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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hybrids Gone Wild!
This has got to be one of the most ominous UFO books I've read in a long time, maybe ever in fact. If it was written by anyone else (with the exclusion of Budd Hopkins), I would've shrugged my shoulders, said, "sure, right," and threw some text up on my alien webpage out of context to mock it.
There is a decent amount of new material in it that I haven't...
Am 6. April 1998 veröffentlicht

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3.0 von 5 Sternen SUSPEND LOGIC AND DISBELIEVE, THEN ENJOY
Like the people who watch professional wrestling, and somehow set aside the common knowledge that this "sport" is totally staged while enjoying the entertainment, you too can set aside your daily skepticism and common sense, THEN enjoy the book.
I am one of those folks who enjoy paranormal reading for entertainment after a hard left brain day in the...
Veröffentlicht am 27. Oktober 1999 von W. Christie


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3.0 von 5 Sternen SUSPEND LOGIC AND DISBELIEVE, THEN ENJOY, 27. Oktober 1999
Like the people who watch professional wrestling, and somehow set aside the common knowledge that this "sport" is totally staged while enjoying the entertainment, you too can set aside your daily skepticism and common sense, THEN enjoy the book.
I am one of those folks who enjoy paranormal reading for entertainment after a hard left brain day in the software development trade. I love the new genre of "fictional" nonfiction, and dare the author to convince me of his great truth. David Jacobs works hard at it. After all, he is a professor of history. What more is needed to be a hypnotherapist and fighter of the alien hordes?
David lets us know that every other abduction hypnotherapist (except those who agree with him, of course) are deluded by their patients' false memories, yet Davy boy uniquely can differentiate the reality from the confabulation of his heavily hypnotized patients. Uh, huh.
One part of illogic I didn't understand: one major thesis of the book is that those dastardly aliens are trying to create hybrids to take over the world (hmmm...this sounds like a Dr. Evil plot. Where is Austin Powers when we need him?). Anyway, he states that there are generations of hybrids developed with the goal of creating a hybrid that looks just like James Dean, or at least other humans. Dave never explains why this would be important to aliens? I know certain earth women are quite attractive, but do entities from Orion know that? How lovely that our bodies are such hot commodities that those fiends from space are putting their dodgy DNA into bodies that look human! Could this be a wee bit of human chauvanism showing thru the hypnosis, and a wee bit of human borrowing from such movie classics as I MARRIED A SPACE MONSTER? (A lot of us could relate to that one!). David is quite entertaining as he reveals the meaningless violence and angst of the alien hybrid REBELS WITHOUT A CAUSE, young male hybrids who are sassy and sexually naughty with nubile young human females. Those alien monsters! Can't they even control their own young horny teen hybrids until the time they descend em mass to take over our shopping malls?
Buy the book for a good juicy absurd read. But please don't take it seriously. If you get scared, remind yourself "Professional wrestling is staged!"
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1.0 von 5 Sternen No answer to an age-old problem, 9. Februar 2000
I first saw this book at my local library last year. Out of curiosity, I took it out in order to peruse the material inside. What I found didn't surprise me. Jacob's makes a great attempt to present to the reader the accounts of alien abductees and does a fine job at presenting the facts about this.
However, the problem is not a recent one. This kind of activity has been going on since man first walked the earth. Jacques Vallee has also written some very good material on the same sort of stuff. Vallee, however, delves deeper into the phenomena and traces these things back to the dawn of man.
What are now called "aliens" were once called "fairies", "gnomes", "elves" and "dwarfs" in some cultures. All of these "entities" did the same exact thing as "aliens" do today. Medieval Europe also had problems with incubi and succubi; entities that would transform themselves into a reasonable facsimile of humans.
