Is ET Disclosure right under our nose and we don’t recognize it?
We are the Disclosure is the name of ET/UFO researcher Miguel Mendonca’s brand new book, in two volumes.
Loaded with great insights and a spectrum of interpretations about the ET disclosure subject and the phenomenon of extraterrestrial life and our engagement with it, “Disclosure” is more than just a grouping of “experts” who have much to share. Together, it draws a tapestry; a life story with many, many chapters, teaming with overwhelming evidence that a. ET presence is a reality and b. There’s little to no chance that our official governments will ever disclose that such a reality exists.
In this, my second interview with Miguel he delves deeply into his personal and societal philosophy about our so-called authorities and why it is absolutely imperative that we take the disclosure issue (and other such truths) into our own hands.
This conversation definitely went places I hadn’t suspected, but I was delighted to hear him speak so candidly and passionately about the misgivings many of us have had for years and generations about looking to outside sources (mainly “authorities”) for truth in all corners of our world, when in fact as he quoted…
Only a fool looks to a liar for the truth!
With that, I bet you can imagine where this conversation was going, or can you?
I guarantee that you’ll be drawn in to what he had to say and perhaps feel a sense of urgency to take on “truth” in a whole new light.
We are the Disclosure features interviews with 27 prominent voices: researchers, experiencers, authors, interviewers, and even archaeologists about the ET disclosure subject.
Included in that list are: Lyn Buchanan, Michael Cremo, Klaus Dona, Stanton Friedman, Robert Fullington, Marilyn Gewacke, Rey Hernandez, Gary Heseltine, C. B. Scott Jones, Jujuolui Kuita, Barbara Lamb, Vanessa Lamorte, Rita Louise, Jim Marrs, CristiAnne Quiros, Mary Rodwell, Derek Savory, Lee Speigel, Leo Sprinkle, Clifford Stone, Victor Viggiani, Milton Wainwright, Alfred Lambremont Webre, Jerry Wills and Rebecca Hardcastle Wright.
Yours truly was also humbled and honored do be featured in part one of the book!
As I promised during my chat with Miguel, I wanted to give you a flavor for the questions that he asked to each of us, in order to draw this composite that became We Are the Disclosure.
Here are those questions. (Perhaps you might ponder how you would answer some of these questions for yourself as you’re reading along)…
- How did you get involved in this field?
- How do you define Ufology?
- How has the field developed?
- Do you think Ufology is still a useful term?
- What is the best evidence for ET interaction on this planet?
- What are the implications?
- What does this field offer society?
- Do you believe the subject has been suppressed?
- What is your area of specific interest in the field?
- What is it about the encounter experience that attracts you?
- What have you discovered?
- How have you shared your findings?
- What has been the effect of your work?
- How can we get this subject taken seriously in our culture?
- What is your understanding of public opinion on the field?
- What is your idea of success for this field?
- What do you believe is the best strategy for success?
- What do you think would be the effect of Disclosure?
- Have you felt guidance in doing this work?
- Do you have an ET aspect?
Feel free to answer a question that you feel pertains to you and submit a comment below. I’d love to hear what you have to say too!
Meet the Hybrids by Miguel Mendonca
Miguel Mendonça is an Anglo-Azorean writer based in Bristol, England. He gained an honors degree in geography and history, and studied social science and environmental ethics at postgraduate level. Miguel studied and worked in the sustainability field for ten years, becoming an authority on renewable energy policy. While serving as Research Manager for an international NGO he wrote textbooks, book chapters, articles, papers and studies, providing an evidence base for campaigners around the world to push for better renewable energy laws in their jurisdictions. He lectured internationally and worked with campaigners from NGOs, politics, finance, industry and civil society on coalition building and strategy. His work contributed to the introduction of new laws in several countries and states. Miguel now writes fiction and non-fiction on ufology, politics, relationships, spirituality and consciousness.
If you enjoyed this interview, you definitely won’t want to miss my first discussion with Miguel based on his previous book on the phenomenon Meet the Hybrids. Listen to it here!