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Alien Abduction/Visitation: Induction of Sleep Paralysis

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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 08:32 PM
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From the book "IMPLAUSIBLE BELIEFS in the Bible, Astrology and UFOs" by Allan Mazur (2008), page 132:
"Abduction believers exaggerate the extent to which the accounts are consistent. Emphasizing their discrepancies, psychologist Susan Clancy writes (2005: 82-83):
[They vary enormously in details such as how people get "taken" (through walls; sucked up by beams of light; ushered into UFOs), what the aliens look like (tall; short; pads on their fingers; suction cups on their fingers; webbed hands; nonwebbed hands), what they wear (nothing; orange overalls; silver track suits; black scarf and cap), what type of examination is done (needles stuck in nose; intestines pulled out; anal "nubbins" inserted; feet examined with manicure scissors), what type of sexual activity ensues ("he mounted me"; "a rotating ball massaged me"; "my eggs were taken"; "she was beautiful, with cherry-red pubic hair"; "sperm was sucked from my penis by machine"), what the purpose of the abduction is (human colonization; hybridization; education; comunication; world destruction; world peace), why people get chosen ("I'm very intuitive"; "we're all abducted"; "I'm the chose one"; "they wouldn't tell me").]

Given the choice between a commonplace explanation and a fantastic explanation for the provenance of abduction images, why do so many people believe the fantastic option?"

In my opinion, you are offering a fantastic option. Also, I don't accept a single alleged "alien abduction" as having any basis in reality. They are all mental construction and the "evidence" points in that direction.

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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 08:37 PM
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In my opinion, you are offering a fantastic option. Also, I don't accept a single alleged "alien abduction" as having any basis in reality. They are all mental construction and the "evidence" points in that direction.


Really? So you are saying you can explain away these cases?


www.abovetopsecret.com...



What evidence points in the direction of? You mean lack there of, please do tell. They are all a mental construction? So you had the chance to mentally evaluate all these abductees?

Hahahah Oh Shrike you make me laugh in your attempt to sanitize the UNEXPLAINED

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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 08:44 PM
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Originally posted by Unknown Soldier
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In my opinion, you are offering a fantastic option. Also, I don't accept a single alleged "alien abduction" as having any basis in reality. They are all mental construction and the "evidence" points in that direction.


Really? So you are saying you can explain away these cases?


www.abovetopsecret.com...



What evidence points in the direction of? You mean lack there of, please do tell. They are all a mental construction? So you had the chance to mentally evaluate all these abductees?

Hahahah Oh Shrike you make me laugh in your attempt to sanitize the UNEXPLAINED

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I was going to add the following to my reply but I'll answer you instead. I had a sleep paralysis episode and the literature describes it as it happened to me. After I awoke, I never had a second thought that it was connected to aliens. I accept the explanation that you can become conscious while sleeping and for a few moments your body is indeed paralyzed because the body hasn't awakened yet. There have always been episodes of sleep paralysis but with the modern era of UFOs and aliens and also thanks to Hollywood and TV and newspapers and magazines and books, of course, humans who have not learned about the history of sleep paralysis now transfer these natural and normal episodes to a fantasy.

Aliens have never abducted skeptics, only believers. How do "they" know who is a skeptic and who is a believer and why do they choose believers?



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 08:56 PM
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Aliens have never abducted skeptics, only believers. How do "they" know who is a skeptic and who is a believer and why do they choose believers?


Sure there have, and because you had sleep paralysis and can explain what happened to you does not mean every one else has the same experience, your experience sounds unlike an abduction scenario so I agree you were not abducted. But it really does not relate to each end every person that has claimed to be abducted. Not all people think the same this is where your error in judgment begins. You are generalizing an entire group of individuals as a whole, in a stereo type. While some are flaky and unstable others are very down to earth average people who are skeptical of the subject like myself. Im saying in your line of explanation and theory does not look at the wide spectrum of it and all the factors that go along with it.


