John Mack: Towards a Science of the Sacred

"I began, about twelve years ago, to work with people who had these so-called abduction experiences, encounters with strange beings, and I was at first incredulous, and then astounded, and then excited about what I was finding. I figured if I went out there and wrote about that, talked about that, everybody who could listen would find it equally exciting and find that this was really important that we were in relationship with beings from another dimension, or whatever it was, but that was not the response I received.”

An esteemed professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer, John Mack, MD, never intended to become an expert in the controversial study of alien abductees. But after investigating over 60 cases of alien abduction through hundreds of hours of interviews and treatment, Dr. Mack presents the mesmerizing tales of alien encounters revealed by his patients — none of whom are mentally ill — and the profound, surprising and at times deeply spiritual impact these experiences have had on their lives.

Featuring: John Mack
Audio Languages: English
Subtitles: English