New book 'Cosmic Revelation' explores the concept of extraterrestrial life

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Arab Today, arab today New book 'Cosmic Revelation' explores the concept of extraterrestrial life

'Cosmic Revelation'
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The human race has always been fascinated by the stars. Indeed questions such as is there life out there? And is humanity alone in this vast universe? It has long been asked by a multitude of people since the dawn of man. But the majority of the human population has always looked upon the concept as nothing more than wishful imaginings and farfetched ideas. But what if extra-terrestrials are real and they are merely kept secret by an over-zealous government. In “COSMIC REVELATION,” author Robert Blazier has written a highly engrossing new book on this very concept.
“COSMIC REVELATION” follows Tim Drexler who upon concluding his government investigation of the UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1998, carried within him classified information that he was duty-bound to keep secret. He had received a message from extraterrestrial people of a far advanced civilization, which if made known would reveal a sinister agenda being developed here on Earth. The message included vital information concerning an impending transition that would place American democracy under the control of a one-world government.
This enthralling read shows readers how real extra-terrestrial life can be. “COSMIC REVELATION” is a thrilling new take on the science fiction genre.
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About the Author
Robert Blazier was born in McKees Rocks, Pa. in 1923. After his mother died in 1926, he was raised by his father with help from his grandparents. He grew up during a period when living conditions were uncertain and necessities were not easily attained. He enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War 11 and served in the Pacific theater. While stationed at the Ewa Air Station on Oahu, he was editor of "The Gizz-Mo", a servicemen's publication of news and human interest articles. He completed a business law course through the Marine Institute and earned a paralegal degree after returning to civilian life. Now a widower, Blazier enjoys the loving relationship of three children, seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.


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