An entire subculture has developed around the abduction phenomenon, with support groups and a detailed mythos including various alien species (Greys, Reptilians, Nordics and so on) and their specific motives. Abductees or believers explain the lack of greater awareness of alien abduction as the result of either extraterrestrial or governmental interest in cover-up.
Aliens and fairies come into homes and temporarily remove young children, leaving their distraught parents paralyzed and helpless. In cases where a parent has been able to protest, the aliens insist that "The children belong to us."
Hence the theory that abduction would not be performed by aliens from outter space but from creatures living on Earth or in other dimensions. In this view the alleged correlation of abductions and UFO sightings is not so obvious
Most UFO sightings would occur late at night and, interestingly, during the period of Sunday through Thursday; the exact times that most people are not outside. Secrecy is essential for these physical craft as they can be seen and possibly touched if detected.
Hauntings, abductions seemingly occur as often in rural as urban areas and at random times which suggests secrecy is not paramount. While many investigators have documented the relationship between abductions and paranormal activity, this is compelling proof that abductions may have nothing to do with space kidnappings.
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It would seem that UFO abductions were occurring since the beginning of times. When we compare ancient chronicles, myths and legends, to what is occurring today, it seems we going through the same mystical visitations yet again. In past centuries people believed they were being taken away by gods, fairies or powerful magicians from some mythological land. Other victims believed their houses were haunted and that ghosts or demons were bothering them.
Incubi and Succubi were believed to be demonic beings. Masked as pretty young women or men, they generated lustful dreams and then engaged in sexual intercourse with their sleeping victims: Succubi with women, Incubi with men. Even the German religious reformer Martin Luther believed that demons provided human sperm, and became procreative in hopes of obtaining human or human-like offspring. This belief of the fertilization of women by heavenly or divine, as well as demonic beings, has pervaded throughout the course of human history. Possession stories have a striking parallel with the abductee feeling sexually abused.
As Jacques Vallee writes, "The visitors seem willing to conform to whatever mythology or beliefs they find; they become what we want them to be and tell us what we want to hear. Modern mythology having shifted from the magical to the scientific, it's only logical that the visitors would pose as scientifically advanced beings from space."
Alleged abductees are seen by many pro-abduction researchers to have a higher incidence of non-abduction related paranormal events and abilities. Following an abduction experience, these paranormal abilities and occurrences sometimes seem to become more pronounced. According to investigator Benton Jamison, abduction experiencers who report UFO sightings that should have been, but are not, reported by independent corroborating witnesses often seem to "be 'psychic personalities' in the sense of Jan Ehrenwald."
In The Demon-Haunted World astronomer Carl Sagan confirms that the alien abduction experience is similar to stories of demon abduction throughout history.
"There is no spaceship in these stories. But most of the central elements of the alien abduction account are present, including sexually obsessive non-humans who live in the sky, walk through walls, communicate telepathically, and perform breeding experiments on the human species. Unless we believe that demons really exist, how can we understand so strange a belief system, embraced by the whole Western world (including those considered the wisest among us), reinforced by personal experience in every generation, and taught by Church and State? Is there any real alternative besides a shared delusion based on common brain wiring and chemistry?" (Sagan 1996 124).
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