When considering the alien technology and devices that I have personally encountered, I note a familiar theme present here that is common in most aspects of abduction: deception, manipulation, and lack of human consent.
Certainly, I understand there have been accounts of positive intervention, often in the form of physical healings, but to my knowledge, these events are also cloaked in secrecy, performed without consent and involve rendering the abductee into an altered state of consciousness.
Although I appreciate the fact that the human race can be unpredictable and often volatile in nature, I do not believe that that reason alone accounts for the ETs extreme subterfuge.
I believe that discovering the intentions of the extraterrestrial races visiting our planet is vital to the future of the human race, and that many clues to their intent can be found within the abduction scenario, and the devices and technology they employ in such encounters.
All of these technologies and devices have a purpose that serves to promote the aliens’ ultimate goals, whatever they may be. Exploring at length those possible uses could unlock many clues as to why they are here and what they truly seek to accomplish.
As an abductee who would have preferred to avoid ET contact altogether, no explanations have ever been provided to me by the visitors and nothing in their behavior or technology has convinced me that their actions are for my own good, therefore, I remain cautious and skeptical.
by Nadine Lalich
Once the denial of their military aspects is fully realized by the abductees, they get angry, very angry.
After all, it’s one thing to be abused at the hands of something other (something “alien”), but it’s altogether different at the
hands of humans, let alone humans we’re taught to believe are there to serve, protect, and defend mankind!
Unfortunately, the anger over any human involvement often throws the abductee back into denial of the
experience, avoidance of its implications or causes them to retreat into denial of the ET part of the equation.
This may be the cause for why some RE-AB abductees conclude and think “all my experiences are only the
Never mind what caused them to realize they were having ET experiences to begin with, i.e. the history
of their own discovery process that led them to that conclusion, their evidence for ETs, or the fact that the only
reason the military is interested in you is because they want to know about your ET experiences.
And how do we know this?
Because, in the interrogations the questions are about the ETs (why, how, agenda, genetics, psi abilities, technology, etc.),
and because they pick up the abductee after they’ve had…what was that…oh yeah…an ET experience!
It’s actually uncanny.
For some abductees, fessing-up to their own RE-AB experiences forces them to re-examine their ET experiences:
to realize that not only were their experiences absolutely real,
but that their experiences and they, themselves, are actually a matter of national security!
For the abductee, this is a big pill to swallow.
The strategy of avoidance, reluctance, denial,
and an unwillingness to share their experiences with researchers comes much more easily.