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How To Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction

Updated on August 2, 2013

I don't even know how I found this, but it's too good not to share.

From the Inside Cover Flap:

In 1988 Ann Druffel, who has researched UFOs for 40 years, discovered a little-known fact that had been drowned in abduction hysteria--documented evidence that people have successfully fended off attack by the "greys," the short, big-eyed aliens now familiar through so much popular media. Using her database of 250 case studies, including 70 "resisters," Druffel has ascertained 9 techniques that witnesses use to ward off alien entities and even break off abductions in progress. And perhaps even more astonishing, this evidence points to the possible true identity of the greys and their link to the abducting entities of myth and folklore.

Alien Abduction Resistance Techniques

  • Mental Struggle: Block their mind control

  • Physical Struggle: Fight back

  • Righteous Anger: Summon your inviolate rights

  • Protective Rage: Guard your loved ones

  • Support from Family Members: Seek strength in numbers

  • Intuition: Sense them coming

  • Metaphysical Methods: Create a personal shield

  • Appeal to Spiritual Personages: Get help from on high

  • Repellents: Use time-tested fend-off substances

Complete with hair-raising true tales of courage and illustrated with eye-witness sketches, How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction is the only book with step-by-step instructions on what to do--and not to do--if aliens come knocking on your door.

HURRY...

YOU MIGHT BE NEXT!

Or your cows; ETs seem to like cows.

How To Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction

Ann Druffel

"Why the word is most commonly spelled 'grey,' as in the British spelling instead of the American spelling 'gray' remains almost as much of a mystery as the greys themselves!"

That's Deep, Ann

Are Alien Abductions Real?

Should we be prepared to defend ourselves?

What Else is There to Say About Defending Yourself Against Alien Abductions?

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    • WriterJanis2 profile image

      WriterJanis2 

      5 years ago

      After reading this, I feel prepared. Pinned.

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      I think you have covered it pretty well.

      If aliens do abduct people, I'm not volunteering. :)

    • ToTheBrimm LM profile imageAUTHOR

      ToTheBrimm LM 

      7 years ago

      @LouiseKirkpatrick: Ooo... sounds like the Protective Rage Technique.

      Thanks for the visit.

    • LouiseKirkpatrick profile image

      LouiseKirkpatrick 

      7 years ago from Berkshire, United Kingdom

      This lens is awesome! I warn any aliens that may be reading that if you even think about abducting my dogs I'll kick your alien posteriors all the way back to your planet of origin :D

      Blessed :)

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