Copyright Deborah S. Kauflin, Ph.D.
In the paranormal world, it is well known that in poltergeist cases, the agent is either seizure prone or has seizures. Even small focal seizures count. There is something about the epileptic brain that allows people to tap into a hyper-charged environment.
Because of this, I looked at alien abductees who had epilepsy or were seizure prone. I’ve been researching the alien phenomenon for 10 years now, and I have interviewed a little over 150 abductees. When I looked at the backgrounds of those involved in the phenomenon, I always examined the medical history. I included questions about epilepsy and seizures during my interviews. Interestingly, few abductees did have seizures. Around 20% of the abductees I interviewed fit into this category. This is not a large number and a bit different than one might expect.
The other 80% of abductees did not have any history of seizures or epilepsy. This is very important since epilepsy plays such a big role in other paranormal activities. Whereas we can blame a seizure prone epileptic in a lot of poltergeist cases, we cannot necessarily do that in ET cases. It appears as if an agent is not involved in extraterrestrial abductions. This helps remove the potential of a human element as the cause of the abduction. If the human is not creating the activity, then what is?
Many do not realize that there is physical evidence in alien contact cases.
You will find:
Scars which heal overnight.
Unusual gel like substance which is seen under fluorescent light on victim clothing or victim skin.
These physical traces are left behind after abductions. Additionally, many cases have more than one family member experiencing the abductions at the same time. Thus, there are multiple witnesses. Pets react and will hide on the nights of ET contact. In some cases, pets disappear. What we know about alien abductions does not simply come from a person recounting the experience. There is other evidence.
Though governments are disclosing information about UFO’s and those who come into contact with them, alien abductees still feel embarrassed about their experiences. In general, they do not trust the government and will not talk with anyone affiliated with it. Who can blame them? Abductees have been ridiculed for ages, and their lives have been left in a shambles. These people should be taken seriously because something does happen to them. Sadly, they have been mocked. Society failed them.
The fact that we can begin to rule out things such as poltergeist agents being involved in ET abductions moves research forward in this field. It helps us develop an understanding of alien abductions and human physiology. It also helps to point to the legitimacy of ET contact.
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