MIT Alien Abduction Case Study's 13-17 July 1992





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MIT Grey Alien Summary Report. John E. Mack M.D. concluded the MIT abduction conference, with a speech titled "We can't get there from Here." The following is a short excerpt that defines Separatism well:

"Now, what is the world view? We in the west have perhaps extended this view to other places that once had other world views and are still tiring to hang on to them. It rest on two fundamental building blocks. First is dualism which basically says we divide ourselves from everything else. We are here: you are there. Dualism stresses our separateness from everything else. Second is materialism which presumes that all that really exists of the physical world is know to empirical science. All the rest, that which we know through music, poetry and no-ordinary states of consciousness, belongs to the spirit world which we give less ontological weight (John E. Mack Pg 565).

Pritchard, David E. "Alien Discussions." Cambridge: North Cambridge Press. Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference MIT, Cambridge. 13 -17 July 1992. Editors Andrea Pritchard, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey, Claudia Yapp Cambridge: Cambridge Press 1994.

O'Dell, Gregory N. "MIT Alien Abduction Case Study's." Anatomy of The Human Grey Body Grey Anatomy. EBook ed. San Antonio: LinearismOrg, 2007. 24-29. Google UTube. Gregory O'Dell, 15 Jan. 2011. Web. 20 Nov. 2012.


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