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Book Reviews Perceptions Magazine, October 2020







The Real-Life UFO Transformation of Diane Tessman: A Continuous Close Encounter with Future Man = Space Man
By Diane Tessman

Inner Light/Global Communications
P.O. Box 753
New Brunswick, NJ 08903
2020, Paperback, U.S. $20.00
ISBN: 9781606119488

Reviewed by Brent Raynes

Back in 1983, Diane Tessman’s book The Transformation was published by the well-known UFO author, editor, and publisher Timothy Green Beckley, known widely as “Mr. UFO.” In that book, Diane shared her childhood memories of two alien encounters involving a UFO being – actually a human being from our future we’re informed, and how she and this being she calls Tibus, who arrived in a starship, came to have a kind of shared consciousness with Diane.

In the 1983 book, Diane detailed her “channeled messages” with Tibus in which this being predicted climate change, the extinction of many species, social unrest, deadly viruses, and other things we see running amok in our world today.

This new book, also published again by Tim Beckley, continues where the first book left off, with more messages and details of Diane’s life-changing journey and many strange experiences from Ireland, the Netherlands, the Virgin Islands, California, Florida, and back to Iowa where it all began.

Just a few months ago, Diane had another book published, which also compliments the message of this one, for it is entitled Future Humans and the UFOs, and looks at the evidence and speculations, and also recounts her early childhood encounters in which she still remembers being told, “We are from your future.”

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