An interesting trend has occurred in alien abduction lore: martial arts appears to act as a method for preventing alien abductions and allegedly to challenge aliens in one on combat in a future (potential) scenario where aliens occupy Earth.
Two decades ago, it was considered axiomatic that there simply was no way to prevent alien abductions. Books like Communion, Intruders and The Uninvited left us with the impression that there was simply nothing that could change the outcome.
This begs the question: Can home alarms help prevent these abductions. If so, what role do they play? If they can’t prevent the abduction, can they at least delay it, or serve as an early warning? Research suggests that at the very least, the latter may be the case.
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In reviewing the MUFON database it becomes clear that, after night time bedroom abductions, chances of an alien abduction are highest when driving, especially during long road trips and especially at night. This makes sense as UFOs can obviously discern from a above when the coast is clear to abduct someone and avoid exposure to witnesses. So let’s go over a few measures you can take to avoid being abducted while driving.
Betty and Barney Hill’s Car Abduction: A Case Study.
The iconic case is the Betty and Barney Hill abduction. In reviewing this case, it’s almost as though they did everything wrong and could likely have avoided this terrifying incident altogether. They were driving late at night, and were rather tired. So they were driving on a long road during a time when there were no other cars AND when neither of them were very alert. They also didn’t react appropriately when they first saw a UFO off in distance tracking them. This would have been the ideal time to make it to a populated area, and close to a police station or military base if possible. Rather, they allowed their curiosity to get the better of them.
David Jacobs has been at the forefront of alien abduction research since the 1980’s. Arguably the most objective and credentialed researcher (an established and tenured professor at a prestigious University), Jacobs noticed that the abductions took a disturbing turn.
These abductions as it turns out, weren’t just an instance of greys taking humans to run tests and experiments on them. The greys have been creating hybrids between humans and themselves, and then creating hybrids between those hybrids and the humans. Each generation of hybrid takes on more and more human-like forms.
Even the Hill abduction, although being the very first instance of an US Alien Abduction, was the second documented case these days.The very first instance of abduction was really Antonia Villas Boas, that had been a Brazilian Farmer from the inside in 1954. Boas decided to operate during the night to prevent the extreme heat, and that’s when his experience happened. The lesions which could form would persist for a few weeks, and after a couple of decades, the consequences disappeared in entirety.
I Grew Up In Area 51 I’ve often wondered whether the Alien Abduction Phenomenon was really as well known in groups that are not particularly inclined to learn anything about this subject. You know the type I mean. There are scores of folks, some whom I know personally, who not only have never heard of, or have scarcely had a reason to hear about, Alien Abductees. They don’t read science fiction, they’ve heard of but never watched a Star Trek or Star Wars movie, and would generally regard sci-fi fans (they believe only sci-fi fans have alien abduction experiences) as having a screw or two loose. They just are not into a genre even remotely related to this phenomenon. I was recently at a friend’s birthday party when my wife spilled the beans that I was writing a book called, “I was Once Abducted by Aliens, but They Threw Me Back.” The room suddenly went silent and all eyes were on me. So, I took advantage of that unpleasant pause in the conversation to begin my diatribe, based mostly on the evidence I was finding for the book, on alien abduction. When I conveyed my personal experience with UFO’s and Aliens, that’s when their stories began flowing faster than the beer and margaritas. I was surprised that the subject, and mind you these were not sci-fi folks, was so readily accepted and that some of them had stories of their own or those of relatives who had been experiencers.