By: J.J. Hitt
To: George Mooth
Re: Our Daily Alien
::: "Alien" Vampires :::
An Encyclopedia of Fairies (Briggs, 1976) gives
many examples of fairy abductions. The similarities between
fairy abductions and UFO abductions is startling. People who
reported interactions with fairies generally reported marks
on their bodies consistent with reports of alien abductions.
Fairy abductions and UFO abductions also exhibit striking
similarities to activities of incubi and succubi. Almost
always a thick drink is given to the abductee. The victim is
paralyzed and then levitated away. The fairies traveled in
circular globes of light which is also commonly reported in
UFO abductions. Another similarity to the UFO abduction
scenario is the bigfoot type creature which was called a
"bogie" in fairy lore. Many so-called fairies and aliens
look and act a lot like what have been described throughout
history as demons.
The point is that there is a tradition stretching
back thousands of years of beings abducting humans and their
offspring; these beings fly in globes of light, can paralyze
their victims, induce amnesia about the event, force strange
drinks on their victims, have sex with them and, in many
cases, ultimately drive them to madness, physical ruin, or
even take over their bodies for their own use. This
possession can be permanent or semi-permanent. Possession
takes place after a long period of wearing down of the will
through repeated forced encounters which generally include
draining of energy through sexual contact.
Some occultists see any sexual activity as part of
man's lower nature. Others see it as a sacrament. Cornelius
Agrippa described copulation as "full of magical endowment,"
and Aratus said that: "As the physical union of man and woman
leads to the fruit from the composition of eache, in the same
way the interior and secret association of man and woman is
the copulation of the male and female soul, and is appointed
for the production of fitting fruit of the divine life."
Many other occultists believe that the mysterious
psychic energy producing all phenomena is sexual in nature.
In point of fact, poltergeist activity is usually associated
with a disturbed adolescent who is unable to "ground" their
sexual energy. It is asserted that sexual currents of the
libido are manifestations of an energy that can be
transferred from one person to another. In this way, it is
suggested, the old can draw the life force from young
persons. For example, King David regularly slept with a
young virgin when he had become old, and the same technique
was used in classical Greece and Rome with some success. The
Emperor Barbarossa was reported to have held young boys
against his stomach and genitals in order to "savour and
absorb their energy"; Pope Innocent VIII employed healthy
young children to stroke him thereby transferring their
energy to him.
Some physicians of the past went so far as to
hypothesize that the life energy was strongly concentrated in
young blood and suggested that vampirism should be employed
by those enfeebled by age.
Legends of the vampire have persisted since the
beginning of recorded history. The problem lies in sorting
fact from fiction. The fact is that reports in Eastern
Europe tell us that something called vampirism reached almost
epidemic proportions in the 18th century. The stories are
quite lurid and many of the details must be attributed to the
terrified imaginations of superstitious peasants, yet much of
the documentation is so detailed and the witnesses so
reputable that it seems impossible that there is not
something going on here. The question is, what is it? The
idea of a corpse coming out of their coffin at night to suck
the blood of the living seems pretty irrational and I think
we can discard it as confused reports of a phenomenon of an
entirely different nature. From beyond recorded history the
ritual drinking and spilling of blood has been the vital
element in sacrifice, gaining power and appeasing the gods.
For life, one must have blood. But who are these "gods" and
why do they want blood?
For many years occultists have talked and written
about demonic bloodsucking materialisations. Dion Fortune
believed that the astral body can escape from a persons's
living body and assume another form such as a bird, animal or
vampire. Vampirism is believed to be contagious. This may
be because the person who is vampirized, being depleted of
vitality, is thought to be a psychic vacuum who then draws
energy from the people they encounter in daily life. This
energy is then available for the vampirizing entity on their
next call to collect. This may be one of the reasons for
repeated, seemingly routine alien abductions. The "screen"
memory of reproductive examination could actually be covering
a systematic robbing of life force through "sexual currents."
The cultic vampire, created largely by Bram Stoker
in 1897, carries overtones of sexuality that may be more than
mere accident. The combination of violence, psychic
seduction, sex and giving up of life force made vampirism
very popular. There have been numerous individuals who have
been called or have called themselves vampires; none of these
perverts actually rose from the dead though they have
committed murders and/or drunk blood. They were not vampires
in the supernatural sense of the word. But, the connection
between supernatural vampirism and sex is profound. We have
to wonder what is the extraordinary fascination that
vampirism has on the subconscious minds of most people? It
seems to be the blend of sexual excitement, surrender to
possession with the promise of immortality and thrilling
evil. Sex and the supernatural: an unbeatable combination.
British actor Christopher Lee explained the appeal
of the vampire by saying: "He offers the illusion of
immortality...the subconscious wish we all have of
limitless power...a being of tremendous brain and physical
strength..." But this writer thinks that there may be a more
significant reason for this fascination; one that is deeper
and more compelling.
The illusion of immortality! That is very similar
to what has been offered to many UFO abductees: "...Fred and
James...both of them had been told that new bodies were
somehow being made or prepared for us." (Turner, 1992) As
part of an implanted screen memory, this would prove highly
effective in overcoming resistance.
