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Human-Alien Hybrids: An Historical Perspective


Human-Alien Hybrids: An Historical Perspective By Karal Ayn Barnett c 1999


For more than 30 years, an extraordinary number of people all over the world have reported an alien abduction experience. Ufologists have had to rely often on subjective, anecdotal evidence reported by the experiencers from either conscious recall or from the highly-controversial hypnotic regression method because science refuses to study the matter. But from the thousands of reports filed, a troubling pattern has emerged that seems to have some validity -- many Ufologists believe that aliens are cross-breeding with humans in some kind of alien-human hybridization program.


The experts in Ufology explain that this cross-breeding seems to be creating a life form that incorporates the genetic material of both alien and human parents. At least, that's what it looks like from the many abductee reports.


Though we can't yet say for sure if this is a physical phenomenon, it most certainly is an emotional one. The thought of humans being used as breeding stock and mobile incubators is bad enough. But the thought of countless offspring birthed through this seemingly heartless method is deeply disturbing.


If it's true that a hybridization program is happening, why would an alien culture want or need to blend their genetic material with humans? The experts offer us several theories. First, it's been suggested that the aliens need our genetic material because they are trying to invigorate their dying races in order to repopulate their planets. The other theory is that they are here to take over our planet because we have destroyed earth's ecosystem. No one yet knows in fullness what the hybridization project is all about. But we have learned a few things from the reports.


We know that the aliens have the advantage as far as technology goes. But humans have at least one advantage over the aliens -- we can love. Some of the alien species involved in the hybridization program seem to have little or no capacity for any emotion, especially love.


The abductees often report that during their abduction experience, they were given a hybrid child to hold and nurture. Some abductees were told outright by the aliens that the hybrid child needed love to help it survive. Though this method of inducing love is not one hundred percent effective, it does seem to work most of the time according to reports. No matter how much fear, disgust or anguish was experienced during the alien abduction, fertilization, and gestation, when a human parent is confronted with a hybridized child, a bond of love for that child is most often awakened in the parent.


Perhaps the aliens involved in the hybridization program have studied humanity through the ages to understand our love for our offspring. Perhaps the aliens observed times in history when love was a solution for the success of a generation of children, even those spawned from violence.


Such a time occurred in ancient Rome about 750 BC, according to the venerated historian of antiquity, Livy, who wrote, THE EARLY HISTORY OF ROME. During the reign of the founding father, Romulus, Livy wrote that there were very few women in the newfound community. That posed a problem. Romulus knew that the future of Rome was dependent upon a generation of children. So he took action to solve the problem.


Romulus turned to the neighboring communities and asked the elders for females to marry Roman men. He knew that families were the foundation of a stable community. But the elders refused to allow their daughters to wed the violent Romans. Though Romulus had calmly explained his problem, it was no use. He had been rejected. And the future of his beloved city hung in the balance. So he made another decision. He decided that what he could not receive by request, he would take by force.


Romulus concocted a subterfuge to distract the neighboring communities with the lavish festival of Consualia. While the people were reveling and cavorting, Romulus' army struck the communities, and literally carried away the young women who would become wives (property) of the Romans.


Livy wrote that after the violence, Romulus met with the young women's parents in the hope of reassuring them. Romulus told the elders that after the women were wed and bore children, they "would be bound to their husbands by the dearest bond of all, their children. He (Romulus) urged them to forget their wrath and give their hearts to those to whom chance had given their bodies."


The new generation of Romans had been created by "necessity," the same argument that the aliens use to explain their need for human DNA.


According to history, Romulus' plea to overcome the bad blood worked. The women who bore Roman children, eventually accepted their plight and nurtured their children with maternal love. In time, the mothers saw that good family relationships were crucial to the children's happiness, and they worked to overcome the hatred of the Romans in their extended families and communities. Subsequently, Rome became the most powerful empire on earth thanks in no short measure to the love of ill-gotten offspring.


This scenario, right out of the pages of history, is strikingly similar to the alien-human hybridization program within Ufology. One dramatic example is the story of photographer Kim Carlson. In her book, BEYOND MY WILDEST DREAMS (Bear and Company, 1995), Kim relates what happened during an abduction episode as an alien captor offered her a hybrid child to hold, a child that had apparently been created from Kim's own body.


She said, "My eyes followed the skinny hand of one of my Grey escorts as he presented the (hybrid) child to me in a sweeping gesture of pride. His action and tone were completely out of character as he boasted, 'Isn't she a beautiful baby?'.I could tell the aliens were waiting in anticipation for the emergence of the natural mother/child bond, even though they couldn't have picked a more unnatural setting."


Kim admitted to having difficulty in allowing the maternal instinct to awaken. She had to overcome her hatred of the aliens, the ugliness of the child, and the fear that the aliens would manipulate her if she allowed herself to love the child. But as she was given a view of an alien nursery full of sickly hybrids, the love within her came alive. She summed up the long experience with her alien abductors like this, "After years of contemplation, I've concluded (that) . the hybrid children need human bonding. They live in a heartless, alien environment where emotion is almost nonexistent. I have carried these babies in my body; they are helpless and lonely and, when we are brought together, I now give them all the love I can."


The love that the aliens seek for their population of hybrids is not just a female attribute. There have been sterling examples of a father's love in some of the abduction reports like Betty Andreasson's husband, Bob Luca. Luca's abduction-hybridization story (THE ANDREASSON LEGACY, 1997) is one of the most poignant in the literature. Not long ago, it would have been a rarity to see a father express so much emotion for his child, hybrid or human. But the ability to express love is now less a trait of gender and more a choice to break down the barriers imposed by society in order to allow real feeling. If nothing else, humanity has grown that much.


Ufologists suggest that the new generation of alien-human hybrids could result in the hybridization of human understanding and alien intelligence, a new generation serving as a bridge to communicate between their world and ours. Perhaps the human-alien hybrids are the New Romans of an inter-dimensional city-state, conceived, sadly, by violence, as was much of human history, but necessary to the survival of a population -- both the aliens and our own.


Yet knowing our world as we do, it seems ludicrous on the face of it that much of humanity could possibly love an ugly, sick race of alien hybrids when we have not yet learned to love or even accept other cultures on our planet. The idea of brotherly love on earth has been calmly suggested for at least two millenia, but has been as rejected as Romulus's proposition was long ago. Perhaps now, on the verge of environmental collapse, we are forced into a situation where we must make a choice to love if we are to survive.


We have a lot to learn about the alien captors. The aliens have a lot to learn about humans. But it seems that some aliens and humans have learned at least one thing -- that love is a powerful force, strong enough to overcome hatred, violence and fear, and strong enough to save a generation of alien-human hybrids in whatever dimension they may exist.



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