Grey Aliens and the Harvesting
The Conspiracy to
By Nigel Kerner
Published by Bear & Company
504 pages, paperback
Ascreenwriter and journalist with a background in science, Nigel Kerner is a unique voice in the field of Ufology. His latest book, Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls, could be considered a sequel to his previous work on the greys, Song of the Greys.
When I read the latter several years ago, I was stunned by the originality of his findings and theories. And this book, I am pleased to say, has just as much to offer.
More than twenty years ago, reveals Kerner, his teenage son asked him if UFOs were real. In an attempt to convince his son that it was all a load of nonsense, he began to investigate the subject, but instead found himself adopting the opposite view.
He writes: “I came to the inescapable conclusion that not only were UFO’s real, but that Homo sapiens sapiens... is a genetically farmed species, farmed for the utilitarian purpose of the occupants of the UFOs...”
This is not, unlike many books on the subject, a boring collection of alien abduction experiences and UFO sightings. True, one chapter mentions a number of well-documented UFO sightings. The book is written for an audience who already accept the existence of UFOs and aliens. Those seeking proof should best look elsewhere.
Kerner boldly states that the greys are physically real beings, possess technology far in advance of our own and are working in opposition to humanity’s best interests.
Convinced the greys have a nefarious plan for humanity, Kerner sets out to find some answers, examining the phenomenon on a number of different levels – spiritually, physically, non-physically and metaphysically.
Oddly, for a book supposed to be about grey aliens, they are given little mention. Instead, much of the book consists of Kerner’s philosophy. He expounds his thoughts on God (what he refers to as ‘Godhead’) and how the universe came into being.
Much of this material is interesting and stimulating, if not a little confusing and exhausting. Some of it reminded me of Gnosticism and the Kabbalah, and indeed Kerner quotes from several Gnostic texts.
Kerner believes that there exists, beyond our own entropic universe of parts, “a universe that is eternal and thus timeless, where all the extremes of values that are perfect are inherent and free.” He calls it the ‘Godverse’.
Simply put, Kerner believes that humanity has a link to Godhead, whereas the greys do not. The greys, he says, are partly bio-organic/partly inorganic machines, and therefore lack souls and a means to reproduce.
He explains: “They came looking for our DNA but also found we had something that became more precious to them – a soul... They are here now, looking for a way to beg, borrow, or steal an eternity.”
Kerner examines how the greys have intercepted our evolution since the beginning, altering our DNA to suit their own evil agenda and making us what we are today. Certain races, he suggests, have been subjected to greater genetic manipulation than others – namely, the white Euro-Caucasians, which he describes as “the greatest savages of all kind in the history of our human species.”
Unfortunately, the book is rife with emotional, anti-occidental diatribe, which many readers are bound to find off-putting. In one chapter, for example, Kerner compares the Australian Aborigines to the white Australians, calling the latter “grotesque, white occidental, plastic, modern counterparts...”
One of the greatest merits of the book is its well-researched, scientific content. It is clear to see that Kerner has a good grasp of the sciences, and is up to date with the latest scientific theories. Like the author Greg Braden, he successfully unifies science with spirituality.
Of particular interest to me were Kerner’s thoughts on near-death-experiences (NDEs) and alien abduction. Since, according to Kerner, the greys remain trapped in the physical universe, their ability to reach discarnate humans is extremely limited. Which means, “the closer an individual being is to the Godverse, the more invulnerable it is to the interception of the greys.”
To save ourselves from the greys, says Kerner, we need to find a way back to the Godverse – as was taught by Jesus, Buddha and other great spiritual teachers. Very much a follower of Jesus’ teachings, Kerner has a lot to say about the prophet. He even discusses the Shroud of Turin, and concludes that the cloth is authentic.
While I certainly do not agree with all of Kerner’s conclusions, I found his book a delight to read. Kerner has written a stimulating intellectual adventure with a powerful spiritual message for humankind.
Bear in mind, however, that the title of the book is a little deceiving. It is much more about us and the future of our species than grey aliens and UFOs.