Alien implants: definitive proof of abductions?
Strange things often happen during abductions, according to the stories of those affected. But there is nothing more enigmatic than the alien implants found in these people.
The general public tends to question abduction testimonies , but what happens when there is physical evidence? Alien implants could be unequivocal evidence that aliens abduct humans.
The Mystery of the Alien Implants
Proving whether an abduction is real or not is complicated. Most of the time, it boils down to believing the testimony of the affected person , but doubts always stand out. So when it comes to aliens or UFOs , physical evidence is key.
This is why, recently, it became known that the Pentagon spent around 22 million dollars on investigating UFO cases. In less than 3 years.
But tied to the primacy of investigating unidentified flying objects, it is possible that there are more blunt tests .
Many testimonies that assured they had contact with aliens , presented extraneous marks on their body, including implants that experts managed to extract.
The case of the extraterrestrial implants is surprising, since it is a test of the authenticity of the report. This material can be considered the scientific test that has been sought for many years about extraterrestrials and abductions.
The Surgeon Doctor, Roger Leir , is arguably the most experienced person in removing alien implants. As he explains, he performed 17 surgeries in which he extracted small unknown objects.
A surprising feature of these tiny scales is their magnetic nature and some emitting radio frequency .
Other objects contained meteorite fragments inside; metals such as gallium, germanium, platinum, ruthenium, rhodium and iridium.
Alex Mosier, who has a Ph. D in philosophy, chemistry and physics, revised the pieces with Leir. He found fibers very similar to carbon nanotubes , suggesting that the fragments were manufactured. Furthermore, he suggests that complex engineering is required as they are not easy to manufacture.
Tests were performed, both on the extracted alien implants and on individuals, several years later. This was stated in an article published on the Mufon portal.
The objects removed in the first series of surgeries were studied by 2 different pathologists and then sent to several independent laboratories for detailed scientific analysis .
Tests included pathology/tissue assessment, laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy, metallurgical testing including density immersion testing, X-ray energy dispersive spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction pattern, and electronic/tissue property analysis. magnetic and fluorescence. Isotopic range tests were also performed.
All of these tests were done by the National Institute for Science Discovery , New Mexico Tech , and other independent labs.
Another surprising aspect is that, in general, the incorporation of foreign bodies into tissues generates an acute or chronic inflammatory response and may include fibrosis and cyst formation. But this was not the case.
Pathology reports from the first 2 surgeries revealed that the metal objects were encased in a very dense and tough gray membrane made of a protein clot, pure keratin hemoseridin.
Basically, blood proteins and skin cells that are on the surface layer of the skin.
These biological pods also had nerve proprioceptors; nerve cells and pressure from the wrong type of tissue to that part of the body. These also showed a bright green color in the presence of ultraviolet light.
Leir claimed that the people he removed the alien implants from had no scars or skin changes . There were no signs of inflammation, but x-rays showed the object. Something that seemed impossible.
Leir passed away on March 14, 2014, leaving his studies unfinished. Furthermore, medicine and other scientific fields have been reluctant to test people who claim to have been abducted, adding to the mystery.