Im guessing all the witnesses that Observed these abductions as well must have been under the same Mental condition as well? Total strangers to the abductee mind you were subject to this contagious mental condition as well? Please tell me something i have not heard in the 20 plus years looking for a viable answer. You would be surprised how many of us are not willing to invest total belief in to the Alien answer. Its not a subject i would suggest reading up on while wearing blinders.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 09:10 PM
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Originally posted by Unknown Soldier



Aliens have never abducted skeptics, only believers. How do "they" know who is a skeptic and who is a believer and why do they choose believers?


Sure there have, and because you had sleep paralysis and can explain what happened to you does not mean every one else has the same experience, your experience sounds unlike an abduction scenario so I agree you were not abducted. But it really does not relate to each end every person that has claimed to be abducted. Not all people think the same this is where your error in judgment begins. You are generalizing an entire group of individuals as a whole, in a stereo type. While some are flaky and unstable others are very down to earth average people who are skeptical of the subject like myself. Im saying in your line of explanation and theory does not look at the wide spectrum of it and all the factors that go along with it.


Im guessing all the witnesses that Observed these abductions as well must have been under the same Mental condition as well? Total strangers to the abductee mind you were subject to this contagious mental condition as well? Please tell me something i have not heard in the 20 plus years looking for a viable answer. You would be surprised how many of us are not willing to invest total belief in to the Alien answer. Its not a subject i would suggest reading up on while wearing blinders.


I've been dealing with reality for 72 years. Reality humors fantasy but the separation is solid. Of course, I'm talking about alien abductions of which I do not accept a single case as being as real as the sun "rising" every day. I question all claims and, so far, alleged alien abductions are that: alleged.

•An allegation (also called adduction) is a claim of a fact by a party in a pleading, which the party claims to be able to prove. Allegations remain assertions without proof, until they can be proved.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allege

Where's the proof? All you can supply is hearsay.
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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 09:46 PM
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…There is only thing I think SI may possess a possible fragment of and that is the idea that some individuals are more conscious than others…

They Come From Within
by mikeboydus



I just happened to be reading that outstanding thread and it made me think of you & your posts around here, Shrike. So maybe something like that is part of the reason some attain--or are involuntarily subjected to--astral experiences and others are just pinned to the bed on their stomach.

Plus, you're alright and all that but have you ever considered that your raspy personality might bore beings from another dimension? Or scare 'em--you are feisty and I give you respect for that.


For anyone else here that might be interested the thread above is a tour de force far-ranging synthesis & hypothesis of topics that will interest many here on this thread. From Vallee & Hynek to Theosphy to Jung to Swedenborg to Quantum puzzles and so much more. I'm still reading it. Check it out.

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posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 09:55 PM
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maybe it's because we're dealing with a phenomenon that is not physical in nature
as we know it. thus evidence is gonna be impossible to find aside from eyewitness stuff for the most part.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 11:09 PM
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Originally posted by The GUT
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…There is only thing I think SI may possess a possible fragment of and that is the idea that some individuals are more conscious than others…

They Come From Within
by mikeboydus



I just happened to be reading that outstanding thread and it made me think of you & your posts around here, Shrike. So maybe something like that is part of the reason some attain--or are involuntarily subjected to--astral experiences and others are just pinned to the bed on their stomach.

Plus, you're alright and all that but have you ever considered that your raspy personality might bore beings from another dimension? Or scare 'em--you are feisty and I give you respect for that.


For anyone else here that might be interested the thread above is a tour de force far-ranging synthesis & hypothesis of topics that will interest many here on this thread. From Vallee & Hynek to Theosphy to Jung to Swedenborg to Quantum puzzles and so much more. I'm still reading it. Check it out.

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I visited the thread, thanks for the link. I was/am familiar with everything in that thread. I used to work for The American Society For Psychical Research when they were housed on 5th Ave., NYC, in 1969. I was the Assistant to the Executive Secretary and maintaining the Society's library, with its thousands of books, was my responsibility. The Society moved to its present address at West 73rd St. I didn't go with them.

