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    Best of luck to them!

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    On the loss of THE ALIEN JIGSAW and Its Contributions to Abduction Research

    Saturday, November 16, 2013

    A dark and ominous event has just occurred in the abduction research community. News recently reached me that Alien Jigsaw has been harassed by malicious stalkers / hackers to the point of closing down her website. This site is, or shall I more correctly say was, one of the finest websites dealing with the alien abduction phenomenon. This is a major loss to our community, especially following the loss of Budd Hopkins, John Mack, Karla Turner and so many other gifted abduction researchers.

    It has taken me a few days to sufficiently recover from this shock to react to those of us who care about Alien Jigsaw and the mysterious phenomenon that she and so many others have endured. She had great empathy for those like her who have been subject to these experiences. Through her published books and memoirs she meticulously attempted to analyze the significance of this unrecognized reality. And how was she rewarded for these efforts? By a physical and emotional toll on her health by her abductors and by the persistent maliciousness of those she attempted to console.

    I only know AJ through her books and publications, her website Alien Jigsaw, and through a couple of years of intermittent email communications. Nevertheless, through these interactions Ive come to appreciate how truly special she is. The fact that shes been bullied out of serving others who share similar interests outrages me.

    Few of us will ever know the full extent of what AJ has endured in the name of truth regarding the mysterious phenomenon that plagues so many human beings. All that now remains are precious glimpses into this unseen world left to us from her diaries. Alien Jigsaw served as a haven for those who care about what is happening to us in a kind of unseen reality that pervades our daily lives.

    While I cannot fathom the reason(s) for cruelty directed toward AJ and her work, I feel it is imperative that those of us who care continue her quest to determine the true nature of the abduction phenomenon. Whether by chance or intuition, her abductors could not have selected anyone who could better represent humanity at its best. I never met a kinder or more sincere person than AJ. At great personal expense, she dedicated her life to seeking a fuller understanding of what is taking place about us. For AJ, and for so many more like her, let us remain resolved to not be bullied or intimidated by those who oppose us. In her name, let us remain inspired to unashamedly speak the truth about the events we experience.

    A colleague and friend of Alien Jigsaw.

    Richard Bonenfant


    It's Time To Say Good-bye...

    We have tried to continue to make a positive contribution to CE IV research on the Internet; unfortunately, due to continued cyber-stalking and cyber-harassment by certain people within the "UFO Community" we have decided to close The Alien Jigsaw Website permanently.

    After a detailed explanation of what we had endured during this ordeal was published, our stalker, obviously overwhelmed with guilt, walked into their local police station and had a "breakdown" in the lobby. In the end, no action was taken against our stalker, even though they chose their victim's birthday as the day to act out their supposed "breakdown." If that were not bad enough, in an astonishing turn of events, our stalker then claimed they were the one being stalked. It didn't stop there, unfortunately.

    The continued stalking and harassment of us, including persistent postings of copyrighted, as well as personal, private information has led to this decision. Apparently, it was not enough for our stalker to have specific types of information removed from TAJ. It has become clear to us that nothing short of a permanent closing will satisfy our stalker.

    In closing, we would like all CE IV experiencers and other researchers with whom we have worked directly and those of you who have shared written correspondence with us to know how much we have valued your input and the sharing of your experiences and research. Thank you for your many years of support. With the obvious notable exceptions, the work we have done in this field over the past 25 years has been one of the most rewarding experiences of our lives. Most of our research may be gone now, but everything we have learned together can still be built upon, and what we have learned about this phenomenon can never be taken away. While voices may become silent for one reason or another, the truth we have learned can never be denied.



