The Façade

I don’t read many fiction books. I’ve read the Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit, as well as the Harry Potter series (oh, quit rolling your eyes) but that’s about it. I’m not a huge fan of fiction – oh that reminds me I did read the Davinci Code while researching it but again that’s about it. I do however have a rather profound interest in Spiritual Warfare, The Bible and by outgrowth of these two the paranormal and yes, UFO stuff.

I have long believed that alien abduction stories are not the mere brainchild of people who want their 15 minutes of fame; nor do I believe they are a grandiose conspiracy theories put forth by the Governments of any given country, including our own. I have equated UFO’s and demonic activity for years. Thus when I was reading Dr. Michael Heiser’s work on the Divine Council I ran across a book simply titled The Façade which he had written I knew I had to read it.

The Façade is a fast paced … hmmm. It’s a tough book to describe. Sci-Fi, no that’s not good enough, let me just call it a Supernatural UFO Thriller as a working category. In brief, and hopefully without giving away too much it tells the story of a group of individuals brought into a super top secret government installation in order to figure out the best way to get the public up to speed on what the government has known all along about extra terrestrials.