Comments of some scientific readers

“If the hypothesis, fascinating I must admit, of Eric Julien is verified directly or indirectly, so yes, that would explain all the paranormal, I indeed say all the SUPERNATURAL, more exactly all the NATURAL NOT ALREADY EXPLAINED, and one must give to him the Nobel prize of physics”. Michel Carmassi (Phd) French Physicist

“The demonstration is convincing! … I find the whole very well structured and interesting; as for the innovative aspect, not to worry.” Michel Actis, Doctor in Physics, France.

“I am happy to be useful to you. Your views on the phenomenon of time are very interesting to my colleagues and myself.” Alexander Levich, Physicist, President of the Institute of Time Nature Exploration, Russia.

“My opinion of this book is that it is highly coherent. … It is okay that it is coherent, but it is not enough that the pieces all agree among themselves: do they agree with the reality of things? That is where it becomes interesting. In fact, its field of investigation ranges from the microscopic (a study of matter at the fundamental level, the internal structure of the wave of matter, the structure of the electron and of light, the structure of space and of time, fundamental forces, energy, heat, and so on) to the macroscopic (a study of the formation of the galaxies, of gravitation at the universal scale, of missing mass, and so on); giving explanations that are plausible, coherent, and in accordance with the observations that quantum physics and astrophysics have been able to provide but not to explain. … In this sense, it lays the foundations of a new physics with a vision that is unifying and finally fundamentally simple (although abstract), meanwhile paying homage to the labors of those whose ideas have served him in the effort to make explicit, in scientific language, what he had in mind (Ari Letho, Jean-Pierre Garnier-Malet, and so on). … It becomes clear that his theory goes much further than what already exists, and that it is innovative. … The coherence includes paranormal effects (psychic abilities, telepathy, displacement in the spiritual body, memory of dreams, and so on) and explanations relative to the effects of UFOs (displacement of the ships, various visual effects, missing time, creation of crop circles, radiant impacts on nature, and so on). There it become a theory of the super-all, but one that does not need all kinds of lumps to succeed in unifying the various elements: all is based on one unique concept. It s probably one of the best books ever published in ufology from a scientific point of view.” Pascal di Scala, Professor of Mathematics, France.

Having had scientific training (Centrale School Engineer Paris), I found in the book of Eric Julien a well argued development in favor of his absolute Relativity. This new approach, which upsets our usual concepts, seems me to propose solid answers to currently unsolved scientific problems. And, more important in my eyes still, absolute Relativity brings something essential for the comprehension of the spiritual world. I thus can only highly recommend the reading of this book to any person eager to understand who we are . Philippe Pellaumail 44800 Saint-Herblain, France.

“Eric Julien has worked much to assimilate the laws of physics in their latest development: limited and generalized relativity, quantum mechanics, cosmology. He uses his knowledge of these domains to draw up a theory that would explain the existence of extraterrestrials and how they would reach us, even living so far from us on the universal scale. … This book is very clever, and being scientifically trained, I would have to study it closely to detect possible tricks. In any case this book is a scientific mine. Competent physicists would need to give their opinions on the method and the results. I am pleased to signal the enormous scientific work behind and the certain interest in this book beyond the polemics that it may engender here and there. … This book deserves to be read for the scientific knowledge that it provides. …” Alain Pelosato, Editor in Chief of Science-Fiction Magazine.

Comments of some professional readers

It is huge, it s like a Copernicus revolution just like the one in every millennium in sciences. This may be the most important book ever published on UFOs. I am still suspicious of theories-that-explain-it-all, but this book blew me away and I am bluffed . Michel Picard, author of Les OVNIs, laboratoire du futur (UFOs, Laboratory of Future)

I am still so impressed by your monumental Work that words are missing to express to you the state of plenitude in which it put me in since its discovery, as of its release. Following the good advice of Mr Gurdjieff, I finished his third reading at a rate of a good hour, daily. (Former teacher; to understand is one thing but it is still necessary to have the capacity to express it. What a book!) ( ) Be deeply thanked. 45 years of research and experimentations overall propose many outcomes. You just delivered the Key. I remain startled. Not being of adulating nature, I confess to find myself, this time, exceptionally fulfilled. May your Extra-Knowledge finally illuminate this incipient millennium. Humbly Michel Thomas, France.

