Mobius: Out of Time, the third volume of the trilogy, is a powerful conclusion to the trilogy and a blockbuster of a novel that can be read as a stand-alone. It weaves together adventures in remote viewing, the deft management of UFO phenomena and research in the intelligence community, and the real impact of a life as an intelligence professional on practitioners of that black art and deadly craft. As Steve Miles, author of Oath Betrayed and The Torture Doctors, said:
“There are few accounts of what their careers do to spies. Mobius is the best example I know of.”
“Thieme writes Mobius with all the tragic beauty of a fallen angel,” is just one of the rave reviews for Mobius: A Memoir. The Mobius Vector is a tale of Mobius’ search for redemption, love – and revenge when his colleague is killed. It is a romance with a difference, a story of the impact of a life of spying and prying and lying. “Mobius is both real and surreal,” wrote a former KGB illegal, one of many who saw their lives reflected in the Mobius mirror.
A Limited Edition of 100 copies of Mobius: A Memoir by Richard Thieme, printed by The Workshop (Arcadia CA.), has sold out Signed copies will always be available from the author at [email protected] using PayPal, Venmo (rthieme_thiemeworks), or a check. Kindle and Amazon POD editions are also available.
Insights into the transformational power of new technologies, as current now as they were when written. As a professor said, “You were there at the beginning and you saw it all coming.” The world through “beginner’s eyes.”
Nineteen stories of brave new worlds, alien encounters, alternate realities, and life in the national security state.
The future is already here, the author claims, but to see it you need a vantage point … and Richard Thieme provides the cliff.
Mind Games … a trip worth taking.
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Jennifer Granick interviews author Richard Thieme about Mobius: Out of Time, the third volume of the Mobius Trilogy, a powerful conclusion to the trilogy and a blockbuster of a novel that can be read as a stand-alone. It weaves together adventures in remote viewing, the deft management of UFO phenomena and research in the intelligence community, and the real impact of a life as an intelligence professional on practitioners of that black art and deadly craft.
An in-depth discussion of issues raised by The Mobius Vector: The Long Road Home, with Professor Max Kilger, July 25, 2023.
Richard Thieme has explored the subject of UFOs seriously and in-depth for 44 years. He has worked with some of the best and brightest in the “invisible college” to do academic research and reach conclusions based on the evidence. This talk was requested by Def Con 30 to update the latest government statements on the subject.
Richard Thieme presents The Mobius Vector in conversation with the ACLU’s Jennifer Granick. An in-depth discussion of issues raised by Thieme’s novel, The Mobius Vector: The Long Road Home, at Magers and Quinn Bookstore, June 21, 2023.
Cyndi and Ron Gula Interview Richard Thieme about his work, career, interests, and life
UFOs: Misinformation, Disinformation, and the Basic Truth The talk, "UFOs and Government: A Historical Inquiry" given at Def Con 21 was a serious well-documented exploration of the UFO subject based on Thieme's participation in research into the subject with...
Julian Sanchez, Jake Laperruque, and Richard Thieme join the Pop & Locke podcast to discuss Francis Ford Coppola’s, The Conversation.
a conversation with Dutch security technologist Don Eijndhoven about Mobius: A Memoir, exploring some of the darker grays of the narrative, ethical issues, and the impact of security and intelligence work on practitioners.