Vallee, though, attributes this phenomena to something that is from earth; not from the stars. The Bible also tells of entities (Angels) who rebelled against God and took as many earth women as they wanted during the antediluvian period. In short, all of this phenomena is not because of other people from outer space, but of fallen angels which are a reality. Vallee closes by asking the question, But who are they? Jacobs doesn't go that far in his summation, preferring to rest with the assumption that these things, these "aliens", are bona fide extraterrestrials. Nothing could be further from the truth. It's a simple problem involving the forces of good vs evil. And evil "angels", or "aliens" tell enough lies to make the unsuspecting person believe them.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A frightenimg look at mankind's future. A brave statement., 29. März 1999
I have not spent much time investigating this phenomenon, even though an episode of a vehicular abduction and "missing time" episode is evident in my own life. But somehow I found myself slipping this book into a few other paperbacks that I bought. I read it in one disturbing sitting. And I feel that perhaps Jacob's conclusion is something I've harbored all my life. I read it, but I seemed to know all this already, even the outcome, which may not take place as soon as he thinks but is on the horizon. I've never been caught up in the fervor over Roswell, secret air bases, all the MUFON lights-in-the-sky nonesense. It's too late for all that extraneous, pop culture info, for any of it to make a difference. Most of it seems to be dissinformation and allows us to skirt the subject continually in search of the "smoking gun" of hard evidence. Meanwhile, the real plot unfolds undetected, hidden in plain sight. I've never been a political or religious person and I don't see a solution or aid coming from governments or cultural institutions like the Church. I do feel that the only hope is retaliation on a spiritual or mystical level as a salvation for individuals and, if enough people were to "fight", perhaps for our race. Unfortunately, this sounds like doomsday space cult talk, right out the tabloids, and who could be trusted to organize and lead in this capacity? "God" or whatever the word for that power is, has a place in all of this, and it is here that we'll need to turn. Not to the transcended "God" in the heavens, but the one in our very human hearts. Most "New Agers" feel the need to assimilate the abduction scenario into something spiritually positive. Instead, a spiritual or emotionally human affront of resistance and retaliation is perhaps the only hope we have as individuals ( our souls ?), or toghether as an unadulterated, human race.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Am not convinced it's true, but if it is...., 5. Januar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I recommend this book to interested readers not as any sort of proof of alien abduction, but rather, assuming for the sake of argument that the abduction phenomenon is true, as an educated guess as to why something like it would occur. And I don't think that everyone will be depressed with it's conclusion.
I never have been nor am I now conclusively convinced that there really is an alien invasion/infiltration in progress. But if it is true, it whould explain a great deal.
First it takes a stab at exploring the long time question of "what would aliens want from Earth that they couldn't find anywhere elese". The aswer it seems, would be us ! Regardless of where you stand on UFO's, our DNA could arguably be this planet's most valuable and unique resource.
And if you have ever wondered what would make otherwise reasonable people and democratic governments take draconian measures at keeping incidents like the Roswell crash secret, you may just find it here. It may actually be the only kind of reason for keeping it from the public. Not doing this could at least in the analysis of official circles cause unrest, panic and perhaps collapse of religious and secular institutions that are the foundations of our society. When you add the revelation that Earth's military forces are ineffective against UFO incursions, incapable of seriously disrupting alien activity on the ground and thourougly unprepared for any future invasion, the cover ups or Mr. Jacobs pessimism and surrender is not so far feched. But it does beg the question "how do we fight them" ? When I suspend my skepticism and take it at face value, I am neither pessimistic nor do I thik it would cause mass chaos. On the contrary, I think current international conflics would be made irrelevant with a new sense of human solidarity forged by an imperative echoed in Winston Churchill's stirring words on the eve of the Battle of Britain. We MUST fight......here on Earth and in the high ground of space. We must never surrender.
SK
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Hybrids Gone Wild!, 6. April 1998
Von Ein Kunde
This has got to be one of the most ominous UFO books I've read in a long time, maybe ever in fact. If it was written by anyone else (with the exclusion of Budd Hopkins), I would've shrugged my shoulders, said, "sure, right," and threw some text up on my alien webpage out of context to mock it.
