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Secret Life by David Jacobs, Ph.D.
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Life, Professor David Jacobs takes us into the
private world of people abducted by aliens, letting them
described in their own words what it is like to be
abducted. Based on interviews with 60 individuals and
more than 300 independently corroborated accounts, Secret
Life presents one of the most complete and
realistic pictures of alien abductions ever compiled.
Jacobs is an associate professor of history at Temple
University and a leading authority on UFOs. He was also
the first doctoral student to write his thesis on this
subject. In this book, Dr. Jacobs takes the reader on a
moment by moment journey into the typical abduction
experience and describes in detail the bizarre physical,
mental, and reproductive procedures that abductees report
have been administered by alien beings.
Jacobs draws from
these interviews a profoundly unsettling reason behind
abductions, namely the aliens are conducting a complex
reproductive experiment involving the conception,
gestation, worrying deviation of human and alien hybrid
Readers new to the
subject of alien abduction will find this book
terrifying. Many readers will find correlations with
their own histories. Jacobs quotes directly from the
transcripts of hypnotic sessions with his patients.
While much of the
information will be familiar to seasoned abductees, many
abductees may find the information to be overwhelming or
impossible. The book describes in great detail the
various kind of physical exams and the examining tables
used by the aliens.
The book also describes bonding with
the aliens, sex with the aliens, implants, seeing
friends, images on a wall, the apocalypse, nursing
infants, robots, transport, bruises, missing time,
religion, New Age, the UFO atmosphere, reproduction,
traveling to another planet, alien clothing, breeding,
human sexuality, out of the body abductions, the alien
touch, aliens faking accidents, and much more.
Jacobs also describes
problems familiar to all abductees such as, sleep
disturbances, post abduction syndrome a.k.a. post
traumatic stress syndrome. He also explains why popular
rebuttals to abductions do not hold up under inspection.
The appendix includes a diagram of a typical abduction.
Overall, the content of the book is very detailed. Though
Jacobs is typically faulted for looking at the dark side
of abductions, his words are to be heeded. This book
should be read by anyone interested in learning more
about alien abductions. To order the book, click on the bookcover above.