I'm pretty well read on just about every topic you can mention and was involved in many activities. I've slept in a sleep lab with my head wired. I became a topnotch hypnotist. I'm aware of almost every claim made for an alien abduction. I do not accept any of them. Believers do because their minds are easy to manipulate so claims of alien abductions are accepted as real by believers only. The claims violate common sense, logic, and reason. For someone such as me that is extremely well versed on UFOs and aliens, claims of abduction do not meet the criteria of truth.



posted on Jan, 15 2011 @ 11:28 PM
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Originally posted by The Shrike
quote] ...I used to work for The American Society For Psychical Research when they were housed on 5th Ave., NYC, in 1969. I was the Assistant to the Executive Secretary and maintaining the Society's library, with its thousands of books, was my responsibility. The Society moved to its present address at West 73rd St. I didn't go with them...

...I became a topnotch hypnotist...


That's pretty cool stuff, Shrike. I don't want to get off topic here, but I would definitely like to hear your opinion on whether someone can--as opposed to most claims about hypnotism--be induced to do something that is in conflict with their value system?

And back to this subject somewhat: So you don't believe in abductions & such...does that mean you have no belief in a non-human consciousness existing in a dimension normally unseen by 'us' in this one?



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 12:39 AM
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Originally posted by The GUT

Originally posted by The Shrike
quote] ...I used to work for The American Society For Psychical Research when they were housed on 5th Ave., NYC, in 1969. I was the Assistant to the Executive Secretary and maintaining the Society's library, with its thousands of books, was my responsibility. The Society moved to its present address at West 73rd St. I didn't go with them...

...I became a topnotch hypnotist...


That's pretty cool stuff, Shrike. I don't want to get off topic here, but I would definitely like to hear your opinion on whether someone can--as opposed to most claims about hypnotism--be induced to do something that is in conflict with their value system?

And back to this subject somewhat: So you don't believe in abductions & such...does that mean you have no belief in a non-human consciousness existing in a dimension normally unseen by 'us' in this one?


It is up to the skill of the hypnotist to convince through effective suggestions a behavior that would normally not be expressed by a person making conscious judgements. But since hypnosis bypasses the conscious to access the subconscious there is the possibility that it can be done.

I have a problem with your second proposition. First, though, I do not have a belief system. My study of the mind taught me how to live without a belief system. I either know or don't know but I do not believe nor do I use the word believe when speaking about myself.

I've had enough experiences to make me wonder if there is more to us than our mind allows. Certain circumstances allow a peek into other dimensions but are those dimensions being experienced really existing separately from ours or are they a product of our own mind? When we sleep, we are unconscious. But in sleep many strange things happen including lucid dreaming which allow us to awake somewhere while our body sleeps. Is that somewhere real or do we create the illusion of reality when we are not conscious in our physical reality?

Of course other dimensions exist as science has discovered with sound and light. But the kicker is, are there beings in other dimensions also and are they aware of us and interact with us. Some say we do and others find it impossible. Because I haven't had a personal experience, while conscious!, with any other reality other than the reality I'm in right now as I type, I cannot make a definite judgement. All I can say is I don't know.

The psychedelics I've enjoyed and the books written by Robert Monroe are what keep me wondering and Monroe's works are extremely convincing.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 12:58 AM
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Star and Flag!!!!

I haven't read the thread or the posts yet, but thumbs up to you for speaking on this phenomenon!!!

I have discussed this in length with close family members and friends last summer, especially after watching the move," The Fourth Kind" as I made the connection of sleep paralysis and alien abductions.

I'll check back in once I finish reading the thread and posts.

Just wanted to give you kudos in advance!!



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 01:34 AM
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Originally posted by Pimander
This is not just a re-hash of old material. After a brief review of the topic, I will discuss a new angle that I don't remember seeing anybody else bring to the table.

