Survive abduction-Kidnapping

 

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Increasing the odds to survive an abduction

The description of "Abduction" can be found under "Why be prepared"

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Regardless of the type of abduction, ...  the aim is to survive the ordeal. To make it past the beginning, ... the end, ...  and the after effects which may follow. To survive successfully with the expectation of continuing  forward in life. To learn from the ordeal and prevent it from happening again if possible. Nothing is beyond recovery when we have the appropriate resources and mindset available. Awareness and prevention is the key to increasing the odds of surviving the various types of abduction known to occur. Making a conscious effort to implement and practice defensive behavior is conducive for surviving these types of events. Some of the measures mentioned here are beneficial for prevention while other tactics are known to be useful during an event.

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⇓ ⇓ ⇓ See the solutions for various abductions listed below. ⇓ ⇓ ⇓

Alien abduction, Bride kidnapping, Child abduction, Express kidnapping, International child kidnapping, General kidnapping, Raptio, Tiger kidnapping. 

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The following information has been provided with the intent to aid survival minded individuals in preparation for the possibility of surviving an abduction event. Due to the diversity between the various aspects of abduction the solutions presented below may be applicable to more than one scenario as well as specifically indicated.

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Alien abduction:       

Changing the perspective:    ⇒  Don't freak out        20141016 Don't Freak Out

An alien abduction is one of those topics that can be considered taboo. Most "civilized" people will not engage in conversation regarding this subject matter due to lack of knowledge or levels of fear. Those who are unfamiliar with the potential of this type of abduction typically have a tougher time getting past the idea that aliens exist. Though this subject matter is highly controversial there are millions who believe the phenomenon is very real and thousands who have experienced it for themselves. This invites additional concerns for awareness and prevention and requires a different perspective on what could be reality. Try not to freak out. The sooner we accept the idea that these events might be occurring the quicker we can move past and do something about it. Most people who are new to this subject matter imagine those little grey aliens with the large black eyes as the culprits of all abductions. They are certainly the icon of alien species here on planet Earth as perpetuated by the movie industry and media but are by no means the only species visiting planet Earth. According to highly creditable sources there have been more than 50 variations of species recorded as having visited planet Earth. Some records of abductions indicate that a number of those species have an interest in human beings. [Things that make ya go hmmm].

Be careful what to wish for:     They can hear us    alien-hitler_250px

Our thoughts are transmitted in such a way that can be received by extraterrestrial entities. On a number of occasions abductees had asked for and wished to be contacted by aliens which resulted in an abduction event. This information is not intended for that purpose. According to abductees it is possible to initiate becoming a candidate or target for an alien abduction or visitation. If the aim is to prevent such an event from happening than it is probably not a good idea to wish for it. UFO enthusiasts have been known to concentrate and even perform prayer like actions in hopes of establishing contact with extraterrestrials. Avoid participating in this type of thought or action if the aim is to avoid drawing unwanted attention. It is counter intuitive to prevention and has resulted in contact. History depicts that during World War two Hitler brought in several gifted individuals referred to as "Mediums" with the aim of initiating contact with Extraterrestrials. They were successful which had a profound effect on the direction the NAZI war machine was going. Communication was established and a new era in technology was born. From that time forward governments and extraterrestrials have communicated as diplomatic events where agreements have been established between parties. Some of those agreements included the topic of harvesting human beings at a rate that would go unnoticed.

Preparing the mind and body to resist:  ⇒  Fight back   Prepare-to-hypnotize-and-re-program-your-mind-effectively-300x300

Most encounters with alien species used telepathy as a form of communication. Some forms of telepathy is powerfully suggestive and can have an influential effect on recipients. Humans are susceptible to manipulation of the mind and body. Successful measures have been used to resist infiltration of the mind preventing alien abduction. Resist their attempts by telling them NO!!! This has been known to work well according to former abductees. Prayers to the almighty God has also stopped an abduction prior to and during an abduction event. Since the human mind works on electrical impulses it is also advantageous to try cranial protection. Yes, ... the foil hat is worth a try. The idea is to disrupt reception and transmissions of thoughts and to interfere with signals designed to render your body inoperative resulting in mental submission. The helmet must encompass most all of the head. When ever possible fight back. Even if it starts in the mind.

