The Betty Andreasson Luca Alien Abduction - January 25, 1967

Betty Andreasson taken aboard the mother ship

1967 yılında, Betty Andreasson adlı Massachusetts’li kadının uzaylılar tarafından kaçırılmasıyla duyulmuştur. Andreasson, dünya dışı varlıklar tarafından kaçırıldığını ve uzaygemisinde kendisi üstünde  tıbbi incelemeler yapıldığından bahsetmiştir. Bununla birlikte uzaylıların uzay gemilerine dair bazı teknik bilgileri ve çizimleri kamuoyu ile paylaşmıştır.

Kasyopya Celselerinden  bir bölüm..

[ 16 Kasım 1994 F -  ve Laura

S: (L) Betty Andreasson'u kim kaçırdı?
C: Griler.

S: (L) Kaçıran varlıkların ona verdiği bilgiler perdeleyici bilgi miydi, sahte bilgi miydi, yoksa dezenformasyona yönelik bilgi miydi?
C: Hepsi ve kısmen de doğru bilgiler. ]

S: (L) Haklarında birşeyler okuduğum, kalın dudaklı, kaba nitelikli, gri bedenli ve gri üniformalı olarak tanımlanan ve Güney Amerikalıların "Malos" dedikleri varlıklar ne veya kim?
C: Kertenkele projeksiyonları.

S: (L) Betty Andreasson'un mavi elbiseli olarak gördüğü çamura benzer varlıklar da bunlar mıydı?
C: Evet.

S: (L) Betty Andreasson kaçırılmasında Finiks'i (Phoenix) gördüğünde nereye götürülmüştü?
C: Gerçekliğin başka bir boyutu.

S: (L) Betty Andreasson, deneyimlerinin pozitif olduğuna ve onu tanrıya daha fazla yaklaştırdığına inanmakta haklı mı?
C: Hayır.

S: (L) Kandırıldı mı?
C: Hayır. Bir kurban.


On January 25, 1967, homemaker Betty Andreasson and her family were astounded when the electricity in their home suddenly went out and a bright red light shined in through their kitchen window. When the family looked outside, they saw five creatures "hopping" towards their house; the creatures then came straight through the solid wood door and instantly put the entire Andreasson clan into a trance.


Betty Andreasson under hypnotic regression

The aliens were described by Betty and her father as being short and without usual human characteristics, and one of them was clearly the leader. They communicated only telepathically, and Betty felt calm and unconcerned even while everyone but herself and her father were in a state of suspended animation. Betty was then taken aboard a spacecraft and was given invasive (and sometimes painful) examinations. Roughly four hours later, Betty was returned to her family and the aliens released them all from their trance and hypnotized Betty so that she would forget much about her time on the mother ship.

Eight years later, still plagued by the vague memories of her experience, Betty underwent twelve months of extensive psychiatric evaluations and a slew of psychological and medical tests, including regressive hypnosis and polygraphs (lie-detectors). After all was said and done, it was determined that Betty was sane and believed everything about her very vivid alien abduction experience. Her case is one of the most famous UFO abduction cases to date.

Therefore the earliest printed reference I can find to this species is in the Raymond Fowler's 1978 book The Andreasson Affair about the alleged abduction of Betty Andreasson in January of 1967.


Betty sitting with several aliens outside the crafts as they appear to be serviced

The idea of magnetic energy to initiate flight, has been a focus for the lack of sound and movement of UFOs. According to the, Andreasson Affair books, the possibility of this type of craft may be a reality. Betty Andreasson created a series of technical drawings which show a craft using magnetic energy for flight, mainly from the use of a device called, the Toroid. Here is an explanation of how it works:

The toroid
The largest component of the lower section of the craft is a toroidal casing specifically manufactured so that its cross-section is three-pointed and that all three corners, or edges of the toroid (or arced-toroid), exhibit three different degrees of acuteness - such a structure points to the laws of electrostatics... any volume made up of varying curves and sharp points exhibits a variety of electrical densities at those curves and points when the whole is charged up electrically. This UFO displays such technology in abundance.


Contained inside the toroid is an electrically polarizable fluid that when rotated round the toroid generates a magnetic field that extends far outside the craft - exactly what that fluid is contained inside the toroid is subject to further research, possibly it is a gas in the form of deuterium gas (deuterium can be electrolyzed out of water as a 'heavy hydrogen' gas and separated from the oxygen of water) which can be ionized by passing an electric current through it. It could be that the toroid holds a liquid as simple as water modified in such a way as to be insulating, but carrying metallic suspensoids so as to generate electrical charges. 

