David Jacobs PhD
David Jacobs PhD, Professor and Alien Abduction researcher
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David Jacobs, PhD
David Jacobs is a tenured professor of history at Temple University in
Philadelphia. That's right, history! Sound like an unlikely discipline
to end up researching alien abductions? Ironically, these abductions
may end up being some of the most important historical events man has
ever known. It's a sure bet David Jacobs' expertise at chronicling
history will come in handy. It already has!
Jacobs got into this field of research almost by accident, as did many
other UFO researchers. It was as if he were being pulled into it by
some unknown force. Jacobs made an observation: UFOs had been reported
for decades, if not centuries, and yet there was almost no information
about them. Heck, you could go to any library and find volumes and
volumes on leprechauns and the Easter Bunny, but nothing on something
that has been witnessed by people all around the world for decades.
A spark was kindled and Jacobs did a dissertation on the subject. The
dissertation was later expanded and published in 1975 as a book
entitled The UFO Controversy in America. The beginnings of his research
career are well documented in his second book, published in 1992:
Secret Life: Firsthand Accounts of UFO Abductions. As we expand our
contact with other beings in the universe we are going to need help
from every area of study, including fields that have been ignored
because they are not considered scientific, as well as those areas of
study yet to be discovered. That means everyone has something to offer.
Several alien beings are involved in any abduction sequence
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Jacobs has discovered that people who are abducted come from all walks
of life: doctors, secretaries, construction workers, housewives, and
students. They are from every income level, from the very wealthy to
people who are poor, and everyone in between; including all races,
religions, and cultures.
David Jacobs has documented abductions from virtually any place you
could find a human being: cities, rural roads, apartment buildings,
hospitals, prisons, and major hotels. It can and does happen everywhere.
How Many People? A Lot!
Jacobs has spent over a decade conducting his research and
investigations. He has worked with over three hundred abductees. Jacobs
and his colleague Budd Hopkins together have received over fifteen
thousand letters from people around the world detailing nearly
identical abduction experiences. Based on their research, Jacobs and
Hopkins estimate that approximately 7 percent of the world's population
has been involved in abductions. In the United States alone that's 18
Not only that, but according to a Time/CNN poll, between 13 and 22
percent of the population acknowledges that they think abductions or at
least contact is taking place on a regular basis. That percentage
equals 57 million people. By comparison, Jacobs' estimates seem to be
well on the conservative side. Clearly, there is something taking
place, and it's big!
How Often? All the Time!
If you're an abductee you could lose a lot of sleep. According to
Jacobs, the lowest rate of abduction is at least ten times per year.
That's almost once a month. The average rate is a hundred times per
year! That's every three days!
Abductions Are Not Random
If you haven't been beamed up yet, you probably won't be. Jacobs has
discovered that abductions are intergenerational.
1. Abductions are not random occurrences, like fishing.
2. They start when a person is a child. They are planned and repeated
many times over a person's entire life.
3. They expand exponentially. Therefore, even if only one parent is an
abductee, all the children from those parents will also become
abductees. Even if you started with only a hundred abductees 50 years
ago, think how many people you would have today.
4. Jacobs has been able to go back about 60 years and identify what
appears to be some of the original abductees.
5. There is one exception: Adopted children do not get abducted even if
their natural siblings do.
Flying Saucer Sightings
Are Not Random
Flying saucers have a purpose. Flying saucers are vehicles transporting
somebody to or from a location. They are not absently floating by like
clouds. With this in mind, it could be that at least one of their main
functions is transporting people for the purpose of abductions.
People who are abductees see flying saucers all the time, often several
times per week, whereas non-abductees can easily go a lifetime and
never see a UFO. The correlation strongly suggests that when people
frequently see UFOs, it is in fact just before or immediately following
an abduction event. A generalization can be made that it is rare to
have one without the other.
There are no adult onset abductions.
Abductions Appear to Be
a Huge Project
By all accounts worldwide, the tables and devices involved in the
medical procedures are all large and human-sized. The gray beings
conducting the procedures are described to be between three and four
feet tall, much smaller than humans. This means the equipment is
intended for use on humans. Some of the spacecraft are huge with
literally hundreds of examination tables in a single room. Think of the
number of individuals and support systems it would take to build and
maintain a ship this size with that amount of equipment. Enough
capacity to routinely abduct people worldwide on a regular basis! This
is a huge investment of resources and obviously very important to our
alien visitors, not to mention the great lengths that have been gone
through to keep this project secret.
More Proof: Physician,
As Jacobs continues to point out in his book, most of the alien
procedures are gynecological and neurological. Our most compelling
evidence is sitting in your doctor's filing cabinets!
Physicians just didn't know what they were seeing, and when they did
notice it, it was such an aberration it was simply dismissed it.
For some doctors, it scared them, and they made agreements among
themselves not to discuss it with anyone else. There have been several
documented cases like this. Some additional things medical
people regularly see in abductees:
* Unexplained scars, scoop marks, and bruising.
* Deep bruising. So deep that X-rays clearly shown trauma all the way
to the bone.
* Severe nosebleeds following an abduction.
* X-rays and CAT scans of implanted devices when the patient had no
prior history of surgery.
* Three-pronged, deep-needle sticks that are spaced exactly the same on
Different Kinds of Alien Beings
Abduction Medical Procedures