This book is
written by an abductee for abductees to show them how to
cope with their abduction experiences and to learn how to
deal with them. The Alien Abduction Survival Guide
is a pragmatic book intended
to help abductees learn how to cope with their
experiences and to incorporate them into daily living.
author Michelle LaVigne offers a practical look at the
problems faced by abduction experiencers. For each
problem, she presents a viable solution that she and
others have tried that worked.
The author's purpose, fortunately, is not to convince
readers that abductions are real, so no time is wasted
getting to the crux of the book. Rather, she moves beyond
that presumption and handily describes situations
abductees or experiencers will encounter. Unlike other
abduction books, readers will not feel worse after
reading her book. Most abductees will find the book
comforting and informative.
Some of Michelle's more innovative ideas involve
possible human services utilized by aliens. This concept
has not received much public attention, yet abductees
often have a sense of mission, purpose, or job they know
they are expected to perform during the night-time
For example, one of our own web site members knows that
his night-time job with the aliens is to pilot their
craft from the Midwest to Northern California where the
aliens conduct periodic tests along the fault lines.
The Alien Abduction Survival Guide
we asked if he was interested in learning to fly a small
plane for a hobby, his answer was that it was too
expensive. His main concern was daytime fatigue, since he
supports a family and feels he is exhausted from his
night-time job working for the aliens!
Michelle describes how to determine what kind of job
you may be doing for the aliens during your abductions,
even if you have no direct memory of them. She explains
clues to help you uncover the truth about your hidden
night-time job for the aliens.
The author has done an impressive job combining her
experiences with that of other abductees. Her suggestions
on how to keep a journal are to be heeded. She also
provides accurate descriptions of various alien
psychological tests performed on humans and discusses the
pros and cons of belonging to an abduction support group.
This book is one of the more positive books on alien
abductions and most readers will find reassurance that
their lives can continue normally. To order the book, click on the bookcover above.