UFO described by Andreasson



I recently started going over a few of the classic UFO encounter / alien abduction cases in order to update information. The following account pertains to one of the most documented cases in ufology. Betty Andreasson Luca, a devout Christian, claimed that she had been abducted by aliens and was taken before a being of 'intense light and love' called "the One." Her first abduction occurred during her childhood and culminated with an abduction experience that involved her whole family. The incident occurred on the night of January 25, 1967, in the town of South Ashburnham, Massachusetts. (NOTE: I've included my thoughts on this case at the end of the narrative):

Betty was in her kitchen around 6:30 PM on the night of her abduction. The rest of her family, seven children, her mother and father were in the living room. The lights in the house began to blink, and a red light beamed into the house through the kitchen window. Betty's kids were on edge after the lights blinked and she ran to quiet them.

Startled by the red beam, Betty's father ran to look out of the kitchen window to see where the light was coming from. He was amazed to see five strange creatures heading toward their house in a hopping motion and startled when the creatures simply walk through the wooden door of the kitchen. In a moment, the entire family was put into a type of trance.

Betty's father was attended to by one of the creatures, while another began to have telepathic conversations with Betty. She and her father both thought that one of the creatures was the leader who was about five-feet tall. The other four were approximately a foot shorter. They had very wide eyes, small ears and noses, set in a pear-shaped head. There were only slits where their mouth should have been. They only communicated with their minds.

The five creatures wore a blue coverall with a wide belt. On their sleeves could be seen a logo of a bird. Three fingers were on their hands and their feet were shod with boots. They did not actually walk, but floated as they moved along. Betty later recalled that she was not frightened by their presence, but instead, felt rather calm.

Meanwhile, Betty's mother and children were still in a state of suspended animation. When Betty seemed worried about them, the aliens released her 11-year-old daughter from the trance to assure her that no harm was being done to her family. Soon, Betty was taken by the aliens to a waiting craft, which rested on a hill outside of her home. Betty estimated the craft to be about 20 feet in diameter and saucer-shaped.

Betty recalls that after she was aboard the craft, it took off and joined a mother-ship. There she was subjected to a physical examination and the victim of tests by strange equipment. She was given one test which caused her pain, but resulted in being a religious awakening. She estimates that she was gone for four hours before being brought home by two of the aliens.

Returning home, she ran to see the rest of her family. They were yet in some kind of suspended state. All along, one of the aliens had waited behind with her family. Finally, they were released from the bonds of the trance and the aliens left. Betty had been hypnotized and told not to reveal any details of her experience. Though some of the details of her abduction were temporarily lost to her, some things she was able to recall. She remembered the power outage, the red beam of light coming into the house, and the aliens coming in.

Some eight years after her experience, she answered an ad from researcher Dr. J. Allen Hynek. He was soliciting for anyone who may have had an alien experience. The letter she sent to Hynek was rejected, however, being too bizarre to be believed. Two more years would transpire before her story would be investigated. The group of investigators included an electronics engineer, an aerospace engineer, and telecommunications specialist, a solar physicist, and a UFO investigator.

Betty's case of alien abduction was very strange and contained much more information than the average case. For twelve months, Betty was involved in character analysis, polygraph examinations, psychiatric review, and fourteen sessions of regressive hypnosis.

The results of this analysis were presented in a 528 page review. The review basically stated that Betty and daughter were sane individuals, believing in their experience as presented.



The following are the exact transcripts from her hypnotic regression when Betty was regressed to her childhood during one of her first abduction experiences and her encounter with 'the One.'

We're coming up to this wall of glass and a big, big, big, big, big door. It's made out of glass.
Does it have hinges?

No. It is so big and there is - I can't explain it. It is door after door after door after door. He (the alien leading her) is stopping there and telling me to stop. I'm just stopping there. He says: "Now you shall enter the door to see the One." And he says, "Fear not."
[Then Betty appeared to undergo an out-of-body experience!]

And I'm standing there and I'm coming out of myself! There's two of me! There's two of me there!
Are you looking at yourself?
Uh, huh.
Okay. Do you see the One yet?
The One? No.
Okay, go on.

I'm coming up to the door, and the little person is saying: "Now you shall enter the Great Door and see the glory of the One." And I'm standing face to face with that door.

[Betty now stood before the strange door. Again she described its appearance and her out-of-body experience.]

There's a big door there, and it is big, but it is strange. It is like deeper and deeper and deeper. And it's bright, really bright. And I have to stand before the door. But, before that, I came out of myself. I was just standing over there, and I was standing over here. There were two of me, but that one over there was stiff.
Have you tried to talk to your other self?
That won't work, because I'm over here, and that one is over there.

She looks exactly like you? Is she making motions to show you she is alive, like breathing, moving her arms?
Would you say she looks like a wax museum piece or something?
No, it looks just like me.
All right, go on.
I was told to come forward. I went in the door, and it's very bright. I can't take you any further.
What do you mean, because?
I can't take you past this door.
Okay, I'll tell you what. You go past that door alone then for a few minutes, okay?

