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Re: The Alien Abduction Story & Non-Physical

From: Nick Balaskas <Nikolaos.nul>
Date: Thu, 19 Jul 2007 11:42:11 -0400 (Eastern Daylight Time)
Archived: Fri, 20 Jul 2007 09:20:20 -0400
Subject: Re: The Alien Abduction Story & Non-Physical

Hello Everyone!

Below is a reply from Eugene Frison who is no longer subscribed
to the UFO UpDates List but frequently checks out the recently
archived articles that are of particular interest to him. Eugene
gave me permission, to share his e-mail with others on the List

Nick Balaskas


From: Eugene Frison <eugene.frison.nul>
To: Nick Balaskas <Nikolaos.nul>
Date: Wed, 18 Jul 2007 21:36:03 -0300
Subject: Regarding Your Lead To UpDates (William Treurniet's


Hi Nick:

I read with interest the lead you supplied to UpDates re:
William C. Treurniet and his article on 'abduction' and non-
physical reality.' The research he described is an example of
research and thinking that is going to do more to solve the UFO
enigma than anything else happening today.

Graham Hancock's research and personal experimentation via the
hallucinogenic substances DMT, Ayahuasca, Ibogaine, and
Psilocybin into the so-called 'spirit world' - described in his
'Supernatural: Meetings With the Ancient Teachers of Mankind' -
 does, indeed, seem to extend Vallee's hypothesis of there being
a connection between the entities in fairy reports and the
entities allegedly encountered in UFO reports, to also include
the entities described by shamans. When I first read these books
by Hancock, Strassman, and Pinchbeck (among others) awhile back,
I couldn't help but think of Alvin Lawson's research - again,
the same entities were apparently encountered here in another
type of altered state of consciousness (hypnotism). It seems
that if you scratch an altered state of consciousness - be it
brought on by drugs such as DMT, Ayahuasca, Ibogaine, or
Psilocybin, or by other methods such as rhythmic dancing,
austerities, sensory deprivation, hypnotism, etc - the 'greys'
and their 'UFOs' can be found.

The idea that tryptamine compounds can 'retune' the brain to
allow it to access frequencies that normally aren't (at least
consciously) processed may do more to help explain the riddle of
the UFO phenomenon than first appears. For instance, genetics
may predispose people to produce excess DMT within their brains
which allows for an 'abduction' experience to occur and such a
genetic based predisposition for excess DMT production may
_also_ explain why 'abductions' tend to occur over several
generations in the same family. It's not such a crazy idea: the
source molecule from which all the hallucinogenic tryptamine
compounds - those with a tryptamine core - including DMT (which
is produced naturally in our brains) is tryptophan, and
tryptophan is one of the key amino acids in the construction and
replication of life (one of only two amino acids that DNA treats
as too important for any ambiguity).

The category of 'blur zone' UFOs may support the notion that the
so-called 'spirit world' and the 'physical world' may not be
separate and distinct afterall. We keep trying to hammer reality
out into two halves, the spiritual and the physical. We even do
this in the UFO field with distinctions of physical and
psychical. Reality may be a holographic, enfolded, unified
structure and we merely compartmentalize it - with such
compartments not really existing. It might be that the division
between the two realms isn't, and never has been, real - being
instead a creation of our profoundly materialistic civilization.
I think too many 'Ufologists' are trying to hammer a round peg
into a square hole - and their nuts and bolts idea of flesh and
blood ET aliens in souped-up physical spaceships originating in
our limited space-time continuum is the round peg they've been
playing with. But the UFO is not the round peg most of them
think it is!

Another very excellent book that describes the effects such
substances, especially the neurotransmitter 'glutamate,' may
have on retuning the brain to other realities is by Anthony
Peake and is entitled 'Is There Life After Death? The
Extraordinary Science Of What Happens When We Die.' Peake, among
much else, describes the effects of a glutamate flood within the
brain and what it does to our perception of reality. Fascinating
research. I think research along these lines is providing
answers to questions pertaining to the UFO mystery that just
didn't yield under the older prejudiced approach.

I don't subscribe to UpDates or any other UFO list anymore but I
check the archives for news regularly. So I can't reply to your
lead on UpDates. But you can cut/paste this and quote my reply
to you (by putting into the body of one of your posts to
UpDates) if you want.


Eugene Frison

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