After his time with the Royal Order of Tibet in the 1930s George Adamski lived a life of relative obscurity before he rose to world fame as the first flying saucer contactee to come forward in 1952.
Published here in full for the first time, George Adamski’s letters to his student Emma Martinelli, written between 1950 and 1952, shed light on this pivotal phase in his mission, and underscores the central thread of his teaching about the Oneness and universality of Life.
The introduction by Gerard Aartsen provides the historical context in which these letters were written, challenges many of the commonly-held beliefs of critics and detractors, and casts a new and unexpected light on matters that were long considered foregone conclusions by most other writers.
In addition, the unique pairing of familiar and not-so-familiar photos brings to life the setting and circumstances in which Adamski took his earliest photos of space craft – and accentuates their authenticity.
The editor’s thoroughly referenced research makes his findings as transparent as they are compelling and shows that these letters establish a robust connection between Adamski’s earliest teachings and those he received from the Space Brothers from the 1950s onward.
“This interesting book is a must for Adamski enthusiasts.”
–Gensing Gardens News, UK.
Publication date: 31 March 2022
Page count: 108 pages
ISBN-13: 978-90-830336-2-4 (paperback)