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best way to prevent an abduction?

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posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 09:59 PM
do any of you know the best way to prevent an abduction by aliens, im always scared to go to bed cuz i always think i might get abducted, call me paranoid but im serious

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:02 PM
Ever since i started leaving a light on in the bedroom, they have not come near me.
Give it a try. I think they only come in the dark.
I was visited by some kind of orb about 20 years ago, and THAT was the last time i slept in the dark.
Give it a try.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:05 PM
Have you ever been abducted before??? If not, then I don't think you should worry. The chance is bigger to get in an accident.

I don't know about Alien abductions, but the interviews I've seen with abductees in documentaries are very interesting.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:10 PM
ya ive had a night light in my room for like a yr and no i havent been abducted before

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:12 PM
Then don't worry.

Personally I try to have it as dark as possible when I sleep.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:15 PM
Line your bedroom with Reynolds Wrap Heavy Duty foil so they can't find you when you're asleep.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:18 PM
That's it!!! At least the bedroom windows should be lined with Reynolds foil, extra thick for protection.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:19 PM
When they come to abduct you, tell them that you are upto date on your abductions, and that your next abduction is not due until the end of the month. If it's already the end of the month, tell them it's the end of next month. If they still refuse, tell them you have AIDS, and threaten to bust one onto their foreheads.

posted on Dec, 9 2006 @ 10:20 PM
my whole room with reynolds wrap umm well im still in school and still live with my parents so i dont think thats possible ne other ideas no affence

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 12:57 AM
Aliens and their technology arrive in subtle astral type forms and then become solid, and then fade into astral type forms again. So to prevent abduction you need a barrier that astral forms cannot pass through.

Lobsang Rampa wrote about such barriers when describing the aliens space stations. They have certain control rooms which astral bodies cannot enter and in that way they keep spies out. I think the denser the matter is the harder it is for astral forms to pass through it. I'm not certain though. I'll have to search his books for the info.

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 01:14 AM
I really dislike the greys for abducting people, they scare the crap out of people. They have no good intentions either. If they come to abduct me i'll go to the doctor and remove any # implant i get.

[edit on 11-12-2006 by InSaneTK]

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 02:06 AM
Unless you've had a history of actually being abducted and the experiences being very unpleasant, I wouldn't worry much about the situation.

Some people just have over-active imaginations, which can cause the "fear of the unknown" to take hold of them. Coming from someone who this used to happen to (over-active imagination), just smile and think of something else. Changes your perspective before bedtime

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 09:43 AM

Originally posted by djohnsto77
Line your bedroom with Reynolds Wrap Heavy Duty foil so they can't find you when you're asleep.

Then the cops will wonder what you're doing! lol

Don't let the fearmongers drive your thinking.

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 10:02 AM
my sig used to be an abduction prevention method I snagged from another site. If I recall correctly, they had the foil lining on the windows to avoid being seen and to reflect the abduction beam. They also suggested keeping the shades drawn for the same reason. They suggested keeping windows closed at night. (apparently the aliens can fly light years away and they can use a "beam" to abduct you but they can't get thru windows.

Lastly, and this is the most important aspect of avoiding the abduction. If you awake to find that you forgot to foil the windows, left the window open, the shades up and there is an alien in your window, LOOK AWAY FROM THE BEAM"

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 11:21 AM
Some nights I get kind of paranoid about being abducted, especially after reading about it or watching a documentary on aliens. Basically it is one of the few times that I actually pray, even though I don't really believe in God so much. Moreso I just make a plea to anyone listening and also to the aliens themselves if they can read minds. Something like "Please don't come. Not tonight." etc.

The weird thing is I have never actually been abducted though, so I don't know why it worries me so much.

From the research I have done on the topic, pulling the blinds shut so absolutely no light can get in does seem to help. There are Native people somewhere... I think it is the Maoris in New Zealand... they are absolutely terrified to sleep with the moonlight coming through their windows at night, especially if the light is shining on them. They say that it lets various kinds of bad creatures and demons (possibly their interpretation of aliens) come during the night. Having light shining in also seems to increase your chance of having sleep paralysis if you are prone to it.

[edit on 11-12-2006 by Yarcofin]

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 12:31 PM
I agree with the comments above to the effect that you shouldn't worry about it.

