“Abductees,” Eva said, “Are souls that have, for their individual purposes and reasons, chosen the probability of physical form. But through their experiences they are regaining their memory of source…The process of abduction is one form of such, of regaining memory.” The abduction experience itself, Eva said, “Is a mechanism to remove the structures that impede the reconnection with source, and to purify the physical vehicle in such a way to serve to regain better memory and to bring knowledge to others.” ~ Dr. John E. Mack (Abduction: Human Encounters With Aliens)
“All the honest truth-telling there is in the world is done by children.” ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
This is an interview with school children, parents and teachers who witnessed a landing and contact with Beings not of Earth in 1994.
September 16, 2014 marks the 20 year anniversary of this phenomenon. Harvard professor and psychologist, Dr. John E. Mack conducts the interview with the children.
Harvard Professor, Dr. John E. Mack
“I have come to realize this alien encounter phenomenon forces us, if we permit ourselves to take it seriously, to re-examine our perception of human identity — to look at who we are from a cosmic perspective.” ~ Dr. John E. Mack (Harvard University, Professor of Psychiatry)
John Edward Mack, M.D. (Oct 4, 1929 – Sep 27, 2004) was a Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer and a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School.
Dr Mack was born in New York City, and died in London at age 74. (bio courtesy of John E. Mack Institute)
Below are some of the works of Dr. John E. Mack:
Harvard Professor of Psychiatry, Dr. John E. Mack (Video)
Kids interviewed then and now – Ariel school Africa – UFO in 1994 (Video)
“Experiencers” – Documentary by Stephane Allix (Video)