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25 August 2003
When I was in Sydney a few weeks back, I was rummaging through a cheap-ass book store, and stumbled across a real gem for only $1.95: the remarkable tome The Threat: Revealing the secret alien agenda by David M. Jacobs PhD.
If you want a case study in how well-spoken, well-educated people can argue passionately for the most insane beliefs, you'll have a hard time going past this effort.
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Part of this process is the creation of the fascinating Extrauterine Gestational Units within the pregnant women. Apparently the aliens fill the pregnant women with "air" to create extra space for all them little alien eggs. Jacobs knows this because the women reported these bizarre symptoms during pregnancy:
and even more unheard-of sensations:
Alarmed, Jacobs convinced one of the women to undergo an ultrasound, and he makes a shocking discovery:
Gasp - the evidence was gone and replaced by a regular preganancy. Creepy, no?
Elsewhere, Jacobs manages to devote one whole page to the small technical problem of aliens being able to travel such distances merely for the sake of hanky-panky and anal probing. He says:
Ah well that settles it then.
I found it odd that the aliens (who - amazingly - all speak English and bear a remarkable resemblance to the oily muppets in Close Encounters) would go to so much trouble to create a secret abduction & breeding program and undetectable interstellar spaceships, yet at the same time all seem very keen to tell the abductees all about themselves, their home planet and their breeding program without even bothering to erase their memories or brainwash them.
Jacobs goes on to outline the incubation process, adult alien hybrids (who show behaviour amazingly similar to selfish, horny adult men), alien takeover plots, and other random dementia. It really is an amazing exercise in controlled madness.
be worse: he could have written Stupid White Men.
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