An Alien-Human Hybrid results from the combination of Alien and Human DNA. For many decades, Science Fiction writers have imagined that an exchange of genetic material between species might occur any number of ways — with or without human consent.
UFO abduction researchers have uncovered — through reliable accounts from thousands of subjects around the globe — that this is in fact a very real phenomenon which has been occurring on Planet Earth … for at least a century or more.
After a few thoughtful SCI-FI examples, let us consider what researchers have brought to Light.
Invasion of the Body Snatchers — (1956 & 1978)
When Philip Kaufman remade the 1956 Sci-Fi classic Invasion of the Body Snatchers in 1978, he toned down the Communist hysteria allegorical aspect of the original film (itself an adaptation of the novel The Body Snatchers by Jack Finney) focusing instead on the interpersonal paranoia, as human beings are increasingly replaced by unemotional parasitic Aliens. Donald Sutherland stars as health inspector Matthew Bennell, who soon finds himself drawn into a web of extraterrestrial intrigue in which autonomous pod people seek to take over the human race and transform them into a mindless, obedient collective. While there is an undercurrent of political commentary and the dangers of conformity, Invasion of the Body Snatchers is best enjoyed as a thriller, where disquieting tension rises to the full blown horror of a world in which no one is who they appear to be.
They Live — (1988)
John Carpenter’s 1988 movie They Live is widely considered to be far more prescient today than it was on its release. The story follows a drifter by the name of Nada (played by former wrestler Roddy Piper) as he looks for work on a construction site and befriends Frank Armitage (Keith David). After discovering a box of sunglasses in a seemingly abandoned church, he puts a pair on and they reveal a black and white world where the billboards contain ominous messages instructing people to “Obey” and “Consume”, while people in positions of power and authority are actually Humanoid Aliens with skull-like faces. He soon hooks up with a group of underground activists and freedom fighters, who inform him that Earth is under the control of an Alien race who intend to deplete it of all its resources while using advanced technology to keep humanity in a subliminal state of ignorance. With its themes of mindless consumerism, environmental degradation and the cold, psychopathic hidden side to the ruling elites, it’s clear why They Live has transformed itself into something of a cultural meme in today’s society, increasingly skeptical of the power-that-be as many people have become.
Intruders — (1992)
Intruders is a four-hour Science Fiction miniseries that was first broadcast in 1992. Broadcast on CBS, the miniseries was directed by Dan Curtis and starred Richard Crenna, Daphne Ashbrook and Mare Winningham. It was partially based on Ufology Budd Hopkins’ book Intruders: The Incredible Visitations at Copley Woods.
In the story, Lesley Hahn lives in California, and is plagued by nightmares about faceless telephone repairmen entering her house and taking her. She contacts psychiatrist Dr. Neil Chase in hope of receiving treatment for her nightmares.
Mary Wilkes is a housewife from Nebraska who has a history of unexplained blackouts and one night ends up on a motorway miles from her home. She is also plagued by nightmares similar to those experienced by Lesley. Mary decides to take a holiday in California with her sister, who knows Dr. Chase, and is persuaded to see the psychiatrist to find out if he can help with her nightmares. Initially, Dr. Chase does not believe Lesley, thinking her nightmares to be related to childhood abuse, but becomes convinced something else is happening when Mary tells him of similar experiences.
Neil is struck by the similarities between the two cases, and realizes that symbols seen on board an Alien ship and drawn by Mary are similar to that of another patient of his, a former soldier who encountered a crashed UFO which was recovered by the government. Making contact with a university professor who does research into Alien abductions, he begins to investigate the wider world of Alien encounters, and runs into an Air Force general who is investigating UFOs in secret. Finally, Mary is abducted again, and learns the true purpose of the Aliens: creating hybrid children.
Extraordinary: The Seeding — (2019)
Abductions. Reproduction experiments. Memories of seeing children off-planet. The idea of humans participating in an Alien hybrid program sounds absurd until you talk to people who have experienced it. Thousands of women and men around the world have had reproductive experiments carried out against their will. The most harrowing? Unexplained pregnancies that terminate without explanation. In many cases, the memories of what happened remain suppressed and fragmented, leaving experiencers confused, depressed and with a profound sense of loss. In others, the memories are visceral and emotionally disturbing.
