“They are tiny. They are tall. They are gray. They are green. They survey our world with enormous glowing eyes. To conduct their shocking experiments, they creep in at night to carry humans off to their spaceships. Yet there is no evidence that they exist at all. So how could anyone believe he or she was abducted by aliens? Or want to believe it?” writes Susan A. Clancy in her Harvard University produced book “Abducted: How People Come To Believe They Were Kidnapped By Aliens.” In turn, there’s not one from this group of about 20 Oregon UFO “watchers” who doesn’t have a story about alien abductions. “They (aliens) get away with it because no one on Earth would believe such a thing. Remember, they’re smarter than we are, and this is a brilliant strategy that’s served them well over the past 50 years or more since the Hill abductions,” says Edmund a senior “watcher” who comes to Bray’s Point “to clear my head.”
Bray’s Point is hallowed ground for UFO “watchers” who look to the heavens for answers
Bray’s Point is literally “far out” per it’s one of the furthest West one can go on the continental U.S. A vantage point on one central Oregon coast bluff reveals ancient hieroglyphics from ancient Native Americans who viewed “lights dancing in the sky” and “visitors,” states an Oregon State University history of “Native peoples who lived along the Oregon coast thousands of years ago.”
In turn, Oregon UFO “watcher” Edmund says “I’m always anxious as a child who has stumbled on something he doesn’t understand,” when discussing the alien abductions that he’s heard about over the years. In fact, the very first “X-Files” episode takes place up the road from Bray’s Point when FBI agents and conspiracy theorists Fox Mulder and Dana Scully investigate the abduction of high school teens in the deep woods of coastal Oregon.
While that “X-Files scenario may sound bogus to non-believers of alien abductions,” says Edmund, “we know the X-Files chose a strong and factual story to kick-off the series when it began.”
“Why not begin the X-Files with a real alien abduction story. And, they did in my view,” he asserts.”
At the same time, Edmund and other “watchers” notes that nothing on Earth is more terrifying than “the unruly feeling of disorientation” and “that tight place of anxiety in your heart” after “you’ve been abducted and possibly violated and nobody on God’s green Earth believes one word you’re saying.”
In turn, there’s a view from the worldwide UFO community that “many hundreds of thousands” have been abducted by aliens since the first “official” adduction back in August 1961 when the Hill’s were taken by aliens for mind and body experiments.
Top Harvard professor makes her case for alien abductions mainstream
Professor Susan A. Clancy is a postdoctoral fellow in psychology at Harvard University and a visiting Professor at INCAE, the Central American Institute for Business Administration. Among her credentials as being a top American psychology professor who teaches at the famed Harvard University, Clancy has now taken the subject of alien abductions mainstream with her book “Abducted” that’s been recently printed by Harvard University Press – in both Cambridge, Massachusetts and London -- as one indication that this is not just “pie in the sky” and fiction, but real stories of people worldwide who’ve been abducted.
In turn, Dr. Clancy explains that alien abduction phenomenon is about “real memories of people being taken secretly against their will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures.”
There’s been claims from thousands of abductees, for example, who report “strange medical examinations” that emphasizes reproduction with human sperm and eggs taken for unknown reasons; including the creation of “hybrids.”
“To answer these questions, psychologist Susan Clancy interviewed and evaluated "abductees"—old and young, male and female, religious and agnostic. She listened closely to their stories—how they struggled to explain something strange in their remembered experience, how abduction seemed plausible, and how, having suspected abduction, they began to recollect it, aided by suggestion and hypnosis,” states a Barnes & Noble marketing overview for the book from Harvard University Press.
“Clancy argues that abductees are sane and intelligent people who have unwittingly created vivid false memories from a toxic mix of nightmares, culturally available texts (abduction reports began only after stories of extraterrestrials appeared in films and on TV), and a powerful drive for meaning that science is unable to satisfy. For them, otherworldly terror can become a transforming, even inspiring experience,” the Barnes & Noble overview for this Harvard University produced book states.
"Being abducted," writes Clancy, "may be a baptism in the new religion of this millennium."
Also, a New York Times book review for “Abducted” – yet another example of alien abductions going mainstream with the New York Times reviewing it as “just another good book by one of the country’s leading experts on psychology – gives it mixed review since Professor Clancy doe not attempt to “prove” alien abductions are real but, instead, uses the testimonies of hundreds of abductees who she’s interviewed.
