Sanity is a default
Considering the number of religions on this planet and the billions that practice, I think this question is a valid one. Clearly dismissing abductors who happen to be religous, and their reports of their experience, probably would not be beneficial to putting the phenemenon into focus. Some reports (by Christians) do give credence to invoking the name of their savior. That's one piece of the puzzle, and I'm not willing to discount it altogether, despite my lack of conviction for their beliefs. To me, when I look at this piece of information, I think it presents well for a transpersonal explanation of abduction phenemenon.Also, is there anything to the claim that invoking the name of Jesus repels alien abductions? I just finished listening to something called "War of The Worlds, the invisible battle" which was presented by Guy Malone and Joe Jordon of Alien Resistance Ministries and I find the presentation a little baffling. Why would a transliterated name which bears little or no resemblance to the original be meaningful? Does anyone not associated with the ministry observe the same thing and if so what are their conclusions?