Another aspect of the Abduction phenomenon is both fantastic and far-reaching in its implications. It is the apparent mixing of human and alien genes to create hybrid children.
Researcher Bud Hopkins was the first to uncover this part of the alien agenda. Women abductees sometimes report missing fetuses. They have confirmed pregnancies and are often accused by their doctors of aborting their children, yet there is no physical evidence of any such medical procedure being performed.
Article by Anthony F. Sanchez (Author, Researcher)
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Thursday, July 29, 2010
This past week I have been preparing for a trip to Rio Rancho, NM to meet with Norio Hayakawa to discuss my book on Dulce and UFO research. I' ve been researching UFOs since my first hearing of Area 51 back in the late 80s. By 1990 I was really involved in ufology, interviewing experiencers, attending discussion groups, and watching as many videotapes as I could.
Former astronaut, Dr Brian O'Leary, on 18th September 1994 made the following declarations publicly at the International Forum on New Science in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr O'Leary said that "For nearly 50 years, the secrecy apparatus within the United States Government has kept from the public UFO and alien contact information."
He flatly stated that "We have contact with alien cultures...”
As for the non-disclosure of these facts, Dr. O'Leary said, "The
Updated 08-03-2010 at 09:48 AM by ChuckWeiss
it’s a good idea for us Abductee/Experiencers to occasionally stop and do a “reality check.” Whenever things start getting REALLY weird, it helps to review the facts upon which we base our beliefs. Here is my reality check.
1. I believe I’m doing things (or things are being done to me) in the middle of the night, when I’m supposedly asleep, because . . .
I will wake up with fresh marks on my body such as burses, scrapes, “scoop” marks, and puncture wounds. I’ve
Updated 01-02-2011 at 01:44 PM by ChuckWeiss
I recently past my 63rd birthday. I didn’t say “celebrated” because when you get this far in life, you don’t celebrate it. Your friends may, but you don’t. I like what Ingmar Bergman, the famous Swedish filmmaker, said, “Old age is like climbing a mountain. You climb from ledge to ledge. The higher you get, the more tired and breathless you become, but your views become more extensive.” So true.
Let me tell you a little story.
Updated 01-02-2011 at 01:51 PM by ChuckWeiss