reply to post by Raud
No credible ufo writers? I suggest Budd Hopkins, Richard Dolan, and Stephen Greer and Timothy Good, to name a few. Hopkins, in particular, has
collected over 30 years of data from women claiming abductions, with plenty of followup regressions over years, using his own system to validate the
veracity of witnesse's statements. He compares their conscious statments to their regression statements, using the tried and true technique of asking
false leading questions while in regression. A real experiencer can pick out the false information, for one, and will deny it, and the truth will
often repeat and be built on over many sessions without being led. Rather, the client leads, with reminders of already validated information.
In terms of getting "proof" of validity from a abductee/witness, Dr. John E. Mack created a scientific assessment method, I read it in his
"Passport to the Cosmos". He was investigated by Harvard Medical Board for malpractice in his abductee/hynosis work, and they intended to take away
his medical license. When they examined his methods, they could find NO scientific errors in his assessment model.
Obviously, though, hynotherapy has been legally challenged, and is shown to be vulnerable to false memory creation by inexperienced, or unscrupulous
practitioners. Still, Mack showed how to detect fakes and how to assist those who believe they've been abducted. See Betty and Barney Hill's
recordings and transcripts under hypnosis, done by actual doctors. To say there is no credibility to abductee experiences, I'd inclined to believe
proven experiencer's, over someone who has never been abducted, or claims to know the "truth" without having had the experience doing regressions.
I would tend to believe persons who are lifelong abductee's, who show medical effects, and injury, in their sexual organs, from fetus removal, for
example, such as Kathy, in "Sight Unseen", and many others, including women in "Intruders".
It's not so easy to claim its "all bunk" when screen memories are revealed, not put there by a human, and I believe that happens. That's why they
come to people like Hopkins. They come to have their "fear" examined and to gain some kind of 'protection' from their experiences, to get their
lives back. Read Hopkins, he hides nothing about his method, in fact, he teaches you how he does it legitimately, and the rationale behind his