Round Robin: a Factual & Non-Sectarian Publication Issued in the Interests of Borderland Sciences Research Associates (BSRA). Volume XIV, Nos. 1-6

Layne, Meade

Published by Borderland Sciences Research 1958-1959, 1958
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Sm 4to. Original stapled soft covers, issued in mimeographed format. Various pagination. Layne was a big proponent of UFOs and Etherians who influenced our mythology and religion. Articles include subjects covering Pyramid, Yada, Ball lighting, Electrical ghosts, UFOs, Space travel, Ethers, etc. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Round Robin: a Factual & Non-Sectarian ...
Publisher: Borderland Sciences Research 1958-1959
Publication Date: 1958
Binding: Wraps
Illustrator: Not Illustrated
Book Condition: VG/--

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Book Description Borderland Sciences Research Associates 1958-1959, San Diego, CA, 1958. Wraps. Book Condition: VG/NO DUSTJACKET. Not Illustrated (illustrator). Sm 4to. Original stapled soft covers, issued in mimeographed format. Various pagination. Layne was a big proponent of UFOs and Etherians who influenced our mythology and religion. Articles include subjects covering Pyramid, Yada, Ball lighting, Electrical ghosts, UFOs, Space travel, Ethers, etc. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS295678

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