7-10 Translated by Luis R. GONZÁLEZ MANSO)

Michael MENKIN¿Deteniendo las abducciones alienígenas? 37-38
(From: MUFON UFO JOURNAL 383 March/2000 Stopping alien abductions?, pp. 18-19 Translated by Luis R. GONZÁLEZ MANSO)


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 83 December 2003

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial Notes2

Peter BROOKESMITHThe History Man: Wittgenstein's Lion and the Stories of Roswell
Better-bred readers may have wondered why it has become compulsory to mention the name of a little-known American from Minnesota in every issue of this illustrious organ. Here, perhaps - or perhaps not - is a partial explanation, in an industrious musing by His Grace, the Duke of Mendoza
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Link:
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Matt GRAEBERUfoology: As Much Fun as a Barrelful of Aliens
About ten years ago, I coined the term "UFOOLOGY" in a letter to James "Jim" Moseley, who is the pubisher and editor of the nation's longest-running newsletter on the UFO enigma. Jim's Saucer Smear is legendary as a gossip and scandal sheet that has been exposing the intellectual short-comings and indiscretions of the self-appointed UFO experts, some of their "star-witnesses" and, of course, the UFO group leaders that have endorsed the rantings of these individuals
9-12

The pelican writes
Abductions: Clearing Out the Vermin 13

Readers' Letters
Letter from Minnesota14

Book Reviews
Gareth J. MEDWAYDaniel Harms and John Wisdom Gonce III, The Necronomicon Files: The Truth Behind the Legend. Weiser Books, York Beach, 200315-16
John RIMMERTony Eccles. A Different Sky: unusual sightings and strange phenomena over Merseyside. Bluecoat Press, Liverpool. 200316
Gareth J. MEDWAYJohn Clark, Ph D, The Healing of Satanically Ritualy Abused Multiple Personality Disorder, 1st Books, Bloomington, Indiana, 200316-17
Peter ROGERSONJerome CLARK, STRANGE SKIES 17-18
Review: Jerome CLARK,STRANGE SKIES - 2003
Peter ROGERSONAnn DRUFFEL, FIRESTORM 18
Review: Ann DRUFFEL,FIRESTORM - 2003
Peter ROGERSONNick REDFERN, Andy ROBERTS, STRANGE SECRETS 18-19
Review: Nick REDFERN, Andy ROBERTS,STRANGE SECRETS - 2003

Books extra
Roger Luckhurst. The Invention of Telepathy. Oxford University Press, 200219

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A blast from the past20
More on Schauberger20
No jury in the world would convict ...20


Image not available The Skeptic

Vol 17 No 2-3. 2004
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

James EASTONThe Truth about Rendlesham
James Easton presents the first of a series of articles on Britain's most notorious UFO case.
12-16

David CLARKEBritain's Roswell?
Would the release of official documents relating to the Rendlesham Forest incident reveal that a UFO really landed?
17-21

Jenny RANDLESThe Rendlesham Incident: Some Lessons for UFOlogy in general 24-33

Peter BROOKESMITHForgive Us Our Trespasses
Peter Brookesmith considers the diplomatic aspects of the Rendlesham 'cover-up'
34-39

Andy MARRIOTTReflections on a Rendlesham Skywatch
Andy Marriott offers us his whimsical recollections of a beautiful night spent in Rendlesham Forest in August 2003 on a UFO-watch
40-41

Steve DONNELLYRhyme and Reason42-43

Reviews
Hilary EVANSWHAT IS NORMAL?48
Review: Robert E. BARTHOLOMEW, Benjamin RADFORD,HOAXES, MYTHS, AND MANIAS - 2003


Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 86 November 2004

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Brookesmith, Peter (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial Notes2

David SIVIERVisions Before Midnight. Witchcraft. Folklore and the Prehistory of the Abduction Phenomenon
Ever since Vallee and Keel put pen, or typewriter ribbon to paper in the 70s, it's been an axiom among proponents of the psychosocial hypothesis that the UFO phenomenon is merely the modem variant of a range of paranormal encounters and visitations by supernatural others. Despite their technological trappings, modem UFO sightings are merely the scientistic expression of deep religious and mystical impulses from within the human psyche, impulses, which have given rise to previous ages' myths of encounters with angels, demons, elves and ghosts.
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Michael McHUGHAlien Mimicry in Popular Culture
If aliens ever came to earth to trade, raid or simply take pictures for Galactic Geographic magazine, it always seemed to me that they would do so by disguising themselves and their technology in such a way that they simply blended in with the natives as much as possible. Either that, or they would hire locals to do much of the work for them and act as guides and interpreters. Even on earth, people who need to work or do business in foreign countries do this all the time, and also try to learn something of the native language and customs before they go.
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25 Years Ago14

The pelican writes
Scrutinising the Sceptics 15

Readers' Letters
Mail Colin BENNETT16
Mail Gareth J. MEDWAY16

Book Reviews
William Roll and Valerie Storey. Unleashed: Of poltergeists and murder, the curious story of Tina Resch. Paraview Pocket Books, 200417
Michael BUSBY, SOLVING THE 1897 AIRSHIP MYSTERY 17-18
Review: Michael BUSBY,SOLVING THE 1897 AIRSHIP MYSTERY - 2004
Alex Owen. The place of Enchantment: British occultism and the culture of the modern. University of Chicago Press, 2004. Corinna Treitel. A Science for the Soul: occultism and the genesis of the German Modern. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004.18
Raymond E. FOWLER, SYNCHROFILE 18
Review: Raymond E. FOWLER,SYNCHROFILE - 2004
Peter BROOKESMITHDavid CLARKE, THE ANGEL OF MONS
Dubbed by some academics 'unofficial history', the base material of folk stories is neither necessarily true nor necessarily untrue. The narratives tend to dramatize emotions rather than be forensically picky as to facts
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(From: The Shooter's Journal [No 48, Summer 2004 )
Review: David CLARKE,THE ANGEL OF MONS - 2005

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Quaker Notes20


Image not availableAuthors: Karl T. PFLOCK, Peter BROOKESMITH (eds.)
Title: ENCOUNTERS AT INDIAN HEAD
The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Abduction Revisited

Appendix: Martin S. KOTTMEYER
ISBN: 1-933665-18-1
Publisher: Anomalist Books, San Antonio
Year: 2007
Pages: 312 p.
Name: Pflock, Karl T. (1943 - 2006); Brookesmith, Peter (1946); Bullard, Thomas Eddie (1949); Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011); Kottmeyer, Martin S. (1953); Sheaffer, Robert (1949); Stacy, Dennis; Truzzi, Marcello (1935 - 2003); Webb, Walter N. (1934)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Karl T. PFLOCK, Peter BROOKESMITHBeing There

Images from Indian Head

Chapter One
Dennis STACYA Night and a Morning to Remember

Chapter Two
Marcello TRUZZIJudging the Hill Case

Chapter Three
Thomas Eddie BULLARDThe Start of Something Rich and Strange

Chapter Four
Hilary EVANSBeyond the UFO Horizon

Chapter Five
Peter BROOKESMITHOf Time and the River

Chapter Six
Robert SHEAFFERThere Were No Extraterrestrials

Chapter Seven
Karl T. PFLOCKA Singular Visitation

Chapter Eight
Walter N. WEBBReflections on the Hill Case

Appendix
Martin S. KOTTMEYERNo One Should Know of This Experience272