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Originally posted by TheyAreNotWhoTheySayTheyR
So, has anyone read "Abduction - Human Encounters with Aliens" by John E. Mack, Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School?
But what I have found to be so extraordinary from the beginning of my study has been the readily identifiable patterns that emerge when the case narratives are examined carefully.
I cannot say that the cases selected have been "typical," because I do not know what a typical case would be, or even that there is such a thing as a typical case.
There are aspects of UFO abductions that do not obey the physical laws of the universe as we have known them. Some of the phenomena might be understood at some future time through great advances in physics. But others, such as the capacity abductees like Paul discover to move their consciousness through space and time, require another onotological paradigm.