Preparing the home:   ⇒   Keep out      134251234_33895_340_answer_2_xlarge

Some common aspects recorded as a result from alien abductions are associated with the vulnerability of the home. Most abductors typically do not want to draw attention to themselves therefore seek out target which are more vulnerable. Homes out in the wilderness or crop lands tend to receive more sightings and visitation than homes in the city. If being abducted is a concern it is best to practice sleeping with the lights on. Be sure that nothing can peer into the home. Since electrical power is often turned off by the abductors it may be advantageous to connect a battery powered light and alarm to a power outlet which will wake sleeping occupants as soon as the power goes out. Audio distractions such as with wind chimes can not only detour the attempt but can also be used as a warning system. Another advantage has been said to occur when certain crystals are present in the home or on the person. Some crystals have very unique properties that may effect the technology of some spices. It has been discussed that various animals and pets have a deterring factor in preventing abductions. Outside dogs have a keen sense of detecting situations that are not normal and tend to make a bit of noise to alert their masters. Security systems with battery backup is never a bad idea. Some abductions were caught on video tape which became a learning experience to prevent future events from happening. Motion detection eyes connected to exterior flood LED lights and fed from a bank of batteries is also a great way to disrupt covert abduction attempts. Protect the home environment with ingenuity.

Preparing the vehicle:  ⇒   Extended measures    Outsider_Mustang

Fear and dismay are typical reactions to seeing what could be an alien craft hovering over the car. It is not something we see everyday. There are vulnerable areas to travel in so do the appropriate homework before traveling, ... especially in areas of long stretches of lonely highways. Sure would hurt to carry that foil hat,... just in case. Be sure to react quickly and begin your prayers to the almighty immediately.  Carry those crystals in the car and learn to drive like a crazy person. Zig and Zag all you want to. Here's one for thought. Carry a set of handcuffs in the glove box and use them to lock the wrists to the steering wheel if forced to stop. Take your dogs everywhere.

Understand genetic influence:   ⇒   All in the family    e-t-elliot-et-hug-the-extra-terrestrial

Some abductee's who claimed to have been abducted by non human entities are very often experiencing repetitive occurrences. This may be due to one's genetic makeup or code. In many cases members of the same family have been abducted as well. It doesn't hurt to know a little more about our family history and backgrounds, ... especially if anyone in our family have bad abducted in the past. This is important when looking for a cause or reason. Some military personnel who have been involved in "UFO crash retrieval" had experiences years afterwards. These experiences included their children and spouses as well. Those experiences varied between UFO's hovering over their homes to abduction and ET visiting for a while. [Sources 1] , [Sources 2] , [Video].

One last thought to consider:   ⇒   Things that make ya go hmmmm     image13_zps64a48e1e

Governments and corporations have agreements with aliens species. Some of these agreements have included but not been limited to the use of humans for various purposes in exchange for advanced technology. Do some homework to validate this claim and realize that we are susceptible to vulnerabilities that are in our control. Knowledge is key.

Additional resources:    [Source 1] , [Source 2] , [Source 3].

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Bride kidnapping:  

A call to action:    ⇒    Making a difference      551095_317894494951889_1939807545_n

Because the act of "Bride kidnapping" seems to be limited to specific cultures it is difficult for westerners to imagine such a thing to be legal or accepted as ritual. Rituals are typically practiced and handed down as something to pass on to the next generation. The best way to prevent becoming a kidnapped bride is to stay away from those countries where these types of rituals are occurring. There are movements to support the abolishment of such rituals. Go here to Facebook for more information. https://www.facebook.com/StopBrideKidnapping.

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Child abduction:      Child-Abduction-1

Preventing child abduction is a collaborative effort which everyone should participate in. It is a culmination of awareness, methods, training and even a few gadgets that aid in preventing abductions from occurring. Equipping our children with a whistle or other noise maker and giving them a little training is highly beneficial. Technical advancements have allowed parents to provide their children with tracking devices which can be placed on their clothing or other personal items such as back packs etc. In many cases parents have elected to have implant tracking chips placed under the skin of their children. Though this has been a controversial issue the end result is far more advantageous when locating missing children. Below are the top five tips for preventing child abduction as seen on the Doctor Phil TV show followed by a few references for additional study.

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Top Five Tips for Preventing Child Abduction

Bob Stuber is one of the America's most recognized safety experts and the creator of Safe Escape, a video series that teaches parents and kids how to practice proactive safety skills. He shares his top five tactics all parents and kids should know to prevent child abduction:

1. Don't Use the Word Stranger
Using the word stranger confuses kids. These days, ... kids think a stranger is somebody they can smell before they can even see. Most people are misled to believe that their children can spot the hideous stranger right away. That is not always the case. A stranger can look like a normal person to most children. It is often a so called stranger that often helps children. Children should not be placed in situations where relying on strangers is required but if it happens we want our children to be street smart and aware If that can not be avoided we can do our best to teach our children to exercise caution and to keep a safe and reasonable distance from anyone who they are unfamiliar with. To be attentive and aware.

