Every time we talk about aliens, we talk about UFO sightings. When talking about UFO signals, people talk about alien abductions, and when you read about a case where someone claims to have been abducted, you end up learning about alien implants.
But what are the mysterious miniature devices? Fact or fiction? If proven authentic, these implants could be considered clear evidence of an alien presence on Earth.
For years, the general public has been tormented by stories of UFO sightings and even, in some cases, even alien encounters. However, verifying these stories has been disappointingly difficult to achieve.
Most of the time, it just comes down to taking a person’s word for it. In some cases photographs have been taken, but, inevitably, doubts about their authenticity always come to light. Therefore, when it comes to aliens and UFOs, physical evidence has been treated as the Holy Grail of UFO investigation.
The amount of “official” information about the UFO phenomenon that has become available thanks to ufology reports from around the world is impressive.
In recent years, various governments around the world have taken a step towards disclosure as they have started to release a large number of top secret documents about the UFO phenomenon.
If you recall, not long ago, NASA brought together scientists, theologians, philosophers, and historians to examine how to prepare the world for contact with extraterrestrials, whether they be microbial organisms or intelligent beings.
Recently declassified materials have revealed that the Pentagon spent at least $22 million investigating the UFO phenomenon in a secret program that existed for at least three years.
From 2008 to 2011, the Pentagon reportedly spent a budget of around $22 million on a program investigating UFOs. Called the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, the mysterious secret program was supposedly shut down in 2012.
Anyway, back to the alien implants…
Strange body markings and implants removed from people claiming to have been abducted have been present every time someone comes forward saying he was abducted by aliens.
The case of the extracted implants is very fascinating, and if its authenticity is proven, this material could be considered as the long-sought scientific evidence of the existence of aliens and alien abductions.
Dr. Roger Leir is arguably the best person with “experience” in removing alien implants. According to Dr. Leir, he performed 17 surgeries in which he removed small objects of unknown origin.
According to Dr. Leir, one mind-boggling feature is that these supposed pencil-tip-sized inlays were magnetic in nature, with some even emitting radio frequencies.
Other objects examined had meteorite fragments inside them; metals such as gallium, germanium, platinum, ruthenium, rhodium, and iridium.
According to Alex Mosier, who has a Ph.D. in Philosophy, Chemistry and Physics, which examined the pieces together with Leir, found fibers very similar to carbon nanotubes, suggesting that the fragments were designed or manufactured:
“You wouldn’t find these things in nature, they have to be processed, they require complex engineering and they’re not easy to manufacture. ”
As noted by mufon.com, tests were performed on both the extracted alien implants and the individuals several years after surgical removal.
As noted in the mufon article Alien Implant Removals: Before and After Effects
The alleged implants removed from the first series of surgeries were studied by two different pathologists and then sent to various independent laboratories for extensive scientific analysis. The tests performed on these alleged alien implants were: a pathology/tissue evaluation, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), extensive metallurgical testing involving a density immersion test, X-ray energy dispersive spectroscopy, electron microscopy scanning, X-ray diffraction pattern analysis and analysis of electronic/magnetic and fluorescence properties. Isotopic range testing is also underway. Testing was conducted by the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), New Mexico Tech, and other independent sources.
“The findings from these implant surgeries are very unusual,” reported Dr. Leir. “In all of these cases, there was virtually no inflammatory response.”
This is not the usual finding in foreign tissue reactions. Foreign bodies embedded in tissues usually provoke some type of acute or chronic inflammatory response and may include fibrosis and cyst formation. Such was not the case here. Pathology reports from the first two surgeries revealed that the metal objects were encased in a very dense and tough gray membrane consisting of a protein clot, haemoseridine, and pure keratin.
More directly, the proteins in the blood and skin cells that are normally found in the superficial layer of the skin. The biological “cocoons” lining the implants were also found to contain nerve proprioceptors: nerve and pressure cells of the wrong tissue type for that part of the body. These implant cocoons also fluoresce a bright green color in the presence of an ultraviolet light source.
Dr. Leir, who also worked as a consulting physician with the Mutual UFO Network, stated that the people from whom he removed the alien objects had no visible scars or alterations in the integrity of their skin.
There were no signs of inflammation, but the X-rays showed the encrustation, which seemed almost impossible.
The podiatry specialist died on March 14, 2014 (paradoxically, due to a foot injury), so his studies did not go beyond a limited budget that prevented a greater understanding of the findings.
Until now, medicine, and probably other scientific fields, have had a phobia about testing people who claim to have been kidnapped.
Very few scientists and doctors have dared to venture into ufology, especially because of the discredit that this entails. However, if we are going to get to the bottom of the UFO mystery, scientists, doctors, and other experts should start thinking about proactively participating in the UFO discussion, as only then can we fully understand what is going on on Earth.