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After experiencing several alien abductions—with hard evidence—a local writer questions the real identity of extraterrestrials

Camille James Harman's story begins the same way as many others: She awoke one night in a paralyzed state. Her body was transported onto a spaceship and placed on a table. Alien beings began to examine her. Harman was terrified.

After another abduction Harman immersed herself in the UFO community. She became a public speaker, wrote for UFO magazine, attended conventions and met big names in the field. Her business card included the phrase "Got Aliens?" (For info, visit camillejamesharman.com.)

Last December—17 years after her first abduction—Harman, 46, was completing work on her spiritual autobiography. A series of events influenced her so dramatically that she changed her beliefs about the UFO phenomena. Now Harman believes the aliens are not extraterrestrials, but demonic entities.

"I experienced very traumatic alien-abduction scenarios. ... Everything was (later) recalled under hypnosis, and everything had physical counterparts," she says.

In one situation, Harman recalls, a beam of blue light passed over her bed. "I was paralyzed. Then I was on a table in a white, misty room. There were beings standing to my left. They took a fetus out of me. I remember seeing a ball of flesh being removed and they took it out of the room."

The physical counterpart to this is that Harman had not menstruated for three months prior. She had pregnancy symptoms of nausea, sore breasts and a heightened emotional state. After the abduction, her cycle resumed.

Harman says hard evidence of her abductions included an inch-long incision on her shoulder, which she photographed. There was also a scabbed-over triangular puncture on her calf, also photographed. But the most chilling evidence came after a visit to her dentist.

"I went to the dentist to have all my fillings taken out and to have the white ones put in. All of them were done (without a problem) but one still hurt. I went to the dentist and he said to give it time. If it still hurt, we would drill it out and redo it. When he (later) drilled, he found this dark, spherical hard mass. He said that it hadn't been there before and it was not decay. It was very mysterious. He documented his findings; I have the letter."

So when Harman sat down to write her book recently, she didn't have all the answers she wanted about her experiences. "I started to pray, 'God, give me an answer to this whole mystery. I want to have a useful conclusion.' I was then guided to read a couple of books that I hadn't come across in my research. (Later on), a profound feeling of grace came over me. I felt the divine, protected and guided." Harman considers herself a born-again Catholic.

The books Harman referenced include Final Events and the Secret Government Group on Demonic UFOs and the Afterlife by Nick Redfern and Fallen Angels: Giants, UFO Encounters & the New World Order by C.K. Quarterman. She also referenced alienresistance.org.

"Years ago, I heard aliens are demons but it never really clicked for me until it made logical, historical sense in this context. I saw historical and biblical references to fallen angels breeding with humans. ... They can present themselves in different forms. In the Middle Ages, they were described as other-dimensional beings."

Harman said these beings now present themselves as extraterrestrials. "The theories in the UFO community are that the aliens are breeding with us to strengthen their race. Or that they need to keep our DNA off the planet in case we blow ourselves up. And that the aliens will come and save us, fix our problems. I think this is a big scam.

"I see a danger in the UFO community, elevating the UFO phenomenon to some kind of savior status. We're in great danger of being waltzed into some kind of alien apocalypse where this group of beings present as extraterrestrials here to fix us.

"The beings don't have souls. I think they are trying to get our souls either by genetic manipulation or get them at the time of death when people are transitioning."

Harman doesn't claim that she has all the answers, and she is willing to listen to all sides. She warns people to be wary of anything that's claimed to be a savior or extraterrestrial. Because what if, she asks, "The ET theme is not a secret, and the real secret is worse than that?"

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