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Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims. We are in a small town in New England, members of a support group, with an ever-growing attendance, now over 1,500 people, gather for a secret conference.secret conference

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

“I want to let you know that you are not alone,” the leader of the group confidently exclaims. Audrey and Debbie twin sisters also asked to attend the conference, who asked that their last name, together with the hometown, should not be disclosed. Like everyone else, they have gone a long way to share their experiences. “It was a long and boring battle,” Audrey said. “It has had a huge impact on my life. I am still in therapy.” Continues with a melancholy air. You will be wondering what anxiety it can ever be so devastating to bring together such a large number of people. A disconcerting truth. Well, the gathering group for this meeting is not about drinking alcohol, drugs, pathological sex or gambling. I am part of Starborn, a group experience to support, raise awareness, help, and support those who say they have been abducted, poorly aboard the aliens. Many of us have been asked at least once in life, “are we alone in the universe?” Or other forms of intelligent life are scrutinizing us from the cosmos? For people taking part in these meetings, the question already has an answer: they not only exist but have changed their lives forever.Starborn Support Radio

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

According to the most authoritative statistics, almost half of all Americans believe in the existence of aliens, while another 40 million Americans say they have seen or known someone who has seen an unidentified flying object or has witnessed close encounters of the third guy. In Europe, the statistics are slightly lower, but the numbers remain remarkable. Audrey and Debbie not only are sure the aliens exist, but they have been able to see with their eyes what happens when they get in touch with them. Their abductions began when they were still in early ages.Audrey and Debbie

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

“I probably would have been 5 years or so … and a blue light appeared in the room … the door opened, a kind of blue mist, very bright for the whole house,” Audrey continued. “Two figures came into the room from above, they had black coats, their bald head, and their big eyes.” Audrey and her sister call their “The Bald Men,” but they are better known as “The Gray,” a breed of extraterrestrials, characterized by the gray color of their skin, the glabrous and the low stature.The Gray, a breed of extraterrestrials, characterized by the gray color of their skin, the glabrous and the low stature.

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

The first meeting of twins with aliens, they say, “happened during childhood and continued until adulthood.” They believe that twin kidnapping has been made to compare the different reactions of a group with a very similar DNA and a virtually identical genetic inheritance.

“We’ve been brought to their world, so we realized that I’m not on this Earth, they are very good at manipulating the mind, doing a perfect reminder of the memories, they are smart and leave abducted only with fragments of the experiences they are victims “.

When asked why the aliens would continue to rob them together, the two twin did not give any explanation. “This question I get it a lot of times without answering. A lot of times I woke up in tears, saying, ‘Why me? Why to me? Why can not this happen to someone else? “In their voices, he feels the conviction of the truth and no matter what people think, I’m used to,” I remember once being transported on a spaceship and The floor and the walls gradually disappeared as if in enchantment. And I was motionless to look at the Earth, “Debbie said. Of course, I’m aware that their tales lend themselves to a persistent, pungent irony ..” They said we invented our stories, taking inspiration from science fiction movies and blockbusters ” Says Audrey. Terrell Copeland, a former Marine, traveled over 600 miles from distant Virginia. His dip in the paranormal began two years ago with a UFO sighting, captured and recorded with his cell phone from his apartment in downtown Suffolk, Virginia.Terrell Copeland

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

“It was a sphere of light,” she reported. “It was just a big ball of light, it was not scary, one was like a solid white ball, then they split up and raised up to 300 meters in height, so they quickly disappeared into the sky by changing colors.” “This is … incredible,” the military thought, so he thought about uploading his video to YouTube.

