Abduction: Human Encounters with Aliensby Mack
A Harvard psychiatrist, the author of A Prince of Our Disorder, presents accounts of alien abduction taken from the more than sixty cases he has investigated and examines the implications for our identity as a species. See more details below
A Harvard psychiatrist, the author of A Prince of Our Disorder, presents accounts of alien abduction taken from the more than sixty cases he has investigated and examines the implications for our identity as a species.
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This book started off with a bang, but kind of dragged on and on toward the end. The book seemed to focus more on the spiritual aspects of abduction over the physical aspect. The book describes how each abductee accepted and shifted consciousness to grasp a new kind of reality. Each story empasized a deep concern for the future of the Earth as well as humans ability to spiritually progress to new realms of existence. There were times when I had trouble following the book, mainly because the abductions were so spiritually complex. Also, there were long drawn out explanations about the evolution of consciousness on the part of each abductee. Despite that, the book offered an interesting look at the emotional, and spiritual side of alien abductions.
Don't be so rude and condescending you ignorant prick
As one of many, I KNOW these things happen. Reconcile and accept they, like humans, are children of God. And we are all ONE with the Creator and co-creators. This book tells the truth based on my personal experiences of being taken. Enjoy the ride as you read this informative book.
The book really started out we'll, but soon lost its objectivity and went off into new age mumbo jumbo accepting without amy question people who feel alienated in their surroundings and may be creating a world wherein they can feel unique and special, but not connected to reality.
I really loved how this book was written. I also loved how John E Mack was skeptical and wrote this book from a scientific point of view. It put things in a different perpective. It also scared the crap out of me.
I once was abducted myself. By E.T. hahahahahahaha. This stuff is so stupid.