[Time and again, the hypnotist tried in different ways to induce Betty to tell him what was behind the door - all in vain.]
Sometime maybe, if you change your mind, would you tell me?
I can't change my mind. It is set.
What would happen to you if you did tell me?
I can't tell you. I'm sorry.
Okay, let's proceed to the first thing you can tell me. Fair enough?
Oh! [Betty's face glows with joy]
What's happening now?
I'm coming out of that door, and it was wonderful!
Did the One say something exciting?
I can't tell you. I'm sorry.
Would you say that the One was God?
Do you really know what God is?
I don't know. I was hoping that you had seen him and could therefore tell me.
I can't tell you about that.
Okay, let's proceed. What's happening now? You just came out of the room, and you feel great.

I come out of the door, and there is a tall white-haired man standing there and he's got on a long nightgown.

[The next session took place on May 15, 1980. Determined to find out what lay behind the Great Door, the hypnotist again brought Betty back in time to where she was standing before it.]
Where are you?
I'm before this huge great big door. It's glass. Layers and layers of glass.
What are you standing on?
Let me ask you now: You're going to see the One now, right?
Why are you going to see the One?
Because it is time for me, they said, for me to go home to see the One.
All right, in other words, does this imply that the One is someone that you have seen before?
I don't remember.
Okay. Do you know why it is time to see the One? Why haven't you asked questions?
They haven't been there very often. Those little people haven't been there very much for me to ask.
Yeah, but they are asking you to do a lot of things, shall we say.
I know. But, I'm in their place. I can't do anything.

Okay. In a moment you're going to see the One, right? We don't want to waste the experience. We want to get the most out of it. So when you see the One, I want you to ask yourself: "What am I getting out of this? Why am I here? And, what will this mean to me later on in my life?" It's like any big experience a person is allowed to have. Okay? I want you to progress to where the door is open and you are seeing the One.

[At that very moment, an indescribable smile came over Betty's face. The only adjective that the investigators could think of to describe it is rapturous. This expression of pure, unrestricted happiness remained on Betty's face as the hypnotist continued to question her.]
You seem happy. Why are you so happy?
It's just - ah, I just, I can't tell you about it.

All right. I know you can't tell me, but I want you to do a few things. I want you to ask yourself why you are being shown that which you are being shown. In other words, you weren't given this trip just for a free ride, so to speak. They want you to see what you are seeing. Does that make sense?

All right. Now that you're there, ask yourself: "What am I getting out of this? Why am I here? What am I supposed to think about after I leave here?"
Oh, it matters not what I get from it.
What do you mean?
It's - words cannot explain it. It's wonderful. It's for everybody. I just can't tell you this.
You can't? Okay, why can't you?

For one thing, it's too overwhelming and it is - it is indescribable. I just can't tell you. Besides it's just impossible for me to tell you.
All right. Are you capable, when looking around you, to tell yourself?
I see it.
Right. That which you can see, you have a grasp of even if you don't understand it.
I understand it. I'm sorry. I'm just sorry. I wish I could share it with you.
Were you told not to share it with me?
It is like even if I was able to speak it, I wouldn't be able to speak it. I can't. I'm sorry.
Were you specifically told not to speak it?
Partly, yeah.
How was it expressed to you?
I can't tell you those things. I'm sorry.

All right. Can we let the beings speak through you? Suppose you just relax, and I'll put my hand on your shoulder and with each number you will go deeper and deeper. When I reach three, you will just relax and allow the beings to speak through you. One, two, three.
[Betty began speaking in a strange tongue.]
Okay, Betty, can you explain to me so that I could understand what you have just said?
[Betty begins crying] Father loves the world so very much.
And so many reject him.
Uh huh, okay. You said a lot of words. Can you explain more of what you said?
They will be felt by those who believe and have faith. They will feel the love radiating from them.
Okay, where are you now?
I'm where there is light.
And what do you see?
I cannot tell you this.

Okay, that's all right. Let me ask you. Do you feel much love, the same love, or any different degree of love now than you have before?
It's a greater love.
Okay. When will I understand all of the words that the being said through you?
When you allow the Spirit to come upon you and you are filled with that love.
Do you understand all the words that you have said?
I understand them, but they will not come forth.

Okay, I'm trying to understand. I'm not trying to ask you to divulge anything, all right? You understand them, but you can't express them?
They're in my heart.
More like a feeling than a concept?
They're in my heart, in my mind, in my body.
Okay, could you explain this to your children?
What children?

[During this hypnotic session, Betty was regressed to a childhood experience when she was single with no children.]

If you have children someday. The words that you spoke, while they had a message of love in them, did they also have a warning?
Yes. Those that do not have love have nothing. Love is the answer.

