The primary training manual for the alienologists of the Sol system.

Alienology: The Complete Guide to Extraterrestrials was revealed in the May 1, 2010 newsletter. Supposedly written in 1969 by Alpha "Allen" Gray, it tells of the Alien beings which walk among us.


Aliens in Alienology seemingly had close contact with ancient egyptians as evidenced by the hieroglyphs on the cover, thus providing an unusual link with Egyptology. Some of the Egyptian Gods could have been aliens, thus adding a deeper mystery to the location of the Tomb of Osiris, which may not be on our planet.

Alienology also has an interesting link with Dragonology, as it mentions a carnivorous animal called the venator that is native to "the tundra-like plains of Terence" in a mini-booklet on Alien Wildlife. It mentions that "there is evidence to suggest that venators have at some point been brought to Earth, giving rise to several legends about dragons." If this is true, then the various species of dragons may actually be descended from this extraterrestrial animal that was introduced to Earth's ecosystems at an unknown time.


  • To protect the Intergalactic Council from hostile aliens.
  • To appreciate alien cultures.
  • To gain an understanding of alien biology.
  • To technologically advance alien races such that they join the Intergalactic Council.


Main Books edit
"Dragonology: The Complete Book of Dragons" • "Egyptology: Search for the Tomb of Osiris" • "Wizardology: The Book of the Secrets of Merlin" • "Pirateology: The Pirate Hunter's Companion" • "Mythology: Greek Gods, Heroes & Monsters" • "Monsterology: The Complete Book of Monstrous Creatures" • "Spyology: The Complete Book of Spycraft" • "Oceanology: The True Account of the Voyage of the Nautilus" • "Vampireology: The True History of the Fallen" • "Alienology: The Complete Guide to Extraterrestrials" • "Illusionology: The Secret Science of Magic" • "Dinosaurology: The Search for a Lost World"
Alienology edit
"Alienology: The Complete Guide to Extraterrestrials"