Wednesday, March 18, 2009

German Edition of Dark Mission Released



I got my copy of the German edition of Dark Mission in the mail the other day. It's pretty cool, but a bit weird to look at.

8 comments:

Sphinx said...

Congrats Mike!

david nineteenpointfive said...

Sehr gut, und wunderbar. Das ist ausgezeichnet.

Christopher Knowles said...

Hey Mike,

Did you see what ISiS did today?

leeo said...

Well, the German title and sub title are very different from the English edition. Not quite the same.

MeanGreen said...

Mike - Why didn't Richard Hoagland "get with" Vladimir Avinsky or Walter Hain "back in the day" to help with his(team) research into the "CYDONIA" mystery?

Christopher Knowles - Thanks for the link, you no what is missing? In the background "Billy Thorpe's - Children of the Sun"! ;-)

Champ McKiver said...

For DMII, is there a possibility for a glossary section on ritualistic dates and numbers? For example, when you looked up July 4, it would list why it was important because..., etc. Readers can then use it to decipher things they see in current events to important ritual dates listed in your glossary. The other day when the shuttle lifted off, I wanted to know if the day's date was significant somehow for example. =)

Mike Bara said...

Actually, I could do this as a blog post. I'll put it on my to-do list, which is pretty long for this week already.

MeanGreen said...

Mike - Walter Hain is not getting credit where credit is due! ;-)

I "received no answer till today" from Mr. Hoagland, Dr. Carlotto and the others of the investigation teams - only from Vincent DiPietro. -> Walter Hain