[Again the hypnotist failed to elicit the information that he sought regarding what Betty had experienced while behind the Great Door. With endless patience, he tried yet again.]
Okay. You've seen the One. Do you feel different about anything now than you did before?
Everything is so wonderful!
Is there anybody that you don't like?
There are some people, shall we say, that aren't as nice as other people, right?

No, everybody is nice. They are just growing, that's all. If one doesn't understand another one, they are just growing, that's all.
Okay, just relax. You've been to see the One and now everything is a little nicer, right?
I understand that everything is one.
What do you mean?
Everything fits together. Everything is one. It's beautiful! No matter what it is!
[Betty's experience with the One ends here.]


January 25, 1967, South Ashburnham,
Massachusetts. Aliens enter Betty
Andreasson's home and take her to
undergo a spiritual experience.
Eventually the entire family became
involved in this strange abduction case

An Interview with Betty (Andreasson) Luca

 - by Brent Raynes - Highly respected and one of the better known UFO “abductees,” the subject of five books by the distinguished Raymond E. Fowler, Betty Ann (Andreasson) Luca answers our questions. Furthermore, I suspect we’ll be hearing much more about Betty in the near future. She mentioned that the situation for her and her husband Bob is still ongoing, and that much of the information she received and collected from the Beings over the years has been given careful study, and that two researchers in particular have recently managed to “decipher part of the work, and uncover some very profound and important revelations.”


Editor: Initially, back in 1967, you and members of your family suffered a very disturbing series of memories revolving around a certain experience that happened at your home in South Ashburnham, Massachusetts. For a good number of years afterwards you tried to interest someone in the UFO community to look into what had occurred, but it wasn’t until a team of investigators headed by Raymond E. Fowler that your situation got serious attention, correct? Can you describe what those early years was like, and the effect that it had on you and your family?

Betty Ann Luca: When my 1967 UFO encounter happened, only a small portion of memory was attained at the time by me, even though other members of my family were present such as my father, mother and seven children. However, three days after the experience, my eleven year old daughter Becky came to me concerning short dreams she was having of the unusual Beings in our house. Many years later my father had recall of the initial visit from the Beings, but had not wanted to get involved and was concerned for my welfare over me telling others about it. He was on Disability and feared the government would hurt him somehow through his Social Security.

This is how my UFO experience actually came to be public. There was a Von Daniken article in the rag- tag paper called The Enquirer. In it he was reporting about ancient crafts. I was moved to write a letter to the newspaper about Von Daniken’s story, and the Enquirer sent my letter back and stamped it in red, UFO! Which surprised me for I knew nothing about UFOs. Then a few years later an article appeared in a local newspaper asking anyone that had a sighting to contact a Dr. Hynek of CUFOS, Center for UFO Studies. I remembered the red stamped ufo on my return letter from the Enquirer and thought to send him everything I had remembered of my odd experience. So I sent the information I remembered of the silence, the blinking orange red lights outside the pantry window, and description of the Beings coming into my kitchen. Dr. Hynek filed my letter away for two years until a Massachusetts volunteer group of researchers wanting to study any humanoid UFO case in their area, contacted CUFOS and requested if there were any such cases. That’s when he sent my letter and address to them. I was contacted by Jules Vailencourt by telephone, and he later visited us to see if we were willing to find out what happened. And that’s how it all began. Jules would drive us to Beverly, to the hypnotist’s office. We were questioned concerning what we remembered, then Dr. Edlestien hypnotized us, and after each session we were questioned some more. Each session was about an hour or more and by the time we returned home we were exhausted and at times had to take a nap from the long day. At times I was left in subliminal hypnosis and through the week began to have very strong flash backs occur. Which scared me! I wanted to quit and expressed it over the phone to Jules. He pleaded with me to please continue. That others had experienced things that I had happen. Because the memories I was remembering seemed like science fiction, I asked if there was any way it could be checked or verified, to see if I was imagining, lying, or going insane from the detailed experience flooding my mind. If so I would need help! This opened the door for lie detector tests to be used on both my daughter and I, and spontaneous psychiatric checks to take place. Which made the investigators happy, for they wanted to do this, but did not know how to approach the issue without adding more stress to the situation of what happened to us.

Later when the Andreasson Affair was published there was a whirlwind of media coverage! It was exceptionally frantic when Raymond Fowler, my new husband Bob, and I had to promote the A.A. book on radio and television, and newspaper/magazine interviews across the country. All the attention was scarey. I was somewhat shy, and didn’t like to be known as the lady who had a weird thing happen to her! In the earlier years after I had sent the letter to Dr. Hynek I felt relieved and everything returned to normal family life. We had a mini farm with Molly our cow, calves, pigs and chickens and large garden to care for, besides seven children and my first husband’s father who’d had a stroke and was living with us. And then after an anniversary party, my now ex-husband had too much to drink, was incarcerated over night and disappeared the next day for many months. That was when the investigation of my case began, and some months later my two sons died in an automobile accident.