“Dr. Clancy, a psychologist at Harvard, manages to refute and defend these believers, and along the way provide a discussion of current research into memory, emotion and culture that renders abduction stories understandable, if not believable. Although it focuses on abduction memories, the book hints at a larger ambition, to explain the psychology of transformative experiences, whether supposed abductions, conversions or divine visitations,” stated the New York Times.
Harvard Professor points to real science and good things coming from alien abductions
“Despite the fact that his abductions were traumatic – terrifying and often painful – he is happy he was ‘chosen,’” writes Professor Clancy in her book that’s a popular “must read” at leading universities worldwide by breaking the barrier on “what’s truth and fiction” when it comes to the real dangers of “adductions in the world today.”
“Take a group of kids, abduct them off the streets in a poor section of Rio de Janeiro or some Third World country or even mainstream America and who’s going to ask questions or wonder what happened to them,” adds Edmund who’s recently read Professor Clancy’s book and views it’s “thousand or more footnotes and scholarly references” as “proof” that somebody is abducting humans on a massive scale worldwide.
In turn, Professor Clancy writes that some who are abducted are “happy about it.”
“I was dispirited, confused, going through a down-cycle in my life and a bad patch in my relationship. I was ready to just give up. I didn’t know what was wrong, but I knew something was missing. Today, things are different. I feel great. I know there’s something out there – much bigger, more important than we are – and for some reason they chose to make their presence known to me. I have a connection with them. What I do in this life has become less important to me – the meaning of today, and now. The beings are learning from us and us from them, and ultimately a new world is being created,” states a man named Will Andrews who’s featured in the introduction of Professor Clancy’s book “Abducted."
UFOs research reveals hybrid human aliens who want The Change in 2011
While it’s true that the extravagance of UFO claims over the past 60 years far outstrips the supporting evidence, what about hybrid human aliens who live on this Earth, say UFO experts and thousands of once top secret government UFO documents that point to a rash in abductions.
Many believe that the whole issue of alien abductions is tied to the end result – “hybrids.”
Oregon UFO “watchers” here at Bray’s Point state “there is ‘proof’ that hybrid human-aliens exist on Earth; while these “hybrids” point to something they’ve dubbed as “The Change” happening in 2011 that will create a new morass of UFO confusion in the scientific community.
The hybrids are often quoted in interviews, or from myth created by fans or believers who “channel” thoughts and ideas. In fact, there’s new efforts “to analyze UFO-and-abduction phenomenon’s similarities to ancient myths and legends,” says David M. Jacobs, editor of UFOs and Abductions: Challenging the Borders of Knowledge.” Jacobs advises all people to “sort out the signal from the noise surrounding this complex and controversial subject.”
In turn, other UFO abduction experts point to good reasons why they believe in UFOs and aliens here on Earth either involved in abductions or as hybrids. The experts outline the difference, for example, between the stimulus (puzzling sightings and encounters) and the stimulated (witnesses, investigators, theorists, skeptics and spiritual seekers) to reveal “a complex and shifting phenomenon that continues to challenge our understanding of reality,” writes Jerome Clark, author of The UFO Encyclopedia.
Encounter with hybrid is “no big deal” at the Oregon Country Fair where “beings are beings”
Lou has hair that’s silver and white. He’s old but it’s difficult to know how old: 60, 70, 80? He has a hard jaw, tendoned neck, deep chest; wearing no shirt but just a flowered shawl and jeans during the recent “Oregon Country Fair” in the deep and lush woods of Veneta, Oregon, located about 15 miles west of Eugene off Highway 101.
The “Fair” as it’s dubbed by locals over the past 42 years – since the Fair began in 1969 after it grew out of “Grateful Dead” visits each summer – attracts more than 50,000 each year during its three-day festival, July 8-10, and with all those retro-hippie and “Baby Boomer” folk are, says Lou, some hybrids. In turn, this remarkable man who claims to be a ‘hybrid,’ said “the Country Fair gives us a chance to blend in with no worry.”
At the same time, fellow “Fair” goers remarked that “he (Lou) looks like his arms have been squeezed from tubes.” Yes, Lou does indeed to be tall and straight, lithe and supple.
Lou and other “hybrids” revealed in new book about the myth and mystery of UFOs
During popular “UFO” discussions at the recent “Oregon Country Fair” – that features over 1,000 craftsmen and arts, along with 35 different stage venues for “social issue and science discussions,” the debate over the whole spectrum of speculations on alien visitations, aliens living amongst us and abductions, seemed to center on a new book “The Myth and Mystery of UFOs,” by Thomas E. Bullard who is a board member of the Center for UFO Studies and the Fund for UFO Research.
