Dr. John Mack M.D.
Who uncovered Alien
Who's on The Mothership?
John E. Mack, MD
John Mack is a physician and professor of psychiatry at Cambridge
Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and the founding director of the
Center for Psychology and Social Change. He is the author of nine
books, winning a Pulitzer Prize in 1977 for A Prince of Our Disorder.
Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens, is Mack's latest book. He has
investigated over a hundred cases of abductions. His book chronicles
thirteen cases in depth.
Mack believes the investigation of human abductions is not just about
aliens or UFOs. It is really about how we can expand our understanding
of reality and awaken our human potential. As we explore
Mack's discoveries, let's see if we can step back and look at a bigger
picture. Let's think of ourselves as a three-year old child being taken
through a hospital, seeing many things a child would not understand. As
Mack says in the preface:
explore phenomena that exist at the margins of accepted reality, old
words become imprecise or must be given new meanings. Terms like
"abduction," "alien," "happening," and even "reality" itself, need
redefinition lest subtle distinctions be lost. In this context,
thinking of memory too literally as "true" or "false" may restrict what
we can learn about human consciousness from the abduction experiences."
A Psychiatrist is a
After going to medical school to become a regular doctor, a
psychiatrist then goes back to medical school and gets an additional
degree in psychiatry. So how was a medical doctor pulled into
Mack heard about Budd Hopkins, an otherwise normal guy who had been
working with people, spaceships, and aliens. Mack's reaction was
typical: The guy must be nuts. Through a mutual acquaintance he ended
up being introduced to Hopkins and his work. In spite of the insanity
of it all, a few things triggered Mack's professional instincts:
1. Minute details of the experiences matched in almost every case.
2. The specifics about abductions had not been presented in mainstream
media, so patients were not getting information from those sources, and
at the time there had been no books published detailing the experiences.
3. There were physical marks, bruises, scars, and lesions supposedly
caused by the experiences, which would not occur when someone imagines
4. In Mack's medically trained, professional judgement, none of the
people seemed to be delusional or exhibit the signs of mental illness.
Mack then agreed to work with some patients and the rest is history.
Mack Identifies Three
Kinds of Information
During John Mack's ongoing study of the abduction phenomenon, he was
able to classify three distinct kinds of information available to us
regarding these events. These three classes of information are
extremely important and should be kept in mind at all times while
studying any aspect of flying saucer/UFO/alien events.
1. Physical evidence left behind such as burned grass, scars, lesions,
bruises, or implants. These things are easily recognizable by modern
2. Things we could understand with our science if we had more
information or technology. Things which do not seem to violate our
understanding of how the universe works. An example might be an
advanced propulsion system capable of interstellar travel.
3. Third, and this may be the most important category of all, things
which do not fit within the framework of our universal laws. Things
such as levels of consciousness we do not know how or have forgotten
how to activate, along with unknown life forms who live only on those
levels of consciousness. Reading John Mack's book "Abduction" is an
absolute necessity if you want to know more about alien abductions and
the true capabilities of humans.
Different Types of Alien Beings
- In a
tragic accident, Dr.John Mack was killed on September 27, 2004. He was
hit by a drunk driver while walking with friends after dinner in London.