There is a decent amount of new material in it that I haven't seen in any other books on abduction, most notably something called "Independent Hybrid Activity" (IHA). Allegedly the "Nordics" in past accounts are really fourth or fifth generation hybrids who are now able to conduct abductions without assistance.
The really interesting parts in the book were concerned with hybrid dysfunction and house the stories about women being violently and sexually assaulted by late-generation (newer) hybrids. How about forced oral sex and having unlit candles rammed into vaginas while being subjected to staging procedures and/or mindscan? Yup. Or how about gang rape in the presence of a "switched off" husband while the kids are watching helplessly? Sure thing. The sperm/egg extraction stories in other books pale in comparison to the lurid accounts of the abusive hybrids in "The Threat." Some parts seem like reading about what would happen if the vampire Lestat decided to go on a sexual rampage because he knows of his impunity: "You have no will. You're powerless. I can do whatever I want, can make you completely forget about it all, and do it all over again next time..."
But that wasn't the most disturbing part of the book. The chapter "Accepting The Unacceptable" lists the author's conclusions which go *way* past the breeding program and really are on the order of him validating an impending (or imperceptibly ongoing) invasion/assimilation along the lines of what Mulder and Scully would poke around in on the X-Files. Jacobs doesn't even try to play Chicken Little. Instead, he concedes that it's probably too late to play messenger to the scientific community, so why even try.
In order to keep from undermining his credibility, he wisely keeps his opinions confined to the very last chapter. To say that the author is a broken man is an understatement. As he says, "I desperately wish it not to be true." I find it very disheartening seeing a researcher despise his conclusions so much that he wishes that 30 years of work was nothing more than a grandiose trompe l'oeil, "See you in St. Louie, Screwy," as Bugs Bunny would say.
A moving and powerful page turner about the alien apocalypse. So engrossing I read it in one sitting. Definitely not for the weak.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Jacobs is probably right, 4. Februar 1998
Dr Jacobs has written a profoundly disturbing work. Based on over thirty years of careful, academic research and over seven hundred hypnotic inductions with purported abductees, 'The Threat' is a book that must be taken seriously. Given the author's careful methodology, it is impossible for us to dismiss the hundreds of memories he elicited under hypnosis as mere confabulations. His careful discussion of the false memory syndrome points out that: 1. Abductees remember recent experiences, not just childhood events. 2 Abductees often have indirect corroboration of events. 3.Abductees frequently recall events without the aid of a hypnotist. 4.Abductees are often found to be physically missing during the reported abduction. 5. About twenty percent of abductions include two or more people who see each other during the event. 6. Unlike victims of FMS, abductees seldom experience disintegration of their personal lives after they become aware of what has occurred. We must therefore conclude that most elicited memories of abductions correspond to real events. Hence about two percent of the world's population is taking an involuntary part in a vast alien breeding program, designed to produce alien-human hybrids, which is now close to completion. These hybrids, Dr Jacobs argues cogently, are destined to replace us in the very near future. While some of the abductees themselves may be kept, like zoo animals, to provide breeding stock, the rest of humanity would appear to be completely dispensable. This scenario, closer to the TV series 'V' than to 'Independence Day' is one which few Ufologists have been willing to consider seriously, because of its terrifying nature, though my own research also drove me to this conclusion some years ago. Given that we have no defenses against the aliens, this book might well have been entitled 'The End of Humanity'. It is safe to say, unfortunately, that cognitiive dissonance will prevent all but a handful of us from taking Dr Jacobs' thesis seriously. 'Unconscious of their doom, the little victims play'. In spite of the ravages we have inflicted upon the planet and each other, I find this thought every bit as disquieting as this nightmarish book.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A book by which future research can be based, 22. September 1999
Von Ein Kunde
