Reviews : LightQuest: Your Guide to Seeing and Interacting with UFOs, Mystery Lights and Plasma Intelligences
Probably one of the most important books to read about the UFO phenomenon. It’s not an ETH flag-waver but builds on the earlier work of John Keel and Jacques Vallee in focusing on the ultraterrestrial aspects and explanation of UAP events. It’s one of the core books I recommend to people wanting to learn more about the subject along with ‘Daimonic Reality: A Field Guide to the Otherworld’ by Patrick Harpur , ‘The Eighth Tower’ by John Keel and ‘Earthlights’ by Paul Devereux. They are pretty much all you need. Unless you are still stuck on Däniken …
The book covers earthlights and proposes the theory that they are plasma charged balls with the ability to interact with us and other EM generating entities to create pretty much whatever we want to see based on our beliefs. These plasma balls are a sentient energy form which can show us whatever form they want based on our beliefs. You believe in aliens? You get alien spaceships. You believe in religion? You get religious figures. An interesting theory and one which I share.
The book is laid out as a guide to locations where you can view and possible interact with these lights. Most of the locations are US but it includes Avebury, Alton Barnes, Warminster, Avely, Peak District and Rendlesham.
It’s a thick tome with 415 pages and oddly rounded corners I’ve never seen on another book but easy to read and read again as required.
I’m still not entirely sure about Collins’ questing which sounds a bit like new-age twaddle and does detract from the seriousness of this book. Read the book though and it will change the way you think about UFO’s.