Stop Abductions, submitted by internet insurgent. While you go about your holidays eating cake and ham or freezing in trenches fighting in the War on Christmas, an even deadlier conflict is being fought in the shadows. The alien menace therein does not fight us with lasers or rockets, but instead attacks us where we are most vulnerable with weapons that we cannot see or defend against. This is a telepathic war, my friends. The worst kind of war there is.As luck would have it this old man is on our side. He is fighting the good fight, risking his life to save us all from that which we cannot see, touch, or substantiate in any realistic way. He is saving us from the enemy that does not exist and does not care that it does not exist. Throughout the site is valuable intel, such as this page on weaknesses:
Possible alien weaknesses (grays only)
Reliance on telepathy
When the alien's telepathic powers are neutralized by the "thought screen helmet" they do not attempt to abduct their victims. Without their telepathic power they cannot render their victims passive.
Nutrient absorbing skin of grays
It was reported in The Threat that the grays sit in a vat of nutrients and absorb it through their skin. They do not eat as humans do. The grays nutrient absorbing skin may be a weakness as substances of strong odors or material sprayed on their skin may be absorbed directly into their body.
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