Sunday, October 4, 2009

UFO Magazine: Where are the Women?, Patrice Chaplin, Contactee Elizabeth Klarer



The current UFO magazine has an article by Women of Esoterica contributor Lesley Gunter: Where, Oh Where, Are the Women? Lesley discusses the lack of women (still!) on UFO and paranormal television programming.

Sean Casteel has an article: Patrice Chaplin's Love Affair with the City of Secrets, about author Patrice Chaplin, who is a fascinating person. Daughter in law of Charles Chaplin, author of books such as Siesta -- which was made into one of my favorite films, with Gabriel Byrne -- has an intriguing life concerning true esoterica and the Holy Grail. Her book City of Secrets: One Woman's True-life Journey to the Heart of the Grail Legend (quest Books, 2008) details her explorations in Spain and Europe into this realm of esoteric knowledge.

My article this month is about the South African contactee Elizabeth Klarer.

Other great articles in the issue as well, including Alfred Lehmberg's review (Provenance Is!) of David Cherniack's documentary UFOs: The Secret History. Stanton Friedman responds to criticisms about his research: Kimball, Smith, Bush, MJ-12, and Nick Redfern gives us the first half of a two part article: Unlocking the Real X-Files.


3 comments:

Lesley said...

At least we have plenty of women in UFO Mag!

Tammy said...

It would appear that aliens are either unisex or sexless. No one ever identifies them as being anything other than "it" or "he". Maybe they have yet to correct the genetic modifications needed for women beyond the realm of earth.

Regan Lee said...

Lesley: true! Thanks to editor Nancy Birnes...

Tammy: interesting that the current UFO scenario appears to be that way, although there are exceptions,and during the Contactee era, there were both clearly male and female beings...