Originally posted by PhoenixSGC
how do you know whether you have been abducted or not? and is there any tell tale signs?
Love and Light
I've counseled abductees and became a hynotherapist in the mid 1990s. There are a number of telltale signs to indicate that an abduction has
occurred. Here are the ones that immediately come to mind:
1. Missing time. This is when you look at a clock or watch and the next thing you know the time has skipped ahead (like a few hours or even a day or
longer). Abductees have often had missing time when on the road and find themselves waking up in their vehicles, parked in the middle of nowhere with
their vehicle engine turned off.
2. No longer being pregnant.
3. The appearance of scars and/or needle marks on the skin that were not noticed before.
4. Awakening in a place and not knowing how one got there.
5. Illness that is related to radiation exposure.
6. Experiencing nightmares that pertain to being abducted by Grey-aliens. Most abductions are carried out by the Grays; these work under the direction
of Reptilian-aliens -- their home base is Zeta IV in the Zeta 2 Reticuli System.
7. The memory of an intense bright white or sky blue light (much brighter than that of a police helicopter searchlight) just prior to blacking out.
This is how the Zetans immoblize their prey. They do this with a sophisticated paralysis beam. If your arm is touched by it, it will go numb. If your
head is touched by it, you will go unconscious.
Only go to a medical doctor you can trust and don't tell them what you think happened, only that you want a physical performed and to check out any
new marks (e.g., scars) that appeared.
Many psychologists and psychiatrists are biased against the existence of space-aliens as well as the discarnate dimensions. They surround themselves
with terms like "magical thinking" to explain away that which doesn't agree with the obsolete Freudian paradigm. Many of them still have problems
with the notion of Near Death Experiences, indicating that their "science" is highly inadequate for the task at hand. Needless to say, prejudice
such as this can and does distort an objective analysis.
Avoid any medication prescribed for "nerves" by a psychiatrist or family physician as it might prove to be an obstacle for a clear memory of what
Screen the hypnotherapist ahead of time before going to one. Get references. Some of them run group therapy sessions for abductees but there are also
scam artists in the field. Unless you intend to see someone like Donna Higbee, Dr. John Mack, Dr. Raymond Moody, Budd Hopkins, or someone equally
qualified and well-known, be very careful with the hypnotherapist and/or doctor you choose.
Immediately after the occurrence, write down and/or record everything you can remember, even bits of memory that you have. These bits of information
can be possibly validated and further explored with a qualified hypnotherapist or therapist that is experienced in this field.
Let yourself be open to the possibility that much of what you think happened didn't actually happen that particular way. Yes, you might have been
abducted, but the Zetans are very shrewd in the art of psychological manipulation. They are known to implant "screen memories" in abductees which
distorts the victims' understanding of the experience.
Let me give you an example...
I knew a women that told me about an incident whereby she saw a UFO hovering near her house at night. Foolishly, she opened her front door for a
better look and spotted an alien nearby on the ground.
The next thing she remembered was not being able to turn around and go up the stairs, much less close the door.
She was already paralyzed.
Then she blacked out and woke up in the middle of the night with the following screen memory:
She awakened in her bed next to her husband and woke him up to relay to him what had happened. Her husband responded by saying something to the effect
of: "They probably don't want you anyway."
That's a rather odd thing to say to someone, don't you think?
The next morning she asked her husband about their conversation. He stated that he had no memory of talking to her during the night.
The whole scenario of her being in bed, waking up and talking to her husband who downplayed the whole experience, is a classic example of a screen
Here are other examples...
1. A strong belief that the Zetans can walk through walls.
If they could truly walk through walls, then this ufologist and many others would have been "toast" years ago in the process of our investigations
and efforts to explain the Zetan agenda.
2. A strong belief that the Zetans are telepathic. They are no more telepathic than your typical channeler/psychic.
3. A strong belief that the Zetans can teleport.
Think about it, if the Zetans could truly teleport, then why do they have to go through the process of first paralyzing their victims? All they would
need to do is teleport the intended into a holding cell onboard their spacecraft!
Zetans are not godlike or superhuman. They just have had many thousands of years to experiment in manipulating Homo sapiens and other humanoid species
in order to get them to believe EXACTLY what they want them to believe. Abductees who believe their captors have godlike abilities are less likely to
Keep your doors and windows locked and your shades closed at night. (This is good advice against crime in general.) If you see a UFO, DO NOT attempt
to get a better look -- especially if you are in a deserted area. Be streetwise. Immediately seek shelter from their paralysis beams, preferably in a
Remember: we are viewed by the Zetans as nothing more than farm and laboratory animals. Once kidnapped, you have absolutely no rights whatsoever.
[edit on 13-6-2004 by Paul_Richard]