Myths / Mythologies / Legends
Demon Possession and Alien Abduction
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donated by L. Savage
Demon Possession and Alien Abduction
The following excerpt is from a work in progr
Demon Possession and Alien Abduction:
Similarities of an Enigma,
R.G. Teets, copyright 1996, Headline Books, Inc.
I cannot unequivocally state that so-called demons or extraterrestrials are, in fact, objectivly real. But as I continue to
research subjects seemingly connected with the UFO phenomenon, it is apparent from a great number of percipients I've
interviewed (and collateral research, as well) that the net effects of many, but certainly not all, of these interactions be they
with non-human intelligences or with other states of mind (i.e. consciousness and all of its various aberrations) appear to
demonstrate many similarities between the UFO abduction experience and demonic/spirit possession.
This is not to eliminate other possibilities (for a more thorough understanding of those possibilities, one may begin by reading
the Matrix of UFO Beliefs, a briefing paper by Dick Farley), but for the purposes of this discussion, I will concentrate on this
single aspect of the phenomenon.
While also not attempting to present a conclusive epistemological examination (and clearly I am not suggesting this to be
anything but perhaps a glimpse of part of an interesting phenomenon that contains many more elements than those addressed
here), I can identify the following similarities between alien abduction and spirit possession.
HOW THEY OPERATE
I. Examine the fear factor: most people would find it equally abhorrent to either be abducted from their bedrooms by aliens
and to have various traumatizing experiments/molestations perpetrated against them, or to be possessed by a demon or
discarnate, in either case to be powerless to stop the intrusive activities. It is observable, at least from having interviewed
many percipients, and having read the UFO literature, that many percipients would rather admit to alien interference than to
consider demon possession, the former offering some modicum of contact, perhaps with higher intelligence (in the extreme,
perhaps, as Harvard psychiatrist John Mack, M.D. and a long list of others opine, contact with messengers of God), while the
latter denotes unclean, morally corrupting contact (and perhaps even cooperation) with the ultimate evil force in the universe.
II. We can at least partially judge these entities by their affects on people
III. Those who are abducted report never being the same again, as if their alien abductors were always nearby or, in some
cases, within them (much like an infection or a possession state). Dr. William J. Baldwin, author of Spirit Releasement
Therapy: A Technique Manual, assisted by his wife, Rev. Judith Baldwin, often refer to dark entities like this:
They are simply bacteria, no more, no less. They are another life form with a different purpose. What right do bacteria have
to join our bodies? The Baldwins' statement infers consciousness as inherent with these entities.
IV. Many modern researchers are now saying that abductees are finding their experiences more and more acceptable, even
spiritually uplifting and transformational. Social worker John Carpenter, director of abduction research for the Mutual UFO
Network (MUFON), has noted a more accepting attitude in contactees/abductees. Dr. John Mack says many abductees come
to love their alien captors. Author Whitley Strieber admits to his love and longing for the creatures (which had previously
subjected him, without anesthetic, to medical-like experiments, including nasal and anal probes). In the case of spirit/demon
possession, a large measure of the entities' success in the host depends on the host's cooperation. If the host finds power,
profit or even love as a result of the visitors within (once they are recognized), then the host will naturally find the visitors
presence more and more acceptable, often even transformational in the broadest sense, to the point of developing a love for
and/or a dependency on them. (The Stockholm Syndrome, recognized in victims of terrorist-like captivity, is seemingly
overlooked by these researchers.)
V. Often, the ETs and spirit entities present themselves to percipients in identical ways.
VI. There are many cases where percipients are unable to separate the identities of these entities as being one or the other, ET
or demon, which suggests that the entities, at least some of them, may be one and the same. (Conversely, many percipients
confuse entities' identities with ETs and angels, as well.)
VII. In addition, both sets of entities are or seem capable of:
1. telepathic communication
2. hypnotic / altered state induction, regression, suggestion
3. hiding, both in the sense of successfully convincing the
host /percipient to deny their existence AND at convincing a
huge portion of the public that they don't exist. Also, both are capable of hiding in the physical sense, as well, within the
layered psyche and often within the physical or quantum or interstitial body of the host.
4. reprisal when discovered, often in equal measure to the level of emotional distress caused by the discovery
5. time travel
6. obtaining some measure of physical and mental control over their subjects for extended periods
7. cajoling, manipulating, or in some way forcing their subjects to perform acts against the subjects' wills, including forced
sexual intercourse (rape), violent crime, and suicide. The Solar Temple cult could be an extreme example of this concept:
Leader Luc Jouret claimed contact with ETs, and said the only way to go to their planet was through the Glory of Fire, which
resulted in the fiery deaths and in some cases murder of all cult members in 1994 and more recently.
8. physically moving their subjects from one location to another through various means, including a compromise of the
percipient's free will through mind control / manipulation
9. interacting with percipients/hosts at the soul level
10. establishing highly organized, hierarchic networks capable of interacting with and controlling to some degree vast
numbers of minions and human beings simultaneously
11. according to Dr. Gregory Little, a psychologist and UFO researcher/author, these entities, at least the ones who do harm
to human percipients, enter or manifest into the human perceptual levels from the lower frequencies of the electromagnetic
spectrum (per his book, Grand Illusions)
12. interrupting the transitory journey of the soul after death. Examples can be found in the Bible, in the book Matrix II (per
the Nexus Group), various works by Maurice Rawlings (To Hell and Back), et al.
13. claiming to represent the Light, i.e. a higher spiritual power, even though the literal translation of the name Lucifer can be
14. Neither set of entities ever occupied human bodies of their own.
15. Either set of entities can or could have been abducted or possessed. Without going into great detail, it is convenient to
think of the possibilities like this: Demons, or fallen angels, are said to have fallen from grace, even though they were
originally created by God. In effect, they may have been influenced, even possessed and/or abducted, by Lucifer at the time of
the Great Rebellion in Heaven. ETs (generically meant here to encompass UFO-related entities) are vulnerable to possession
and abduction, as well.
16. Both sets or subsets of these entities may have volunteered to interact with humans in these ways.
17. Dr. Baldwin mentions the similarity of the little demons to stinging insects. Many UFO percipients report interactions
with UFO occupants resembling insects.
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