Español


Alien Thinking

by Angela Hind

Not many scientists are prepared to take tales of alien abduction seriously, but John Mack, a Harvard professor who was killed in a road accident in north London last year, did. Ten years on from a row which nearly lost him his job, hundreds of people who claim they were abducted still revere him. (An article based upon a BBC Radio 4 radio program, Abduction, Alienation and Reason, originally broadcast June 8, 2005).
ENGLISH · FRANÇAIS · PORTUGUÊS · РУССКИЙ · ESPAÑOL

Review of David Grinspoon’s Lonely Planets: The Natural Philosophy of Alien Life

by John E. Mack, M.D.

Dr. Mack’s thoughts on family-friend David Grinspoon’s take on the paradigmatic gulf that separates mainstream astrobiology from the world of those who believe alien contact has already taken place.
ENGLISH · РУССКИЙ · ESPAÑOL

The Aliens are Always with Us

by Bryan Appleyard

A Harvard professor killed in London last week had been vilified for his belief in the ‘third realm’. His theories may not be as mad as some think says Bryan Appleyard.
ENGLISH · РУССКИЙ · ESPAÑOL

John Mack’s Transpersonal Journey Continues

by Bill Chalker

When John Mack was in Australia I supported his research into indigenous aboriginal abduction & UFO experiences – an area we both had a strong interest in, particularly its shamanic dimensions. I recently went through the final editing of my forthcoming book, from which some discussions about John’s legacy had been deleted. This forum and this time seems like a good place to post that material….
ENGLISH · РУССКИЙ · ESPAÑOL

Dr. Mack Responds to Psychology Today Article

by John E. Mack, M.D.

A brief response to a discussion generated by an article in Psychology Today magazine, 2003. In this response, Mack declares “The idea…that we can learn about what matters to people simply by objectifying them is wrong.”
ENGLISH · ITALIANO · PORTUGUÊS · РУССКИЙ · ESPAÑOL