Editor: As the hypnotic exploration continued, repressed memories that extended back to childhood events were also recovered. There were certainly many startling revelations. Ray Fowler even began to recognize symptoms of the UFO abduction experience within himself and his own family. How did this evolving situation change things for you?

Betty Ann Luca: Yes, Dr. Edelstien tried to take me back to a childhood experience. And did break through to an area that was dark. It was silent and three gray forms stood motionless in a misty darkness. I became extremely fearful over what I saw. Dr. Edelstein quickly pulled me out of hypnosis, and did not want to pursue the experience any further than what had been recalled, due to such a strong emotional response from me at the time. It would be many years later that hypnotist Fred Max would manage to take me safely back to my childhood encounters with the grey Beings. As Ray Fowler began to recall his and his families own UFO experiences, he wanted to delve deeper into the repressed memories, however his wife was not comfortable with it. For she also had witnessed disturbing and unusual things take place with Ray. Ray tried to comfort her misgivings concerning the possibility of family involvement with the phenomena. Just knowing she was fearful for her families safety, I felt uncomfortable each time I had to call Ray and report another unusual experience happening to us.

Editor: Now, all of these years later, where have the memories and revelations taken you?

Betty Ann Luca: After all the experiences, exposure, and integration of this other dimension of reality, I feel more aware of life, its complexities, and how like a river it flows calmly onward to awaken the human race toward spiritual harmony.

Editor: What do you possibly foresee as the future for humankind with regards to the ongoing UFO contact phenomenon?

Betty Ann Luca: The more we learn of the unknown the greater understanding of who we are emerges. Facing new and unusual experiences enhances our spiritual development. Why, and what for, such contact takes place, may open a door to greater knowledge of the hidden world that surrounds us. Man is resilient and can survive as long as he recognizes there are certain forces that exist, that may or may not be controlled, whether physical or spiritual, good or bad. They rest in God’s hands, whose Will is greater than ours.

Editor: What role do you feel that your Christian faith has played in your rising above the initial trauma of the 1967 “abduction” and the positive spiritual level which you’ve arrived at since?

Betty Ann Luca: My Christian belief is and has been the most important thing in my life, since I was sixteen, when I accepted Jesus Christ as my personal Savior. I believed the Beings I experienced to be angelic. Although the 1967 encounter was strange, and the grey Beings were not as I envisioned an angel to look like. It did not frighten me when they entered my home. For I knew and know I am in the Lord’s care. I was at a positive level back then, and it has been enhanced now for many years. First, through belief in the word of God. Second from all the visitations. And third seeing most all the information the Beings have related to me has been coming to pass.

Editor: Do you think that the UFO phenomenon can be adequately addressed as a physical hard “nuts and bolts” science alone, or do you feel that spirituality must also be included in this quest?

Betty Ann Luca: No, I don’t think the UFO phenomenon can be adequately addressed alone as physical hard “nuts and bolts” science. When God made heaven and earth it was first spiritually made. Heaven and earth was spirit. But it was without a form and was void. There was actually no visible form and it was empty. It was only after the spiritual image was created that a physical form followed which was filled with substance to complete the work. When we see the “nuts and bolts,” we are looking at the forms without realizing it exists because of Spirit. Nothing can exist until it is spirit. The spiritual part of the UFO phenomena is not considered because we look at the material form only. The spirit rests within the finished product. Faith is spiritual. As the scripture says, faith is the substance hoped for, the evidence not seen. Faith is the power of spirit that creates form and substance into existence. Anything that has become was first spirit, thought, word, or idea. Most definitely, in order to understand the UFO phenomenon, spirituality must be present.



The Betty Andreasson Alien Abduction

In the city of South Ashburnham, Massachusetts on the night of January 25, 1967, one of the most celebrated cases of UFO abduction began. Betty Andreasson was working in her kitchen while her seven children, mother, and father were in the living room.

Shortly after 6:30, the lights in the house briefly blinked. Immediately thereafter, a reddish light began to beam through the kitchen window. The sudden darkness in the house set the kids nerves on edge, and Betty ran to comfort them. Her father ran into the kitchen to peer out the window, and find the source of the unusual light.

To his utter shock, he saw five odd-looking beings coming toward the house with a hopping motion!

Before he could regain his composure, he saw the beings walk right through the wooden door! What happened next would test the imagination and strength of even an open-minded, adventurous person. The entire family was suddenly put into a state of suspended animation.

One of the creatures went to Betty's father, while one of the other four began to make telepathic communication with Betty. One of the group seemed to be a leader of sorts.