“I have no doubt of the great success that your work will have. … I need to admit to you that I consider myself a skeptic, as much on the subject of religion as on the subject of extraterrestrials, but your book has attracted my interest and my scientific curiosity. Although the subject of UFOs did not especially appeal to me, which is to say that it was not a cause for concern in my life, your book is so well written and so well founded that I would really be pleased to translate it.” Carlos Teixera, Translator, Brazil.

“All that I can do is to define your work by what it is not; it is not at all superficial! The tone of the account is constructive and optimistic, the recourse to the first person plural engaging the reader in a direct dialogue with the author. The utmost interest is constantly maintained by means of the prescient questions scattered through the text.” Sorina Sabau, Translator, Romania.

“Eric Julien provides explanations that are plausible, coherent, and in my humble opinion as someone not expert in the domain of the sciences, also all new in the field of Ufology. One of the greatest virtues of the work is its total coherence and cohesion, as all the subjects dealt with are perfectly argued, developed, and justified with respect to the goal that it had set for itself. In addition, it is written in simple and direct language, without academic jargon, in a style that makes understanding it easy and makes reading it a truly pleasant pastime. … I would like to offer you my congratulations, as you have created, in my opinion, a document that is truly intelligent, solid, well documented, and very pleasant to read.” Cristina Rodriguez, Translator, Spain.

“Among the books, so numerous, that enlighten us about the civilizations of the Extraterrestrials, and about paranormal phenomena such as UFOs, that of Eric Julien, The Science of the Extraterrestrials, seems to me to be unique. First, in a referential context, in full mastery of a fluid style of writing, by its logic of reasoning and the organization of its chapters, it provokes an internal conversation in the reader. Then, in order to convince, it argues as objectively as possible, adopting a didactic tone with a clear syntax, without ambiguity, without implications. It is a reading understandable to all; this is very important for the diffusion of its paradigm. As for the content of his work, it takes us to a Space-Time in comparison with which all that has been said and written is nothing! … To go beyond our civilizations almost exclusively devoted to materialism, the work of Eric Julien permits me to be less pessimistic and to believe that the scientific community will look into his theory, certainly a breathtaking prospect: a great revolution of thought may change the course of our human evolution.” Suzie Fontaine, University Professor, Italy.

“I have glanced through the work, and it seems to me to be interesting and to provide precise answers. This is not the case with other Ufological books, reflecting more intellectual masturbation than level-headed reflection, as is the case in this book. I like the third part, which provides certain explanations about UFO appearances with diagrams to back them up, and responds to questioning (about propulsion, and so on). Regardless of its origin, I find that the manuscript is well put together, well written, readily understandable, and deserving of at least as much attention as the works constantly cited in reference although they have provided nothing new in 30 or 40 years.” Bernard Thouanel, Editor in Chief of VSD Hors Serie specialised in UFOs, France..

“Today, even if science has helped us to explain the appearance of lightning, one retains a sense of powerlessness before the UFO. The work is all the more daring as it sets out to broach the subject of and to explain, with the scientific means available, this mysterious and controversial phenomenon. I need to warn you that the point of view on the work is that of a translator, thus of just anyone who does not possess the scientific information necessary to grasp in depth the explanations offered, and thus to realize the dimensions of the discovery. … If in the first part the reader is, little by little, familiarized with the problems that the discussion of this subject implies, in the second part the theory of Absolute Relativity will satisfy one’s curiosity by offering responses to the questions that arise as fast as the reading proceeds. The successive stages, marks of philosophical reflections, provide fluidity to the writing, which becomes light, far from transforming itself into a strictly technical text. … The explanations offered by the author make us enter another zone, and they aim at good sense and human capacity for understanding. The solution is simpler than expected: the structuring of time in 3 dimensions, in combination with the space-time relationship. The reasoning is well constructed and relevant, and it lets it be understood that the explanation happened to be in our reach, that one needed to make only the slightest effort to make the great discovery oneself. At the same time, it shows us the limits of our thought, and the risks it runs by following prefabricated logic. There is no need to force oneself to use Amstrong’s words (‘one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind’) concerning this work. The idea that an explanation for UFOs has been found, this lightning in the sky of the primitives, makes us think that what remains to be discovered is spectacular. One realizes that humanity has entered a new epoch, a new stage of development. In conclusion, it is necessary to note the profoundly humanistic message at the end of the work, where the author seeks to move us away from the false conviction that ETs represent a menace to our existence by pointing out to us the real danger, humanity itself, from the errors it commits.” Violeta Birtan, Translator, Romania.