And their calvary begins. After a few days, a strange visitor knocks at his door. “I woke up by the nap for the sound of someone trying to get into my apartment,” he said. I asked, “Who is it?” There was no answer. “I was terrified, you could see the handle of the moving door, and I seemed to scratch at the door, I had a gun on my table, my thought was to get up and take it to be ready to defend myself, could not move. “So he goes on to say,” I was in a state of complete paralysis. The only thing I could do was my eyes. Then I heard a voice through the door whispering ‘You do not need that weapon. We will not hurt you. “Soon after, Copeland lost consciousness and did not remember anymore what happened in the next few moments. What he calls “Missing time” is typical of many cases of kidnapping, a sort of limbo in which the brain can no longer remember anything, a surgical removal of emotions and experiences caused by creatures to act undisturbed. His alien journey lasted two nights, but at the awakening, he had lost only four hours – as it was all a dream. Hundreds of people have come to the latest national convention of the Mutual Ufo Network, or MUFON, in Denver, which opened in September to share their experiences with other kidnappers. Stace Tussel, a single mother, graduated with the highest grades at college, was talking about her close encounters with extraterrestrials. “I’m not frightened in the common sense of the story. I’m a bit nervous about how people can react.Stace Tussel

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

I think I have lived long in contact with non-human intelligence. ” I’ve witnessed many scouts, many scars still appear on my body today without explanations – like that on my finger, “Tussel said. I woke up with three diagonal red lines. Other times with burnt fingerprints that no one could have done, as much as I could ever have done it. “When asked if his memories are only a little more realistic than others, Tussel replies:” I do not know If a dream can cause a physical effect such as stigma, or worse scarring in the body. “Tussel has decided to help people who have experienced similar experiences. He has opened a site and a forum where he tries to give support People who are not believed and dedicates all their free time to the UFOs and the abduction phenomenon. Even though she shares the expression abduction, she prefers the word experience that has changed her, “enriched spiritually” and does not want to Make the victim.

“I do not think I was taken against my will,” he repeated. “I believe that throughout my life, I have been willing to share information, for work, the only difference is that these experiences are now paranormal, and those who send them are beings who do not live in this land,” he asserts convinced. “I do not want to go too far from what I’ve seen some things still make me disturbed and the wound is too strong,” he continued. While Tussel and the others are quite convinced of their experiences, psychologists stop talking about images generated by a bad interpretation of dreams and a reality created by the media. Memories made by our brain, which can easily become rooted in our subconscious and thus vividly reminiscent of our dreams.  “Dreams become so real that they can not distinguish themselves from reality:” Dynamics are recurring and result from poor management of their subconscious, “says Susan Clancy, Harvard University psychology researcher and expert in personality disorders. Richard McNally, who conducts psychological research based on the processing of false memories, believe that a common disorder called “sleep paralysis” may explain why so many people proclaimed “kidnapped” are absolutely convinced that they have lived it is real. The awareness that in addition to the mind their body is fully involved in the experience they are experiencing, going to cement their memories until they become nightmares. Experts say that sleep paralysis is quite common but difficult to diagnose, both because of the patient’s shame and the intimate sphere that it assumes to rely on this difficult condition. Many doctors also do not know the problem and liquidate the disease as simple recurrent nightmares. In sleep paralysis, the patient attempts to move at the time of abortion or immediately after awakening but, for a moment, it is impossible to do so. These occasional episodes can be very dramatic.sleep paralysis

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

Episodes resemble motor inhibition accompanying REM sleep and are common in the baby and in normal adults. This state of paralysis is due to the persistence of the state of atonia that the muscles present during sleep and is caused by a discord between the mind and the body: the brain is active and conscious, and the subject often sees and feels that clearly Which surrounds it, despite this, the body continues to remain in rest. This usually affects the individual affection of terror and anguish. The most common causes are a lack of rest, stress irregular sleep rhythms. Often, the “victim” of this paralysis tends to shout, sometimes asking for help, but when he tries to do it he will not shout, but will only emit a slight whisper and will have the unpleasant feeling of hearing his voice suffocated by something unusual. However, some accounts do not come back, the same researchers know very well that some subjects with non-surgical subcutaneous implants have to raise white flags, giving up psychosomatic responses only. In America, among thousands of problems, however, the reality of abduction is cutting out a slice of popularity and the phenomenon today is no longer relegated to a simple mass hallucination. A first step towards the truth, whether or not to believe these people, is entitled to know what is going on in their tumultuous lives.

Abductions Gray: The stories of the victims.

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