Bullard is also author of the groundbreaking UFO book about “hybrids,” that he claims in “UFO Abductions: The Measure of a Mystery and The Sympathetic Ear: Investigators as Variables in UFO Abduction Reports,” and in his new book about the “myth and mystery of UFOs,” that hybrid research may be the reason for so many abductions.
But, it’s now just Bullard who feel that with the advent of abduction, it introduces “new dangers from UFOs on a personal level,” that leaves no one safe.
While Lou did not seem a danger to other “unusual” people at the recent Oregon Country Fair, Bullard notes that it’s the “hunters” who are the danger and not so much the “results” of their experiments here on Earth. Still, Bullard writes that humans are not safe from alien contact and abduction; “not even at home in bed, as aliens claimed defenseless captives without so much as a please or thank-you. Many abductees compared themselves to guinea pigs.”
The Change expected in 2011 with hybrids revealing themselves
“The aliens promised a transition to come, a time of bliss and peace called ‘The Change’ but undercurrents suggested that the reality would bring not equality and coexistence but a world with the human element replaced by the alien in a subtle takeover of the Earth without firing a shot,” writes Bullard while referencing the other David M. Jacobs “The Threat.”
In turn, Bullard’s claims about “hybrids” and “abductions” and new “fears about alien contact in 2011,” are supported in thousands of once secret documents that are now available at the following websites thanks to various governments freedom of the information act laws.
At the same time, Bullard points to persistent sightings of UFOs that on a day-to-day basis, commands the urgent attention of scientists, scholars and mainstream journalists. Bullard points to the government UFO files for answers that he says “lies in mysterious, frustrating and ever evolving phenomenon that refuses to go away and our collective efforts to understand it.”
Top U.S. UFO organizations:
-- Fund for UFO Research (FUFOR) http://www.fufor.com
-- Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) http://www.cufos.org
World organizations that state proof of alien abductions, via testimonies and evidence on their country UFO web sites.
-- Canada (UFO BC) http://www.ufoc.ca
-- Sweden – Archives for UFO Research http:www.afu.info
-- UK – British UFO Research (*released in March per 8,500 once top secret UFO documents and tens of thousands of links to other UFO research,
including the FBI’s “Vault” online UFO files) http://www.bufora.org.uk.
-- Brazil (Revista Brasileira de Ufologia) http://www.ufo.com.br
-- Italy – Centro Italiano Studi Ufologicihttp: www.cisu.org
Also, there’s three top websites for UFO abductions – that some countries report, are “at an all high number.” The International Center for Abduction Research http://www.ufoabduction.com, and Intruders Foundationhttp://intrudersfoundation.org, and John Mack Institute http://www.johnmackinstiture.com
How aliens create "hybrid" beings
According to the vast research about abductions, they are “not deliberately cruel or sadistic, just businesslike and indifferent,” writes Bullard in his new book about the “myth and mystery of UFOs.”
“Their preoccupation with genetic materials to create hybrids explained the purpose of the examination, while a purpose behind the abduction project peeped out in hints that the aliens faced some threat to their survival and scavenged their salvation from human bodies,” writes research, that includes the famed “Secret Life” by David M. Jacobs that was published by Simon & Schuster in 1992 and influenced a lot of believers, including the late TV News reporter Peter Jennings.
It so happened that one of Jennings last major reports was the Feb. 24, 2005 “Peter Jennings Productions” aired a “two-hour prime time show about UFOs and abductions.” It was titled “UFOs: Seeing is Believing.” Jennings got a lot of trouble for “legitimate news” airing a UFO program, but he said in an interview that he wanted to “tell the story.” Thus, one of the final projects for Jennings Productions was to go public about UFOs and the horror of abductions that started to make the news more in 2005 due to high terrorism alerts.
“More people were reporting strange people and strange things, and it wasn’t always human,” said one TV interview with police investigating “alien abductions.” Just 40 days after telling the world -- about UFOs during that landmark two-hour broadcast that shocked America with the first real news of alien abductions -- ABC News Anchor Peter Jennings died at his home in New York City. ABC News reported that Jennings, a Canadian, was 67 when he passed without much preannouncement.
Although Jennings had been diagnosed with lung cancer in the Spring of 2005 -- from years of being a smoking reporter – he, while “struggling with later stages of lung cancer” still went on with the Feb. 24, 2005 two-hour prime time show about UFOs and the rash of “abductions” in America and across the world.
Jennings ended his report with “we just don’t know.”
Image source of alien abduction art: Wikipedia