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Author: Philip J. Imbrogno
ISBN: 0738713473
Pages: 312 pages
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (August 8, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Occult & Paranormal
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Rating: 4.5
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Subcategory: Religion

e-Book Interdimensional Universe: The New Science of UFOs, Paranormal Phenomena and Otherdimensional Beings epub download

by Philip J. Imbrogno



He has been interviewed by The New York Times and Coast to Coast AM, has appeared on NBC's The Today Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and has been featured in documentaries on the History Channel, A&E, Lifetime, and HBO. Imbrogno worked closely with many top UFO investigators, including Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Bud Hopkins. He has been a science educator for the past 26 years.

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book by Philip J. In this book, he reveals for the first time the detailed findings of prominent paranormal experts as well as his own firsthand experiences.

In this book, he reveals for the first time the detailed findings of prominent. paranormal experts as well as his own firsthand experiences. Using the latest quantum theories, Imbrogno sheds new light on classic UFO cases, government cover-ups, and the hidden connections between UFOs and other unexplained phenomena-from crop circles and animal mutilations.

I briefly introduced the djinn in two of my previous books, Interdimensional Universe: The New Science of UFOs, Paranormal Phenomena, and Otherdimensional Beings and Files from the Edge: A Paranormal Investigator's Explorations into High Strangeness.

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He has been interviewed by The New York Times and Coast to Coast AM, has appeared on NBC's The Today Show and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and has been featured in documentaries on the History Channel, A&E, Lifetime, and HBO. He is a retired educator who spent thirty years teaching science.

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Over the course of his thirty years of investigation into UFOs, including his own field research, photographic evidence, and meticulously compiled case studies, Philip Imbrogno has provided fascinating new insight into paranormal phenomena. In this book, he reveals for the first time the detailed findings of prominent paranormal experts as well as his own firsthand experiences.

Using the latest quantum theories, Imbrogno sheds new light on classic UFO cases, government cover-ups, and the hidden connections between UFOs and other unexplained phenomena-from crop circles and animal mutilations to angels and jinn (or genies).

Imbrogno's insider knowledge spans the very early UFO reports to present-day sightings. He personally investigated four of the best-known UFO flaps of the modern era―Hudson Valley, Phoenix lights, the Belgium sightings, and the Gulf Breeze Florida sightings―and shares information never released before, including photographic evidence that something very unusual is taking place on planet Earth.

Alianyau
I will start by saying that this book fit in well with several threads I have been following after reading three other books that I highly recommend. The first two are, "The Siren Call of Hungry Ghosts" by the later Joe Fisher and "Walking Through Walls" by Phillip Smith. These two books deal in a very well documented way with the effects and possible repercussions of "Spirit Channeling" and who these "Spirits" might be. The last is the "The Hunt for Skinwalker: Science Confronts the Unexplained at a Ranch in Utah" by Colm Kelleher and George Knapp. As stated in the title this is a scientific study and it studies a geographic area that has been known for centuries as a very strange place by the local Indians.

So what do all of these things have in common with this book? They all present sides of what could be either the same "UFO" phenomenon, as this author appears to state, or an intriguing picture that requires that a few more blanks be filled in. In short, he backs up his ideas about dimensional travel using references to UFO encounters that center on certain places with strange magnetic fields, but the big picture may be more intriguing.

If you read Skinwalker, you learn that just about everything from strange "bigfoot" like animals to voices coming through stereo units without power, cattle mutilations and orbs seem related to things that emerge from strange "tunnels that appear and disappear". This would explain why creatures such as the Jersey Devil and Bigfoot don't die and leave bones behind. This book documents similar incidents. Together, these two books create a very convincing picture of what may be going on worldwide.

If you accept the evidence presented by this book and Skinwalker, you might then wonder about the aspect that I've always felt keeps people from believing in aliens of any kind, Religion. If aliens exist, then surely they could have been the angels from the bible and provided the fiery chariots and burning bushes. There goes the "loving God" and "safe afterlife" and with it fear of death comes roaring into the picture. Is is any wonder that people don't want to see UFOs??

What does the book have to say about the relationship between religion and UFO's? Quite a lot, but it is the weaker part of the book. The section that equates Angels with tall Nordic looking aliens makes good sense, however imposing a biblical hierarchy on them (think Cherubim, Seraphim, Dominions etc.)and claiming to have mysterious bits of "angelic" writing and a mostly "good" agenda was going a bit to far. He completely steps off his otherwise well referenced "wagon" when he gets to the Jinn, who he casts as demons, using several encounters which seem questionable after you read Fishers book.

