Len Kasten

LEN KASTEN
LEN KASTEN

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Len Kasten has a B.A. degree from Cornell University in Liberal Arts, and an M.F.A. degree in Creative Writing from National University. He has been involved in UFO and ET related research for over thirty years, and is a former member of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). He has written over sixty published articles for Atlantis Rising Magazine in the U.S., and New Dawn Magazine in Australia/New Zealand. including ten cover stories. His first book, The Secret History of Extraterrestrials. published by Inner Traditions-Bear & Company in November, 2010, was critically acclaimed, was reviewed in Cornell Alumni Magazine, and achieved rapid success. His second book, Secret Journey to Planet Serpo, published in May, 2013, also by Bear & Company, has been on the publisher’s top twenty list for almost a year. Len has been interviewed on more than forty radio shows, including three appearances on Coast-to-Coast with George Noory. He has lectured widely about the Serpo story in the Phoenix area, and has appeared as a speaker on that subject at the Kingman UFO Conference in Kingman, Arizona, MUFON in Phoenix, Arizona, and Orange County, California, and the Alien Cosmic Expo in Brantford, Ontario. He recently appeared on Gaiam TV interviewed by Regina Meredith.

Project Serpo Powerpoint Presentation

Len presents slides and text about his book Secret Journey to Planet Serpo. This presentation covers the arrangements between the Los Alamos scientists hosting the alien survivor of the Roswell crash in July, 1947, and his home civilization on Planet Serpo in the Zeta Reticuli Star System, about 39 light years from Earth. It then proceeds to give details about the selection of the twelve military team members, the pick-up at the Nevada Test Site in July 1965, the trip itself, and details of the thirteen year residence of the team on Serpo, including descriptions of the Eben civilization, their culture and their technology. Most of this material is taken directly from the on-site diary of the Team Commander. Of the twelve original team members, only seven returned. The presentation also discusses the relationship between the Spielberg film, Close Encounters, and the actual event.