Temple Professor Claims Aliens Have Abducted Millions of Humans
No need to look to the stars in our search for extraterrestrial life; aliens might already be here among us on Earth...Or at least that's what retired Professor David M. Jacobs thinks.
According to Jacobs, extraterrestrial beings have been abducting and sexually molesting humans the world over for aeons, all to create a hybrid race of alien-humans who walk the earth unnoticed but will eventually take over the planet.
But Jacobs isn't your typical UFOlogist. Tenured for 36 years as a Professor of American History at Temple University, Jacobs is a 71 year old intellectual-type who, according to Philly.com makes his case with "well-reasoned, articulate explanations and applies scholarly approach to his research which he has shared in four books- printed by well-known and academic publishers."
Jacobs says he is well aware of the stigma that surrounds Ufology."I knew that it was embarrassing to the university," says Jacobs of his stance on UFOs. "I was not rewarded for my views [...] But you do not often find yourself in the middle of a phenomenon that allows you to make a contribution to something that could be of unsurpassing importance in human history," Jacob adds.
"What I'm doing will either be an interesting but nonessential footnote to popular culture or the most important thing that's ever happened to humankind. I see it as the latter," explains Jacob.
Jacobs claims his evidence is solid, collected primarily from the 150 abductees that he has interviewed over the years. He claims that these abductees independently report similar experiences, recalling common details of intense eye-contact, and neurological scanning. Based on researching this small sample, Jacobs has drawn the conclusion that the number of abductees across the world numbers in the millions.
Jacobs details some of his other conclusions to Philly.com's Dana Difilippo, stating, among other things, that the families of some abductees reported seeing their loved ones simply disappearing into thin air. Other findings included the discovery of mysterious scar tissue on the bodies of abductees and groups of people recalling the same mass-abduction events despite never having seen each other before.
Jacobs, who claims to never have actually witnessed a UFO or Alien abduction himself, began his journey into Ufology as a college student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the 1970s. After running into some interesting literature about Aliens and UFOs, he decided to change his dissertation from the portrayal of women in pre-1915 films to the UFO controversy in America.
But what began with what he used to think was "the most amazing, wowee, gee-whiz thing," quickly escalated into the realm of reality for him. "[T]he more I learn about it, the more I fear it, the more I don't want to have anything to do with it," Jacob now reflects.
"This is a clandestine phenomenon," Jacobs said. "There is one thing that I can say for sure: They don't want us to know what they're doing - because what they're doing benefits them and not us."