18 Best Books About Aliens Update 05/2022

Chariots of the Gods by Erich Von Daniken

Find out about the book that first proposed the idea that Earth made contact with aliens in the distant past.

The Lives of Tao by Wesley Chu

An ancient alien called Tao was in Roen’s brain when he woke up. Tao’s race came to Earth before the first fish came out of the oceans. It has been a long time since the aliens split into two groups: the peaceful Prophus and the savage, powerful Genjix. They have been fighting each other for centuries. It’s a goal for both sides to find a way to leave the planet. The Genjix will sacrifice the entire human race if that’s what it takes to get there.

UFOs by Leslie Kean

The material in this book is sobering, unflinching, and awe-inspiring, and it moves us toward a goal of properly addressing this global mystery.

The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells

The War of the Worlds is one of the best examples of alien invasion. It shows a terrifying, tentacled race of Martians who destroy the Earth and eat humans while their voracious red weed spreads across the planet.

H.G. Wells is the author of many science fiction stories, including stories about alien invasions. The book tells the story of an alien invasion from Mars in the south of England. War of the Worlds came out in hardcover in 1898. It has never been out of print, and it has never been out of print.

Beyond Area 51 by Mack Maloney

The truth can’t stay hidden for very long. Uncover the mysteries of the world’s most secret places, like Area 51 and more.

Binti: The Complete Trilogy by Nnedi Okorafor

In her novella, Nnedi Okorafor told us about Binti, a young Himba girl who had a chance of a lifetime: to go to the prestigious Oomza University, which Okorafor won two awards for. Binti’s math skills and ability to use astrolabes make her a good candidate for this interstellar journey, even though her family is worried.

The Synchronicity Key by David Wilcock

History, astrology, and synchronicity theory are used by Wilcock to show that there is a hidden architecture in time that leads people and countries through a system of enlightenment that Joseph Campbell called the Hero’s Journey.

Arrival by Ted Chiang

Arrival is a story about people who have to deal with a lot of sudden change. It gives the reader both a sense of the very strange and the heartbreakingly familiar. It’s called “Story of Your Life,” and it’s the inspiration for Arrival, a film about aliens who show up on Earth.

The Source Field Investigations by David Wilcock

David Wilcock, the New York Times best-selling author of Awakening in the Dream, will lead you on a tour of the world’s most amazing scientific mysteries. You’ll learn a lot about these things from him.

The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin

A lone human ambassador is sent to the ice-bound planet of Winter, where there is no sexual prejudice and the genders of the people aren’t fixed. His goal is to help Winter become a part of a growing intergalactic civilization. Bridge the gap between his own views and those of the strange, interesting culture he meets.

The Ascension Mysteries by David Wilcock

The Ascension Mysteries is a book that takes readers on a journey through the history of the universe, looking at the great cosmic battle that took place around our own ascension.

Ammonite by Nicola Griffith

Ammonite is an unforgettable book that makes you think about gender and humanity in a new way. It’s fun for readers to follow Marghe’s journey through an unknown world, but they also go on their own journey of self-discovery.

The Eyes of the Sphinx by Erich Von Daniken

Chariots of the Gods, a best-selling book, pushed the idea that ancient Earth had contact with aliens. Here is proof that Erich von Däniken’s book, The Eyes of the Sphinx, could show it.

The Andromeda Strain by Michael Crichton

When a military space probe was sent to collect extraterrestrial organisms from the upper atmosphere, it was knocked out of orbit and fell back down to the ground on Earth. At least 12 miles from the crash site, residents of a sleepy desert town in Arizona are terrorized by a mysterious and lethal phenomenon that leaves only two people alive: an elderly addict and a newborn.

The Stargate Conspiracy by Lynn Picknett

In recent years, alternative historians have gained a lot of knowledge about the mysteries of ancient Egypt. But Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince say that their findings are linked to a dangerous conspiracy that has been going on for 50 years.

UFOs in Wartime by Mack Maloney

A man named Mack Maloney says that there are UFOs in Renaissance art, on coins from the past and even in the Bible. Another surprise is where they are most often documented: in times of war.

Arthur C. Clarke, Childhood’s End (1953)

This book is about the Overlords, a group of aliens who came to Earth and took over the world. We don’t have to worry about anything because the invasion is peaceful It is a utopia that the Overlords are going to build on Earth. But what does that say about us?

Jeff Vandermeer, Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy (2014)

It’s a book by Jeff Vandermeer called Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy. It combines alien invasion with genetic mutations that have gone awry. The Southern Reach is a government agency that will keep an eye on Area X, a mysterious ecological anomaly that came from another planet. The three books in the Southern Reach Trilogy are Annihilation, Authority, and Acceptance. The books are science fiction that comes close to being scary. Avoid nightmares by reading these books during the day or leaving the lights on when you go to bed. If you live in Florida, where Vandermeer got the idea for Area X from, this piece of advice is especially important.

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