The media portrays alien abduction as a dreadful ordeal, but anthropologist Krista Henriksen has found that people who claim to have been abducted say it's not an unpleasant experience. She says, "[The aliens] tell people they're not alone, that they're special, they're chosen for a purpose." She?s studied 60 men and women who claimed to have had close encounters.
Most of them remembered being told there were terrible problems with the world but that they had been chosen to do something about it. "Sometimes they have malevolent messages, manipulative, nasty messages. But that was, by far, the minority," she says. "Most often extraterrestrials were bringing messages of goodwill."
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