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Alien Abductions and Climate Change

by Seth Shostak                     May 21, 2019                     (seattlepi.com)

• Dr. Young-hae Chi is a Korean instructor at the University of Oxford in England. Chi has linked the growing number of alien abductees to the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases and concluded that extraterrestrials are producing human/alien hybrids to create a new model of homo sapiens that can better withstand the rigors of a hotter planet.

• Dr. Chi draws heavily from Dr. David Jacobs, a retired Temple University historian who has published several books in the field of Ufology and who also runs the International Center for Abduction Research. Jacobs has interviewed over a thousand abductees, using hypnotic regression that apparently allows them to recall their encounters with aliens.

• According to polls over the last few years, between 2 and 6 percent of the American citizenry – millions of folks – claim to have been abducted by aliens. And this number is rising. And these abductees often report being forced to participate in breeding programs.

• Dr. Chi says that these hybrid extraterrestrial beings have long lived among us, and are largely indistinguishable from humans. “The first generation hybrids still have physical features distinctive to aliens. But from the second generation … they have almost indistinguishable bodily features from those of humans, although they may still carry at least one fourth of alien genes,” says Chi.

[Editor’s Note]  Once again, disinformation is coming from Dr. Chi and the deep state sanctuary at the University of Oxford in England. Now it’s heat-tolerant alien-human hybrids taking over the planet. The more absurd the “information” coming from the supposed “experts”, the more that the typically uninformed citizenry will tend to dismiss any information regarding an extraterrestrial presence. And this is precisely the deep state’s objective.

 

Polls made in the last few years indicate that somewhere between 2 and 6 percent of the American citizenry – millions of folks – claim to have been abducted by aliens.

The experience is apparently not pleasant. The extraterrestrial captors are said to lead victims into their saucers, lay them out on a table, and extract sperm from the men and impregnate the women. It’s all in the interest of unauthorized breeding experiments.

If you’re familiar with UFO lore, you know that the usual explanations for these tasteless activities are that either (1) the aliens are in a reproductive bind on their home world – they can no longer successfully procreate, so have come to Earth to use humans as incubators to spawn alien offspring, or (2) they’re producing hybrid beings that will somehow help the extraterrestrials take over the planet.

                     Dr. Young-hae Chi

An instructor of Korean at the University of Oxford in England, Dr. Young-hae Chi, believes that the abductions are real. But he also claims to know what the aliens have in mind. They’re creating alien-human hybrids as a hedge against climate change.

To support his unorthodox theory, Chi notes that for several decades the number of reported alien abductions has risen. He bases this statement on the work of Dr. David Jacobs, a retired Temple University historian who has published several books in the field of Ufology. Jacobs also runs ICAR, the International Center for Abduction Research. He has interviewed more than a thousand abductees, using hypnotic regression that apparently allows them to recall their unearthly encounters with aliens. (Jacobs himself admits that people should be skeptical of these recollections.)

Chi takes the claims at face value, and links the growing number of abductees cataloged by Jacobs to the increase in atmospheric greenhouse gases. He doesn’t imply a cause and effect: The abduction experiment is not responsible for global warming. Rather, it’s a reaction to it. The extraterrestrials are producing hybrids that can better withstand the rigors of a toastier planet. By producing a new model of Homo sapiens, this project would eliminate the need for difficult climate accords or elaborate geoengineering projects. It would also help the aliens themselves – who are said to be living among us – by preserving the part of their DNA that’s carried by the temperature-tolerant hybrids.

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What Are The Odds Of Seeing A UFO In The US? It Depends On Where You Live

by Mark Lugris                     September 24. 2018                        (thethings.com)

• The National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC) has cataloged almost 90,000 reported UFO sightings since it was founded in 1974. However, some are actual UFOs of extraterrestrial origin, and some are not. Casino.org has launched a webpage where visitors can find the probability of seeing a UFO in their state, as well as learn about notable UFO sightings throughout history.

• In the United States, the highest probability of seeing a UFO is in Wyoming, where your odds are one in 20,500. In Florida the odds drop to one in 348,500. Meanwhile, in Missouri, which only has a population of 6,113,532, there have been 7,467 UFO sightings, yet in New York, with a population of 19,849,399, there have been a scant 7,641 sightings.

• On January 13, 2018, a witness in Pasadena, California saw five “circular UFOs” at 12:45 pm. A second witness 90 miles away in Carlsbad, California saw the five circular objects at 2:30 pm. Two and a half hours later in Hollywood, Florida, a police officer reported seeing “numerous orange lights above the coastline”.

• In addition to UFO sightings, a sociological research poll revealed that nearly four million Americans have been abducted by aliens. Consequently, 40,000 Americans have purchased alien abduction insurance.

