Dr. Jacques Vallee, famed communications science expert, has studied thousands of cases where human beings have observed unusual phenomena. He has found
that the human response to such observation is predictable and graphically depictable. Whether the person's psychological structure is being assaulted by the
unusual and shocking brutality of a murder or the strangeness of a UFO sighting, the effect is the same:

Initially as by a kind of psychological inertia, the mind records fairly objectively what the eye is reporting. But when it has realized the strange nature of the phenomena it
goes into shock. The mind likes to live in a comfortable world where it feels it knows what to expect, that is not too threatening either physically or psychologically. The
unusual dispels the comfortable illusion the mind has created. This shock tears at the very mooring of the human psychological structure.

To protect itself against such an intrusive and threatening reality the mind will begin to add imagination and interpretation to the incoming data to make it more acceptable.
Since the mind is doing all this in haste some of the hurriedly added details and suggestions tumble over one another and contradict one another in a bizarre fashion ( as
any police officer interrogating murder witnesses will tell you).

When  the mind has constructed a "safe" framework for the new information it may again peek out and collect some more objective data. If the data is still threatening it
will again go into shock and the process starts all over again.

If the data is at the highest strangeness level where it brings terror either:

(1) The mind will  go into amnesia burying the events perhaps permanently in the unconscious.

(2) The personal psychological will collapse and the mind will reach down into its deepest place where "that which cannot be destroyed" is and it will abandon itself to
this entity for survival protection. Encounter with this changeless indestructible entity is usually referred to as a religious experience.  In the confusion and the shock, this
experience is often attributed to the shocking event or object and that is why primitive peoples worship such bizarre things as airplanes or cigarette lighters.

The degree of strangeness of the phenomena dictates how many people the mind is willing and able to tell the event to. A mildly unusual or shocking event will be told to
many people. A very shocking event of high strangeness will be told to few people or practically none at all. Occasionally the event is so shockingly unusual that it isn't
even reported to the person's conscious mind but is buried in the unconscious of the person where it is only accessible to hypnosis or careful level six
communication, sharing with another person."
Psychological Reactions to UFO Sightings and Abductions
Have you ever thought about why , after seeing a ufo, most people put it to the back of their minds...or why many abductees never tell anyone of their experiences?  NSA,
through a series of studies, released their findings in a document that Sergent Stone was able to obtain. Below is a copy of this 'unofficial' draft released to Sergent Stone.

Back to Burlington UFO Center
A former Army Sergeant, Clifford Stone, has  said the US Government had tried to suppress what he actually seen one strange day in  Pennsylvania, back in 1969. "I
was involved in situations where we actually did recoveries of crashed  saucers. There were bodies that were involved with some of these crashes. Also  some of these
were alive," he said. "While we were doing this, we were telling the American public there was nothing to it. We were telling the world there was nothing to it," Mr Stone
"You have individuals that look very much like you and myself, that could  walk among us and you wouldn't even notice the difference," he said. Stone claimed to have
catalogued 57 different species of alien life form
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  • Introduction
  • Chapter One – How We See Our Reality
  • Chapter Two – Understanding and Communicating with the Quantum World
  • Chapter Three – Ley Lines and Portal Phenomena
  • Chapter Four – Healing and Cleansing in a Feminine Vortex  
  • Chapter Five – Stairway to Heaven  
  • Chapter Six – Time and our Perception of Time  
  • Chapter Seven- Time and Space Travel
  • Chapter Eight – Finding Vortices and Paranormal Hotspots
  • Chapter Nine – Phase Shifting and Creating Portals
  • Chapter Ten – Communication and Shared Information
  • Chapter Eleven – Photographing the Invisible World
  • Chapter Twelve -The Holographic Universe
  • Conclusion -  
  • About the Author – Mary Sutherland