He was about five-feet tall. The other four appeared to be about a foot shorter. All of the beings had a pear-shaped head, with wide eyes, and small ears and noses. Their mouths were only slits, and never moved, though they were able to communicate through their minds.

The beings wore a type of coverall, blue in color, with a wide belt. There also was a logo of a bird on their sleeves. The hands only had three fingers, and they wore boots. The creatures did not move as a human, but floated as they went. Betty would later relate that, though she was frightened, she felt a sense of calm, even friendship toward the beings.

The aliens were holding Betty's children in a frozen state of consciousness, but when Betty showed concern for them, the aliens released her 11-year-old daughter, to assure her the children were not being harmed.

 Betty was taken by the aliens outside to a waiting craft which rested on the side of a sloping back yard. The craft was estimated to be about 20 feet in diameter, in the classic UFO shape.

Betty believes that after she was aboard the craft, it joined a "mother" craft, where she underwent a physical examination, and also was subjected to the effects of strange equipment.

After this, she was given a type of bizarre test, which caused her pain at first, but resulted in a kind of religious experience. Approximately four hours later, she was returned to her home by two of her captors. When she arrived, her entire family was still in a state of suspended animation.

One of the beings had stayed in her house, evidently to watch the other family members. After releasing the family from the trancelike state, the aliens left.

Betty would later state that the aliens had hypnotized her to not recall any of her experience until a designated time to be determined later. She was able to recall only certain things at the time of her experience; the power outage, the red light through the kitchen window, and the aliens entering the house.

Before this bizarre happening, Betty had little or no knowledge of UFO folklore, and being a devoted Christian, she believed that the abduction had a religious meaning. It would be later until she began to view the abduction as alien in nature.

Eight years later Betty answered an ad from Dr. J. Allen Hynek, who was soliciting abduction experiences from the general public. Her letter was dismissed at the time, because of its unusual details, and it would be January 1977, before her story would be fully investigated.

The investigative team assigned to the Andreasson case included a solar physicist, and electronics engineer, an aerospace engineer, a telecommunications specialist, and a UFO investigator.

The service of a hypnotist, and a medical doctor trained in psychiatry were also used. Betty's case involved twelve months of investigation.

She was given a character-reference check, two lie-detector tests, a psychiatric review, and an excruciating fourteen sessions of regressive hypnosis.

The results of this inquiry were startling. Betty, along with her daughter, relived a detailed account of a UFO experience, agreeing on all basic aspects. The results were published in a 528 page account, which stated that Betty and her daughter were sane individuals, who sincerely believe all of the details given in their statements. The Betty Andreasson abduction case is still being investigated today.

The Alien Abduction of Betty Andreasson Luca

When the majority of society thinks about the alien abduction phenomenon it only makes them turn their backs in confusion and disbelief. However, we must confront this issue, as it is an integral part of the UFO mystery. Although the alien abduction phenomenon itself may seem unlikely, some abductions fall into the truly bizarre category. One such case is the abduction of Betty Andreasson Luca that occurred in the town of South Ashburnham, Massachusetts (USA). This riveting case has become a mainstay of UFO literature.
The red light:
On the evening of January 25, 1967, at about 6:30 pm (18:30 hrs.), Betty Andreasson was in her kitchen while her seven children, mother and father were in the living room. Suddenly the house lights began to blink for a moment and a pulsating reddish-orange beam of light entered the house through the kitchen window. Betty's kids were frightened after the lights blinked and she ran from the kitchen to calm them.
Beings walk through the door:
Her father startled by the red beam of light rushed to look out the kitchen window.  To his utter shock, he saw five strange creatures heading toward their house in a hopping motion. Before he could regain his composure, he was stunned to see the beings enter the house right through the wooden door in the kitchen. Immediately, the entire family was put into a type of trance.

The leader:
One of the creatures went to attend Betty’s father, while another began to have telepathic conversations with Betty. She and her father thought that the creature with whom she had the telepathic conversation was the leader. He was about five-feet (1.5 meters) tall while the other four were approximately a foot (30 centimeters) shorter.
Description of the beings:
All had large pear-shaped heads, very large catlike wraparound eyes, and diminutive ears and noses. Their mouths were immobile slits that reminded Betty of scar lines and only communicated with their minds. Each wore a tight-fitted blue coverall uniform adorned with a Sam Browne-type belt. An insignia of a bird was affixed to their sleeves. Their hands had three digits. (Later, on the craft, they were gloved.) They wore boot-like attire on their feet.
Suspended animation:
They did not actually walk, but floated as they moved along. Betty later would recall that she was not frightened by their presence, but instead, felt calm. Meanwhile, Betty's mother and children were still in a state of suspended animation. When Betty seemed worried about them, the aliens temporarily released her 11-year-old daughter, Becky, from the trance to assure her that no harm was being done to her family.

