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Each of the patients who claims to have been abducted by aliens and believed that a transmitter was implanted in their brain has shown abnormalities in brain wave activity in their parietal lobe. “That’s the area that does visual and auditory integration into higher order thinking,” he said. “The parietal areas process visual and auditory data, but they can intrinsically create it themselves and then send it to the pre-frontal region, where you become aware of it. … Our thinking is that there’s something in the parietal areas that’s generating (the feeling that transmissions from aliens are being sent to the brain).” The electrical brain wave activity of the alien abductee patients looks similar to that of patients who have experienced traumatic brain injury, he said. Russo, who operates offices in both Honolulu and Hilo, says that he tries to look at the patients’ experiences from their point of view and works with them to try to help alleviate their problem. “I’m not casting judgment about what it is they’re saying and their history,” he said Friday. “All I’m saying is that these areas of the brain are similar between patients. … Patients would not come to me if I did not take them seriously and their problems seriously. I don’t discount what they’ve said. I try to make the pain or discomfort or anxieties diminish.” Russo said that when he is performing the DEEG tests, patients will often ask him if he can see the transmitter. “‘No, I can’t see the transmitter,’ I’ll tell them. ‘But I can see the brain signals,” he said. Russo said that so far, when he has explained his findings to his patients, they have responded well. “It validates what they’re experiencing. It’s something that can be detected or measured using human equipment — most of what they’ve had is an extraterrestrial experience. So, I’m able to say, ‘Yes, I can see your brain and the area where there are communication difficulties,’” he said. “‘And I have medicines that may help the pain you’re experiencing or turn down or off the transmissions you’re experiencing.’”
originally posted by: Zcustosmorum
a reply to: TheGozerian
It's an interesting subject and no matter what you think about the stories the abductees tell, there's still something happening to them.
That said, some true abductees need serious help with coping with existing in two worlds, but given the blanket denial of the phenomena from the very top down, there is little comfort to be had except via narrow parameters that ignore the cause and treat the symptoms.
originally posted by: NiZZiM
But why are these people seeing the SAME type of alien, craft and surgeries? Why do they not have completely different experiences?