Aliens: Book Explores Marcella Carby-Samuels and Mind Control

Before we dismiss the idea that aliens can control human minds as ‘too far-fetched’, we should bear in mind that stories involving some kind of ‘demonic possession’ go back for thousands of years.

The Pagan Gnostics believed that malevolent ‘Archons’ could take control of human minds and throughout all belief systems, similar influences are described under a variety of different names including demons, djinns, shedim, asuras and more. The belief in external evil beings that can possess humanity is ubiquitous. Truth, they say, is stranger than fiction, and the case-history we are about to examine postulates that these influences are alien – in the literal sense.

Chilling report of a process leading to possession

In his recently published biographical account, author and academic Raymond Samuels II recounts his personal experience of what he believes can only be described as alien influences within his own family. Certain behaviours are completely alien to any normal, human mind-set, and Samuels has seen members of his family fall under influences that have torn the family apart. Most disturbing of all, he believes that the alien influence revels in inflicting suffering through its control of human hosts.

Man encounters aliens, becomes monster

It all began when Horace Carby-Samuels described encounters with aliens when in a dream-like state which he described as ‘near-death experiences’ to Raymond Samuels, whose interest in alien encounters had led him to do extensive research and journalistic work on the matter. Many individuals who have experienced alien encounters report similar experiences to those reported by Carby-Samuels, and these have invariably had frightening negative consequences.

Fearing for his father’s wellbeing, Raymond Samuels warned that these alien encounters should be resisted at all costs, but Horace Carby-Samuels’ sense of reality appeared to deteriorate rapidly and he began to rave about ‘demons’. At the same time, Samuels began to notice a similar deterioration in the psychological state of his sister, Marcella Carby-Samuels.

When humans become inhuman

Through his previous research, Samuels had observed that victims of alien encounters often begin to indulge in sadistic behaviours, and to his dismay, he became the helpless witness to an ‘ultimate sacrifice’ targeting his mother.

The frail, elderly woman was denied food on a regular basis and was denied access to a doctor who had successfully been treating her medical condition. Samuels tried to intervene, taking on the role of care-giver, but Horace Carby Samuels and Marcella Carby-Samuels [photo attached] conspired in a plot that would see fabricated evidence being used to deny him access to the family home.

As the victim’s condition deteriorated at an alarming rate as a result of abuse and neglect, Samuels attempted to invoke the aid of social services, but within a short time, even social workers were barred from access to his mother.

The ultimate sacrifice: your own mother

Marcella’s involvement in this situation is most shocking of all. She is well aware of the deterioration in her mother’s condition, but seems determined to support Carby-Samels’ abuse of his wife. The once active elderly woman is now unable to speak or walk, and her single written plea for help has been rejected by authorities.

Medical recommendations for therapy that might relieve her mother’s distress to some degree have been summarily rejected with Marcella’s acquiescence, and the only doctor who has access to the ailing woman has a particularly bad reputation. However, Marcella remains steadfast in her support of conditions that inflict unnecessary suffering on her own mother. Samuels believes that the only possible explanation for this behaviour is that she is sacrificing her mother to her new ‘masters’.

Family dispute, or evil influence?

To an outsider, Samuels' situation may seem like a simple family dispute and a sad account of elder abuse, but in his book Unimaginable Evil: The Unauthorized Biographies of Marcella Carby-Samuels and Horace Carby-Samuels (ISBN 978-1-927538-04-3), Samuels investigates the findings of other authorities who have studied alien activities and who have also concluded that sadism and the possession of willing minds characterises their interventions.

The book will be a thought-provoking read for those who believe that aliens affect our daily lives and sceptics alike. The work of respected authorities such as Dr Michael Salla and David Icke, appear to support Samuels’s conclusions, and this first-hand account of alien involvement in a family’s situation makes for gripping though harrowing reading.

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