Betty escorted outside:
Then the aliens took Betty outside to a waiting craft, which rested on a hill in the backyard of her house. Betty estimated the craft to be about twenty feet (6 meters) in diameter and looked like two saucers, one inverted upon the other, with a small superstructure on top. 
The craft took off and apparently merged with the mother-ship where Betty was subjected to a physical examination with the effects of strange equipment. Then she was taken to an alien place where she was subjected to a bizarre test that caused her pain at first, but resulted in an ecstatic religious-like experience.
Gone for four hours:
She estimated that she was gone for four hours before being brought home by two of the aliens. Upon returning home, she ran to see the rest of her family. They were yet in some kind of suspended state. All along, one of the beings had stayed in her house, evidently to watch over the rest of the family members.  Finally, after releasing the family from the trancelike state, the aliens left.
Partial Memory:
Before they left, Betty had been hypnotized and told not to reveal any details of her experience until a designated time to be determined later. However, some of the details of her abduction were temporarily lost to her, some things she was able to recall. She remembered the power outage, the red beam of light coming into the house, and the aliens coming in.

A wide range of investigators gather:
Some eight years later, in 1975, Betty responded to a local newspaper story about UFO researcher Dr. J. Allen Hynek, who was soliciting personal UFO experience information from the public. The letter she sent to Hynek was rejected, however, being too bizarre to be believed. Two more years would transpire before her story would be investigated. The group of investigators included an electronics engineer, an aerospace engineer, and telecommunications specialist, a solar physicist, and a UFO investigator. They employed the services of a professional hypnotist and a medical doctor trained in psychiatry.
During a twelve-month investigation, they conducted an extensive character-reference check, two lie-detector tests, a psychiatric interview, and fourteen lengthy hypnotic regression sessions. Under hypnosis, Betty and her daughter relived a consistent, detailed UFO experience with genuine physiological reactions. Their three-volume, 528-page report led to the conclusion that the witnesses were reliable and sane individuals who sincerely believed the experience had really occurred. And Betty, along with her daughter, agreed in all basic details of the case.

Betty's case of alien abduction is very strange, yet a very good case to study because it shows that no matter how bizarre or weird the majority of society finds the alien abduction phenomenon, there are cases that can be proven factual based on the inexhaustible and meticulous investigation conducted such as in the Betty Andreasson Luca case. This incident can be determined to be true in the court of law based on the multiple witnesses and the ample investigators from different fields that got involved in the case. 



The Betty Andreasson Abduction

Betty's rendition of how the entities appeared through the closed kitchen door; they ''moved in a jerky motion, leaving a vapory image behind'' (drawn April 10, 1977)

Betty Andreasson's drawing of an alien coming through her wall

There are, every once in a while, stories that stand out for some reason. Perhaps they are well told, or have clever twist endings, or provide some sort of sorely needed moral guidance. The story of Betty Andreasson stands out mostly because it is one of the strangest things I have ever heard, and I would not feel that I would be exaggerating were I to call it the pure, undiluted, distilled essence of weirdness.

Betty Andreasson, in 1967, was not the kind of person you’d expect to see in this column. A housewife in New England, she lived a fairly normal and uneventful life, until one day when a surprise visit by unexpected guests thrust her into the limelight of the UFO enthusiast community. As she stood in the pantry, there was a sudden power outage and, just as suddenly, a red light began to shine through the windows of the house. Moments later, several of the standard lightbulb-headed, big-eyed, no-nosed, gray little aliens entered the room by passing straight through the wooden door. They were four feet tall, except for one of them who seemed to be a leader, who was about a foot taller. They all wore military-type blue overalls with some sort of sash or lanyard across the chest, and wore a badge with the figure of a bird on their sleeves. Despite the fact that they wore heavy boots, they did not walk; they floated a little bit off the ground.

The shorter aliens went about the home and put her large family (her 7 children and her parents) into a state of suspended animation. For obvious reasons, Andreasson became afraid that the aliens were hurting her kinfolk, and an alien was nice enough to ‘revive’ one of Andreasson’s daughters, let the daughter say that everything was okay, and then freeze her again.

Andreasson, for some reason, felt a feeling of peace and friendship towards these kidnappers from outer space, and went outside with them to a small flying saucer, which took her to the ‘mother-ship.’ There she was subjected to the regular gamut of tests, experiences with odd equipment, a physical examination, and some sort of minor surgery that went from being extremely painful to a religious experience with great speed.

Here’s where things get a bit strange. At some point, the alien beings communicated to her (telepathically, of course) that they shared her devout love for our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, and that he would be coming back fairly soon. They showed her an image of a Phoenix rising from its own ashes, which was meant to symbolize humanity’s ability to rise from the ashes of its own destruction which, apparently, was due to happen sooner rather than later. The beings then led her to a giant door, wherein lived a being that Andreasson has taken to calling ‘The One.’ He imparted some great, secret knowledge to her that, apparently, she is not allowed to recall under hypnosis.

