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Alien Abductions: A Report On the Roper Analysis Data

by Geraldo Fuentes
In the typical "alien abduction," the victim is paralyzed by some unknown force, taken to a small circular room, and then examined and probed by a number of large-eyed, gray skinned, hairless, short creatures. Tissues and cells are sampled and subcutaneous implants are often installed. Special attention is focused on the genitals and rectum. This involuntary examination is often supervised by a larger non-human creature, sometimes described as female. The abductees are then returned to their beds or automobiles and awake with no memories of the encounter. If they notice anything at all, it is usually that some time has mysteriously passed.

This abduction story has been described by hundreds of people who have been placed under hypnosis by psychiatrists, psychologists and other therapists. Victims come from all corners of the globe and from every age, gender and race. For every abductee whose recollection has been liberated in therapy, there are many more who remain totally unaware of their routine encounter with aliens.

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The hypnosis component is a key. Google for "false memory".

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(U-WIRE) CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- People who claim they were abducted by aliens show more intense emotional reactions to their memories than some Vietnam War veterans, according to a Harvard University study released Sunday.

Most researchers hailed the findings as significant in the field of recovered and false memories.

But a spokesperson for one controversial Harvard professor said the study may demonstrate something more significant -- that humans may actually experience contact with a "third realm"....

Most experts, however, say the study's findings, presented by Professor of Psychology Richard J. McNally at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, show that emotional trauma can stem from imagined experiences. [Broken]
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I tend to subscribe to the "Earth-Lights" explanation of UFO abduction experiences. All of the events enumerated in the original post have been repeoduced by EM fields. In a minor geological event, such a field might be emitted by ball of light suddenly appearing ni the sky. These phenomina together would produce the abduction experience commonly described by most victims.

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