George Adamski is best known for his three books about his contacts and experiences with the visitors from space: Flying Saucers Have Landed (with Desmond Leslie; 1953), Inside the Space Ships (1955) and Flying Saucers Farewell (1961). These books are being reprinted to this day by several publishers. A fourth book, titled Is A Space War Inevitable?, remains in the vault of the Adamski Foundation, who have decided it will never be published.

While often ignored by his critics, Adamski’s other works show that his teaching and philosophy were not only consistent throughout his life, but also far ahead of their time, as they are now finding confirmation in the latest insights from systems science.

The overview on this page provides links to his main works — online or in print — for those who are interested in studying or researching his teaching.


The Invisible Ocean (1932)
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Wisdom of the Masters of the Far East (1936)
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The Possibility of Life on Other Planets (1946)
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Pioneers of Space (1949)
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Flying Saucers Have Landed (1953)
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Inside the Space Ships (1955)
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Telepathy – The Cosmic or Universal Language (1958)
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Flying Saucers Farewell (1961)
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Science of Life – Study Course (1964)
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A complete overview of George Adamski’s publications, with details, is available on this website.

An 8-page bibliography of George Adamski’s writings – the most complete to date – is appended to Gerard Aartsen’s book The Sea of Consciousness (2019).


Despite fierce copyright claims and infringement warnings from the Adamski Foundation, George Adamski’s books continue to be published by various publishers: