Mystery: Are extraterrestrial experiences the product of induced LSD by black site programs?

Alien abductionsEdit

Extraterrestrial refers to concepts beyond Earth, or ascribed to mysteries that mankind does not understand. It is often interchanged with the expression alien. In alien abduction claims, experiences are described as "subjectively real memories of being taken secretly against one's will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures".[1] Subjects may suffer from posttraumatic stress disorder.

Black-site connectionEdit

  • In leading power nations, such as the USA and Russia, black site programs have been discovered through disclosure, given by abducted citizens who were able to present their cases. Since the early 1950s, test subjects were induced with Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), a hallucinogenic drug that antagonizes psychological phenomena. Unconstitutional scientific experimentations are known to be conducted by government intelligence departments. An example of a prior black site program was Project MKUltra in the USA (See also Unethical human experimentation in the United States).


  1. Appelle, Stuart. "The Abduction Experience: A Critical Evaluation of Theory and Evidence". Journal of UFO Studies, n.s. 6, 1995/96, pp. 29–78


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