    THE ALIEN JIGSAW WEBSITE ZAPPED!
    Essential UFO Experiencer Resource Taken Down in 'Cyber-Stalker' Case


    By Harold Egeln

    "While voices may become silent for one reason or another, the truth we have learned can never be denied," writes AJ in an article published on her Website...After 25 years of research...which served as an essential voice and resource for many CE-IV experiencers and investigators, The Alien Jigsaw is no more. Off-line for a couple of months, we wondered what happened.
    Then...AJ published her article about her lost research after suffering through wretched months of terrifying cyber-stalking, identity theft and threats, she explained. You can read about it in AJ's own words of this nightmare that has shocked ufologists and experiencers, rallying to stand with AJ as steadfast friends in her own words.

    http://ufos-proofs.blogspot.com/2013...ings_30.html#4

    In AJ's telling of this distressing and disturbing ordeal, one can still see the inextinguishable light of indestructible truth and her courage in providing a quite popular (over 200,000 hits per month!), amazingly articulate and highly informative online forum on UFO abductions and contact. Countless numbers of people were helped, and no adverse force can ever change or destroy that.

    The late Budd Hopkins, who first met AJ as a frightened young UFO experiencer in April 1988, exactly 25 years ago, said, "...embodying as she does a powerful morality, a natural wisdom and a deeply human spirituality, provides an ideal example for her student captors. If the aliens can learn from any of us, what they can learn from AJ is of the highest importance."

    We have learned much from AJ who has served us well, and that selfless, brave service endures and grows. No doubt...what we have discovered from and shared with AJ (she posted our S.P.A.C.E. webzine, for which we are grateful) are not lost but highly valued.

    The sting of the bumble-bee cannot outlast the flight of the butterfly. We will, we hope, see AJ shine anew again. Harold Egeln, Easter Sunday, March 31, 2013.

    Cyberstalking, like conventional stalking, is a crime. The United States Justice Department defines stalking as being comparable in some respects to domestic violence in that it is "a crime of power and control and is conservatively defined as 'a course of conduct directed at a specific person that involves repeated (two or more occasions of) visual or physical proximity, nonconsensual communication, or verbal, written, or implied threats, or a combination thereof, that would cause a reasonable person fear.' "

    According to Hutton and Haantz (2003) "One of the many advantages that cyber stalkers have over the traditional stalker is that these offenders typically have a high level of computer proficiency and aptitude, essential skills that allow the stalker to take crucial steps toward avoiding detection"

    The Justice Department further describes a cyberstalker as someone who "assumes the identity of his or her victim by posting information (fictitious or not) and soliciting responses from the cybercommunity. Cyberstalkers may use information acquired online to further intimidate, harass, and threaten their victim via courier mail, phone calls, and physically appearing at a residence or work place."

    ....We pray this never happens to anyone else in the field of Ufology, but even as we publish this, it continues to be perpetrated on another well known abduction researcher as well as a proponent of Disclosure. No one can know how stressful and how frightening it is to be treated in this manner. For those of you who are perpetrating the crime of cyberstalking no matter where you live in this world you should know how painful and how frightening and how destructive a thing you are doing. You should also know it is illegal. We hope and pray you will stop before you cause further harm, and we pray our stalker has learned a valuable lesson and will move on and do something more positive with their life.
    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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    At this moment the web site seems to be inaccessible in its entirety.
    An opinion should be the result of thought, not a substitute for it.
    - Jef Mallett

    Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.
    - Charles Darwin

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    When victims pull away and make it difficult, stalkers often experience extreme frustration and focus their unwanted attention on another person or group.
    Last edited by CasperParks; 01-13-2014 at 07:01 PM.

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    This is sad--no, tragic. Every loss in this online community is felt in a wider circle than the small numbers of active members/posters on forums might appear. There are many quiet researchers who work in the shadows to try to find answers whose sources disappear with each closing. There are people who suffer alone and in silence, often afraid to speak out, who look to these forums for information, comfort, hope. If you encounter someone "out there" who has lost a home and is losing home and you know of a safe haven for them please guide them there and give them some encouragement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc View Post
    This is sad--no, tragic. Every loss in this online community is felt in a wider circle than the small numbers of active members/posters on forums might appear. There are many quiet researchers who work in the shadows to try to find answers whose sources disappear with each closing. There are people who suffer alone and in silence, often afraid to speak out, who look to these forums for information, comfort, hope. If you encounter someone "out there" who has lost a home and is losing home and you know of a safe haven for them please guide them there and give them some encouragement.
    Very well said, Doc, and very true. I know because I was one of those who suffered in silence.

    The loss of Alien Jigsaw will leave a big, black hole with no more valuable information coming out.

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