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People appear to be abducted for a variety of reasons of aliens. Physical experiences include medical
examinations, reproductive procedures, including sexual relations with aliens, testing of their body fluids,
insertion and replacement of implants, relating to their hybrid offspring, testing of emotional reactions, and
sometimes being suspended in large tanks of strange liquid.
Astral experiences include being taken by the little whites to a state described as a web of learning, where
they learn healing, psychic, ecological, and technological skills, piloting spaceships, how to help surviving
humans after massive earth disasters, and other subjects. Perhaps for their own sense of security, these
abductees construct in their minds a setting that seems appropriate for this kind of learning: A school, a
laboratory, a library, a temple of learning, or some similar setting, although they are actually experiencing a
non-physical place and state of being. Any abductee may experience combinations of physical and astral,
positive and negative experiences. Abductees may encounter many different kinds of aliens over time, often
during one abduction. Some abductees have terrifying experiences at the beginning of an experience but end
up feeling thrilled to be face-to-face with enlightened, spiritual beings; some abductees become able to
channel meaningful information from these beings. Whether the experience is to be physical or astral, it
begins with the abductee being rendered paralyzed and amnesic. Experiencers have told me that this is
necessary to prevent their flailing out in fright and anger, and to enable the particles of their bodies to
separate enough to move through a solid wall or closed window. Because this part of the experience seems
to be intrusive and non-optional, the abductee usually reacts negatively, even if the experience turns out to be
a positive one.