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When the aliens take over earth, the hierarchy will run like this: insectoids, then grays, then hybrids, next abductees, and, way down on the bottom, the rest of humanity, who may be kept in special preserves as breeding stock in case the hybrid program runs into unexpected trouble. (Which sounds as if most non-abductees are going to be killed or otherwise removed from the scene, unless these preserves encompass most of the planet. Jacobs doesn't clarify this rather crucial detail. But he does talk about "The Change," his term for the alien takeover -- modeled, apparently, on how he says the hybrids and aliens speak to abductees -- , which might be accompanied by the catastrophes the aliens supposedly predict to abductees.)
(David Jacobs, The Threat. The Secret Agenda: What the Aliens Want, and How They Plan To Get It.)
Nobody who knows David Jacobs -- a sensible history professor at Temple University -- will be surprised to learn that his publisher made up this lurid title. But it exaggerates only one thing: Jacobs hasn't figured out exactly how the aliens will carry out their final plan. He thinks he knows what it is, though, and that's news. To my knowledge, no other reputable UFO researcher has ever gone that far. And Jacobs's findings aren't any fun. There is an alien threat, he's concluded; the aliens are going to take over. They plan to replace us with alien-human hybrids, the very hybrids that -- according to Jacobs and his abduction research colleague Budd Hopkins -- abductees have given birth to, and have been commanded to hug during their abductions.
Nobody who knows David Jacobs -- a sensible history professor at Temple University...
Casteel: What do the aliens really want?
Jacobs: Well, you know, the ultimate question I think to ask for the UFO phenomenon is "Just what the hell do you think they're here for?" That's the question that I've tried to address in this book--what is this all about? What is happening here? Why is this happening? Why are people saying that these events are happening? So what I've done then is try to answer those questions as best I can by using as much information as I can from eleven years of fairly intensive research into abductions.
And what I've been able to find is that this is a program. They're not here just because they're examining people, or studying people, or experimenting on people. I don't know, Sean, if you remember I gave a talk about that in Los Angeles when I saw you. So they're not here to sort of "examine" us in some way. They're here on a mission. They're here with a goal in mind. They've got a program, and it's a program with a beginning, a middle and an end. It's a program that is goal-directed and I think we're entering into sort of the end-phase of this program. I think that we're moving towards the end of this.
of the aliens and the hybrid offspring that are also a part of us?
Oneiroid syndrome (OS), or dream-like fantastic delusional derangement of consciousness, is characterized by a kaleidoscopic quality of psychopathological experiences, wherein reality, illusions and hallucinations are merged into one. It is typically accompanied by motor and, in particular, catatonic disturbances. This syndrome is an uncommon psychiatric state, which is hardly mentioned in standard psychiatric textbooks.
Yep, you're definitely a buzzkill. Why don't you practice your stand-up comedy act somewhere else, and come back when you're better. We may even laugh...
Originally posted by lavoisier
It's not a question of trying to be funny - malevolent, secretive extraterrestrials trying to take over human society just IS funny to anyone with a brain, because of the sheer poitnlessness of it. It's like people who believe in Satan vs. God - if Satan wins, what then? Satan oversees his new empire and sruggles to combat the influence of "evil" dissenter God.
Aliens should just kill us all now and save us from the tedious, humourless paranoia of guys like David Jacobs.