A quick update regarding my new book: First, I wanted to thank everyone out there who has purchased a copy of Magic, Mysticism and the Molecule! I see the book has already been drumming up a lot of excitement (and a little controversy as well!), and it hasn’t even been available for purchase for a week yet. Needless to say, this is a very exciting time for all of us here who contribute to The Gralien Report. Thank you, sincerely, for all your support.

Also, in addition to being able to purchase it here at this site, the book is now available on Amazon.com as well. If it isn’t already available to retail stores for order upon request, it will be very soon. Additionally, I’ve had a few requests for autographed copies; if you’d like your copy signed by me (or customized with a nice dedication to a loved one), feel free to email me at info@gralienreport.com and I’ll be happy to provide you with information about how to get a signed copy.

Finally, I want to point out a new addition to the Gralien Report: below the link on the right side of the page where you can buy my book, you’ll now see a button that looks like this:

If you click on this button (go ahead, try it), you can sign up for free news and updates from the Gralien Report that doesn’t get posted on this site (for instance, I’ll be launching a new blog soon, along with the rest of my colleagues in Joshua P. Warren’s L.E.M.U.R. team, that will be a sister site to the Gralien Report). If you’d like to get the scoop on all the “insider info” from the Gralien’s abode miles beneath runway #9 at the Emma International Airport, signing up for this free–and spam free–email newsletter only takes a few seconds.

Again, thanks for all your support out there. It is my hope that through sales of my book, we can raise enough funds so that our mascot can make that long vacation visit back to his home on Zeta 2 Reticuli (you wouldn’t believe how expensive maintaining a mercuric-combustion engine is these days)!


Micah A. Hanks

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.