If you read Skinwalker, there are "sulphur" and chemical odors associated with the strange dimensional tunnels. This could be why that element is mentioned in association with what people have long thought of as "demons". But his references to these Jinn are not of that kind and they are mixed with references to the "Men in Black" who show up to shut down UFO folks who get too close to some truth. When describing his Jinn phenomenon he mentions that MIB visit one of his doomed researchers, but doesn't weigh it against his "evidence". While it certainly must have been frightening to have so many of his co-workers die on the "jinn" investigation, he does not make much out of the mix of strange events which include finding "backwards talking" on a tape recorder he was using to interview a mother and her daughter who were the target of suspected "alien attack".

I was surprised that he had to go to a specialist to identify someone talking backwards. I think most of us could identify the jumble of a tape played backwards and to my knowledge this phenomenon was introduced as an "easy" special effect in the movie "The Exorcists" and doesn't really have much of a demonic history. The fact that whoever or whatever was bothering these people used it would suggest to me that it had more in common with those "Men in Black" trying to keep the investigators away from whatever they had been studying, perhaps for generations.

I'm not big on conspiracy theories, but the military has used civilians to study the effects of drugs like acid and various types of demoralizing mind control before. History is marred by such government studies as the "The Tuskegee Syphilis Study" where the government used innocent people for medical research, studying the course of their untreated disease from 1942 through 1972. It made sense to me that something very human could be behind the episodes. His other reference to the Jinn being channeled, sounded very much like one of Fisher's accounts of some "spirit" trying to gain control by pretending to be a guide.

If is useful to talk briefly about Fisher's book here. His investigations led to the premise that channeled entities are probably spirits of the dead who are afraid to go on for one reason or another and frequently impersonate authority figures. When we look at some of the "Near Death Experience" records, its seems that there is support for a "spirit" existing. The main point here is that Imbrogno's book lumps a "spirit channeling" incident together with physical evidence, when they can be two separate and unrelated events. If a "spirit world" exists do they have a better knowledge of other dimensions, perhaps enough to fake an impersonation of someone important? This is getting far away from what can be proven, but the conjectures made about the Jinn in this section of the book are equally hard to prove.

If you put all this together, what you get is that have probably always been part of our world and can use our fears to scare us. This neither confirms nor denies the existence of some universal law or the existence of an afterlife for those who are afraid of losing it. All three can exist together and/or as aspects of each other. The mind just needs to expand to hold it all. It is probably good that the aliens didn't drop this concept on Cavemen. Read the books mentioned along with this one and draw your own conclusions! I for one am hoping they show up to take over the banking industry!
Unirtay
I have read most of Mr Imbrogno's published works. In my library of paranormal esoterica this book: Interdimensional Universe will take it's place next to such classic volumes as Richard Dolan's 'UFOs and the National Security State' and Jim Marrs' 'Alien Agenda'. Imbrogno is not merely trying to engage and entertain the reader, he brings clarity to a theory that has always escaped my sense of comprehension: parallel dimensions, parallel realities, or as the title implies: an 'Interdimensional Universe'.

While we, the people are kept in the dark regarding this topic, I am certain that the 'Military Industrial Complex' that Eisenhower warned us about (the 'shadow government', call it what you will) has developed the science behind the reality of the Interdimensional Universe. Thankfully there are intelligent and open minded researchers like Phil Imbrogno to educate us, the plebian multitudes. He does it in such a way that I, a less than brilliant but inquisitive layperson, can understand. He uses analogies that are easily understood and does not burdon the reader with overly technical graphs, charts, or diagrams that are way over my head. Thank you for that Mr Imbrogno!

Some of the material in this book was redundant. He used the same examples and personal stories in his book 'Contact of the 5th kind' and 'Night Seige' but it was all pertinent to the subject matter. If there is one book by this author that any interested reader should read, I would say this is the book to get. I enjoyed the books mentioned above as well, but 'Interdimensional Universe' wraps it all up in this one volume. I live on the west coast and I am now planning to take a trip to New York to experience the mysterious magnetic anomalies that exist in Putnam County.
Dianaghma
Imbroglio puts out some pretty good reports in his books. This one was no exception, and it reconfirmed several points and ideas that others I have read about also published. There are no 'ufos' as the government refuses to admit to (but tracks anyway) or that hard-line ufologists insist on. What we are dealing with is what I call 'paraterrestrials'. They are entities and denizens who live right next door to us in diemensions we can't see into, but with a thousand times better technology and penchants for messing with us homo-sapiens.