Here is a book by Richard Dolan and Bryce Zabel that explores possible cultural, psychological, and political outcomes in a post-disclosure world. The book is a fantastic read, but don’t expect a wild ride into a future of unveiled alien technology full of laser beams and Star Trek-like wonders. This book is a solid, level-headed speculation into what might really happen to our world and our perceptions of it once the existence of extraterrestrial beings and interaction with them is formally acknowledged.
The book explores many valid scenarios about how disclosure might happen. Will it be a televised statement from the U.S. President? Will it be an undeniable mass UFO sighting? And what of those people keeping the secret? We know the President has only limited knowledge. Who are the real secret keepers and what is it that might force their hand to fess up to decades of deception?
And what, exactly, will be disclosed? We tend to think of disclosure as an all-or-nothing game. One day we know nothing, the next we know everything. Dolan and Zabel suggest that this might not be the case. We may only be allowed a piecemeal disclosure wherein the secret keepers still hold most of the cards.
If you’re looking for well-grounded exploration of the current state of the UFO phenomenon and where we might find ourselves in a future not too far off, I definitely recommend this book.Check it Out!