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A New Book by Nadine Lalich 

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Nadine Lalich

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It was late on the evening of June 15, 1991, when Nadine and her friend, Pamela, pulled into the empty lot of Banjo Bill Park in Sedona, Arizona. After the long drive from California, they planned to sleep in the van and then head into town the next day. Sometime after midnight, Nadine awoke to the sound of people outside walking around the vehicle. Alarmed, she quickly sat up, and a moment later, the rear door of the vehicle opened lighting up the interior. Reaching toward her was a thin grey arm and a hand with only three fingers! The terrifying experience would be the first of many to come, but it would take thirteen more years before she would find the courage to speak about it. When she did, an unexpected shift occurred: the experiences began to include a military presence.This book chronicles Nadine's experiences during her lifetime involving a variety of non-human life forms, some of which appear to be physical and others potentially interdimensional. Included are descriptions of ten different ET species, their behavior, and possible intentions. Over a dozen alien and military technologies are presented, along with descriptions of crafts, underground and underwater bases, medical and psychological testing and procedure. The book includes 50 illustrations and photos.

March 2, 2020 Interview

November 16, 2012 Interview




5.0 out of 5 stars

Awesome Read and Very Informative

Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020

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Over the past couple of years, I began watching shows and reading stories about UFOs and aliens, and I admit that the idea of extraterrestrial races coming to Earth scares the you-know-what out of me. Just the same, I am forging ahead to learn more, including watching the series, Project Blue Book, which has been a real eye-opener. Several of my friends read Evolution and suggested that I buy a copy. I didn’t know what to expect, but reading about the author’s first experience in Sedona was a real shocker for me – I felt like I was right there! The way she described what happened reminded me a little of the Travis Walton abduction. She never had a big interest in UFOs or aliens, another person was with her, and she was wide awake when it happened. The Sedona experience was the first of many, and a number of them are discussed in the book. Some hand-written pages from her diary and a large number of illustrations and photographs are also included. I definitely enjoyed reading this book and watching several of her presentations on the internet.


Chris O'Sullivan

5.0 out of 5 stars

A Book Worth Reading

Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2020

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Over time and after much research, I slowly came to believe that UFOs and extraterrestrials are probably visiting Earth. However, I have had mixed feelings about the alien abduction phenomenon. I’m not someone who writes interviews, but after reading Evolution, I felt compelled to share my thoughts. To begin, many of the experiences described in the book are rather extraordinary, and I was surprised by the amount of detail the author has been able to recall consciously. About a half dozen of those experiences were later followed up with hypnotic regressions conducted by the psychotherapist, Barbara Lamb, and one by the hypnotherapist, Yvonne Smith. I found the excerpts from those transcripts quite interesting. The author, who is also an artist, included dozens of illustrations depicting events with military and extraterrestrials, with a lot of details about alien technology that I especially liked. Considering the controversial nature of the subject, I found the author to be reasonably level-headed and analytical. I also appreciated the fact that she refrained from making absurd conclusions, but focused only on creating a hypothesis for what she believes may be happening. I would recommend the book for anyone interested in the alien abduction or MILAB phenomenon.

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Mike Clelland

5.0 out of 5 stars

The author has a very believable voice.

Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2020

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This is one person's story, and it is told in such a grounded tone. The author tells some terribly challenging stories, but they are shared in a way that in even-keeled and straightforward. These experiences are similar to what a lot of other experiencers report, but what makes this book stand out is its thoughtful tone. I believe Nadine, and hopefully this book will allow others the courage to share their own experiences. Highly recommended.


Tom Lorton

5.0 out of 5 stars

Amazing Experiences Told by an Amazing Person

Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2020

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I've come across Nadine over the years in documentaries and youtube videos, and am so grateful for her having the courage and lucidity to tell her story. Their are so many experiencers that have experiences that will never be told. It take a lot of courage to face the public with this subject matter. What she describes in this book, will have its effect on all of humankind well into the distant future. With her comprehension of what took place through her life, we're able to get a glimpse into what the agenda is for a number of unknown species of beings. She does a great job in putting her thoughts on paper and is even an accomplished artist allowing her to include her own illustrations throughout the book. When reading this material, just keep an open mind to an open universe and you'll get more out of it!




March 9, 2020

Crow Girl

Fantastic interview, Mike, and Nadine. Thank you both so much for your focus and coordination. Listening to you as a “team”, it’s as if you were “dancing; listening was a joy.

I’m glad to hear the open recognition of the hard, challenging nature of the experiences, and calling out “sugar coating.”

November 17, 2012 at 10:36 PM

Bright Garlick

Hi Mike - Really enjoyed this conversation - you were very balanced in your approach and asked Nadine some tough questions that I thought she answered really well. I like the way you just get out of the way and let the person just share. You did that well in this chat. I liked Nadine's level headed approach to the phenomenon and her reluctance to label it precisely as others have done. Of course I probably see things very different to both of you (as you know by now) and would probably fall into that small percentage that Nadine described. That for me is not because I have not encountered apparently cold ET's but because I have grown and changed my point of view over time. Also because I have done a lot deep spiritual work (I liked that part of the conversation too - life is spirituality, nothing is separate - life is a spiritual process). I find it difficult to see anything wrong with our alien friends - just our projections. All that being said I like your questioning approach and you undecidedness about the whole thing. But maybe one day you will have conscious encounters and feel less threatened or uncertain. Keep up the great work, Bright.


November 17, 2012 at 10:36 PM


This was one of the best audio conversation you've done.


November 19, 2012 at 5:00 PM

Chris R

Mike, I have no clue why but this audio conversation gave me the chills several times. In fact I was so spooked during her description of the beings hand I had to take a break from listening. I think it possibly has to do with her even keel way if speaking-- she sounded very credible and as such made me listen much more vigorously. As per usual amazing show! I am on the last legs of my dissertation and I have developed a habit of listening to your show whenever I write. Keep up the good work, and I look forward to the next interview. -Chris R


November 20, 2012 at 2:16 AM Mike Clelland! said in reply to Chris R: Nadine calm clear voice is exactly what drew me to her. So yes, I feel the same way. She is a very credible person sharing a very INCREDIBLE experience. Mike C!


November 20, 2012 at 9:45 AM

God Loves Ugly

Very solid interview. Impressive lady. Clear recollections, balanced tone. And you did a great job creating space for her to tell her story, with just the right questions to keep the story rolling, like a minimalist conductor, but with enough to make it personal and warm. Like Chris said - a little spooky even. But it seems like the speakers with the most 'oomph' tend to have this effect. Why shouldn't they, right? I could just about picture myself in that van with her, and it's enough to make me imagine, I would certainly soil my knickers. Thanks for another gem.


November 21, 2012 at 7:12 AM

Red Pill Junkie

I too found this conversation incredibly rewarding. I look forward to hearing more about Nadine's experiences, but MORE importantly: her take on them. I especially enjoyed the part where she mentioned that the 'others' told her about God --"God expands as we expand" "God expands through us as us"-- since I find those assertions incredibly resonant with my own personal musings, and my findings along my own spiritual path. IMHO There's no better joy for a sentient being than feeling like a valuable instrument in God's plan.

March 6, 2020


Looking forward to reading “Evolution”. Read her first book and would highly recommend it as well. Hoping the title is implying something good! Great interview Mike.


March 8, 2020

Mary Doyle

Very good interview Mike and so thought-provoking. If what she is implying (and I believe her) is true there seems to be little that we can do about it.


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