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It is a worldwide phenomenon.

"We encourage you not to believe that the taking of human beings and their children and their families has any benefit for humanity at all."[1]

Timeline in the History of Alien Abduction on Earth

  • Antonio Villas Boas (Brazil), 1957
  • Betty and Barney Hill (US), 1961
  • Pascagoula case (US), 1973
  • Travis Wilson (US) 1975

Why Are People Being Taken?

"It is for an insidious purpose." [2]

  • To breed a new leadership for humanity for the future.
  • To be reconditioned, to be turned to support the plans and goals for the Extraterrestrials have for humanity, to assist their exploitation of the world's resources.[3]

"Each year thousands of people are taken and not returned to the world. These people are not simply conditioned. They are kept. Some of them perish in captivity. Some of them do not survive the process of their capturing. Some become sick and die. Those that cannot survive and are still seen as useful to the Intervention are used as a biological resource. That means that their blood, their body parts, everything is used according to its value in the Greater Community. In the Greater Community, biological resources such as blood, plasma, DNA, bone marrow, skin and body organs can be used for their chemical substances. From these, medicines are made. From these, new life forms are bred. These substances are valuable commodities in certain parts of the Greater Community." [4]

What Are They Saying, the People Who Have Been Taken?

  • Missing time [5]
  • Mind Control
  • Being told they are special, like students to the extraterrestrial teacher bringing advanced spiritual insight for humanity to "ascend"
  • Clothes removed (returned but sloppily, backwards or wrong person's)
  • Medical (often reproductive) procedures
  • Giving up reproductive tissue
  • Visiting their hybrid offspring
  • Inter-galactic council meetings or angelic assemblies
  • Seeing and recognizing Jesus
  • Their own relatives also taken

Who Is at Risk of Being Taken?

"Certain people are chosen given their predispositions and their vulnerabilities. "[3] They may have been taken before or be vulnerable in other ways. Once they find they can resist, however, they are greatly empowered; the reclamation of personal sovereignty a welcome gift and a great accomplishment.

How Do We Avoid Being Taken?

Say No!
Become educated.
Assert human sovereignty on Earth. Share the Declaration of Human Sovereignty widely. accessed 2017.02.13
Refuse permission; forcefully deny access to your environment, mental and physical. (Say NO! We do not wish you to come!.)
Connect effectively with the ground of all being, your "true North," as found, e.g., in the Steps to Knowledge.
Learn to identify forces influencing human thought.

A Typical Abduction Narrative

UFO abduction accounts often start with the sight of a flying saucer or spaceship, although abductees sometimes remember only being aware of a bright light. Such details are frequently absent, however, and it is quite common for the abduction episode to begin with the appearance of strange beings, who are presumed to be extraterrestrial aliens. Typically, the victims are paralyzed or otherwise immobilized at this point (often in their cars or homes) and then taken onto the aliens'craft. Occasionally, people remember being carried on board or otherwise transported there, but more commonly abductees cannot recall how they ended up inside the UFO.

Once on board the UFO, abductees typically find themselves in a strange, brightly lighted room, often filled with complicated machinery. What appears to be a physical examination of some sort then commences. Often, abductees are fastened to and stretched out on a table or bed. Sometimes they are undressed, but almost always they are subjected to painful procedures of an ostensibly medical nature. Cuts are made, blood is often drawn, and various orifices of the body are probed and even violated. Needles and physical restraints might be involved. Genitals receive special attention, and reports of sexual activities between the aliens and their victims have become increasingly common in recent years. The aliens who perform the examinations are grim and businesslike, and others stand around and watch. The examiners and other occupants of the craft almost never look quite like normal people, but they are generally humanoid in appearance.' Throughout the experience, abductees feel powerless and externally controlled.

At the end of the examination, victims' memories for the entire episode are erased, or the victims are otherwise programmed to keep their experiences a secret. Sometimes, abductees are explicitly asked in a postexamination conference with the aliens to refrain from telling anyone what happened. This communication more often than not is telepathic in nature. Finally, some accounts describe tours of the spaceship, discussions of ecological and geopolitical crises on earth, and even journeys to other worlds.[6]

See Also


Abduction symptoms

Communion: A True Story

Ann Druffel

Betty and Barney Hill

David M. Jacobs

Karla Turner

Protecting yourself

External Links


  1. The Allies of Humanity, Book One, Second Briefing: The Challenge to Human Freedom
  2. Hidden Powers
  3. 3.0 3.1 Wisdom from the Greater Community Book Two, Chapter 10: Greater Community Visitations
  4. The Allies of Humanity Book Two, Fifth Briefing: What they want
  5. Dr. David M. Jacobs interviews abductees; here the first subject describes missing time.
  6. Leonard S. Newman and Roy F. Baumeister. "Toward an Explanation of the UFO Abduction Phenomenon: Hypnotic Elaboration, Extraterrestrial Sadomasochism, and Spurious Memories." Psychological Inquiry, Vol. 7, No. 2 (1996), pp. 99-126. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1449001