Many individuals claim to have been taken aboard UFOs, and most tell similar stories.
These abductees find themselves in a domed and circular room filled with bright light, and
cold, damp air. They are placed on an examining table where the aliens conduct a medical
examination using strange scanning devices. Biological samples, such as hair, skin, and
genetic material are taken. After the examination, they are shown a three-dimensional
image, usually of some very emotional situation, such as a planet devastated by war or
natural disaster. The aliens seem interested in understanding human emotions. They seem to
communicate psychically, instructing the abductees to forget what happened. They then
predict future events, often disastrous, and they promise to return.
After the abduction, the witness often remembers little, notices that a certain amount
of time has passed without explanation, and exhibits physical or psychological symptoms
indicating that something unusual has happened. Unfortunately, by most accounts of alien
abductions, a person in this situation has very little control and simply may not be able
to do anything to prevent what is happening.
Although no one can prove that people are actually taken aboard UFOs, if you should
find yourself in this predicament, try to remain calm. Observe and remember as much as you
can; even ask questions. Try to grab something and bring it back with you as evidence of
your experience. As in life, having faith, courage, a sense of humor, and using your
intelligence will help you deal with the most unusual situations.