The experiences of alien abduction/visitation have been reported by many thousands of people. Let us remind ourselves that the experience goes back into history. It is only in the space-age that it has been associated with aliens. Ancient examples include the incubus and the Celtic fairy phenomenon.



In modern times, while the historical aspects of the phenomena continue, a new dimension has manifested. This is the space age popular notion of the Alien Abduction. The Hills Abduction (1961) is probably the most famous and first well known example.



Five of the most solid cases are discussed in this thread by JKrog. JKrog draws the conclusion from studying these cases that the following conclusion.



In conclusion,obviously we can see the stunning similarities here stretched out not only by space(accounts all over the world),but by time as well.All the creatures look the same,the modus operandi is the same,I think these can also be presented as a clincher for proof of aliens existence.I am more than willing to hear any and all debate on any one of these cases,as well as invite opinions from the members who believe in this ongoing phenomena. www.abovetopsecret.com...


The 'alien abduction' phenomenon has, given us remarkably little by way of physical evidence. One of the few examples is an alien hair that was left on the penis of Australian, Peter Khoury after a visitation experience. This hair was subjected to DNA analysis and showed that the DNA was a extremely rare human Asian type which is further from the human mainstream that all but the African pygmy family. Bill Chalkers article on this case can be found here. He has also written a book on the case.

As Chalker discusses below, we had more of this type of evidence to work with. As a trained scientist with a working knowledge of molecular genetics, I can only concur. I would love the opportunity to review more of this type of research. It is high time mainstream UFOlogy and alien research became a more credible discipline.


I certainly would be more comfortable if dozens of samples like that from Khoury’s experience existed and if their testing revealed some consistency of results. But for now we have only this anomalous sample, which has provided us with a strange DNA profile. Meanwhile, our findings will continue to be subjected to review and debate. While the Khoury case confirms the utility of the DNA forensic approach, the real challenge ahead for researchers is to determine if these anomalies are both valid and significant. To do this, abduction researchers should cooperate in a testing program focused on DNA profiling. Testing of a significant number of legitimate samples would allow us to validate or invalidate the apparent anomalies so far documented. Such a strategy could help us determine whether the aliens are a biological reality and if indeed any of them are visiting our planet and abducting humans.
Chalker, Bill (1995). Hair of the Alien: The DNA Paradigm.


As is well known, the experience is associated with sleep paralysis. This has been taken by many sceptical researchers and pschologists to dismiss the phenomenon as a physiological or spiritual experience.. Skyfloating wrote an interesting peice in the OP to this interesting thread and draws the conclusion that it is all astral in origin.


Originally posted by Skyfloating
So why do I think that the "Grays" are not actually ETs but astral-beings? Because:

* Almost all Abduction accounts take place in the bedroom in states of sleep, half-sleep, half-waking, etc. The only way the astral-world is accesible is in a state between waking and sleeping.

* Some Abductees talk of sleep-paralysis, which is a telltale-sign of an astral-experience.

* The only physical evidence that ever shows up is related to the physical body (scars, wounds, rashes). The astral-level, in conjunction with the mind is able to create such phenomena (if the mind is convinced of its reality) but unlikely to have any stronger influence on the physical realm.

* The actions performed are not immediately recognizable as those we might associate benevolence or a species that is ethically highly advanced with. Holding people against their will is more typical of astral-entities.

There is a more important reason I think alien-abductions may not be alien-abductions but astral-phenomenon: Because I experienced abductions myself, as a child. And I also experienced astral-projection. And sleep-paralysis. And they all tied in with each other. And the experiences were very real, even horrifying, but they did not seem to take place in the same reality as waking-life. And I didn't seem able to bring back evidence of the experiences as they all happened at night.
www.abovetopsecret.com...


But could JKrog be right that there is a real group of creatures responsible?

My new suggestion on the alien abduction/visitation phenomenon is as follows. What if the modern manifestation is due to an exploitation of the physiological mechanism of sleep paralysis. This could be by either an extra-dimensional race (which ties in nicely with both JKrog's and Skyfloating's respective ideas above) or Extraterrestrial race or even a mixture of the both.

