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Occult & Paranormal
  • Author:
    Charles James Hall
  • ISBN:
    1410733955
  • ISBN13:
    978-1410733955
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  • Publisher:
    AuthorHouse (May 13, 2003)
  • Pages:
    360 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Occult & Paranormal
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  • Rating:
    4.9
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Charles James Hall is a physicist and an y professional. He and his wife make their home in Albuquerque, NewMexico.

Charles James Hall is a physicist and an y professional. All of their children are grown with the last one moved onto the UNMcampus in the fall of 2002. Nervous children everywhere can see in theMillennial Hospitality series that you never can tell what mischief yourparents might get into once the children leave home.

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by Charles James Hall. Millennial Hospitality IV. Charles James Hall. After a couple more minutes passed, the numbness finally left my throat and I found myself just barely able to speak. He called the bridegroom aside and said, "Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had too much to drink; but you have saved the best till no. - - John 2:9,10. The Road Home is full of suspense and more than a few surprises.

Millennial Hospitality - Charles James Hall. I have enjoyed telling family, friends, and the wonderful people whom I have met at book signings the story of how the Millennial Hospitality series came into being. I thought other readers might like to hear it as well. Over the last 18 years, from time to time when I entered the room where my husband sat at the computer, I noticed that he would quickly shut the screen that he was working on.

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He called the bridegroom aside and said, "Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the.

He called the bridegroom aside and said, "Everyone brings out the choice wine first and then the cheaper wine after the guests have had too much to drink; but you have saved the best till now." -- John 2:9,10

The Road Home is full of suspense and more than a few surprises.


Tantil
I thank Charles and his wife Marie for making this book possible. His experience answers many questions I have had in the puzzle regarding UFOs, aliens and even religious belief. I thank the military for screwing up and not making Charles subject to the security code in revealing his story. The tall whites have made this story possible, even though only a few will believe it, I have done my research and know military methods and believe every word.
I like the bible quotes and if Marie reads this I would suggest she check out the book "Dear and Glorious Physician" the story of St Luke by Taylor Caldwell.
Also, I think this story would make a blockbuster of a movie whether it is believed or not. I'm sure the black suits would probably discorage it being made as well. Keep the people dumbed down is their policy.
I believe Charles was sent to Vietnam after a disruption in the command structure caused a shake up and the new broom wanted an officer to do the simple job Charles was doing because an officer is considered on an indefinite military obligation and they could control him. Charles was on a first enlistment and they attempted to bribe him by offering him an Academy appointment and return to be part of this special secret unit with the Air Force. I suspect they did not want him to return from Vietnam and write these books but he survived in spite of possibly being targeted and now we know but few believe the implications to our country in having all this new technology that probably allows faster than light speed and even colonies on nearby planets ongoing in secret programs.
I just watched a video on utube of a group of college age kids going to area51 to take pictures and they stop at the sign to go no further or risk deadly force. They are filming all around and then it happens, a tall white figure walks before them in a flash and they panic and leave. The film shows a few frames of a tall white figure in a white jump suit and a head device zipping on camera 30feet or so away. This figure is dressed exactly like Charles described range 4 harry and others he encountered.
When will mankind know the truth that we are not alone and are being kept in the dark and suppressed all these years because of an elite control group within our democracy has more power than elected government? Someday history will call this period of time "the new dark ages" where technology was suppressed and truth was denied.
Erienan
Although repetitious in style & delivery, it nonetheless delivers a factual account of military life through the eyewitness. His descriptions of both the Nevada desert and Vietnam jungle displayed contrasting details only one who served in both places would recollect. As for the guests from the ranges, it was captivating. I was disturbed, however, how flippantly Pamela's behavior was dismissed nearly costing someone's life. However, she must have received a strong rebuke in private by the Teacher and Ambassador. Parallels can be found throughout history of cultures colliding upon first contact. Misunderstandings can happen with a new neighbor next door! Over time peoples get used to each other as bonds of understanding grows. I personally think they are very much human, only a little different from what we are accustomed to. How surprising it would be to discover we may have relatives all over the universe from a creator who builds worlds for his children.
Fordrekelv
This is the third book in a five book series about a young airman who, while working on the "ranges" as a weather observer, discovers that he is not alone. The ranges are areas of desert outside Las Vegas on the Indian Springs Air Force Base where pilots make practice bombing runs and strafing runs. The author, Charles Hall, is claiming that these tales of contact with aliens are autobiographical and based on true events. I've very much enjoyed reading the series of books so far, I'm nearing the end of book four. I've found that Hall has a very readable style of writing. The books are written in the first person and the one thing I find annoying about the books is that if true, Mr. Hall had a quite protracted period of feeling that he was going insane or that the heat was getting to him whenever he encountered an alien. This seems to have caused a timidity in relating to the beings and opportunity to communicate with creatures from another planet seems to have been lost, and if this is fiction (wink), a chance to take the story in more interesting directions is lost in favor of a repetitive, overly drawn out literary device.

In respect to this book, book three, it is my favorite in the series so far. The book is a two part affair with the first half taking place in the now familiar location of the ranges, and the second half recounts Mr. Halls experience in Viet Nam. This book seems to be a cut above the others in that Mr. Halt gives a sometimes beautiful account of his life with prose that rises above the genre to the level of literature. Mr Hall writes in a way that imparts humor and speculates intelligently on the strange phenomenon he encounters and also he allows the reader in to his thinking and feelings during these periods of his life. This style is engaging and for me, created a feeling of empathy which helped in the suspension of disbelief while reading of the strange and unique encounters in the Nevada desert. Where book three really shined was in the second half of the book when Mr. Hall is in country during the Viet Nam war. I found the writing in these passages to be nothing short of beautiful. There are parts of the book which are told through the lens of Mr. Halls Christian beliefs. Even though I don't share these beliefs, I'm glad Mr. Hall makes these thoughts part of the narrative. They additionally inform the reader since they a part of the foundation of Mr. Hall's world view and I've never read any other book in which the writer weaves in his/her religious beliefs. In any event it isn't over bearing or preachy and is only a small part of his overall thoughts while going through these experiences. This series is very unique and I'm enjoying it very much. I'm glad I purchase them.

At the time of writing this review, I'm 3/4 of the way through book 4. I've read the series in order.