2. Be Smart, Not Scared
Give children specific examples of how to react when approached by a potential predator. When you're scared and you respond out of fear, you respond in a predictable manner. Pedophiles know it and they often take advantage of that reaction. That's where they want you. When you're smart and  aware, .... you're not predictable.

3. Learn to Spot Dangerous Actions
It is important to teach children to look at actions, ... not at just the people. Kids have a tougher time with determining if a person is good or bad by their appearance alone. It's tough enough for some of the most attentive adults to notice peculiar situations.  Example; if a car drives past you and the occupant smiles and continues to drive by, ... that is OK.  If that same vehicle is seen again within the next few minutes rounding the block or pulls over just up the street, ... that warrants a higher level of attention. Most adults should be clued in to paying closer attention while youngsters don't see the potential for danger. Its the kind of attentive instinct which triggers that internal warning alarm. Children typically have not yet developed that attentive attribute in their early years which can present a riskier atmosphere for kids who are unaware. If the driver or occupant pulls over and tries to get a child to come to the car, that is a situation with a very high probability for malicious intent. Even if we are picking up our own children we should expect onlookers to make note of what is occurring. Is this a predatory maneuver to lure a victim into the vehicle or does the child appear to know the driver well. In any case , ... onlookers should always pay attention and teach our children attentive skills. If a child is approached by a person in a car, he or she should immediately walk in the direction that is opposite of the way the car is facing. This makes it more difficult to follow the child without drawing unwanted attention to themselves. It has always been an advantage to teach children about descriptions of people and their vehicles. The color of the vehicle, maybe a few letters and numbers from the license plate etc.  Other advantageous are taught in awareness classes to be attentive to predatory individuals on foot. Anyone not working to get somewhere should be viewed as a threat until confidence has been established. Malicious and mischievous people have no business loitering in areas where children are present.

5 Body Language Signs That Reveal If A Person Is Dangerous

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4. Rules Change When a Child is in Danger
Children need to know that it is more than OK to act out or display a defensive behavior when they're in trouble. that when a child is in a store, he or she wouldn't normally make a mess. If somebody tried to grab a child from a store or other place of business that is the time to loudly act out. Knock product off the shelves and kick and scream. "I want my mommy" has always been a long time favorite that works. Dr. Phil adds that it's not only important to tell your children that they can act out, but parents should role play with their children. "They need to know when the rules have changed". Tell your children, ....when you feel threatened, you need to know you're not going to get in trouble. You can talk back to adults, you can defy, you can yell, scream, pee your pants, knock stuff off a shelf, throw a chair through a window — anything you have to do to get attention — if somebody is taking you against your will," Dr. Phil says. "If you're wrong, we'll clean it up." [Source].

5. Get Your Child a Passport
If you get a passport for your child, it's harder for somebody else to get one if they take them. They can do it, but it's much more difficult. If someone else is attempting to get a passport for your child, the process will take some time, and the time will work in your favor. Kids are not afraid to talk about this. What they are afraid of is silence, ... then they make up their own scenarios.  Parents should always speak with their children regarding safety and awareness.

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Additional Tips:

Travel to school with your child every few weeks. Check out the route and observe the individuals who come in contact with your child. Typical abductors are people who see your child every day, and your child may even speak to this person.

Teach your child to ask Mom or Dad before assisting or going with another adult. Children need to know they can tell their parents anything.

GPS is not always a good protector of children. They work when attempting to locate the child but abductors are also familiar with this technology. Additional tactics include an ID bracelet with the child's name, the word "reward" and your phone number on the backside. Tell your child if someone tries to take them, remove the bracelet and throw it on the ground. Someone will find it and contact you. Law enforcement will strengthen their search once they have a clue. Many abductors may choose to seek the ransom once the bracelet has been discovered. Just another option to consider.

Source [ Dr. Phil TV show ] 

Additional resources:  [ Kids health ] , [ NCFMEC ] , [Recovery services].

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Express kidnapping:          advertising-media-kidnapping-small-50091

As described in various dictionary references "Express kidnapping is an act that generally occurs in third world type countries. That does not mean that it cant happen in civilized regions however. The intent is to take someone for ransom. To force payment of some kind in exchange for getting the kidnapped returned to safety.

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The 7 countries you’re most likely to be kidnapped in

Here’s a quick guide as provided by news.com.au regarding what to expect should you find yourself abducted in Mexico.

