Third Displacement

Cosmobiology, Cosmolocality, Cosmosocioecology

By John Hart

Foreword by Jacques F. Vallee

Afterword by John F. Haught

Third Displacement

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Third Displacement

Cosmobiology, Cosmolocality, Cosmosocioecology

By John Hart

Foreword by Jacques F. Vallee

Afterword by John F. Haught

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  • Pages: 306
  • Publication Date: 2/5/2020
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About-

The question, “Are we alone in the cosmos?” has been answered. We are not alone.



Geologist-paleontologist Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, SJ, stated, as early as the mid-1920s, that intelligent life likely exists elsewhere and distinguished scientists of today, including Harvard biologist, E. O. Wilson; Cambridge cosmologist, Stephen Hawking; astrophysicist and noted UAP researcher, Jacques Vallee; astronomer, Allen Hynek; and many others concur. The oral traditions of Native American elders teach that they have interacted periodically with Star People who are respected ancestors. Credible witness-participants today describe abductions by benevolent and malevolent Others. Discoveries by the Kepler, Hubble, and Gaia space telescopes, ground-based arrays of radio telescopes, and TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite) suggest that in the Milky Way, twenty-five billion planets are in the life-friendly Goldilocks Zone.



In Third Displacement: Cosmobiology, Cosmolocality, Cosmosocioecology, author John Hart links experiences with research in science-based and Spirit-focused books and articles—including narratives about close encounters with Visitors from elsewhere in space (ETI) or Others from other cosmos dimensions (IDI)—in examination of the claim that Intelligent ExoEarth life exists, that Otherkind has visited humankind.

Endorsements & Reviews-

“Astrobiologists and Ufologists do not invite each other to their respective BBQs. In this comprehensive new book, hospitable John Hart invites into a single conversation hard-nosed scientists right along with those who study visitation by extraterrestrial, interdimensional, and transdimensional intelligent life. We need this conversation and Dr. Hart delivers it.”

—Ted Peters, co-editor of Theology and Science



The Third Displacement marks the consummation of years of reflection on the psychological, spiritual, and ethical ramifications for humankind should the de-centering associated with Copernicus and Darwin be completed. This is a serious, distinctive, and thought-provoking exploration from an author who engagingly, if controversially, affirms that contact has already occurred.”

—John Hedley Brooke, Emeritus Professor of Science & Religion, University of Oxford



“In recent years, Hart has turned his attention to the possibility of intelligent life beyond Earth’s biosphere, triggered by an encounter, decades ago, with an unidentified aerial phenomenon. Third Displacement concludes a trilogy in which he takes readers along during his own journey into the great beyond. This is a work that will fascinate all open-minded explorers. If you have ever wondered whether there was intelligent life beyond the earthy biosphere, read this book.”

—Bron Taylor, author of Dark Green Religion: Nature Spirituality and the Planetary Future

Contributors-

John Hart
Jacques F. Vallee
John F. Haught

Bio(s)-

John Hart is Emeritus Professor of Christian Ethics, Boston University School of Theology. He served as founding Director of the Environmental Studies Program and was Professor of Theology at Carroll College, Helena, Montana. He is the editor of The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Religion and Ecology and author of seven books, including the Cosmos Contact trilogy.


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