If the phenomena is partly physical, evidenced by the hair mentioned above, marks on the body mentioned by Skyfloating and even the reports of possible implants then it must be possible to induce sleep paralysis by an astral (extra-dimensional) or technological means. This would also mean that covert MILABS operations may have exploited the same techniques in the MILABS abductions mentioned in this thread started by decoy.
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The truth is that aliens are designed to fit a given culture in society - be it in celtic times the fairies abducting children in forests or our 'space-age brothers' in a modern today. Furthermore the experience is spiritual in nature given the way the entities react in the face of their enemy Jesus. If a victim is holy-spirit filled and calls upon their saviour, they flee (check my signature for a site with many documented cases of abduction). Furthermore Satan is a master or illusion, and his 'alien abduction' plan is one of his best creations.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 02:00 AM
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This is another example of how ATS seems to be always above me, always ahead of me in research, so its fun to look here lol. It could be anything, but remember the physical marks of abductees who never went to any researcher group or ever told anybody other than their couple best friends.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 02:01 AM
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I've banged on about this on here before, so in a nutshell, if you want "sleep paralysis" do the following and if you don't, then don't.

Find a room with a smooth, plain, light coloured wall that has a store room or unused room on the other side of it. The key point is the other room must have been undisturbed for a long time (some months minimum). The wall must have no decorations (pictures etc) on it. Move your bed length ways against the wall so that you are sleeping parallel to and directly adjacent to the wall. "It" won't happen immediately but this is the sleep paralysis equivalent of painting a massive "inter-dimensional" bullseye on your ass.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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Originally posted by nomadros
I've banged on about this on here before, so in a nutshell, if you want "sleep paralysis" do the following and if you don't, then don't.

Find a room with a smooth, plain, light coloured wall that has a store room or unused room on the other side of it. The key point is the other room must have been undisturbed for a long time (some months minimum). The wall must have no decorations (pictures etc) on it. Move your bed length ways against the wall so that you are sleeping parallel to and directly adjacent to the wall. "It" won't happen immediately but this is the sleep paralysis equivalent of painting a massive "inter-dimensional" bullseye on your ass.


And sleep on your back.

I used to get sleep paralysis more often than I've ever heard of anyone getting it. Every night for years, at least 2 or 3 times a night. I've had the strangest experiences.. It was horrible. Used to be able to "astral project" when it happened at will... It doesn't happen anymore very often, but I still have dreams about aliens and being on another planet, and I dream lucid.. Sometimes I have false awakenings or wake up having a panic attack... I've always blamed aliens. Apparently there is a laser that will paralyze you on contact... creeps me out.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 06:48 AM
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The fact is that there has never been any independently witnessed abduction. Nobody has stood there and watched a group of non-human entities carry a person away.


Excerpts from interview with Budd Hopkins
His cases—people who believe they have been abducted by aliens

The Linda Case

HOPKINS: She was abducted from a 12th floor apartment in Manhattan. Floated out the window. And in this case, the UFO occupants wanted this to be seen, for various complicated reasons.

So therefore, it was not masked or hidden or whatnot. Even though it was three in the morning. This woman was witnessed floating with the three aliens—below the UFO, 12 stories up—by a number of different people, who I have heard from. One of the people who I interviewed at great length, described her absolute terror when she saw this sight from the Brooklyn Bridge. Her first attempt to explain it to herself—this can't happen—was: 'Somebody must be making a movie. This must be a movie, because this is impossible. And yet I'm looking at it.' There were other people on the bridge too, also terrified. 'There are people floating in the air'—as they described it.
Source
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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 07:47 AM
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I love my sleep paralysis. I have it all the time. I have posted details before, so I wont go into boring background, but long story short I now look forward to sleep paralysis episodes, lol. The reason they no longer scare me, is I consciously and immediately understand during the beginning part of the episode what is going on. And once I'm aware of it, it's like I get to consciously semi-control both dream and reality all in one really messed up scenario. Really cool stuff. If you suffer from it on a regular basis as I do, try having fun with it!