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MEXICO    1583 kidnappings in 2013, ... although as many as 99 per cent may be unreported. Until such a time when malicious and psychotic behavior is thwarted in Mexico it is simply smarter to avoid areas distant from populated tourist locations. Most law enforcement officers and public servant type are corrupt and are either threatened to look the other way or are compensated very well to ignore abduction related situations and crimes.

1. Where you are being kidnapped from: Anywhere, really, but it’s most common in border cities like Juarez, Tijuana, and Tampico.

2. Who is getting kidnapped: Mexico is a fairly equal-opportunity country when it comes to stealing people, though the more-publicized and brutal incidents mostly involve locals, not tourists.

3. Who’s doing the kidnapping: Unless you’re an international drug mule (or a guy in an RV with Jennifer Aniston pretending to be one) the cartels will likely leave you alone. It’s the random street thugs and rogue cab drivers that you’re worried about.

4. How they are kidnapping you: The majority of American kidnappings in Mexico involve ATM holdups, where tourists are kept for a few days while they withdraw as much money as possible. “Express kidnappings” can be common as well, and involve being held until a family member pays a ransom. So be sure to buy everyone nice presents before you leave.

5. How to avoid it: Stick to the resort areas and beaches in whatever city you’re visiting. If the lure of the donkey show is just TOO much for you, make sure you stay on well-lit streets, and don’t hail “unofficial” taxis to save a few bucks.

[Source 1] , [Source 2].

Additional resources   How to avoid an Express kidnapping

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International child abduction:     Child abduction, conceptual image

It is strongly discouraged to take a child from a parent or guardian and attempt to leave a country.  This can result in the arrest and imprisonment in a foreign country and or be subject to local customs if caught. If you do succeed in leaving the foreign country with your child, you and anyone who assisted you in the act may be extradited to places with less concern for your motives. This sort heroism is bold and not without it's praise when successful but has an increased potential of placing the child at risk of additional dangers.  With that being said it is fully understandable that most all parents and family members will do anything to get  their loved ones back, .... at any cost. Sometimes that means getting a little dirty. Desperate family members have been known to hire a hostage rescue team. [Source 1] , [Source 2] , [Source 3].

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Prevention Tips

1. A detailed custody order and good legal advice can go a long way in protecting your parental rights. Detailed custody orders include special provisions on the custody decree such as specifying details associated with visits, relocation restrictions, supervised visitation and so on.  an effective decree would require the court’s approval to take the child out of the state or country; and asking for the court or a neutral third party to hold passports is also a good idea. Consult your attorney about the drawbacks to joint-custody orders in parental abduction cases, if ordered. Ensure that you clearly specify the child’s residential arrangements at all times.

2. Do not ignore any abduction threat. Notify police and give them copies of any restraining order on your ex-spouse. You may also request restricted locations for visitation rights if you can prove potential harm to your child.

3. Be on the alert for sudden changes in the other parent’s life.  Changes, such as quitting a job, selling a home, or closing a bank account, may be signs that the parent may be planning to leave the country. Extreme changes in appearance can also an indicator.

4. Don’t delay action if you think your child has been taken by the other parent. Make sure that if your child is abducted, the police take a detailed report and that your child is entered into the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) system right away (a warrant is not required).

5. Be aware that if one parent is a citizen of another country, your child may have dual nationality. Contact the embassy of that country and inquire about their passport requirements for minors.

[Source]      Capture

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Kidnapping:         kidnapping

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Abduction and Kidnapping Prevention Tips

1. Teach your children to run away from danger, never towards it. Danger is anyone or anything that invades their personal space. Teach them to yell loudly. Their safety is more important than being polite. Teach your children that if they are ever followed by a car to turn around and run the other direction to you or a trusted adult.

2. Never let children go places alone and always supervise your young children or make sure there is a trusted adult present to supervise them if you can not. Make sure your older children always take a friend when they go somewhere.

3. Know at all time where your children are and who they are withRemind children never to take anything from someone they do not know. Teach them to run away as quickly as they can to you or a trusted adult. Children eventually discern for themselves as to who is OK to accept gifts from later in life.

4. Talk openly to your children about safety and encourage them to tell you or a trusted adult if anyone or anything makes them feel frightened, confused, or uncomfortable. Discuss security issues with your children so that they will understand the need for precautions. Advise your older children about steps they can take to help safeguard themselves and their younger siblings. Know your children's friends and their families. Pay attention to your children and listen to them. They may have very important mumblings to convey. If you do not, ... there is always someone else who will.

