Alien (not demon, not government) abduction.

Most of the people making either claim are highly religious (as in, Christian). Automatically, the “alien” paradigm threatens their religious beliefs since most don’t see room for aliens in the Bible. If these really are extraterrestrials, then where does Jesus fit into all of this? Why aren’t aliens mentioned in the creation narrative?

In contrast to the alien explanation, the demon and government explanations both offer “safe” alternatives. After all, both of these explanations are not only compatible with Christian belief, it’s easy to imagine that “the return of Jesus” will simply solve these problems. Continue reading

Alien Abductions: Can we even stop them?

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One common misconception that’s been so oft-repeated that it’s become axiomatic within abduction research: There is nothing we can do about alien abductions. The aliens have superior technology, pass through solid objects (like walls) at will, and paralyze us and disable our defenses at will. There is no point in resisting. Resistance is futile! While it’s true that the typical bedroom abductee appears to be outmatched by the abducting and obviously-prepared gray aliens, it doesn’t necessarily follow that nothing can be done. In fact, there is a wealth of information from abduction investigators who’ve published credible content on preventing alien abduction.

Stopping Alien Abduction

There are countless instances of abductees successfully fighting back against their (would- be) captors. In some cases, said would-be captors have even been killed. There are even instances where the aliens apparently Continue reading

They are not our friends

An objective look at the activity of the alien visitors will reveal that they do not have our best interests in mind. Any potential benefit we stand to gain is a mere byproduct of their own selfish activities. Deciding whether they are friend, foe or in between can certainly prove to be a herculean task, given the sheer amount of information out there. Between new age charlatans (and other ideologues), “me too “researchers”,” and abduction apologists, it can be different to sort fact from fiction. But the more methodological and less ideological researchers like David Jacobs continue to turn up disturbing facts and trends. Continue reading