Humint Events Online: Abducted by Aliens-- the Strange Case of Dr. John Mack (and Dr. Susan Clancy)

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Abducted by Aliens-- the Strange Case of Dr. John Mack (and Dr. Susan Clancy)

This article on John Mack is fascinating. 

Personally, I think some people have indeed been abducted physically by aliens, onto ET spaceships. But other people may rather have been "psychologically abducted" by ETs. I think Mack was amazing to actually keep an open mind about this and to go against mainstream science in his investigation. And what a tragedy that he was killed in such a freak accident (which any conspiracy theorist has to wonder about).

What particularly annoys me is Susan Clancy, who sort of took over Mack's work at Harvard and soon decided that all abduction victims were imagining things. She actually had no proof of this at all, except that she decided there was no such thing as UFOs or ETs and thus these people were just making shit up. I read her book, "Abducted: How People Come to Believe They Were Kidnapped by Aliens", and it was incredibly frustrating.  Now, sure, some people who think they were abducted may be hoaxers or were just deluded in some strange way. But not all cases can be written off.

Clancy more recently, has written a newer book--

...The Trauma Myth, in which she suggests that child sexual abuse is rarely a traumatic experience for the victims at the time it occurs, and is instead described by victims as confusing. She argues that later in life, after the memories are processed, examined, and more fully understood, the experience becomes traumatic. 
Clancy writes in “The Trauma Myth” that when she arrived at Harvard in 1996, the trauma theory held that “a child will only participate in abuse if forced, threatened, or explicitly coerced” (p. 41). Then she interviewed victims and learned, “They did not fight it. It was not done against their will. They went along... only 5% tried to stop it” (p. 41). Clancy concludes that since sexual abuse of children is not violent per se, the millions of victims who did not experience their sex abuse as traumatic grapple with crippling thoughts of shame, embarrassment, and self-blame, thus compounding their suffering.

So, how fucked up is that? Even if this were true-- which I can't see how it is-- how does this idea do anything but absolve abusive pedophiles of guilt and remorse?  How incredibly vile to downplay the physical trauma of what a child must feel from an adult sexually abusing them? 

So this really casts an odd and ugly light on her work denying people who say they were abducted by aliens. And in both cases, Clancy is really shielding the evil PTB from their crimes (covering up the ET presence and their abuse of children).

UPDATE: see the first comment to this post.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

""she suggests that child sexual abuse is rarely a traumatic experience for the victims at the time it occurs""

seriously? tell that to the child.

""Clancy concludes that since sexual abuse of children is not violent per se...""

right. having a giant cock shoved up a child's little tiny ass is not violent in the least.

i once had a girlfriend who's twin sister and her were molested at a young age - the twin has had a colostomy bag ever since. if i was to ever meet this vile clancy person i would pinch her head right off of her neck.

8:00 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Exactly. What a fucktard she is. Unreal.

3:40 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

And yeah, I thought I had written more at the end of the post about how vile that thesis was, but it got clipped off.

3:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Susan Clancy is clearly part of the cover-up PTB on both issues (sexual abuse and UFO's). However, have you read Jan Irvin? His website Gnostic Media links organizations like Esalen and people such as McKenna, Grof, Huxley, etc. to MK-Ultra programs and intentional disinfo. If Mack was affiliated with these people and programs (and the VF article suggests he was), and if Irvin can be believed, is it possible that Mack was part of the big psy-op too, about UFO's? Too depressing to contemplate actually.

9:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

First Baptist Church, Augusta, Ga. is where the Southern Baptist Convention was founded...because slave owners didn't want to be told that the "peculiar institution" was evil.

I was baptized there.

The Pastor had an affair with a woman member.
The organist was a homosexual pedophile.
A youth group leader was also a homosexual pedophile.

The minister did nothing, because he was having an adulterous affair that he didn't want publicized.

He is, to this day, held in high esteem by the Augusta elite...some of whom are FBC members. others not.

If it isn't against the rules here, I'll list the names of these three moral degenerates.

7:33 PM  

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