I think you're missing the point Kir. A) I'm not putting anyone down, and B) I'm looking for a practical use of these encounters. Just because you're upset, that's no reason to refer to me as "not being supportive." If supportive means that one should just listen and not have a say, or not challenge one's viewpoint/perspective, then that's just not productive at all in the least. What you're doing is using reverse psychology here; you make it seem as I'm attacking alien abductees, and then use it to attack me. Of course, I don't need convincing, and I've done extensive research, though I'm not sure that you have. I mean, if I say that it's possible that you could have hallucinated your whole "abduction," don't get angry with me just because you don't like thinking that you might be wrong (ie. like typical Christians getting defensive because the idea of God appeals to their emotional state..). I look at all angles, not just one.
The real question here though, whether or not your experiences were real, is what you're going to do with them. How are you going to make practical use of them?