After her meeting with The One, things got back onto the normal UFO storyline. She was taken back to her family about four hours later, had her memory erased, and neither she nor her family remembered any of it.

Several years later, at what Andreasson would later claim to be what the aliens decided was the appointed time for her to begin preaching her tale of space-salvation, she began to suspect that something odd had happened to her. I find it not unimportant that this ‘appointed time’ was shortly after reading an article in a tabloid magazine about UFOs. She wrote a letter to a group of UFO enthusiasts who filed the letter away until some enterprising researchers, looking for unsolved cases in their neighborhood, found it and began investigating. They brought with them all the tools of their trade, which is to say a hypnotist and a distinct lack of cynicism as to the reliability of witnesses.

Over the course of hypnotizing Betty Andreasson the hypnotist, one Raymond Fowler, became convinced that he too had been abducted by space aliens. He went on to write five books on the subject, all of which are along the general lines of the mainstream UFO story (breeding program, master race, so on and so forth) but with a healthy dose of a sort of Star-Trek-meets-Seventh-Heaven religious message.

There are a couple of things that seem odd to me about this case.
First, although people often equate their ‘alien abduction’ with a religious experience, I don’t think I have ever heard anyone claim that space aliens subscribe to a specific set of human religious beliefs. Well, other than Mormons, though since I don’t know much about their relationship to the planet Kolob, I say this mostly in jest.

Second, the description of the aliens. Why they would wear heavy boots when they float through the air, other than for reasons of sheer style, is beyond me. The bird insignia on their sleeve is also something that, while aliens are occasionally said to be wearing clothing, stands out as odd. Not only do the aliens look a fair deal like humans, but they share similar taste in clothing and, on their home planet, have flora and fauna that apparently closely resemble that of earth’s. Not impossible, mind you, but odd. It should be further noted that the outfit she describes the aliens as wearing was a fairly common motif in sci-fi movies and television shows of the day: for some reason, travelers from beyond the stars like to dress like US Air Force mechanics.

The timing of Andreasson’s revelation that she is a special person, an instrument through which the aliens want to spread their holy message of peace and love in Jesus, strikes me as odd. Between the time of her alleged abduction and the relevation, she not only went through a divorce, but two of her young sons were killed in an automobile accident. This is not something of which I want to make light in any way, shape, or form, but I hope the general public will forgive me for saying that if only after living through severe emotional trauma you realize you were abducted by aliens, I am somewhat suspicious as to the exact nature of the incident.

There's another wierd thing about Andreasson's tale. Over time, her description of the aliens that jumped her have changed. The early pictures, drawn before the movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind came out, showed aliens with eyes that had whites and pupils. The later drawings show aliens with entirely black eyes. The first three pictures above (left to right) were drawn in 1977; the two on the right were drawn in 1980, after the film came out. The aliens went from having regular eyes to the all-black type of eyes that were featured in the film. That doesn't mean she was influenced by popular culture, but it certainly does raise a number of questions.

People claim that this is an extremely important case because later Andreasson’s children acknowledged their own memories of being abducted by flying saucer people. The mainstream UFO story now has it that individuals are not abducted; whole lineages are abducted. This is for reasons of the alien breeding program with which they shall create a master race to supplant humanity as the inhabitants of the earth; they like to follow certain genetic strains, so on and so forth.

My explanation is much simpler and does not involve people from beyond the stars and their exotic sexual deviancies. My father was an engineer. I am an engineer. My sons, if I ever have them and if they know what is good for them, will be engineers. I’m not part of some space-person breeding program; it’s just that, during my formative years, my home was a very scientific-y sort of place. It should be no surprise that in being raised in a household with strong scientific leanings, I became interested in science. The same can be said about UFO enthusiasts. If you’re raised in a home with someone interested in UFOs who later decides they were the victim of outer-space kidnappers, it doesn’t take a brain surgeon to see that you will probably think along the same lines. Naturally, in true Romeo and Juliet style, children don’t always believe their parent’s beliefs, but as a rule of thumb, I find very little merit in the breeding program explanation.

In the end, the UFO enthusiast will say that since there is no proof that Andreasson is lying, confused, or insane, she must be telling the truth, lucid, and completely sane. We differ in that I believe since there is no proof that she’s telling the truth, is not confused, or that she is sane, one way or another her story must be false. No matter which position you take, you must admit that the absolute and total lack of irrefutable physical proof, aside from taking her word for it, certainly raises potent doubts about the accuracy of her claims.

Be seeing you.

First Published in The Triangle, 25 January 2006


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