 

Despite that the fact that aliens are usually seen as a futuristic lifeform, UFO sightings date back thousands of years. In 1440 BC, the scribes of Pharaoh Thutmose III reportedly saw “fiery disks” floating over the skies. And in 74 BC, a Roman army under the command of Lucullus was engaged in battle with Mithridates VI of Pontus when “all on a sudden, the sky burst asunder, and a huge, flame-like body was seen to fall between the two armies. In shape, it was almost like a wine-jar, and in color, like molten silver,” according to Plutarch, a Greek biographer. The UFO was reportedly seen by both armies.

Nowadays, the odds of seeing a UFO depend mostly on where you live. In the US, you are most likely to see a UFO in Wyoming, where your odds are one in 20,500. However, if you live in Florida, your odds drop to one in 348,500. Meanwhile, in Missouri, which only has a population of 6,113,532, there have been 7,467 UFO sightings, yet in New York, which has a population of 19,849,399, there have been a scant 7,641 sightings.

Casino.org has launched a site that explores UFO sighting odds where users can check the probability of seeing a UFO in their state, as well as learn about notable UFO sightings throughout history.

This year in California and Florida, three different residents in three different cities reported seeing UFOs on the same day. On January 13, a witness in Pasadena, California said they had seen at least five “circular UFOs” at 12:45 pm. The second sighting took place at 2:30 pm about 90 miles away in Carlsbad, California when five circular objects were seen. Two and a half hours later in Hollywood, Florida, there was another sighting of “numerous orange lights above the coastline,” by a police officer.

Sightings can be reported to the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC), an organization that investigates UFO sightings and/or alien contacts. NUFORC, which has operated continuously since it was founded in 1974 by Robert J. Gribble, has cataloged almost 90,000 reported UFO sightings. However, it is estimated that 90-95% of sightings are not UFOs. They can be weather events, military tests or other incidents. Still, there are many sightings that cannot be explained.

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Alien Abductees and a Mysterious Liquid

by Nick Redfern        October 25, 2017       (mysteriousuniverse.org)

  • A common element of alien abductions is that abductees report being submerged in some kind of thick liquid that allows them to breathe.

  • In an article entitled “New Evidence of Military Involvement in Abductions”, Helmut Lammer tells the story of a woman who was taken to an underground facility where she “…saw naked humans floating in tubes.”  She herself was forced into a pool of breathable “golden yellow bubbly fluid” while other humans looked on.

  • Another abductee reported how he was submerged in a glass cylinder and able to open his eyes and breathe a thick warm greenish fluid without discomfort.

  • Another abductee reported finding himself naked in a large funnel-shaped pool filled with a greenish black gel-type liquid, along with “at least 15 other humans… all of them screaming and panicking…”.

  • Another female reported that she was occasionally abducted by “dwarfish, black-eyed entities” and immersed into a clear thick liquid that smelled of nail polish, which she could easily “breathe”.  Tall, skinny, pale-faced Men In Black warned her not to talk about her experiences.

  • Phys.org stated in March 2017 that Earth scientists have been working on “liquid ventilation”, ie: breathing a liquid instead of air to treat severe pulmonary or cardiac trauma, and to use in deep diving and space travel.

Within the domain of the alien abduction phenomenon, there are a number of accounts of people reportedly taken on-board UFOs and submerged into mysterious liquids, or gels – as in completely submerged. Very oddly, and as the abductees state, the liquid does not prevent them from breathing normally. Researcher Helmut Lammer – in an article titled “New Evidence of Military Involvement in Abductions” – tells the story of a woman who he refers to as “Lisa,” and who found herself in just this precise situation. Lisa was an alien abductee, but she was also someone who was subjected to what have become known as Milabs – or “military abductions.” It was in this latter context that Lisa had a very traumatic experience, as Lammer shows.

Lammer says Lisa was taken against her will to what turned out to be a below-surface facility, in which she “…saw naked humans floating in tubes. Lisa claims that she was forced by humans into some type of pool filled with a golden yellow bubbly fluid, while other humans looked at her. Lisa has traumatic recollections that her kidnappers tried to make her and other victims able to breathe in the liquid. In two of the before mentioned cases the abductee was forced to breathe the liquid like Lisa. The hypnosis transcripts reveal that the liquid breathing experiences were traumatic for the abductees. Both abductees where totally immersed in the liquid and both reported that they could breathe the fluid.”

Then, there is this from another abductee: “I found myself inside a clear glass cylinder, totally submerged in some kind of warm fluid, thicker than water, thinner than oil. To my surprise, I was able to breathe this warm fluid without discomfort. I could also open my eyes without a problem. The solution was clear, of a greenish color and the container was softly lit. I remember, still fully submerged in this solution, that I slowly began to recall the abduction that had taken me away from my bedroom, minutes, maybe hours before.”

There is also this one: “…I woke up again, this time naked in a funnel shaped pool filled with a greenish black gel type liquid. The pool had to be 20 yards wide all around. And pretty deep. The pool was made of some kind of shiny metal. With the gel it made the surface very slippery and you would slip under the gel if you tried to get out. I then realized something very odd at that time. I wasn’t alone. There were at least 15 other humans with me. All of them screaming and panicking…”

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