But I could see how someone ignorant of sleep paralysis could easy be convinced they were abducted by aleins, either because they put the idea together, or some outside person suggested the idea to them and then they atart heading down the road to absurd and implausible land.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 08:03 AM
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How does this explain the cases where abductees were NOT sleeping at the time of their abduction? What about the cases of Betty and Barney Hill, Travis Walton and the 1976 Allagash Waterway Abduction? These were cases where multiple people experienced the same things and did in fact witness events described by others.

Also, hair does not contain DNA. If it did, then OJ Simpson might have been convicted by analyzing the hair found left by the perpetrator in the deaths of Nicole Brown and her lover. Hair is not made from cells so has no DNA containing neclei.



posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 08:49 AM
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Originally posted by Pimander

My new suggestion on the alien abduction/visitation phenomenon is as follows. What if the modern manifestation is due to an exploitation of the physiological mechanism of sleep paralysis.


Very good thread Pimander, well done.


A very important conclusion is that many abductions are done when people aren’t under the physiological mechanism of sleep paralysis, see for instance what Budd Hopkins and John Mack did say about that.



Budd Hopkins


During the first two decades of research when the very concept of a UFO abduction was formed, all of the central cases involved people who were outside their homes when they were taken.

None were lying paralyzed and half asleep in their bedrooms.

Instead they were driving automobiles, fishing, hunting, making their rounds as police officers, even, in one famous case, driving a tractor on a farm.

www.intrudersfoundation.org...




Dr. John Mack


Neurophysiological explanations include sleep paralysis and temporal lobe epilepsy (Spanos et al. 1993; Persinger 1992; Blackmore 1994), but researchers exploring these possibilities have either failed to find such pathology among abduction experiencers or have chosen to overlook important aspects of the phenomenon.

For example, many abduction experiences occur under conditions that do not appear to be associated with sleep.

Second, abduction experiences are often corroborated by independent UFO sightings or physical evidence.

Third, neurophysiological explanations do not account for hyperarousal and anxiety triggered by certain events or images symbolically linked to abduction.
With the integration of the specific abduction-related traumatic experience, these reactions sometimes resolve, as predicted by theories of post traumatic stress disorder.

www.ufoevidence.org...



Here are a handful of well known cases, not explicit daylight cases but also not during a sleeping phase.

The infamous Brooklyn Bridge case.


For those of you who think that this subject is purely a psychological one, or an aberration of our brain’s unfathomable functionality, we would ask you to think again. Several abduction cases have been witnessed by independent third parties, for example, the infamous Brooklyn Bridge case with its multifaceted development.

Budd Hopkins started off almost routinely investigating the claims of one Linda Cortile that she was abducted from her apartment by aliens of the ‘grey’ variety.





Apparently, the creatures had somehow floated Cortile through the window of her 12th-floor apartment, despite it being locked and covered with a metal child-guard fence. The aliens then levitated the helpless Cortile up into the belly of the waiting craft, where they began examining her back and her right nostril. She was then questioned about her family before being allowed to leave the examining table. She headed for the door of the craft and suddenly found herself back in bed at home.

Anyhow, apart from this detail, this case was no different from many that Budd had investigated, a consistency that had led to his conclusion that there was a disturbing underlying reality to the phenomenon. It was what was later to emerge that made this case stand out.

Budd started to receive letters from two men who claimed to have witnessed the abduction. Their accounts of the event tallied with that of Linda. They claimed to be bodyguards escorting a senior UN statesman through Manhattan when the three of them were confronted with the site of a woman and several entities floating in mid-air up to a UFO.
To add to Budd’s burgeoning file on the case, further witnesses came forward. They described the same incredible scene that they, too, had witnessed from the Brooklyn Bridge that night.

