The Alien Abduction of Mr. Wladyslaw
by Dirk Vander Ploeg and Grzegorz Domanski
Mr. Wladyslaw closes his business at 6 p.m. and sets off for home, which is a few miles away in a nearby village. His car is parked nearby but before he can reach it he is standing in a field along side his house. He is dazed, disorientated, confused. Over his head is a huge craft, so large in fact that he cannot make out its outline. He describes it as being larger than the entire village, oval and long with pulsating blue lights surrounding its sides.
|Mr. Wladyslaw is taken from a meadow near his home
A shaft of blue light suddenly engulfs him originating from the craft above. Time seems to stop as if frozen and then jerks ahead continuing?
He is alone, standing in a small oval room bathed in pale blue light. Two beings approach, standing on each side of him. He remembers that they were as tall as he, wearing blue metallic jackets, over which they wore what essentially looked like environmental suits that covered them from head to foot, complete with hood and rectangular visor. The suits were loose fitting and they had broad gloves over their hands.
These beings escorted him down a corridor and he noticed that they did not move their legs like humans. They seemed to glide as if their feet were on wheels. He had no conscious memory of walking. His locomotion as well as his thoughts were being controlled. The corridor was very long, reminding him of a tunnel also filled with blue light.
He arrives at another room. This one is very spacious, almost hall-like and oval. The outer walls are equipped with many instruments and machines. The technicians in this room are dressed in one-piece tunics and are very organized.
|The being is dressed in jacket-like, bluish, metallic outfit with broad gloves and legs and hood with a visor.
Wladyslaw finds himself sitting in a soft, comfortable armchair facing the center of the room. It reminds him of a dentist's chair. His captors are busy performing seemingly important tasks. Some approach and examine him. Their touch, or that of their instruments, makes him believe he is being stabbed.
The chair is equipped with a sliding tray that moves toward and away from him as if programmed. He places his hands on it and voice communicates the message, "Don't be afraid. You'll be alright." He can't see whose speaking but doesn't believe the voice is emanating from the room.
He is ordered to turn his hands with the palms up and then down. When the exam is completed the tray automatically retracts.
The voice he is hearing is very much in control and Wladyslaw believes it is the voice of the alien leader.
Information concerning ecology, global politics and mankind's mission on earth are communicated but not by specific words, but rather through the use of holographic projection. This memory fades and he is once again standing alone in the hall. An indeterminate period of time passes and voila he is back in the field near his home. He again looks overhead but the object is gone.
This scenario has been repeating itself many times with only subtle changes. Occasionally, on awakening in the morning his car will not be parked in his driveway and he will have to take the local bus to work. He never seems to be able to take note of the time when he arrives back home, so can't estimate the time period spent on the craft.
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