One of the most common effects of vampiric activity
is physical exhaustion without explanation. Contributing
Editor to National Geographic, Thomas B. Allen researched the
facts of the case of possession which inspired William Peter
Blatty to write The Exorcist. In the original case, the
young boy had nightly bouts with his demon and was generally
normal and amnesiac in the daytime. The only symptoms were
lethargy and spells of extreme tiredness. This phenomenon
occurs frequently in UFO abduction scenarios as we see in the
"Throughout the fall and winter, we felt literally
under siege from forces and entities we couldn't fathom...
the next morning, I simply couldn't wake up. No matter how
hard I tried or how much tea I drank, I was in a daze the
entire day, yet I had no reason to be so exhausted... "
"...but just as suddenly as she'd been exhilarated,
she was drained of all her energy and almost fell to the
ground in a faint...Megan collapsed on the couch, unable to
speak or even open her eyes for almost half an hour." (Ibid.)
Extensive clinical work in the field by numerous
psychiatrists, psychologists and psycho-therapists as well as
lay-counselors indicate that discarnate beings can influence
the living by forming a physical, mental or spiritual bond.
Almost invariably the forming of this bond is followed by
physical, emotional and/or mental conditions and symptoms.
These can include erratic or inconsistent behavior, intense
emotions of fear, sadness, anger or guilt that are not
appropriate to the life experience. Physical exhaustion and
many disease processes have been cured by "exorcism" of
attachment by discarnates. Discarnates attaching to living
humans can seemingly influence the choice of marriage
partners as well as the choice to engage in an extramarital
affair. They may hasten death or prolong life.
In most cases, the host is unaware of the presence
of the alien energy. They may experience the thoughts,
desires and behaviors of the outsider as their own. This is
particularly true if the contact was made in early childhood
and the influence has been present for a long time. In most
cases the presence of an outside influence acts in very
subtle ways or even produces no noticeable symptoms at all --
at least for a time. The victim will generally deny any such
interference and can only be convinced in their own mind
after the entity has been removed and the difference in the
way they think and feel brings realization.
Alien and other attachments do not, contrary to
popular lore, require the permission of the host. While this
may seem to deny the current popularity of the idea of
creating one's own reality and concepts of free will, it is,
in fact, a different conflict. There is a definite
difference between belief and denial. With limited
knowledge, many people are wide open to psychic intrusion.
Belief or non-belief has no bearing on the reality of these
beings. The popular concept is that "He who does not believe
in demons will never be bothered by them." However, we must
go to the Tibetan mystics for clarification on this point.
"According to that [idea] it must also follow that
a man who does not believe in the existence of tigers may
feel confident that none of them would ever hurt him even if
he were confronted by such a beast... Visualizing mental
formations, either voluntarily or not, is a most mysterious
process. What becomes of these creations? May it not be
that like children born of our flesh, these children of our
mind separate their lives from ours, escape our control, and
play parts of their own? ...Must we not also consider that we
are not the only ones capable of creating such formations?
And if such entities exist in the world, are we not liable to
come into touch with them, either by the will of their maker
or from some other cause?... One must know how to protect
oneself against the tigers to which one has given birth, as
well as against those that have been begotten by others."
(Lama Kushog Wanchen, quoted by Madame David-Neel, 1929)
Referring again to the most common of all psychic
phenomena, the poltergeist, there is an allied phenomenon of
the invisible attacker. Raised scratch marks appear on the
bodies of some poltergeist victims and on one occasion an
investigating police officer saw cuts spontaneously appearing
on the legs and chest of a screaming poltergeist victim.
This is also extremely common, if not if fact a definite
indicator, of demonic infestation, obssession and possession.
The previously referenced case of UFO abduction researched by
Karla Turner, Ph.D., contains elements of sex, poltergeist
stigmata and possible vampirism: "...he woke up in his bed
with a strange female alien being beside him. She was trying
to get me worked up," he said. "She got on top of me and
tried to make me respond, you know, sexually. But I kept
refusing, I pushed her away and begged her to leave me
alone... she was naked, though, and she felt really cold when
she touched me." ..."I found these marks this morning," he
pointed... three large puncture marks on the skin on the back
of his calf arranged in an equilateral triangle."
...He was staying alone in a friend's apartment,
collapsing in bed after hours of walking the streets alone,
and when he awoke he was covered with bruises and scratches
all over his back."(Turner, 1992)
Many cases of alien interference are accompanied by
what several investigators have called the "gorilla on the
roof" syndrome. These are the bangs, thumps, bumps and
strange knockings reported by numerous individuals from
Whitley Streiber to Karla Turner. They are also considered
to be initial manifestations of demonic obssession and quite
common in poltergeist infestation. (All of this is beginning
to sound like we need an exterminator.)
Robert Curran writes about the Smurl family: "For
more than a year, the Smurls had heard banging and pounding
inside their walls..."
Along with the "gorilla on the roof" we usually
find the "ghost in the machine" or chair or bed or whatever.
Karla Turner wrote regarding one of the principles
in her book: "...I was sitting on the couch, and it was late
at night. And all of a sudden, the couch started hopping up
and down, and then this footstool started hopping, I mean,
really hopping. It was shaking me!"
"The whole bed started to shake, and when I tried
to move, I found I was paralyzed. I couldn't even speak, but
somehow I finally managed to whisper a prayer, asking the god
of truth and love to make this frightening force go away. I
repeated the prayer again and again, until the paralysis
broke, but the bed shook even more violently as my strength
increased... I tried to rouse Casey and tell him what had
happened, but he rolled over sleepily without responding...
at that point, three women came in and approached me. They
held me comfortingly and told me, "You did the right thing,
You passed the test." (Ibid.)
Hostes alienigeni me abduxerunt.
--- Msgedsq 2.2e
* Origin: Saint Elmo's Fire Hydrant (Houston) (1:106/9788.2)