5. Practice what you teach by creating "what if" scenarios with your children to make sure they understand the safety message and can use it in a real situation.

6. Consider installing alarm and surveillance systems in your home with a monitoring feature. Make sure your home is secured wi9th deadbolt locks, and ensure that landscaping around it does not provide places for people to hide. Check other access points, such as gates, and make sure they have been secured. Consider installing exterior lighting around your home. Make sure that your home is fully secured before you go to sleep and items, such as ladders, have been stored inside. Prepare a plan to vacate your home in case of any emergency. This should include but is not limited to a fire. Have a plan if an intruder tries or gets into your home.

7. Involve your children when securing the home. If you have installed an alarm system, demonstrate it to your children and show them how to make certain that doors and windows are locked. This will not only help calm their fears but will also help make them part of your "safety plan" at home.

8. Keep a list of family members or close friends who can be contacted in case of an emergency. Designate a family member or close associate who would be able to fill the role of adviser in case of an emergency.

9. Be alert and aware of your surroundings. Know the "escape routes" and plan what you would do in different emergencies. Practice "what if" scenarios, so you will be well prepared. Know the location of local hospitals and best routes to reach them. Know how to reach the nearest local law-enforcement agency.

10. Know your employees and fellow co-workers. Do background screening and reference checks on everyone who works at your home, particularly those individuals who care for your children. Their knowledge of your family is extensive so make sure that you have an equivalent understanding of who they are.

11. Occasionally change or rotate your daily routines and habits. Do not take the same routes or go at the same time on your regular errands. If you take your children to school change that route as well.

12. Take measures to secure all personal information. Consider getting a post office box and a safety deposit box. Have your personal bills sent to your place of work or the post office box. Be discreet about your possessions and family's personal habits and information.

13. Report suspicious persons or activities to law enforcement. If you feel that you or your children have been targeted or are being stalked, report this information to law-enforcement authorities immediately.  DO NOT WAIT.

14. Remember that you are your best resource for better safeguarding your family. Do not become complacent about personal security issues.

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National Center For Missing & Exploited Children     Capture
www.missingkids.com
1-800-843-5678

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Additional Resources: 

Family abduction prevention and response.

Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act.

Kidnapping Prevention for Children, Teens, and Adults.

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Raptio:      Poussin_RapeSabineLouvre

As defined in Wikipedia "Raptio" is a large scale kidnapping of women often depicted in the Bible as being the result of a violent and hostile take over by an opposing force or region. This sort of act is no longer occurring on planet Earth as it often entails gen aside. Best practice of prevention is to remove the risks of becoming a victim which often starts and ends with distancing ourselves from a bad situation or location. Stay clear of unstable regions which are prone to disruption and lawlessness. [Source].

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Tiger kidnapping:        fc22dc_a228bc057ce74171ad9f436e437ccb95.jpg_srz_720_405_85_22_0.50_1.20_0.00_jpg_srz

A person or item held hostage is kept by the captors until their demands are met. The goal of the captors is to have their risky-dirty work performed by another person. The victims of a crime like this are less likely to report to authorities since they just committed a crime themselves.

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Tips for preventing Tiger Kidnap

Three areas to consider in preventing Tiger Kidnapping

1. Physical Security - Use of Drop Safes means that no one person has access to to the cash at any one time. Use time locks on the outer safe. Ensure good CCTV covers cash holding areas, and this is monitored for signs of unusual activity.

2. Adequate Processes and Procedures - Make it impossible for one single person on their own to access cash (dual key doors etc). Strictly enforce access and key controls, and ensure segregation of duties. E.g Store Key holders don't have access to the safe. Severely restrict the number of employees who can access cash areas. Have cash operation confidentiality policies backed by disciplinary action.

3. Situational Awareness - Potentially vulnerable staff and managers are made aware of Tiger Kidnapping, how to spot the likely surveillance which precedes it, and action to take if they see suspicious activity.  [Source]

Additional resources:    http://www.psni.police.uk/advice_tiger_kidnap.pdf

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References:

http://beprepared2survive.com/abduction/  →  Definitions for abductions

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/vida_alien/esp_vida_alien_19a.htm  Alien species

http://drphil.com/articles/article/577    →  Top Five Tips for Preventing Child Abduction

How to avoid an express kidnapping     Things to consider to avoid express kidnapping

International Parental Child Abduction   →  Tips on Preventing a Parental Abduction

http://www.wikihow.com/Survive-an-Abduction-or-Hostage-Situation    Hostage stuff

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