So, Budd left the man’s identity undisclosed in the book, although dropping enough clues for others to establish who he was. The hypothesis was aired that the whole incident was for the former Secretary General’s benefit, to perhaps raise the exposure of the Greys’ presence on Earth within the corridors of power.


www.ufos-aliens.co.uk...

The Betty and Barney Hill Abduction, Part 1


The story of Betty and Barney Hill begins in September 1961, in the state of New Hampshire. Barney had recently developed an ulcer, and he and his wife Betty decided to take a short vacation to Canada. The couple had visited Niagara Falls, and Montreal, and on the 19th of the month, they began their journey back home to Portsmouth. The night was clear, with a crescent moon shining on the heavily wooded landscape that surrounded US Route 3 in the central part of New Hampshire.





At about a quarter past 10:00 P.M., three miles south of the city of Lancaster, Barney noticed what appeared to be a bright star, or planet. which seemed to move erratically. Barney pointed this out to Betty, and they both began to keep track of the object.

www.ufocasebook.com...


The Betty Andreasson Alien Abduction


In the city of South Ashburnham, Massachusetts on the night of January 25, 1967, one of the most celebrated cases of UFO abduction began. Betty Andreasson was working in her kitchen while her seven children, mother, and father were in the living room.





Shortly after 6:30, the lights in the house briefly blinked. Immediately thereafter, a reddish light began to beam through the kitchen window. The sudden darkness in the house set the kids nerves on edge, and Betty ran to comfort them. Her father ran into the kitchen to peer out the window, and find the source of the unusual light.

www.ufocasebook.com...


The 1967 Abduction of Patrolman Herb Schirmer


In Ashland, Nebraska, on December 3, 1967, Herbert Schirmer, a 22 years young patrolman, was making his usual rounds. He had checked the Ashland Sales Barn, and several gas stations along Highway 6 when he noticed what he thought were red lights on top of a large truck. He had just passed through the intersection of Highways 6 and 63 at about 2:00 AM.

He drove the short distance down 63 and stopped with his headlights shining on the object. According to Schirmer, the object was definitely not a truck. The red lights that he had seen were blinking through the oval portholes of a metallic, oval-shaped object that was hovering at a height of about eight feet above the road's surface.

www.ufocasebook.com...


Travis Walton Abduction, Part 1


This baffling UFO case began on November 5th, 1975, in northeastern Arizona's Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. A logging crew of 7 men were working on a government contract, clearing forest. The men loaded into a single pickup truck leaving work for the day. As they started their journey home, they saw, not far from the road, a "luminous object, shaped like a flattened disc."





All of the men agreed that Travis Walton, captivated by the sight, left the truck to get a closer look. While gazing up in awe at the object, suddenly a brilliant bluish light struck him and threw him to the ground some distance away. This event caused the other crew members to flee the scene in fear for their lives. After arguing among themselves, they decided to go back and see if they could help Travis. Returning to the scene, they found no trace of the craft, or Travis.

www.ufocasebook.com...


For more cases.

www.ufocasebook.com...

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posted on Jan, 16 2011 @ 10:22 AM
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I get sleep paralysis about every 3 months or so, I normally hallucinate (like most people do) about there being some sort of "evil" outside my room, I never see it its normally trying to get in either the door handle is shaking violently or its trying to get in through the window it can be pretty scary and seem very real.

One time when I was younger about 16 I think, my door was open during an episode and so the hallucination was a bit different, this time there were 5 aliens at the bottom of the stairs I could see their shadows and heard them whispering but I couldn't see them directly but knew they were the "greys", my point is that if I didn't know I was suffering from sleep paralysis I would have sworn I had been abducted or had a visitation I can see from my own experience that these things can seem real and I'm sure that a lot of people mistaken them for this.

Then again maybe I wasn't having a episode and I did get visited I will never know


I do however remember having a sore anus the next morning...

edit on 16-1-2011 by roughycannon because: (no reason given)



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