No Angelo, I don't think necessarily the abductors are ETs. But the phenomenon is real all right, and physically intrusive, from my lifelong personal experience. I don't know what the phenomenon is but I know what it's not - sleep paralysis, hypnagogic states or any of that brainless, ignorant tosh.You seem to think it has to be aliens, yet there has never been anything conclusive to prove that. Without true evidence that is conclusive, I have trouble buying the fact that these people were abducted by extra terrestrials.
Some hypotheses fit the data closely, but at the moment we just don't know for sure. If it wasn't happening to me, and if I'd not spent so much time listening to the testimony of others about how it's intruded into their lives, and looking at their near-identical bodily scars and bruising (you see the same patterns again and again) I'd be skeptical as hell, and frankly don't blame anyone who is. The idea of abductions is so far off the screen of consensus reality it's crazy, and calls for incredulity as a first response. You probably know that virtually all the better known investigators now with some public profile as a result of their work with the issue inititally thought the whole idea crazy - including John Mack and David Jacobs. I mean, what sensible person, grounded in the rigor of academia, would give it credence?
But unfortunately, it seems to be real. I wish it wasn't.
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Healthy attitude. In your case, I believe it.When proof will be provided though, I'll gladly change my tune.