For our French readers, an announcement: En français pour la première fois, Passeport pour le Cosmos: Transformation Humaine et Rencontres Extraterrestres (1999), pubblicato da Dervy 2016-02-19!
Stéphane Allix, INREES
Stéphane Allix a rencontré John Mack en 2003. Cet éminent psychiatre américain est le premier spécialiste en santé mentale à s’être intéressé sérieusement aux personnes prétendant avoir été « enlevées par des extraterrestres ».
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
By John E. Mack, M.D., Class of ’51
Oberlin graduate John Mack (’51) spoke at Oberlin College in 2001 on the event of his 50th class reunion. This article expands upon his presentation. Dr. Mack was surprised by the storm of criticism that came with the 1994 publication of Abduction. He has since come to understand his own naivite at the time as well as the “misty territory” his research and writing explores. He credits Oberlin for emphasizing open-mindedness and encouraging exploration in his education.
ENGLISH · FRANÇAIS · PORTUGUÊS · РУССКИЙ