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Inside The Spaceships By George Adamski, I believe in this book that George Adamski is telling us of his perception of the truth about his adventures with the people on board the spaceships coming here from other worlds in our universe. Adamski mentions in the book his first look at outer space through a porthole of the spaceship. He said that outer space was inky black with what looked like thousands fireflies flickering in space near the portholes of the spaceship. Nine years after Adamski's experience in space, John Glen saw, reported and photographed this same firefly phenomenon flickering in space near his space capsules windows.
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- INSIDE THE SPACE SHIPS
- George Adamski
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- NY: Abelard-Schuman
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