While we certainly hope it's a compelling title all by itself -- A.D. After Disclosure -- we still added the sub-title, "The People's Guide to Life After Contact." Here's why:
We want our book to be accessible to people who have never read a UFO book before, to be a "cross-over" project. Given that we're already living in life after contact, albeit in official denial and secrecy, we think it's time to get the general population up-to-speed on the issues so that when the truth finally is widely accepted it won't be such a shock. The reality is that this transition from denial to truth is coming at humankind sooner than later now. When the line gets crossed, it's going to affect everything from the economy and government to religion and science and even media and culture.
The book, weighing in at over 300 pages and going off to the printer in about a week, touches on all these issues. Lurking behind them all is the warning, one we've often heard expressed by concerned observers, that history is replete with cases where the weaker civilization is overwhelmed and ultimately destroyed by the stronger one. Think Cortez and the Aztecs.
We just don't think that has to be the fate of humanity. We do, however, believe that knowing what's coming and being mentally prepared is absolutely the most intelligent thing we can do now to make sure the outcome we get is the best one available when it all goes down.
So we've written a "People's Guide" to the world of A.D., or After Disclosure. We think it may be the first of its kind but it undoubtedly won't be the last. We'll keep updates coming at this site. Meantime, watch the skies!