posted on Dec, 5 2008 @ 02:21 AM
OP, just my personal take for you to add to your list of maybe's is that aliens have a superstition regarding returning the red blood cells when they
extract blood plasma for use in their long range travel nutrition program, and as such they do not return the red blood cells to the person-nor do
they return or give as a suppliment-saline-which you will find is a standard procedure in our own plasma banks to replenish the body the liter or two
of fluid which is taken.
You've no doubt heard the 'tale' of aliens being born off earth so that they have no 'veil' shielding their minds from the facts and expanse of
the universe as a whole (or something like that). The superstition is somewhat along those lines, since putting what is in space (the saline or
returned cells with the saline) into the donor would be a risk for uncovering that persons veil or giving them further knowledge by way of our 6th
senses as to the identity or specifics or secrets of the abductors-a cellular latent memory of the product and where it has travelled, ect. And
causing a non lethal dehydration opposed to a possible (whatever, super secret paranormalish security breach) was the resolution from a risk benifit
analysis of the situation.
However, once the body is in space-it's there, so I really don't understand why this would be a superstition-but for the paranormalish side of the
touch recognition theory, concerning the products and methods they would need to return the red cells-which they don't need, but once have, need to
dispose of. Matybe they return them-I don't know. They don't salinate (like in a plasma bank)-And I have no way to tell you what I mean. It's not
like they are harming anyone, or a mass amount of people. They are taking what they absolutely need for survival and only as much as is needed. The
place is not crawling with aliens. True greys are few and far between IMHO.
But add that to your pot if you like!