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"Chasing Phantoms" - Book by Carissa Conti

Updated 2013

Completely updated version of "Chasing Phantoms" has just been uploaded. Updated version is available in both the free downloadable PDF, as well as the hard copy for purchase. (Scroll down....) Part I is completely re-done, including new material. (The old material is still there, it's just now integrated with the new.) Part II, which delves into my own experiences, also has new material and insights, and Part III has new sections of material, as well as a few things rearranged/combined with Part I. The "Recommended Reading" section has also been updated, and a modified version of the old Appendix has been added back in. Enjoy.....

This is the section for all things abduction, MILABS, and mind control related. But instead of having multiple articles relating to various aspects of these subjects, I just went ahead and wrote a book that covered all bases. >>> There's also this article you can click on pertaining to anomalous abduction markings, with photo illustrations. <<< The subject was only briefly covered in my book since I was unable to do color pics with Lulu Press. So this article is a nice supplement to the book.

Another corresponding article that goes along with the book would be >>> "Gang Stalking vs. Hyperdimensional Matrix Attacks." <<< It fits nicely with Part II of my book, specifically the section called "Sidetrack Circus Diversion/Fear and Paranoia Generators." At the time I initially wrote the book I had never heard of the subject of gang stalking. Once I stumbled across the subject after the fact I realized that much of what I describe in those sections of my book match up to what many targets of gang stalking are also describing. So, it's a complimentary read.

[On a side note....I've heard from various people that they've been waiting and on the lookout for whenever another book will appear on my site. Well, this is it. When and if new and useful information comes in pertaining to MILABS I'll add to "Chasing Phantoms" so it can be as complete and thorough as possible, but I'm not one of those people who's going to be generating books in order to milk people for all the money I can get out of them, like many authors do. "Oh, rent is due, better crank out another book." ;) Then next thing you know I've written a whole series of books where each book overlaps the previous one with repeating material, and very little actual new revelatory information. X! Not here. So, this is it. Enjoy.....]

Chasing Phantoms
by Carissa Conti, © 2006-2013

325 pages | 6" x 9" | $14.95

Personal experiences, observations and theories into the abduction/mind control phenomenon

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(perfect bound, soft-cover, 324 pages)

The free PDF is still available though, as I believe in having options. ;) HOWEVER........I ask that readers not republish this book on other sites. It's come to my attention that people are republishing my book on websites like Scribd without asking permission. While I have no problem giving the book away for free, I would prefer that people access the book from my website. There are several reasons for this, including the fact that when I make updates to the book, as I periodically do, other versions floating around online will not be updated. Also, people who are accessing the book through Scribd aren't able to see the rest of my website that goes with it.

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From the back book cover:

"There are two main perpetrators in abduction literature: The ‘aliens,’ and the military. UFOs and the alien abductions received far more attention than military abductions however, and could even be labeled a national obsession…military abductions on the other hand could be considered the black sheep, a subject the general public seems to have the least amount of knowledge of and the most resistance to hearing about. Somehow the idea of alien invaders taking us and probing us is easier to accept and process – and certainly more fanciful – than the idea of humans taking and abusing other humans against their will and zapping their memories, or even falsifying them altogether."

Military abductions, and its cousin “MILABS,” which involve an alien/human alliance, are two subjects that have only recently begun receiving attention. With the heavy focus on aliens over the past five decades, few people have noticed the role that the U.S. government/military and its black ops sub-factions have played in the role of experimenting on its own personnel, their families, and the population in general. Many people have signs of having been tinkered with and programmed but don’t realize it, and even shy away from pursuing the subject, because the grandiose term of “abduction” with its space alien implications doesn’t fit their more subtle situation.

Geared towards those who already know that they’re abductees and who have the basic foundation for the subject, “Chasing Phantoms” offers various perspectives on all the main aspects of military and MILAB lore, including:

  • How we’re usually only given two versions of the abduction story – either human military spooks or super God-like aliens - when in fact it’s more like super God-like humans doing things that only aliens are supposed to be capable of. From manipulating time lines to orchestrating unbelievable synchronicities, to soul abductions and using “Beam me up” transport technology, these are components of the MILAB phenomenon not often heard…
  • Dream time programming, psychic warfare, and the use of scalar energy beams…
  • Ear tones, synchronicities, paranormal happenings, etc. which are common occurrences in the lives of abductees, and what they possibly mean...
  • How "side track circus diversion" harassment tactics are usually employed to keep a target in a constant state of fear - and how "changing one’s radio station" will abruptly stop it in its tracks...

...And much more.

Too often, the available abduction material winds the reader up into a negative state and then leaves them hanging on the line, feeling fearful and powerless about their situation. Unlike those books, "Chasing Phantoms" offers tactical tips and advise gleaned from the author’s personal experiences to empower the reader and show how much of the negative harassment in abductees’ lives can be stopped.