by Paul A. LaViolette, Ph.D.
First time proof of the existence of interstellar radio signals of
intelligent origin being sent to us.
Evidence that pulsars are part of a vast network of ETI
This is the updated second edition of the book
The Talk of the
Galaxy published in 2000.
This exhaustive study presents first time proof that astronomers
have been receiving radio signals of intelligent origin.
As early as
1967 and continuing to the present, radio astronomers have been
carefully studying and cataloging unusual interstellar beacons
called pulsars thinking them to be stars of natural origin. Dr. LaViolette, who has been researching pulsars for 27 years, shows
that, up to now, the nature of these radio sources has been grossly
He has discovered that a number of very unique
pulsars are non-randomly distributed in the sky and mark key Galactic
locations that have particular significance from an ETI
communication standpoint. He also presents evidence of unusual
geometric alignments among pulsars and intriguing pulse period
Equally compelling is the message they are sending
warning about a past Galactic core explosion disaster that should
help us avert a future global tragedy.
Contains extensive analysis of pulsar data, revealing new ideas
about the origins and functions of pulsars
Provides proof of an extraterrestrial communication network
Includes information about the formation of crop circles and
Acclaim for Decoding the Message of the
Paul LaViolette is among the most advanced scientific minds of our
time. His contributions in Decoding the Message of the Pulsars on
our populated universe lay a foundation for our future society in
Alfred L. Webre, J.D.,
author of Exopolitics: Politics, Government,
and Law in the Universe
In a remarkable open-minded exploration of cosmic proportions, Dr.
LaViolette proposes that since 1967 radio astronomers have been
receiving and cataloging signals of extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI).
While his explanation is complex, it underscores the very reasons
why they may indeed be messages of intelligent origin. A book well
worth reading, it is both thought provoking as well as profound in
its implications for what our future may bring.
author of Mind Trek and The Ultimate Time Machine
Dr. Paul LaViolette is absolutely brilliant in his provocative book
- fastidiously researched and well presented. You cannot read this
book and not believe! A truly remarkable work from an equally
Sherry Hansen Steiger and Brad Steiger,
authors of The Rainbow Conspiracy and UFO Odyssey
Dr. Paul LaViolette systematically and eloquently presents an
audacious hypothesis that the signals and locations of many pulsars
provide evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence. Whatever the
significance of his data and conclusions, this is a book well worth
reading by those who ponder the great questions of life in the
Dr. Eugene F. Mallove,
Editor-in-Chief, Infinite Energy Magazine,
Director, New Energy Research Laboratory, Bow, New Hampshire
Provocative evidence of signals from a galactic society
Dr. Paul LaViolette makes an astonishing assertion: pulsars are not
what we thought they are (spinning neutron stars) but are white
dwarf stars fitted with synchrotron generators by an astro-engineering
galactic society specifically to transmit information to us.
Anyone can make astonishing assertions; we encounter them every day.
But LaViolette supports his hypothesis with extensive research data
published by established astronomers, and a broad understanding of
physics, astrophysics, and relevant areas of engineering.
It is not necessary to take LaViolette's ideas on faith. Pulsars ARE
strange and becoming more and more difficult for astronomers to
understand, the more they learn about them. The facts about pulsar
behavior and their spatial distribution that LaViolette has culled
from the research literature cry out for a new interpretation.
Anyone who has followed the field of SETI - the Search for
Extraterrestrial Intelligence - and grown weary of the endless
decades of futile searching for that narrowly-defined needle in the
haystack, will find in
Decoding the Message of the Pulsars an
extremely exciting revelation.
an early SETI pioneer