However, for anyone interested I thought I'd post a summary of some of the relevant books and websites I've read in relation to stopping or preventing alien abduction experiences.

Discussions that I've read range from the comments on the use of medication and/or psychiatric treatment, to a wide range of other techniques. Such other techniques include physical struggle or mental struggle with the "abductors", faith, visualisation techniques, the use of "repellents" (including iron objects, small electrical applicances and herbs) to the use of recording devices/sensors.

I've outlined below the main sources of discussion of other methods that I'm aware of.

The most comprehensive collection of relevant discussions that I've read so far is in Ann Druffel's book "How to defend your against alien abductions" (1998). See the reviews of that book on Amazon at:

It is worth noting that Ann Druffel has summarised her views in:

(a) "The Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters" (2001)(edited by Ronald Story) at pages 491-493 (in an entry entitled "resistance techniques against alien abduction") of the New American Library softcover edition, at pages 480-481 of the pdf edition (with the same page numbering in the Microsoft Word edition).

(b) in "The Mammoth Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters" (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) at pages 591-592 (in an entry entitled "resistance techniques against alien abduction") of the Robinson softcover edition.

Another book which discusses surviving alien abductions (but generally by discussing how to adopt a positive attitude, rather than preventing the experiences) is Michelle LaVigne's "The Alien Abduction Survival Guide" (1995). See reviews on Amazon at:

Other discussions in books that I've noted include:
(a) David Coomer in his "The UFO Investigator's Guide" (1999) at pages 52-53 (in Chapter 4) of the Blandford softback edition.

(b) Charles F Emmons in his "At The Threshold: UFOs, Science and the New Age" (1997) at pages 178-179 (in Chapter 9) of the Wild Flower Press softcover edition.

Material currently on the Internet on this subject appears to be relatively limited. I think the most substantive discussions I've seen of different techniques is at the website below (which, as the author of that website acknowledges) is largely based on the book by Ann Druffel mentioned above:

For one particular viewpoint and item, see:

For a comment expressing doubt about claims made for some prevention techniques, see:

Kind Regards,

Isaac Koi

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 12:58 PM
What works for me may help others to avoid the trauma of alien abduction. It requires very few preventative measures and has reliable success.
You need to place a comprehensive medical encyclopedia on a bedside table or cabinet illuminated with a low wattage night lamp.
Assuming the'visitor' enters the room he/she/it will find it and return to the mothership with this impressive bounty and avoid time consuming anatomical surgery on you.
Follow this advice and you are comforted by the fact that you'll be around to face another day at work and your sanity and credibility in your social and occupational circles will remain intact.

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 02:37 PM
Yar, like I said, it's just your over-active imagination, that's feeding the fear of the unknown for you, and you've never experienced contact with E.T. so it will fighten you to think of it.

The government and other people take advantage of this fear that you develop and help make it larger by mocked up horror stories of terrible events that occur. Or how the Greys are here in implement a slave/hybrid race or how the reptilians are in control or how "the Annunaki are abducting Christian Women

That is what they feed off of and it just makes things worse. They are seen as a beacon of information, that makes you want to listen and when you do, it's disheartening and depressing.

Don't worry about that sort of stuff before you go to bed, just smile and think of something you enjoy and it'll go away.

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 03:07 PM

Turn on lights or use night light

Line room and or windows with Reynolds wrap

Pull shades down tight

Close windows

Now if I were part of a race so advanced that we could conquer interstellar travel and levitate people with "beams" as well as walk thru solid objects, etc..

Well then, of course all those things listed would definitely stop me from taking you if I wanted to!

posted on Dec, 11 2006 @ 05:48 PM
I have three words of advice for those who want to stop abduction.

1. don't bath. the aliens hate that.

2. seek shelter in a NY subway. No alien is going to persue you down there. The rats are bigger then them for petes sake!

3. Ever thought about seeking a residence in an Indian Gaming Casino? Not the nice one's like pachanga but the scary ones in the desert at truck stops, with florescent lighting and fold out tabels and metal folding chairs. If those aliens want me they can come get me, at the indian gaming casino. Good luck surviving the denisens there my little grey friend.

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