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Originally posted by zetamafia911
reply to post by SmokeJaguar67
do you think you could like the John Lear account? Sounds like an interesting read.
Originally posted by InTrueFiction
Originally posted by Nizzmo
In reality the beings are not hostile, if they were why would they drop off the abductees back safely? It doesnt make sense.
When thinking about the possibility of alien abduction I often remember what we have all witnessed extensively on many National Geographic documentaries - render the animal defenceless, weight it, touch it, measure it, take its blood, tag it and release it. For us it represents a look at the beauty of nature and even care/concern towards the animal's species.
For the animal it could very well be the most traumatizing experience it ever endured. They were going about in their world as usual when suddenly a strange species unknown to them subdues them by unknown means, performs the weirdest actions on their bodies and then releases them.
So maybe abductees are all unwilling participants of the Galactic Geographic network. As for hostility or not - we ourselves don't have much history on waging open war on any other species. We go there, we get what we want, if they get too close we hurt them, sometimes we abduct them and study them for simple scientific curiosity and other times we put them in zoos.
I'm sure the wild animals at your local zoo are thinking, "Back in the jungle the guys would never believe what just happened to me."
this is me after my "eye exam," fortunately there was no lasting damage.