The Electro-Magnetic (E-M) Effects Project
By Richard Bonenfant, Ph.D.
Recently a number of researchers have focused their attention on electromagnetic phenomena reported by individuals who have undergone near-death experiences. [1, 2]
The purpose of the E-M Effects Project is to determine if abductees are subject to E-M effects similar to those reported by near-death experiencers. Evidence of such an association would suggest that certain highly emotional events can trigger increased neurological sensitivity to electromagnetic fields. Such a finding would be a very significant development to researchers in both the Abduction and NDE communities and could be used to develop strategies for further investigation.
The Electro-Magnetic (E-M) Effects Project is a study designed for individuals who recall having an alien abduction and who can testify to having anomalous interaction with electronic devices or fields following that event. Its intended purpose is to determine whether or not unusual electro-magnetic effects plague abductees and, if so, to collect data on the nature and strength of the E-M aftereffects.
Electromagnetic Effects Questionnaire
A1. Have you ever had an alien encounter or abduction experience? ______
A2. Do you have reason to believe that you have had prior encounters or abductions? ______
A3. Has anyone in your immediate family ever had an alien encounter or abduction experience? ______
A4. If you have children please note their number and gender.
A5. Have you ever noted unexplainable physical scars or markings on your body? ______
A6. Do you have reason to believe that you carry an alien implant within your body? ______
A7. Have you ever had nightmares or flashbacks of having been abducted? ______
A8. What is your gender? ______
A9. What is your age category? ______
A10. What is your blood type and Rh factor? ______
(A+, B+, AB+, O+, A-, B-, AB-, O-)
Richard Bonenfant, Ph.D., is a retired research scientist and lecturer. His research career at Albany Medical Center Hospital and the New York State Department of Health was centered on the study of birth defects in newborn children. He most recently retired from the Veterans’ Hospital in Gainesville, Florida, and is credited with publishing several professional articles on near-death experiences.
He has advanced degrees in Anthropology and Psychology, and is dedicated to the investigation of phenomena that lie on the fringes of scientific understanding. Subjective phenomena include such things as near-death experiences, synesthesia, xenoglossia, savant syndrome and hyperthymestic syndrome or individuals with exceptional autobiographical memories. Objective phenomena include verifiable paranormal experiences, crop circles and strange mutilations of unknown origin. There are other unusual phenomena deserving of investigation which he occasionally delves into under appropriate circumstances. These ancillary phenomena include instances of foreign accent syndrome, cases of apparent reincarnation, and human abduction experiences.
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