In the Presence of Aliensis one of those rare abduction books
that will not leave readers hiding under the blankets at
night. Bergmark bravely has her photograph on the cover
of the book. Inside she describes her job as a consultant
and how she came to realize she was an
abductee. But she takes it all in stride.
Bergmark talks about insomnia,
panic attacks, and other things that go bump in the
night. She believes the aliens are inter-dimensional
beings rather than entities from other worlds.
Bergmark explores the "why
me" question which abductees love to debate. She
believes the aliens gave her the gift of standing in the
light of her own soul.
The author discusses her fear of seeing
aliens and how she came to grips with it. She discusses
alien hybrids and the human alien partnership. Bergmark
says the aliens are not a threat to humans.
Readers new to the abduction phenomenon will
appreciate the abduction stories she shares from
childhood. Like other abductees, her first experiences
occurred on a farm far away from the house.
In the Presence of Aliens
experienced missing time and confusion growing up as to
what was real and what was not whenever she remembered
the odd experiences. It certainly must have affected her
because it appears she never got married and she does not
seem to have any close male friends.
The book is enjoyable to read and has more spiritual
qualities than many other abduction books. The book is
very cerebral having little or no reference to the usual
fare found in abduction books such as medical procedures,
implants, or reproductive experiments.