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No More “Alien Abductions”?


By Global ET Research

There is a push to alter public perception of the alien abduction phenomenon by changing the terminology that is used to describe ET Contact narratives. While this is helpful for Disclosure, we should not allow this new language to lessen the impact the phenomenon has had on the lives of thousands, perhaps millions, of individuals throughout the world.

Most “alien abductees” have been around for decades and if they are still referring to themselves as such, they are not “self-described alien abductees” as debunkers and the ill informed wish the public to think of such individuals. “Alien abductee” is a term that was logically derived by researchers of the time, from face to face reports and interviews provided by people detailing apparent extraterrestrials intruding into their lives. These were, and still are, normal, everyday human beings just like you. We have met hundreds of them over the past decades and their ET contact memories are just as important as anyone else’s.

The trend today is to replace the term “alien abductee” with the more acceptable terms of “experiencer” and “contactee.” These may, in the long run, turn out to be more accurate terms as they apply to overall Contact and what actually occurs during the process – a 70+ year process that we are still learning much about as we approach the third decade of the western world’s Second Millennium. Yet again, these terms may turn out to be completely inaccurate.

Lobbyist for Exopolitical Affairs, Stephen Bassett succinctly states:

“Private persons dealing directly with extraterrestrials are ‘contactees.’ Some contactees, perhaps a majority, are ‘abductees’ taken against their will and experiencing varying levels of pain and discomfort. It is misleading, confusing and exopolitically awkward to simply refer to a person in contact with extraterrestrials as an ‘abductee.’ At this time there is no consensus term for someone having only telepathic/psychic contact, but ‘contactee’ is not an unreasonable choice.”

Readers may also view the contents of these non-fiction accounts to be in the realm of the paranormal, which used to mean “not within the range of normal experience or that which cannot be scientifically explained.” While some aspects of Contact experiences are indeed not within the range of normal experience; as you read, you will see that many of these events can be scientifically explained by advanced technology, not something magical or ghostly as the paranormal is often portrayed in most cultures.

Stephen Bassett:

“Extraterrestrials are not ‘paranormal.’ The presence of multi-life forms in the galaxy is profoundly ‘normal.’ It is not ‘paranormal’ research. Truth be told, little if anything should be assigned to the paranormal. It should be a short list, and extraterrestrials are not on that list.”

Multi-Dimensional

Some of the events described in these essays could only have occurred if the Beings, including some humans, have the ability to alter their physical parameters such as their frequency and/or can exist in multiple dimensions, which makes them – and perhaps humans – multiphasic, multi-dimensional beings.

Jesus is quoted as saying, “My Father’s House has Many Mansions.” This implies there is one, more simplistic house (or place) that contains a much larger, more magnificent house (or place) within. This can be applied to the Contact phenomenon. For example, this is not unlike what witnesses have described when they enter an ET craft. When they see it from the outside, it seems to be of a certain size. However, while on the inside, the craft is actually much larger than it appeared outwardly. What we see and experience in our day to day reality is quite limited as compared to what actually exists. We can only “see” these other places or realities when they enter into ours or we enter into theirs and this can be accomplished both physically and astral-spiritually. Again, there is nothing “paranormal” about this – it is simply a state of being merged with technology.

The Beings are as diverse as the Cosmos is vast. When you read the following non-fiction essays you will understand that this is really about the merging of different consciousnesses and technologies, resulting in deeply personal interactions between and within realms of existence; some of which remain, at least temporarily, indefinable.

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This is a partial list of publications that cite the reproductive / DNA Focus of the UFO Alien Abduction, i.e., Contact Phenomenon

 

Fowler, Raymond E. The Andreasson Affair. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1979.


Fowler, Raymond E. The Watchers: The Secret Design Behind UFO Abduction. New York: Bantam Books, 1990.


Fowler, Raymond E. The Andreasson Affair. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1979.


Fowler, John G., Jim and Jack Weiner, Charlie Foltz, and Chuck Rak. The Allagash Abductions. Wild Flower Press, 1993.

Fuller, John. G. The Interrupted Journey. New York, New York, Dial Press, 1966.


Hopkins, Budd. Missing Time: A Documented Study of UFO Abductions. New York, NY, Richard Marek, 1981.


Hopkins, Budd. Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods. New York: Random House, 1987.


Hopkins, Budd and Carol Rainey. Sight Unseen: Science, UFO Invisibility, and Transgenic Beings. New York, NY, Atria Books, 2003.


Huggins, David and Farah Yurdozu. Love In An Alien Purgatory: The Life and Fantastic Art of David Huggins. Anomalist Books, 2009.


Jacobs, David Michael. Secret Life: Firsthand Accounts of UFO Abductions. New York, NY, Simon & Schuster, 1992.


Jacobs, David Michael. The Threat. New York, NY, Simon & Schuster, 1998.


Jacobs, David Michael. Walking Among Us - The Alien Plan to Control Humanity.


Jordan, Debbie and Kathy Mitchell. Abducted! The Story of Intruders Continues. New York, NY, Carroll & Graf, 1994.


Lamb, Barbara, MS, MFT, C.Ht. and Nadine Lalich. Alien Experiences: 25 Cases of Alien Encounters Never Before Revealed.

Lamb, Barbara and Miguel Mendonça. Meet The Hybrids: The Lives and Missions of ET Ambassadors on Earth.


Mack, John E. Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens. New York, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1994.


Marden, Kathleen and Stanton Friedman: Captured: The Betty and Barney Hill Alien Abduction. New Page Books, A Division of The Career Press, New Jersey, 2007.


Marden, Kathleen and Denise Stoner. The Alien Abduction Files. New Page Books, A Division of The Career Press, New Jersey, 2013.


Nagatis, Carl and Philip Mantle. Without Consent: True Life Stories - Extraterrestrial Contact and Alien Abduction in the United Kingdom. Paperback, Fortune Books Ltd., 2002.

Pritchard, Andrea and David E., John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, Claudia Yapp, (Eds.) Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduciton Study Conference held at M.I.T., Cambridge, MA., North Cambridge Press, 1994.

Smith, Yvonne R. Chosen: Recollections of Alien Abductions through Hypnotherapy. Backstage Entertainment, First edition, 2008.

Sparks, Jim. The Keepers. Wildflower Press, 2006. ISBN 1-930724-0-5


Turner, Karla K. Into The Fringe. New York, Berkley Books, 1992.


Turner, Karla K. Taken: Inside The Alien-Human Abduction Agenda. Roland, Arkansas: Kelt Works, 1994.


Wilson, K. The Alien Jigsaw. Self-Published, 1993, 1995.


Wright, Dan. Alien Abduction MUFON Transcription Project, MUFON UFO Journal, 1992, and the final report published in 1995.


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