Originally posted by JonInMichigan
reply to post by dave420
I understand where you are coming from and I would probably feel the same way if I hadn't been taken from my bedroom for as long as I can remember
(since at least 4 years old). I am turning 40 this summer.
Understand please: When I was four, it was 1972. We didn't have 300 channels of TV. We had three chan and the only thing they said about UFOs is
that there was nothing to them. Aliens where either hot sluts in space or robot looking dudes. But I was visited by greys. When close encounters
came out I neary sh_t myself as it was the first time I had seen similar creatures in media.
1. I was having the experience prior to the media exposure.
2. I never have seen these really old movies or comic books that are often sited as the source for the look of the greys.
3. My experiences finally stopped in august of 2000. I figured they lost interest in me. (My kids just turned 8 months and 21 months and I wondered
if it had anything to do with them.) THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I HAVE HEARD THAT ABDUCTIONS ARE WAY DOWN. I had no idea until I checked this thread
4. I'm not open about it - except on Anonomous threads that I have been abducted. I do not want attention...
Take this for what it's worth... I am skeptical of most people I see on TV claiming to have had the experience...
I can support this with our family's experiences. My abductions started in 1960 when I too was 4 years old, and my mother reported to me that hers
began when SHE was 4 in 1938. In those days there was absolutely NO literature on the subject, nothing at all in the popular media and the subject of
'alien abductions' simply and absolutely did not exist in the public domain ANYWHERE. We never understood what the heck was happening to us, and
kept it secret for obvious reasons.
When I was about 8 years old I talked about the night time visitations with my grandmother (maternal side). She understood, and referred to them as
'The Pixies.' She told me there was nothing I could do about it but they would always bring me back and not harm me. So there is strong evidence
that she was an abductee in the very early part of the C20, about 1915 or thereabouts. This in my view makes this phenomenon 100% real and rules out
any fantasy about it being the result of some popular media fabrication in the 1980s.
It was only in recent years when I hooked up with the IF
that I started to understand these patterns have been reported by tens of thousands of people for decades, and that the narratives are essentially all
the same. The public exposure of this phenomenon has come very late in the day, and the abductions pre-date ANY mention of it in the media or in the
public domain by at least 50 years.
There is absolutely, definitely, unequivocably a strong intergenerational element to these abductions. It is reported over and again that one genetic
line is followed and sperm/ova harvested over 3 or 4 generations of one family. Maybe the genes are interfered with at the conception stage and they
want to follow and modify what they are doing intergenerationally. We can only speculate about this.
Like you, and virtually all abductees, very few people know about our family's history with this thing. None of my professional colleagues, who I
have worked with for decades, know about it. Like 95% of serial abductees, there is absolutely no way we want to be burdened with all the issues which
would inevitably come with public exposure. So we keep it quiet, and out of the public eye. I respect those who can go on record with their
experiences (like Brigette Grant for instance) but I am not one of them - not in the current climate anyway. Internet forums are anonymous, so they
are a different ball game entirely.
We do have strong evidence of a huge hybrid/transgenic breeding program carried out over most of the C20, but I won't go into that. Most of this
research evidence is now in the public domain, thanks to pioneering researchers like Budd Hopkins, Professor David Jacobs, the late John Mack
(Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard until his death in 2004), Raymond Fowler, Yvonne Smith, John Carpenter and many others worldwide too numerous to
mention. Some skeptics of course do not accept the evidence, but there is a lot of it. Some of the cases have been deeply researched and are supported
by independent witnesses, forensic traces and external and internal biological scarring.
Abductees report that they have been told by the Grays that there are three phases to their program: gradual (over 80 years/several generations),
accelerated (10-15 years), and sudden. The precise form and meaning of the 'sudden' phase is not clear, but leaves abductees with the strong
lfe-long feeling of a sense of 'mission', that 'something important/transformativew/revelatory' will occur in their lifetimes and they will be
part of it, etc. etc. Like thousands of other abductees, both my mother and I felt this way all our lives. It was conditioned into us by the
abductors. Maybe we were deceived, but it's difficult to get rid of the conditioning as they permanently change your neural pathways in some way and
cause you to think differently. The abductors do deceive to placate their chosen subjects and enable them to carry out their program as efficiently as
possible with the least interference. It's totally goal-directed and pragmatic.
There are reports about 'human-looking aliens' over several decades. These may be the result of alien genetic engineering to look like us, for what
purpose we can't know. Maybe we'll never know.
If the reported program is nearing its final objective, then maybe we will know one day. Maybe soon. Maybe it will be good news for the human race.
Maybe not. It's a real phenomenon though, regardless of any confusion over details.