aliensandchildren.org::Post Abduction Syndrome
Kids_Aliens_Drawing

Aliens and Children is a nonprofit, public service web site There is nothing for sale on Aliens and Children and there is no advertising. It is strictly nonprofit. Webmaster Michael Menkin has no financial interest or relationship to any materials or products he recommends for stopping alien abductions or any books he recommends for information. The hats which Michael Menkin makes are given to people for free.

   
autism_ribbon

This jigsaw ribbon symbolizes autism, a complex neuro-developmental disorder affecting one in 68 children in the United States, possibly worldwide. The autism epidemic is a consequence of incompetent alien scientists from space trying to make a new race by mixing their genes with our genes and only partially succeeding in the process. The aliens demonstrated their scientific incompetence by making themselves sterile with their own gene manipulations.

   
Michael Menkin

Michael Menkin is a retired technical writer who worked for the Federal Aviation Administration. He was one of the original writers of NASA Tech Briefs and contributed to the Federal Government's Technology Utilization Program for disseminating NASA technology to private industry in the 1970s. Michael Menkin has over 30 years of experience in high-technology marketing and technical writing. He has worked for the Boeing Company, Mettler-Toledo, Metawave Communications Corporation, Fluke Corporation, AT&T, The Robbins Company, Innovation, Inc, Panasonic Avionics, The University of Washington, The University of California San Francisco Medical Center at Mount Zion, The University of California's Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Pacific Avionics, Western Applied Research and Development, and SpaceLabs Healthcare.



History of the site

The thought screen helmet was invented in 1999. A website with instruction for making the helmets, stopabductions.com, was put in the internet in 2000. After receiving over 100 drawings depicting different aspects of alien abductions which were made by children wearing helmets from their mother, this website was put on the internet in 2003. Both of the children were diagnosed autistic in 2000. As of 2016, both children are greatly improved and attend community colleges. In 2010 other autistic children were found drawing aliens from space which led to new conclusions about alien abductions and the cause of the autism enigma, which are presented on this website.