Aliens Are Taking Humans To Create A 'Hybrid Project', Abductee Reveals
Much has been said about close encounters with aliens. Many of the abductees affirm that extraterrestrial beings are actually trying to help humans reach a higher level of spiritual evolution so as to integrate them to a new, harmonic universal order.
In order to share common experiences, a group of these abductees met at the Close Encounters Conference in Byron Bay, Australia.
According to a report published on British online newspaper The Express, a woman called Anna (she omitted her last name) said at the conference that aliens “wanted some help with their hybrid project”. “I discern who I tell and who I don't because I can tell who is ready for that information and who is not. I don't want to freak people out”, she added.
Mary Rodwell, board member of the Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters (FREE) discussed the results of a survey of 3,000 people which was conducted by the organisation. She explained that, according to the research, most of the abductees spoke about their encounters in “an overwhelmingly positive way”.
“They [abductees] have talked about seeing strange craft in the sky, being taken to a spacecraft, procedures being done to them, being educated on the craft… and what we're finding is that 85 per cent of people change their lifestyle after these experiences”, Ms Rodwell commented.
“What we're finding is that people are speaking about their experiences in an overwhelmingly positive way. Their attitude to the materialistic world changes, they become more ecologically minded, they feel more empathy for the planet and themselves, and they are being changed in ways that many people can't understand”, she continued.
Kathryn Hand, one of the organisers of the conference, asserted that the goal of the event was to give people “a platform” to speak about their experiences. “We found that by organising this, people have started to feel more comfortable talking about it. We're giving them a platform to talk about it”, Ms Hand said. “We're bringing people together who have had encounters, and trying to make it something that can be discussed in an environment where they won't be ridiculed and where they can discover they're not alone”, she expressed.
Draw your own conclusions…