• The Alien Agendas

  • A Speculative Analysis of Those Visiting Earth
  • By: Richard Dolan
  • Narrated by: Bruce Richardson
  • Length: 6 hrs and 21 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (103 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Of the many books on UFOs and aliens, this one may be unique. Richard Dolan, one of the world’s leading historians of the UFO subject, has analyzed the different alien types and agendas based on longstanding patterns observed by witnesses. This is both a careful review of the best evidence we have of human-alien interaction, as well as a bold speculation of just who the aliens are and what they want. 

Dolan’s analysis starts with our ancient prehistory and potential genetic modifications and monitoring by extraterrestrials. He also studies the long history of interaction with perfectly human-looking beings who somehow did not seem as though they were “from here”. Such interactions have continued through the present day. Who are these beings? He also analyzes reports of gray aliens and other types, including reptilian types, insectoid types, hybrid beings, and a range of others. 

With a view toward understanding their psychology, their technological capabilities, and the nature of their interactions with people, he speculates as to what ultimate plans may be. He argues that the alien presence is especially important now. This is because of the rapid transformation of human civilization into something we have never before experienced. We still don’t have a proper name for what we are going through, but it includes a combination of radical new technologies with a new social order that ultimately might make human civilization much more like the societies that these other beings already have - one that combines a tightly centralized and controlled social order with sophisticated science and technology.

©2020 Richard Dolan (P)2021 Richard Dolan

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Conspiracy based

I was fine with most of this book until he went full Qanon right at the end. Pure paranoid delusions. I guess if you’re into that sort of thing you’d enjoy this book.

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Dude! Take a Breath!

I'm not convinced this is a human reading. He sounds like A.I., very ironic, based on the topic of the book 😄 The reader doesn't seem to pause between sentences, paragraphs, topic/chapters giving me a bit of anxiety feeling like I need to take a deep breath.

I Love all Richard Dolan's books and like other followers, would much rather listen to Richard himself read his books.

Thank-you for all your research and willingness to share with the world!

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Love me some Richard Dolan

unfortunately not a fan of this guy's robotic reading, it's too fast, I've no idea why Richard didn't read it himself He's an excellent orator!?

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  • LJ
  • 01-22-22

Bad Narration

I bought this audiobook because I heard the author raving about working with this narrator. So I thought it must be good.

Unfortunately, the narration is absolutely awful.

It seems like if a narrator didn't know how to pronounce a word, they would do a quick search and figure it out. This narrator seems to have done a lot of "winging it".

The narrator mispronounces (and badly) the names of several cities like Mobile, Alabama and Pascagoula, MS.

It just seemed to me like a lazy attempt to finish narrating the book as quickly as possible without concern for getting things right.

I generally like the book, but I couldn't get through the Audible version of it.


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The reader of this book read too fast. The breaks in the books were unclear because he read too fast.

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Good book, horrible narration

Nolan should have read it himself, and the book is too short. But overall a great and interesting angle on the subject.

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Bad writing isn't the narrator's fault.

Dolan isn't a great writer, but that's not the narrator's fault. I've been into this material for some time now but never read or really followed Dolan's work. It seems to go in circles and not really take you anywhere.

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Open Mind Required

Credible and interesting speculations from a well respected researcher and author. The information will take time to settle.

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Great Book--Horrible Narration

I loved this book's information, which will be educational for the newcomer and dabbler in the field, and a nice refresher for those familiar with many of the cases listed. It was thought provoking and well written and researched. However, the narration was so full of mispronunciations that it completely distracted from the book's content. While clear and easy to understand, the mechanical tone, lack of emphasis, and constant errors of common words, places, and names, made it irritating.

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it was decent

a decent read. not enough on reptilians. mostly about greys . no enough meat and potatoes if you get my meaning.

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  • Robin Bradford
  • 02-17-22

Disappointing

A bundle of various stories that are not really backed up by factual evidence. For me the book need to be more organised, coherent and laid down in some chronological order with some attempt at a conclusion.

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  • Ash wolf
  • 02-14-22

best book I've listen too

I've been following Richard Dolan ever since reading A.D disclosure and his two newer books 1 & 2 of secret state & ufos . its taken me a week too finish this book Alien Agendas . I just couldn't stop listing to it . I agree on the speculative way he has penned and narrated this book on ufos Aliens phenoma that is still going on bow in 2022 . Thankyou to Richard & Traci his devoted wife and friend for giving us a believable & way out there book .reviewed from the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 😀

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  • Jakes mum
  • 02-08-22

A very difficult subject, but well worth reading.

The subject calls for a book such as this. The author, by trying to cover all bases, all with correct caveats, means it makes for difficult reading/listening at times. The conclusion is first rate.

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  • Byron
  • 01-09-22

Highly recommended

First of all thank you for releasing on audio. Put all Dolan books on audio please!
And about the book, Dolan puts in some interesting arguments and his view on the UFO phenomenon in general going beyond the confort zone of very likely most people. Dolan's views and reasoning are pretty good baked up by many cases we all have heard historically about the subject. The last two chapters are the most important in the book in my opinion.
I will go through both again soon!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 02-21-22

Finally, the really Good book!

I'm very pleased that finally we have book with new view of the topic we all so interested in. Great work, can't wait to hear new books.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-25-22

Excellent Approach To What May Be Happening !!!

Great Analysis by Richard anyone who has been following the UFO field will be familiar how professional Richard is in all his work and this ( Book ) Audible doesn't disappoint.