| Posted: 6 August 2014

Book Review:

The Coming of Tan by Riley Martin

Riley Martin's Biaviian Symbols

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Next year, 2015, will be the 20th anniversary of Riley Martin’s book The Coming of Tan which was originally published in 1995 by Historicity Productions. Later the Millennium edition (with the purplish black cover) was published by a different publisher not Historicity and contains many type-o's. Historicity Productions' original version of The Coming of Tan is the better copy to own because it is well edited, however both books are available for sale on the internet. The Coming of Tan teaches that the ecological, and moral problems on Earth are not unknown to intelligent ET's.  The aliens that Riley Martin made contact with are called Biaviians and they are so powerful and benevolent as to make humans who meet them think they are gods however the Biaviians do not describe themselves that way. Riley Martin writes that humans would almost think of the Biaviians as “cute.” The Biaviians are the most similar to humans in appearance compared to the other aliens on the Mothership. Riley did not mistake the aliens for being gods or angels because they wore space boots which made them seem like a different kind of people. Riley summarizes in his opinion why elements of the U.S. Government will not disclose information which they have on aliens because it would diminish their own power.  Ultimately the revelation will be coming from the space people themselves in a two part event which will involve a mass flyover and then a mass airlift.

Biaviian Symbols

Riley has drawn thousands of symbols like the circular artwork above. The symbols are said to be tickets to ride on the Mothership. In each symbol are different configurations of the same elements like 3 pyramids, 7 spheres, and the ankh, a shape like a cross with a loop at the top, and said to by hieroglyph writing experts to be an ancient Egyptian symbol for an electronic component like a radio transmitter. The symbols were downloaded into Riley's mind by some kind of alien technology which explains how he draws, colors and shades thousands of them without error and each appears almost like a computerized recreation of the symbol concept.

Sirius Satellite Radio

Riley Martin is on Sirius Satellite Radio channel 101, one of two operated by Howard Stern. His show can be heard at 7 PM eastern standard time with a Sirius satellite radio tuner and subscription to Sirius.

By Andrea Boggs

The Alien Tan
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