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Michael McCELLAN, Matthew GRAEBER, Aztec, That Terribly Romantic Yet Horribly Aromatic Desert Bloom is in Flower Again!. The 1948 Aztec, NM downed UFO retrieval story is one of saucerdom's legends that seems to have defied all the attempts to explain it away as a clumsy and very obvious hoax. However, the many "resurrections" of this story, n various forms, is just about as remarkable and interesting as the original tale itself. In fact, one fellow on the Internet describes it as the "Dracula" of saucerdom which simply will not die no matter how many stakes are driven through its hear pp.9-15
MAGONIA
N. 89 August 2005
Name: Graeber, Matthew J. (1942 - 2015) ; McCellan, Michael
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Image not available MAGONIA
Interpreting Contemporary Vision and Belief
N. 89 August 2005

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Graeber, Matthew J. (1942 - 2015); McCellan, Michael
CONTENTS
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Editorial Notes2

Andy ROBERTSIn Advance of the Landing: The Findhorn Community 3-7

The pelican writes8

Michael McCELLAN, Matthew GRAEBERAztec, That Terribly Romantic Yet Horribly Aromatic Desert Bloom is in Flower Again!
The 1948 Aztec, NM downed UFO retrieval story is one of saucerdom's legends that seems to have defied all the attempts to explain it away as a clumsy and very obvious hoax. However, the many "resurrections" of this story, n various forms, is just about as remarkable and interesting as the original tale itself. In fact, one fellow on the Internet describes it as the "Dracula" of saucerdom which simply will not die no matter how many stakes are driven through its hear
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25 Years Ago15

Frank John REIDCurtis Peebles, the X-15 and Angela’s Ashes
I'd just dragged myself through Frank McCourt's depressing "Angela's Ashes" when I read Curtis Peebles's "The Case of the Vanishing X-15 Pilot." I grew up Catholic in the 1940s and 50s, in an American Church that rather envied the holiness of Ireland. And so I was able to understand, for example, McCourt's reminiscence of rushing around Limerick, tearing one page out of an issue of "John O'London's Weekly" which his employer had earlier distributed, because that page discussed birth control. And so I was able to understand Peebles's article.
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Book Reviews
Bob Trubshaw (editor) Explore Phantom Black Dogs. Heart of Albion Press, 200518
Nick REDFERN, BODY SNATCHERS IN THE DESERT 18-19
Review: Nick REDFERN,BODY SNATCHERS IN THE DESERT - 2005
Charles Upham. Cracks in the Great Wall: UFOs and traditional metaphysics. Sophia Perrenis, 2005. Robert Trundle. Is ET here: no politically but yes theologically and scientifically. EcceNova, 200519
G. M. Woerlee. Mortal Minds.Prometheus Books, 200519
Malcolm Gaskill. Witchfinders: a seventeenth century English tragedy. John Murray, 200519
John RIMMERMark Pilkington ( Ed.) Strange Attractor Journal 2. Strange Attractor, PO Box 51339, London19

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PHIL KLASS, 1919 - 200520