Animals, Experiencers and Extraterrestrial Visitors

Part II

Screen Imagery Involving Animals


By Global ET Research


To recap part one of this article: Images of animals and real animals play a larger role in extraterrestrial contact than the average person realizes. There are many instances of unusual animals and animal figures seemingly appearing from out of nowhere in proximity to experiencers and in relation to the Visitors. Experiencers also see animals while onboard ET craft. This article explores the presence of animals in the context of ET contact and the possible reasons behind it. A review of the literature demonstrates at least four general categories into which animals and extraterrestrial or Visitor contact might be categorized. This article explores the third possibility: Screen Imagery Involving Animals.

Screen Imagery Involving Animals

Similar types of screen imagery are common during initial contact between experiencers and extraterrestrials. ETs are not always attempting to “instill the fear of death” in people as much as they are using imagery to model behavior, for example, forcing the subject into to behaving in a subservient manner and/or for purposes of distraction and memory refocusing. In some cases, this is accomplished with dramatic ease by ETs, making an experiencer believe what they are seeing is real, no matter how ridiculous the image at which they are looking really is.

When people speak of seeing 60 pound raccoons standing upright, oversized owls or penguins, opossum people and beautiful deer people appearing outside or inside their homes (usually at night, but not always) it normally generates a laugh or two at best. However, this is a predominant occurrence during the process of contact. People seeing these “animals” may only remember the unusual animal and pass it off as a weird dream. Others who are more aware and retain memories of events following the appearance of the unusual “animal” know better: They know it is the initial process of something much more involved.

Sometimes these types of visual imagery occur when ETs are in very close proximity to the experiencer. It is hypothesized that the “belief” of what the subject thinks they are seeing is conveyed mind to mind or through the eyes via what some researchers, such as Dr. David Jacobs have reluctantly termed “mind scan.” Other researchers, such as Budd Hopkins and Yvonne Smith refer to this process as telepathic probing or a camouflage effect.

This process is also sometimes referred to as “alien trickery” and in a manner, it is a form of trickery. Others refer to it as shape-shifting or mimicry. If an experiencer normally retains conscious memory, with repeated exposure to this type of camouflage or screen imagery they will be able to “see through” the screen or camouflaged image. ETs will sometimes lose the edge they have over the experiencer if the subject can remain focused on the logic of the situation and on what they are seeing, rather than focusing on the emotions, confusion or fear the image is creating.

Other reasons some ETs use the technique of camouflage or screen imagery is to create a calming effect. To present an image of the experiencer’s sweet grandmother or a small owl or innocent deer, is much less traumatic for most people than to see the face of a non-human being. These apparent ET techniques represent a form of manipulation, albeit a somewhat benign form. Unfortunately, this imagery is sometimes used for other purposes.

Consider a child being examined by the aliens. Because the child is fighting the procedure or is frightened, the beings decide to use the image of the child’s mother or father in order to get the child to obey or comply. What if the child was being examined in a way inappropriate for the parent, but not for a doctor? The child may then carry with them throughout their lives a negative feeling about one of the parents or that the parent was present and did nothing to ease their burden, fear or pain. Worse still, when considering some of the more sexually oriented ET procedures, the child may actually believe the parent sexually or physically abused them when they did not. This last example, which abduction researcher Budd Hopkins was keenly aware of during his several decades’ long research is an unintended, yet tragic result of ET camouflage and screen imagery.

Deceptive Tactics?

It is the choice of some ETs to deceive us. Due to their presence in humanity’s past – which through ancient art and culture we believe dates back at least a thousand years – our Visitors know enough about humans by now to have a good idea what the psychological effects of this type of deception will be. To continue to use camouflage and screen imagery on their human subjects leads us to suspect one of two things:

(1) Whatever they are doing here must be important enough for them to take these kinds of risks with our memories and mental health, or

(2) They do not care much about the effects these types of mental processes have on us.

We hope it is because their motives are beneficent and there is much more at stake than we currently understand. If so, the typical emotional knee-jerk reaction most humans display when faced with the unknown is unwarranted, and as a species, we need to retrain our emotional reactions. “For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” We should also keep in mind that since the Visitors have been recorded in our human past, they are either extremely long lived, or they are utilizing the science – perhaps art of time travel.

Continue Reading part III: ET Procedures Involving Animals

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