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Evidence for Alien Abduction: Fluorescen...

Evidence for Alien Abduction: Fluorescence Body Marks

This article was donated by AJ and is inclusive of some of my own former research with fluorescence body markings following alien abductions. Images courtesy of http://www.alienevidenceinc.webs.com For well over a decade, abduction experiencers have been discovering, much to their dismay, substances on their bodies post-abduction. Many of these fluoresce under certain types of lighting. […]

The Physics of Abductions

The Physics of Abductions

Dr. Malanga’s research explains, in detail, what is the problem of the alien interferences; it describes the main races which are responsible for such interferences; it analyzes the different levels of interference which can be internal or external for the abducted; it clarifies the interrelationships between different aliens, and between aliens and the groups for the New World Order (NWO). He describes the techniques used to subjugate, both by the aliens and by the military which are colluding with the aliens, in order to obtain their own goals.

Fluorescence Article Update

Fluorescence Article Update

In Katy Frankovich’s Lime Grove Encounters, she observed a brilliant green fluorescence seeping through the corners and sides of her living room walls from the ceiling and downward at the beginning of an alien encounter. The beings were the six fingered 4 and one half foot tall Grey aliens. The fluorescence infused a portion of Kt’s living room and seemed to respond to a 3 dimensional physical structure and fall from gravity effects. It was described between a fog and liquid.

Lucid Dreaming: A Psychophysiological Ap...

Lucid Dreaming: A Psychophysiological Approach to an Ancient Spiritual Practice

Lucid dreaming takes place in REM sleep. It is characterized by a higher amount of CNS (central nervous system) activity than normal, non-lucid REM sleep. Normally in REM sleep the critical faculty of the brain is switched off. More specifically, the aminergic neurons in the brainstem are at their lowest levels in REM sleep. The neurotransmitters responsible for activating the aminergic neurons in the brainstem are somehow inhibited, or more accurately, being conserved for the following day.