reply to post by Raoul Duke
I really don't think this is something you need to worry about.
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
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: