It usually begins with either lights or a humming sound. They looked like little specimens, hanging in jars. That we're apparently heading—you know, we're headlong into oblivion without any care or concern. And there's usually some kind of communication is done, during the abduction. Then there's a taller version—of the gray variety that I described, with the big eyes—that are usually the ones that are involved in the medical procedures. Thus, they closely examine the brain, the spine, and other specific neurological sites. After the table procedures, abductees report that they are sometimes taken into other rooms where they are required to have skin on skin contact with unusual looking babies.
But that feeling of loss was also there.
"Obligated aliens": recognizing sperm donors' ethical obligation to disclose genetic information.
Aspects of this neurological control can be done without staring Mindscan procedures. Well, I think the best way to do that would be to relate an actual experience. The earth is in serious trouble. The Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2: And I was—I was in a pure state of pure panic and terror. Mindscan is a staring procedure in which an alien peers directly into an abductee's eyes from a distance of a few inches or less. Academic Press for the Zoological Society of London.