In UFO conspiracy theories, Majestic 12 (or MJ-12) is the code name of an alleged secret committee of scientists, military leaders, and government officials, formed in 1947 by an executive order by U.S. President Harry S. Truman to facilitate recovery and investigation of alien spacecraft. The concept originated in a series of supposedly leaked secret government documents first circulated by ufologists in 1984. Upon examination, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) declared the documents to be “completely bogus”, and many ufologists consider them to be an elaborate hoax. Majestic 12 remains popular among some UFO conspiracy theorists and the concept has appeared in popular culture including television, film and literature. Read More →
Although I remember a lot of specific instances of sleep paralysis going back to my early teens, I can’t remember exactly the first time that it happened. I wake up in the middle of the night still in my bed suddenly aware of some shadowy malevolent presence coming towards me, normally from the door to the bedroom. It’s not a full wake, more like a fog, and I can’t move or speak. Read More →
‘I Was Abducted by Aliens’ | Retired Carpenter Says He Was Taken After Going Out For Christmas Drinks
Some alien abduction stories are more hard to believe than others. Gerry Battles of of Limerick, Ireland claims that he was abducted while walking home after an evening of drinking. Do you find credibility with folks who experience abductions while under the influence? Is it more likely that he passed out and had a wild dream? In the following article, Gerry presents his story. Read More →
The Aveley Alien Abduction article originally appeared on wafflemag.com July 2015
[The following information is sourced largely from renowned British Ufologist Andrew Collins’s report – The Aveley Abduction – compiled January 1978, along with other supporting online sources. At the time Collins called The Aveley Abduction “probably the most important British case ever” and it still gets heralded today as such by those in UFO research communities] Read More →
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I don’t want to alarm anyone, but did you know that there have been hundreds of thousands of people who have claimed, being a victim of a UFO alien abduction at least once in their lifetime, most without them even being aware of it.
Imagine that? Over hundreds of thousands of people, including many movie stars, (Shirley MacLaine comes to mind), tons of army personnel and some political leaders, people from all walks of life.
They did a study on it! At Wyoming State. A professor named R. Leo Sprinkle. He says, there are certain characteristics and sensations people have in common after being abducted.
Have you ever missed a few minutes? Maybe an hour? How about a day?Where you just can’t remember, if your life depended on it, where the time went. How about a feeling or sensing something happened but you just can’t put your finger on it? It’s happened to me, not just once and seems to be happening on a more frequent basis lately.
I’ve dreamed of flying saucers, hell, I’ve dreamed I actually flew. I’ve dreamed of weird places and ugly creatures from far off worlds. Name your nightmare and I’ve dreamt it. I’ve even had flashbacks of all the above.
I’ve had urges to take off, I mean go on a trip, not that kind of trip, a vacation. Is that odd? And, I’ve always had an interest in UFOs, maybe not suddenly but more like in spurts including ancient history, magic and wicca, almost everything odd, strange or peculiar. That’s just me.
All of these symptoms, says Professor Sprinkle, are signs that you’ve been abducted by a UFO at some time in your life, but when it comes to me personally, I have other theories on alien abductions. To me, even though I’m a firm believer in UFOs, it’s more likely to stem from what I’ve been drinking or smoking the night before, which give me these strange sensations and characteristics and has nothing to do with an alien abduction, at all. I still won’t rule it out altogether, though.