hypnotic regressions

For the last month or so, I carried this book everywhere I went. The cover began to tear so I had to repair it 😜. I was weary, at first, to read a book based on mostly hypnotically regressed recollections of abduction encounters, but was surprised by the detail and imaginative quality of the material Betty Andreasson Luca presented. It is the story of Betty’s encounters with otherworldly beings since childhood. She, her daughter and her father have conscious recall of strange encounters, so it lends credibility to her story. Throughout the book, Betty had astral abductions as well as physical abductions in which she became a light being and interacted with other light beings. She was also shown various ship functions-such as a large vivarium full of earth-like flora and tiny beings no bigger then babies. They explained to her about their hybrid program - to preserve our species as well as propagate their own. The main goal of the book, according to the author Raymond Fowler, was to present the beings message to humanity. Betty believes and was told by the beings that she is to play an important role in relaying information to mankind. According to Betty, they can reside in and witness all past, present and future events and they have seen our future - that mankind is to become sterile and it is their endeavor to create and preserve our species as well as other species on the planet. They emphasis that if we do not take action to take better care of our environment, all life on earth is in danger of extinction. This message is familiar in the abduction phenomenon…so I was left to wonder - if, indeed, Betty’s encounters did occur as described, the implications for everything we thought to be true about the nature of time, reality and our purpose as a species would be quite startling…

In this book, Karla Turner, her husband Elton, their son, David, as well as a handful of friends and acquaintances chronicle their encounters with alien beings, missing time and UFO sightings. They have both conscious recall of strange events and hypnotically regressed memories. This, for me, was the first book I’ve read that led me to have negative feelings about some of our visitors, despite knowing they have presented themselves in negative connotations on many occasions. The only consolation I took was their ability to block our memories to (attempt to) protect us from trauma. I found the book eye opening yet I’m skeptical of hypnotically regressed recall. At the same time, though memory is quite malleable, if we are to believe even a few of these encounters, the implications are quite staggering. There’s much to be gleaned from the multitudes of material about this subject and though we all -want- to believe they are our “space brothers,” I believe we must still tread lightly and maintain our objectivity if we are to truly understand their intentions.