As having read through several decades of UFO research, I have to harbor reservations no matter how convincingly a researcher puts forth his hypothesis. Jacobs has used at least as large a sampling (if not larger) than anyone else in trying to make sense of one of the oddest facets of the UFO phenomenon. Up to this point, we have had many alien abduction accounts that appear on one hand to be comparitively understandable (Betty and Barny Hill) to unfathomable (like Betty Andreasson). Jacobs' wide sampling has allowed him to see many of the subtleties in the various accounts and how they may in fact add up to a coherent (if disturbing) picture. I must admit that, try as I might to resist his hypothesis, it was among the most fully researched I've come across. He also presented himself in a logical and cohesive manner. He anticipated certain arguments and addressed them. My only reservation is that (like others before him) he might have come across areas of the abduction phenomenon that he couldn't make sense of, or didn't fit into his overall picture and thus disregarded them. If so, he might be just the next step in trying to explain this seemingly unexplainable curiosity. However, the fact remains that this is a well researched and well presented piece and will stand as a milestone by which other researchers and investigators can get us close to solving this oddity.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen 5 stars for a spine chilling story, 2. August 1999
Different cultures in the past have had less difficulty dealing with the reality of other intelligent life in the universe, but ours has just lately discovered the possibility and the experience is rather traumatic. We rub our eyes in wonder, we shudder in fear and loathing, and we are fascinated, nay, hypnotised by the insuperable power of beings more advanced than ourselves, so much so that we entirely forget ourselves, which is very easy to do since we know ourselves so slightly to begin with! A bit of advice to the readers of this book: there are more aliens interacting with our global culture than these "greys". A veritable alien invasion has been going on since the end of ww2, the greys capturing the spolight for their "hands on" approach, while other interactions are not recognized as such. One type of alien contact is the antidote to the other, unpleasant type. The type I refer to is a direct effort to instruct us in the nature of our own being and its power. We do not use the power we have, do not even know the power we have because we look for that power where it does not exist, as Jacobs does, as Phillip Corso does. The power that each one of us possesses is unbelievable, more unbelievable than alien abductions! And it confers immunity to those who have the courage and will to believe in themselves.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen unwarranted conclusions based on evidence presented!!!, 20. Januar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
Having read "UFO Controversy in America", "Secret Life" and finally "The Threat" in the space of a few months I can honestly say that the Threat ended up not being a threat at all. Jacobs does a good job presenting his cases about hybrids and such but I still can't see how he can possible conclude that we are all doomed. I talked to Jacobs about this, hoping that maybe he made it all up to sell books, but he does in fact say he believes all that stuff 10 months after its release. I still respect Jacobs and his work but find it hard to see how he can make such grand assumptions. Maybe aliens are going to colonize Earth after we've killed ourselves off by pollution etc. If they wanted to destroy us they could have done it years ago; and if they are integrating into our society, so what! If after a few generations we're all hybrids then whats the problem!? We wouldn't even notice anyway.The process would be so slow that it wouldn't be like we've been assimilated or anything like that. The only way the aliens could possibly be a 'Threat' is if they knew we were going to be destroyed by a comet or some natural disaster and they didn't try and warn us or help us. Is an act of Omission mean a Threat? I don't think so.....thats it for my rantings jan.99
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very well written., 3. März 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I liked the first book, The Threat. This is part two by Jacobs on alien abduction and gets to the heart of the alien agenda. Jacobs has all the credentials and intellectual honesty required by non-believers; it is time to believe. After reading the first part, I do believe he takes too many of these accounts at face value and jumps to conclusions that other scientists would not make. However he is a very intelligent man with an interesting viewpoint. The treat is that aliens want planet earth and know how to take it, by infiltrating humanity with their own hybrids. Some believe, as Jacobs appears too, that a Breading Program has been taking place for decades and the level of alien hybrids is now indistinguishable from your neighbor next door, except he has full allegiance to the alien agenda. Jacobs includes many abduction accounts with new insights about the threat that no one wants to take seriously. For textbooks, I read Unconvential Flying Objects by Dr. Paul Hill and Alien Agenda by Jim Marrs. For the best fiction which includes inside information on the cover-up, the black technology, and government dirty tricks, I highly recommend Brad Steiger's new book, Alien Rapture.
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