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Ufology American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology

Dive into the intriguing intersection of UFOs, technology, and spirituality, where the mysteries of the skies meet the realities of our digital age.

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"American Cosmic: UFOs, Religion, Technology" is a groundbreaking work by Professor D.W. Pasulka that examines the intersections of technology, spirituality, and the UFO phenomenon in contemporary culture. The book takes readers on a journey through the enigmatic world of UFO belief systems, exploring how these beliefs are intertwined with technology and religion. Pasulka, a professor of religious studies, brings a unique perspective to the topic, blending academic rigor with an exploration of the deeply personal and transformative experiences of individuals who believe in UFOs.

The narrative delves into the lives of scientists and professionals who secretly engage with the UFO phenomenon, revealing its profound impact on their work and beliefs. Pasulka discusses how technological advancements and digital culture have shaped and been shaped by UFO mythology, creating a symbiotic relationship between belief and innovation. She also explores the religious aspects of UFO beliefs, drawing parallels between traditional religious experiences and encounters with the unexplained.

"American Cosmic" is not just a book about UFOs; it's an insightful exploration of how the unexplainable and the technological converge in modern spirituality. For those fascinated by the intersection of the paranormal, religion, and technology, this book offers a thought-provoking examination of how our beliefs about the unknown shape our understanding of the world and ourselves.
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Non-Fiction
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Release
Feb 20, 2019
Pages
288
Author
Diana Walsh Pasulka
ISBN
9780190692889
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