George C. Andrews

 "A Point of View From France"


George Clinton Andrews has previously published several books, and is a careful researcher. He enjoys a rustic life style in rural Drury, Missouri, where he is a self-employed farmer besides being a writer. He has an extraordinary lineage of famous ancestors, which includes George Clinton (first governor of New York, and also Vice President under Jefferson), DeWitt Clinton (builder of the Erie Canal), and through his mother's ancestry traces a double link to Goethe. He has been an active member in many professional UFO organizations throughout the world.  

The Show:

"A Point of View From France" specializes in, but is not limited to, coverage of UFO activity and paranormal phenomena in France and elsewhere, all the way from deep antiquity to the most recent updates. Topics of marginal relevance, such as conspiracy theories and environmental, health, or political issues can be discussed and compared to the extent that they help to more fully understand the context in which the paranormal events occurred.


Extra-Terrestrial Friends and Foes

Published by Illuminet, Lilburn, Georgia, U.S.A., 1993.

Includes an in-depth analysis of the characteristics of different types of extra-terrestrials and their motives, the significance of the massive abduction phenomenon, how aliens have manipulated us through our intelligence agencies, and the political implications of the UFO cover-up. 



Other Books:

The Book of Grass

Written in collaboration with Simon Vinkenoog. Peter Owen Ltd., London, 1967; Grove Press, New York, 1968; Fayard, Paris, 1970; Penguin, London, UK, 1971.

Burning Joy

Published by the Trigram Press, London, UK, 1968.

Drugs and Sexuality

Published in collaboration with David Solomon. Panther, London, UK, 1974.

Drugs and Magic

Published by Panther, London, UK,1975.

The Coca Leaf and Cocaine Papers

Written in collaboration with David Solomon, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, New York and London, UK, 1976.

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