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Occult & Paranormal
  • Author:
    Darryl Anka,Kim Carlsberg
  • ISBN:
    1879181258
  • ISBN13:
    978-1879181250
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  • Publisher:
    Bear & Company; First edition (July 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Occult & Paranormal
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    4.3
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BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS describes the dilemma of an alien abductee in a way that could only be the truth.

BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS describes the dilemma of an alien abductee in a way that could only be the truth. Correlating uncannily with the experiences of other abductees /contactees around the world, Kim Carlsberg's story is fascinating, while Darryl Anka's gorgeous illustrations illuminate. Don Waldrop, former director, Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), Los Angeles. -Back Cover BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS -Back Cover BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS. Beyond My Wildest Dreams poignantly captures the range of emotion-from fear to t in the UFO abduction phenomenon.

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A twice-published author, Kim's first book "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" diary of a UFO abductee was optioned by Tri-Star pictures for a major motion picture.

blic speaking engagements. A twice-published author, Kim's first book "Beyond My Wildest Dreams" diary of a UFO abductee was optioned by Tri-Star pictures for a major motion picture.

The release of Kim Carlsberg's first book, BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS: Diary of a UFO Abductee, nearly 2 decades ago, was a milestone in contact literature. The intense narrative was derived from diary entries Carlsberg made as she endured a sudden and inexplicable relationship with non-human entities that began after a close encounter in Malibu, California in 1988.

The following are books written by self-admitted s of which I’m . Kim Carlsberg Beyond My Wildest Dreams: Diary of a UFO Abductee. Gloria Ann Hawker Morning Glory: Diary of An Alien Abductee. Albuquerque, NM: self-published, 2001.

The following are books written by self-admitted s of which I’m aware. If you’re an Abductee or an Experiencer who has written a book about your contact with ETs or IDs, please send me the publishing information and I’ll include it in any subsequent printings of this book. Roy Ald The Man Who Took Trips: A True Experience in Another Dimension. New York, NY: Delacorte Press, 1971. Santa Fe, NM: Bear & Company, 1995. Betty Hill A Common Sense Approach to UFOs.

You can read thousands of books on ufology but you will come out empty-handed and ultimately would end up at the starting point, with . Beyond My wildest Dreams- a diary of a Ufo abductee a true story by Kim Carlsberg. posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 01:19 AM.

You can read thousands of books on ufology but you will come out empty-handed and ultimately would end up at the starting point, with nothing to show for your prolific readings.

Walking around, strange as it seems Somewhere beyond my wildest dreams! Look at her there Looking 'round Won't .

Walking around, strange as it seems Somewhere beyond my wildest dreams! Look at her there Looking 'round Won't make a sound. Just keeps on gawking- Weird how she's not talking! Look at her stare

A contactee herself, Kim’s first book Beyond My Wildest Dreams: Diary of a UFO Abductee chronicling eight years of continuous contact with seven different species of ETs, was published nearly two decades ago. Considered a milestone in contact literature at the time, her life story was optioned by Tri-Star Pictures. Kim's new book The Art Of Close Encounters has been coined The Quintessential Cosmic Coffee Table Book.

Beyond My Wildest Dreams poignantly captures the range of emotion--from fear to exhilaration--inherent in the UFO abduction phenomenon. Correlating uncannily with the experiences of other contactees worldwide, Carlsberg's thoughtful and committed inquiry into the meaning of the UFO abduction phenomenon is a catalyst for a deep journey within the human psyche.

Dobpota
,I wish I could give this book and the author herself a big ZERO stars, but I have to put at least one. I have a very negative review of this book and of Kim herself, as I brought her book in preparation for an actual $250 personal UFO sky tour with night vision that I had booked with her a couple of months ago in Sedona, AZ and I bought the book here on Amazon as I was curious to know more about her and her experiences before going on the tour with her.

A few weeks before I had the odd, negative, experience with her, business-wise with my tour, I had been reading her book and only finished it about the 75% mark and minus the personal experience, this would've been my review in this paragraph here, but her credibility in her book is without a doubt questionable either way. Anyhow, after force reading it about 3/4 way through, if I wasn't about to go on a UFO tour with her, I would not have gone even that far because it was so not interesting at all, very pricey, filled with too many artist sketches/paintings that I could do without, and a bit more detailed storytelling of her experiences instead would've been better. It is not a very lengthy book word-wise as the type is large and the illustrations many, so you don't get much for your money and questionable veracity to go with. For example, in her book, she mentions Budd Hopkin's and her experiences seem to be like that of Budd Hopkin's content in his books on aliens/UFO's abductions and not in a way where it's like, oh wow, it's so real and similar to Budd's content. It was very un-original, if that is a word and almost seemed made-up or at least embellished or she filled in the blanks. To top it off, her experiences were mostly preceded by drinking alcohol virtually each night. She drank often because she "couldn't sleep" as she says in her book and how she was on various meds for seemingly many personal issues, who knows what really happened or if she was just wasted during these episodes?

