posted on Oct, 28 2013 @ 02:04 AM
Mr Matisse is a french farmer from near Lion. He reported that In 1969 he saw a craft descending from the sky, on a nearby field. Two beings came out
of the craft. In disbelief and scared ****less he saw the beings waving at him and telepathically communicating that they want him to show something.
He all of a sudden lost his fear (why, he doesn't know), so he went towards the craft. The aliens greeted him, he entered the craft with them where
them aliens showed him around. They took a trip where he had an awesome view upon the Earth. After the farmer and the aliens chatted a bit and showed
him all kinds of miraculous stuff the craft landed again and the farmer was escorted outside. They waved good-bye to him and made off into the blue
A "strange" approx 8' large craft was spotted by 24 year old Ms. Mason when she was doing yard work behind her house. All of a sudden she was
struck by incredible panic and fear when she saw two beings coming out of the craft. The beings immediately spotted the lady and pointed some device
at her. Ms. Mason was paralyzed, she couldn't do anything but see the craft and the beings, unable to scream for help or to run away. The beings
approached and "telepathically" commanded her to lead them into her home. The lady had to helplessly witness how the aliens went through all her
belongings, the had a particular interest in what she had in her fridge. After the beings stole a can of hot dogs and took a sample from her tap
water, the left the home. The lady saw the craft ascending "at incredible speed" from her window, it took her about 2 hours to regain the ability to
move again. She then called police but of course nobody believed her story.
Ms Jacobs from TN awoke one night from loud noise in her kitchen. Her husband was sleeping soundly, so she awoke him in a panic, telling him she
believed that burglars were in the home. The husband got his gun and checked for the reason of the noise. To his surprise, four "about 5" tall
beings without hair and extremely large eyes" were in the kitchen. The aliens shot a "green beam of light" toward the husband which immediately
calmed him down. The aliens also communicated that they are harmless and that they are just needing water. After the aliens filled up sort of like a
bucket with water, they thanked Mr Jacobs telepathically, not without giving him a gift for his cooperation.They handed him sort of a map made from an
unknown material which showed were the aliens came from. The Jacobs still have this map today
What have all those above "alien encounters" in common?
They have in common that they never happened because I just made them up while I wrote them. What I want to point out is the eery similarity between
"real" alien encounters and abductions. Most of the real alien abduction stories contain the same elements like that the witness is
stunned/paralyzed..then led into the craft where they conduct an "examination" and/or many times have a "sexual" element to them. You can take any
of the many abduction stories and can read the same story, basically over an over again. Differences are rather minimal.
Sometimes, people awake paralyzed in their bed in the middle of the night surrounded by aliens, sometimes the abductions happen out in some remote
area. People then get abducted into the craft and often encounter a memory loss where only fractions of the experience can be remembered. When the
abductees get hypnotized, they basically all tell the same story with MINIMAL variations.
What is interesting is that those very same stories are being told for decades already, and also by people who before they had their encounters never
really knew or read about alien abductions. It is not common that the french farmer or some middle-aged couple on a trip home in NH read many UFO and
abduction books so they would knew about the similarities between all those encounters. Many NEVER had had an interest in the phenomenon and only
"got into UFOs" after their encounter.
If all the people who reported to have alien encounters, from the early 1950 or 1960 etc. would simply make the stories up, wouldn't we have various
stories where the aliens do all kinds of random things which some would expect from a fantasy story? We wouldn't have a consistency between hundreds,
if not thousands of abduction reports. And it's this consistency which (possibly) is the best evidence that abductions really happen. My $0.02