The Alien Abduction Phenomenon Is Clandestine, Dr. David Jacobs Speaks Out

"First and foremost, the abductees are not allowed to remember what happened to them." ~ Dr. David Jacobs

Amongst the most controversial people in the world of Ufology is David Jacobs, Ph.D.

According to Wikipedia, the recently retired Associate Professor of History at Temple University specializing in 20th century American history and culture. Jacobs is particularly well known in the field of Ufology for his research and authoring of books on the subject of alleged alien abductions.

Jacobs obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in 1973, in the field of intellectual history. He wrote his dissertation on the controversy over unidentified flying objects in America.[1] A revised edition of his dissertation was published as The UFO Controversy in America by Indiana University Press in 1975, and sold out (very unusual for an academic work).[2]

As a faculty member of the Department of History at Temple University, Jacobs specialized in history of 20th-century American popular culture.[3] He stated that his current research interests “involve a delineation of the role of anomalous experiences in personal and cultural life.”[3] For over 25 years[1] Jacobs has taught a course on “UFOs in American Society.”[4]

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In this exclusive interview for EMN shot at Contact in The Desert, Joshua Tree California, Jacobs suggests that the abduction phenomenon is not a benevolent, other-dimensional spiritual experience like so many people report. Rather, Jacobs’ research through hypnotic regression with alleged alien abductees suggests that alien-human hybrids are engaged in a covert program of infiltration into human society worldwide.

“These human hybrids are training to live here,” Jacobs asserts, “and they are being trained by the abductees.”

And what is the end game according to Dr. David Jacobs?

“The planetary acquisition through the creation of human-like hybrids.”

“The more you look at this”, says Jacobs, “the more rational it becomes.”


 

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  • karen landry
    August 3, 2016, 8:08 am

    David Jacobs work is very interesting to me along with Bud Hopkins and John Mack. There isn’t any question in my mind that his research is worthy. The only thing that holds him "controversial" in my opinion is the "why" of the phenomenon. His work is of great value to the phenomena of extraterrestrial origin and will continue to be as interesting tomorrow as it is today. I can’t help but think of abductees and what they are put through. It’s hard to imagine how one can cope.

    Once again, thank you Sid. Great interview with Dr. Jacobs.

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    • Sid Goldberg@karen landry
      August 3, 2016, 11:19 am

      Thanks Karen. As controversial as Dr. Jacobs is, I have to acknowledge that it is not a one way street, so to speak. From what I gather from my own interviews with abductees, there are benevolent as well as malevolent beings out there just as on Earth, we have people with mixed agendas of varying degrees of so-called good and bad. I believe everything is out there in the Universe. What Dr. Jacobs describes is one aspect of the kinds of clients and experiencers according to their own energy and vibratory rate. We tend to tune-into that which resonates with our own consciousness.

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  • Alberto
    August 3, 2016, 10:46 am

    I always admire Dr. Jacobs work great interview thanks for sharing Sid. 🙂

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    • Sid Goldberg@Alberto
      August 3, 2016, 11:21 am

      Thanks for your comment, Alberto. Dr. Jacobs is a pioneer and because of his observations and conclusions, he has rocked the boat in the field of Ufology. Whether you agree with him or not, he stimulates discussion and exploration into the topic.

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