Question: How often do abductors monitor or visit the abductees?
From New Jersey, USA
While most abductees are unaware of any particular
routine, many abductions occur in predictable cycles. Cycles vary
depending on the age of the abductee. It is also likely that
females are monitored or visited with greater regularity due to
some Aliens' interest in females for reproductive purposes.
Age has an impact on frequencies of abductions. A young child
may be first abducted around the age of five (give or take a few
years), then again several years later. As the child reaches
puberty, the abductions may increase in frequency. Each abduction
or visit may represent a periodic physical and mental examination
of the young person. Abductions typically increase further when
the child or teenager becomes biologically capable of reproducing
himself or herself.
Since males are capable of reproducing themselves anytime
after onset of puberty, their monitoring schedule may vary.
Females capable of reproduction may be visited or abducted on a
regular schedule of every six to eight weeks. This schedule can
begin after onset of puberty or anytime thereafter.
The visits coincide with the female's monthly menstrual cycle. The first
visit or abduction is to implant or impregnate the female; the
follow-up visit six to eight weeks later is to remove the tiny fetus.
As with any laboratory procedure, precision and timing is
important. Since gestation occurs according to a timeframe,
reproductive visits are methodical and predictable. An astute
abductee can anticipate when the next abduction will likely
occur. The visit or abduction may occur every seven weeks on a
Tuesday, for example and may vary occasionally if the female's
monthly cycle is interrupted due to illness or injury. Abductees
have learned that being on vacation or away from home makes no
difference in the abduction schedule. As abductees say, "You
can run, but you can't hide."