How do you know if you have been abducted?
This is a question many
people ask. Their inquiries are ignited by fleeting memories of
Alien eyes, or strange dreams at night involving UFOs or
bizarre surgical procedures. Yet they know most
"normal" people do not dream about these things at night.
Where do you fit in? Generally, most abductees fit into one
of the following categories:
Group 1: A few abductees have
waking memories of an abduction experience. They are able to
remember entering the UFO and talking with their captors. They
are able to remember some of the procedures done to themselves.
They may even remember insisting they would remember the
experience after it was over. No one knows why they are able to
remember when others in the same circumstance could not. Out of a
hundred abductees, only a handful will fit this category.
Group 2: Many abductees are
unable to retain a complete memory of their abduction
experiences. Sometimes they remember a few moments of a critical
event. Often what they remember returns to them in a split second
as a flashback memory. This fleeting memory is triggered by
something happening near them that sets off the memory of that
event. Their ability to recall their experiences in greater
detail is enhanced through hypnotic regression. Debunkers
challenge hypnotic regression as not genuine because the
information wasnt remembered previously. However, many
police departments use hypnotherapy in certain crime cases.
Hypnosis is used to bypass the terror experienced by the witness
to get to the facts, such as the criminal's license plate number
or facial description.
Group 3: Other abductees suspect
they have been abducted by the strangeness of their dreams or
unexplainable marks they find on their bodies in the morning.
They have come to realize their years of dreaming about
being inside UFOs or interacting with Aliens is clearly "not
normal." In fact, its outright unusual. After talking
with others, they learn other people dont dream about being
in surgery or being probed or tested by beings with oversized
eyes. As they put the missing pieces together, they realize their
abduction history has roots back to childhood.
Group 4: The last group of abductees are the people who
dismiss the abduction scenario as too strange to be true. They do
not want to know anything about their abductions or will even
deny an obvious connection to the family's abduction history.
No matter what scenario
describes your situation, the fact that you even suspect or
wonder if you have been abducted is a clue to be investigated.
Ask yourself, what suspicious things are happening to you which
make you wonder about abductions? Are you dreaming repeatedly
about UFOs and Aliens? Are you waking up with unusual scars,
marks or bruises on your body? Are other relatives being
In truth, people who suspect
they have been abducted are often deeply troubled by their
bizarre experiences for which they have no other explanation.
They are afraid to tell their family and friends for fear of
ridicule. They may "clam up" around other abductees who
insist the world is full of "wanna-be abductees." This
attitude blocks abductees from sharing experiences and learning
from each other.