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Is Your House Haunted? The Captain of the Polestar. Before rejecting his claim, read his story and then decide. Have you been seeking proof that aliens exist? Are you wondering if our government is in touch with aliens from other worlds? Of course, many researchers and book writers have claimed that it is so, but most of them have been either digging into declassified or "leaked" government documents or they are working backwards, from accounts of sighted UFOs or what are apparently abduction cases. A lot of what they offer is convincing, of course, but still leaves you wondering if the author is correctly interpreting the data.
But would you be more convinced if you got a first-hand report from a former military man who was both genetically-engineered and trained to "read" alien intuitive communication? Yes, that sounds pretty fantastic, and Dan Sherman acknowledges that it is hard to believe. He was told he was selected because he had been altered at the time of his birth to have the capability of communicating with "greys" -- aliens, whom he never actually saw. All communication with them was mental, but the extreme secrecy of the program and the systematic training and methods seem consistent with the way the military would go about an alien contact program.
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If what Sherman tells us is true, then it leaves little doubt that the US government is actually in contact with at least one alien culture, and has been for at least forty years and probably much longer. Sherman's short book, Above Black , at the time I read it, was entirely free online, is apparently no longer available for free, but can be purchased from amazon.
The chapters are all small bite-sized chunks you can read in between doing other things, and Sherman's prose is simple and to-the-point.
He leaves no doubt about what happened. But the bigger question that haunted him was "why? Without much regard for his feelings, he was informed that he has a special ability, given him because, as his contact put it, "Sergeant Sherman, in the summer of your mother was visited by what the world commonly refers to as aliens.
Training for the Task Sherman was taken in a van with covered windows to a secret site unknown to him where he had to enter an elevator using a bio scan type of security which took him to a small secret room where all instruction was through headphones while he sat at a computer that had no mouse.
Instruction began with sound and a matching wave on the screen that he was told to "flatten. The lessons progressed to working with only mental impressions, including visuals.
He was told his work would consist of typing the messages he received on a black screen. The words did not appear on the screen so they could not be viewed by anyone. Sherman also learned about the "onion effect" in which these extreme secret projects known as "above black" were hidden inside another black secret project and only a few people knew about the final layer of the onion. Both the above black project and the black project were classified.
Sherman's emotions as he learned these incredible facts ran the gamut from feeling like he was special to feelings of loneliness because he could not share his experience with anyone. As he went to new asignments in his public work, he also worked on the PPD projects.