To illustrate a little how bizarre some of the incidents are regarding the MIB, I have assembled a short list of some of the more interesting factors in some cases:
o An ex-Air Force man is gassed and interrogated by MIB after he has learned classified NASA secrets.
o Closeup photos of UFOs were seized from a teenager who is also directly threatened by MIB.
o MIB sighted in the lobby of the U.S. State Department leave a mysterious artifact.
o MIB pose as Air Force officers to silence witnesses.
o MIB tries to buy before-hours Coke and sings to birds in trees.
o MIB disintegrates a coin in a witness' hand and tells him that his heart will do the same if he talks.
Throughout all this information, I have neglected to mention some aspects of the psychology of the Grays. Dr. Paul Bennewitz, in his original report to the government entitled "Project Beta," goes into some detail, which I will now discuss:
o The alien, either through evolvement or because the humanoid types are "made," will exhibit tendencies for bad logic. They appear to have more frailties and weaknesses than the normal Homo Sapien.
o They are not to be trusted.
o Because of the aliens' apparent logic system, a key decision cannot be made without higher clearance. All are under control of what they call "The Keeper," yet it would appear that even this is not the final authority. Delays as long as 12-15 hours can occur for a decision.
o Because of this apparent control, individual instantaneous decision-making by the alien is limited. If the "plan" goes even slightly out of balance or context, they become confused. Faced with this, possibly, the humanoids would be the first to run.
o Psychologically their morale is near disintegration. There is pronounced dissension in the ranks -- even with the humanoids.
o Because of their own internal vulnerability mind-wise to each other, there is a basic lack of trust between them.
o They appear to be totally death-oriented, and because of this, absolutely death-fear oriented. This is a psychological advantage.
o The prime, and weakest area discovered, probed and tested is exactly what they have used, thinking it their key strength -- that being the manipulation of and control of the mind. Manipulated in reverse- psychology they face a situation where they have a vulnerable, integrated weakness.
o They totally respect force.
Continued in part 15
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