Re: Sex And Alien Abduction? - King
From: Kyle King <kyleking.nul>
Date: Fri, 3 Dec 2004 12:24:20 -0600
Fwd Date: Fri, 03 Dec 2004 21:03:10 -0500
Subject: Re: Sex And Alien Abduction? - King
>From: Peter Rogerson <progerson.nul>
>Date: Thu, 02 Dec 2004 22:09:37 +0000
>Subject: Re: Sex And Alien Abduction?
>>From: James Smith <zeus001002.nul>
>>Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 11:25:38 -0500 (GMT-05:00)
>>Subject: Sex And Alien Abduction?
>I suspect if you claimed voluntary sex with aliens you might
>suffer some of the side effects Greg Boone mentioned, and it
>might even be considered beastiality and they would put you in
>clink along with the sheep worriers.
>Many of these stories seem to come from the 50s and 60s with AVB
>and Elizabeth Klarer, and I suspect that the very first
>abduction story, the apparently lost story of the salesman, the
>nurse and the aliens in the desert featured sex somewhere, which
>is why it never got into the ufo literature.
Hi Peter and James,
Again I must comment on Peter's fixation with the 50s and 60s.
Tales of alien abduction are as old as man. The incubus/succubus
stories are little different than alien sex stories, except that
the technology we achieved added more possibilities as to the
source of the abductors.
Demonic possession is also a form of alien abduction, and while
it can be named and treated as a psychological disorder, that is
more an admission that we just don't understand it than a
declaration of fact.
When an abductee is called "loony", it is based more on the
abductees reaction to the event than on the event itself.
We condemn the Inquisition for rooting out witches, known to
consort with demons and devils, through rigged tests.
Today we commit or at least ridicule people who say they've had
sex with ETs or ghosts using equally ridiculous presumptions as
to what is possible and what is impossible.
Progress? Well, they might just be crazy, and then again they
might not. A matter of perspective and how the
victim/participant reacts, more than an objective judgment of
Oh, and bestiality (not beastiality) as a crime is also in the
eye of the beholder. It is a construct of religion and moral
indignation. In the realities of life however, it is sometimes
simply an expediency...a need fulfilled by what means are
available at the moment. No different than sex with birth
control, or assisted masturbation, except in the minds of those
that have the *normal* means, or a moral objection.
God might not like it, but it has been happening for as long as
we've been here. And even the Bible doesn't say it's crazy, just
not acceptable in a religious *read moral* context.