posted on Jan, 10 2012 @ 02:59 PM
reply to post by Viper2
Originally posted by Dalbeck
Here's the name of a book I read first about abductions and I can really recommend it because it was written by Prof. Dr. John E. Mack: "Abduction.
Human Encounters With Aliens. Scribner, Boston 1994, ISBN 0-684-19539-9".
That book. John Mack was the man. He wasn't scared to say what he felt unlike most people who think like this:
"Ohh boo hoo I can't tell anyone because I'm afraid
people won't believe me" blah blah blah etc etc...
Fear is the real problem. I can't tell you how many folks in my lifetime have told me "be yourself." Or "I don't care what others think." But
when it comes to topics like this people do keep quiet. They're afraid. Afraid they'll lose friends. Family. The person that lays them. The
person or group which employs them. Etc. So they die having not lost those things, yet never figured out who/what they really are. That is a habit
we are going to break in this century my friend. We need to get humanity back on the right track of being true to ourselves.
David Jacobs writes well but he's not a very spiritual person so he really tends to demonize aliens and their motives. His writing reflects his
belief that experiencers are victims of aliens. His beliefs (IMO) fall apart when viewed through a greater context of the meaning of life.
If you can stomach the Mack book then I also recommend:
The Other Sky by Landi and David
The Custodians by Dolores Cannon
Reaching for Reality by Constance