After doing graduate study concentrating on the underside of US history, George LoBuono reported for the Suttertown News in Sacramento, then covered the 1993 presidential elections in Indonesia for Pacifica radio network and investigated deep politics and black budget crimes.
In 1995, he began to research aliens and alien-related programs in the US government. He also serves as a board member of a free legal clinic in Sacramento, CA.
'Alien Mind' begins where other books usually leave off.
Rather than debate whether UFO's and aliens exist, 'Alien Mind' quotes human contactees and informative aliens in a startling, new exploration of the thoughts and assumptions of our extraterrestrial neighbors.
Sixty-three years after Roswell, aliens are trying to get humans to step beyond the bounds of elite greed and failed ecology in order to develop a more mature kind of cosmic citizenship.
Although some content may be unsettling, this book should help to fill in some of the blanks in public knowledge about aliens. 'Alien Mind' introduces previously unreported sources and helps readers understand how aliens think and feel about their interactions with humans and other aliens.
It discusses alien science and how humans can both detect
and identify different types of aliens and their energy networks.