“The fundamental thing that Eric Julien requests of us is not to believe but to understand, to doubt our knowledge, because only through doubt can we show our intelligence and nourish it. … ‘Intellectual strabismus never leads to the truth.’ A sentence that makes us think, that leaves us perplexed, because for the first time we are before a bifurcation: to doubt our knowledge and put in question all we have learned up to now, or instead to open our horizons and finally understand who we are in reality. But will we ever be in a position to brave such a journey?” Valentina Sommella, Translator, Italy.

“Well, ‘hats off,’ and what a nice surprise, I just glanced through Eric Julien’s book; it is a brick, but well spaced out by numerous diagrams and drawings. Diagrams sometimes of great complexity, sometimes of ‘lovely simplicity’ without ‘vulgar’ vulgarization. … It has taken its time to explain things well, point by point. All the same, the second part will remain reserved to the specialists, math aficionados, and lovers of modern theories–and others passionate about quantum physics. The neurons work, a little, or a lot to the point of insanity. … The last part will please all, including the ‘ground Ufologists’ who will be able to compare their data with the theories of Eric Julien. I applaud Eric Julien, who has an impartial book there. … The tone is cheerful and optimistic, and the literary style pleasant for such complex subjects.” Didier Herbots, Ufologist, Belgium.

“In view of the very rich and very incisive content, we can thank your publisher, as it is courageous. … If people deign to contemplate your presentations of the nature of time, they will also be able to pose the good questions to themselves. … Goodness, it includes some beautiful things! … It is very well explained, a sheer marvel! … And very impressive in its precision. The work that you have done is so powerful. … It is BEAUTIFUL, what you explain. … A thousand thanks again!” Bernard Goepp, France.

“I have read many manuscripts of this type, so … well, my surprise was not just considerable but overwhelming! … The manuscript needs reading, reading at all costs! … Truly an Adam-like man! His scaffolding of ideas, even insolent given the current erudition of certain points of view, but for all that not faulty, is not inclined to collapse; on the contrary, every page reveals to us arguments that one can not easily contradict. Understanding is put to the test for superficial readers, who can not realize that they are refuting a bedtime story! So much the worse for them! To cultivate the paradox, as principle and criterion, in order to inculcate in or even impose on the reader a reality that belongs to him and of which he is unaware, is quite redoubtable! But … what an accomplishment for the reader! … Its style and its writing are very easy, skipping along; ironic accents are not lacking, and there are assertions that awaken the interest and transport the reader to worlds never known. The text and the images find their appropriate place in the economy of the work. The importance of the ideation of the author, the depth of his analyses, so unusual, this magical universe, overwhelm and permit us at least to glimpse, if not to understand, what we really are, how our Universe properly speaking is defined, and in what manner it is to be envisaged! This author, writing at the start of the 21st Century (Einstein wrote at the start of the last century–coincidence?), makes us part of his very daring ideas, daring not only for the domain of mathematics (or contemporary physics) but also for other domains that fascinate and of which the abysses seem, apparently, uncontrollable by our weak intellectual capacity! But … SURPRISE! The author opens for us a hidden window, almost never known! I invite you to look at the landscape! It is incredible and … it is real!” Vasilica Rascanu, Senior Editor, Romania.

“As for my opinion of the book, I think that it is revolutionary, an invitation to everyone with enough sensitivity and wisdom to understand that the material world is not the only truth, and that we are part of the evolution that continues in other spheres, not yet visible to us. … I am sure that you are now so intrigued that you want to know more about it. I would like to invite you to open (yet further) your spirit, and to come with me on a voyage of exploration. Be among the explorers of the new world of your generation, and do not miss this chance!” Karin Lemmen, Translator, Holland.

“The book is more than excellent in its ideas and its style. … I have had a wonderful adventure. Thank you.” Nahed Ragai, Translator, Egypt.