Thanks to increased public acceptance and regression therapy, more and more people are coming forward with stories of abductions and strange fertilization procedures that occur during their frightening experiences. Are Aliens involved in a complex hybridization project where human females are used as vessels to carry hybrid fetuses and human males have their sperm harvested until they’re ready to be transferred “elsewhere?” And if so, to what end?
“Extraordinary: The Seeding” is a riveting documentary that tells these stories through one-on-one interviews with abductees — brave individuals willing to share intensely personal and emotional stories with the rest of the world. Through analysis with global ufology experts, the film also explores hybridization, why it’s happening and what the impact on humanity is and will be. The information presented is intended to educate, entertain and encourage audiences to ask one simple question: What if this is all true?
UFO Researcher: Dr. David M. Jacobs
Yes, it sounds like Science Fiction. But a preeminent ufologist believes that for over 100 years Alien abductees around the world have had their DNA harvested and manipulated by Aliens.
In his research on UFOs and Alien abductions, he has come to a shocking conclusion: Extraterrestrials have been harvesting — and using — our DNA for over a century. The goal? Making Alien-Human hybrids.
Dr. David M. Jacobs, author of Walking Among Us (2015) was skeptical at first. But after 35 years of interviewing hundreds of potential Alien abductees — who have recalled over 2,000 abduction events, with details strikingly similar — he eventually became convinced of their truth. And he says an Alien invasion is escalating.
“Almost every aspect of this phenomenon is astonishing,” David says. “It’s so amazingly bizarre and yet logical all the way through. It’s hard for anybody to imagine it ever happening. And yet we have millions of people who are saying the same thing.”
Some of his research findings:
What do the Aliens look like?
Almost every abductee reports interacting with small gray Aliens and tall gray Aliens. Both typically have four fingers and are slender, with smooth, hairless skin and huge black oval eyes.
The small grays are usually 3 or 4 feet tall and do a lot of the grunt work, you could call it — like orderlies at a hospital.
The taller grays are 5 or 6 feet tall. They’re more complex and act as sort of bosses. I guess you could say they do the managerial roles on the ship. They’re the ones that come in and do the procedures, like doctors. One common procedure abductees report is called a “staring procedure,” where a tall gray will put their head about an inch away from the abductee’s face and stare directly into their eyes. Abductees report that it feels as though the Alien is rifling around in their brain.
There’s another distinct kind of Alien that people report: the insectoid or mantid. They kind of look like a praying mantis. They are much taller, with even larger, more triangular heads and very thin bodies. They’re not seen very often, but abductees say that they get the sense these guys are the leaders, the ones who are in control.
Are the Aliens violent?
It’s clear that the Aliens put abductees into a kind of a fugue state and order them around. They want abductees to remain sedate and compliant.
But every once in a while an abductee might somehow slip loose from this twilight state and gain some consciousness, running down the hallway, screaming, “Where am I? What’s happening?” Next thing you know, the Aliens run after them and calm them down. There’s no violence that happens onboard a ship. There’s no physical coercion, no threats.
What has changed?
Over the past 20 years or so, people stopped talking about having their sperm or eggs collected, and instead started telling stories of hybrid babies.
Abductees also remember meeting adult hybrids living among us and teaching them the basics of human culture, from placing furniture to cooking.
What sets the hybrids apart?
It’s important to know that while these Human-Alien hybrids look nearly identical to humans, they were not raised on Earth and they have certain abilities that we lack — specifically telepathy. So, though you have a being who is 90% or 99% human (whatever it may be), they will always be different. They know what you’re thinking. They can communicate telepathically with you, abductees and each other. And they can influence your thoughts and actions (like a Jedi mind trick).
How widespread is this phenomenon?
After analyzing the results from thousands of respondents to a nationally representative survey of the American population in 1992, Jacobs and fellow researchers came up with a conservative estimate: 2% — which at the time would mean 5.1 million people were Alien abductees.
And we know from the work of other researchers that it’s not just happening here. Alien abduction is a global phenomenon. Why? They are doing this for a reason. The whole thing — from sperm and egg collection to implanting fetuses and growing hybrids — is all about one goal:
“They’re living here among us, just like everybody else.
It’s assimilation. It’s planetary acquisition.”
— David M. Jacobs, author, Walking Among Us