You could buy 4 real books on the subject, with far more interesting stories for this price. (The Mojave Incident, Whitley Streiber's books, Budd Hopkin's books, Silent Invasion, Messages, Taken, Into the Fringe, and Hunt for the Skinwalker are just a handful of really awesome/scary books on the subject if you're interested).

However, the BIGGEST and most obvious reason her book is questionable as a 100% non-fiction tale, is that after what I read in her book and my personal dealings, I've experienced that she is not a trustworthy or rational person AT ALL. I wish I could post my emails she sent me in response to when I wanted a simple refund after she cancelled on me short notice after I made travel plans to Sedona already, they are outrageous, irrational, mean-spirited and from a person who cannot obviously think straight, let alone write a book or convey this topic in a truthful, believable manner after what I've been through

. I'm not discrediting the fact, that she may have had experiences of some sort that have affected her psychologically if I just go by our email exchanges alone, but that is questionable if it is caused by aliens or something personal, she is not rational or a nice person and out for money as I never did get a refund from her end. I am not worried about libel as I have my emails from her to back me up 101%, but how true is this book if she is like this in real life and ripping me and maybe others' off for tours she's not doing, knowingly?!

My brief, but unforgettable personal dealings with her was "out of this world" and not in an extraterrestrial way either. Her credibility and financial motives vs truth are out the window in this book and everything concerning her after my experience.
Risa
A Review of Beyond My Wildest Dreams by Kim Carlsberg; Illustrated by Darryl Anka

Beyond My Wildest Dreams is like serendipitously finding a rare gem you didn't know to dig for. It is the true story of a secret part of author Kim Carlsberg's life, taken against her will by nonhuman beings, helpless to prevent these intruders, these abductors, from simply removing her from her life. She makes her points in interesting and varying ways. To talk about them too much would be taking away some of the experience of this book. But let me offer just one:

"Most fish will probably reject the tale of the unfortunate fish who speaks of being ripped from his home by some large, curved metallic object. They will scoff when he complains he was squeezed until he bled, went unconscious, and woke up back in the water. To the fish it may be the most traumatic moment of his existence, even though he was one of the lucky ones; he was thrown back. To the fisherman it was a moment forgotten five minutes later." (p. 26)

Heartfelt and straightforward, the author makes no attempt to put together a "convincer" book for those who believe in the nonexistence of the possibility of extraterrestrial visitation or abduction phenomenon. Describing in both detail and broad strokes, she paints the emotional rollercoaster of her experiences, allowing the reader to feel like an invisible confidant. Stirring in its shattering effect on her life, jarring in how everyday she makes it all sound, Beyond My Wildest Dreams is not a book you are likely to put down, certainly not one you will ever forget.

Though published in 1995, I didn't discover Kim Carlsberg's work (and that of the talented illustrator, Darryl Anka) until ten years later, and that was happenstance. And I don't know why it stayed hidden so long. At well over fifty years old, I've been separating chaff from grain for many years in my reading on similar topics. So, when I finished Beyond My Wildest Dreams my very first thought was, "Where has this book been?" The second was," Why didn't I know about it" and lastly, "What happened to her afterward--Where is she now?"

The answer to question one is, of course, it's still in print and you found it. Buy it while that's true. It is a definite keeper.

Why didn't I know about it? Why did it not come up along with Strieber, Hopkins, Jacobs, and others? I think it must be because it was her first (and as yet only) book--certainly not ill-speaking the other authors (all of whom are in my "grain" category, btw). Can't explain it. She has another book coming out in the near future.

What happened to her afterward? You can find her. She is well. Look for her on FaceBook.
Άνουβις
Kim Carlsberg has done a really great job of telling us the many experiences that she had with the alien entities during the early years. I get the impression that she is a very caring person who wants to reach out and help others who have similar experiences or who have loved ones who have experienced this unplesant phenomena. I greatly appreciate her struggle to tell all the truth no matter how embarassing and painful it was to her. It is plain to me that she has suffered greatly and lost much in her efforts to bring this information to the rest of the world. This book is a great help in verifying the experiences of others and will be helpful to any who have no knowledge or experience with the Alien UFO phenomena. The quality artwork by Darryl Anka is a great asset in understanding this information.
OTANO
I had watched a talk show over ten years ago, where the author was detailing her abduction experiences. I was fasinated. She had said then that she was in the process of having a book published, and I had never forgotten what the title was. I finally got the book, and it's a great read. The illustration is a bit child-like, so don't let that throw you off. It's fast paced reading that goes over alot of her many abductions. It's really made me sit up and take note of the fact that there is so much more going on in our "reality", than I had ever considered. I find myself being able to put myself "in her shoes" and feel her horror as she goes through all that the "Greys" have put her through. I mean really, this is out-of-this-world stuff in the most literal sense. If you are an open-minded person, that can think outside of your comfort zone, this book will fasinate you. I've always believed that we are not alone, and I believe that even more now. A well done book!
C.C.
~Nebraska