New research in the field of ufology has come up with the idea of “alien implants.” They are without a doubt one of the oddest subfields that fall under the umbrella of the ufology. Alien implants are small pieces of metal that are secretly placed under the skin or flesh of the abducted person by aliens. The purpose of these implants is not known. It’s a strange topic even for ufologists, but some researchers have gone even further out on the limb.
Ufologist and American podiatrist Roger Leir is one of the most prominent experts on the topic of alien implants. In 1964, he joined the Southern California chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), marking the beginning of a lifelong journey into the field of ufology. In the following years, he attended various UFO conferences, but he wasn’t very famous in the field of ufology. Leir made his name in 1995 when he examined the x-ray of a lady who claimed to have been abducted by aliens and discovered two little metallic foreign items, which he carefully removed.
He was successful in bringing attention to a phenomenon that had previously been ignored. Leir was sure that this was proof of extraterrestrial experimentation on humans. However, when the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology tested the extracted object, they found nothing that was linked to extraterrestrials. Later in life, Leir became somewhat of an expert on the topic of alien abductees and implants, opening a clinic in Thousand Oaks, California, dedicated to removing what he thought to be implants of extraterrestrial origin.
With the aid of a team of specialists, including dentists, radiologists, hypnotherapists, and general surgeons, he would claim to be able to remove any sort of implant, including all extraterrestrial implants, from his patients. As per Leir, some of these implants were metallic in nature, some were crystalline, and some contained elements that are difficult to understand. The implants showed magnetic properties, had strange combinations of elements, and even produced deep space frequency radio waves.
The subject of alien implants has gained popularity, all thanks to Roger Leir. He also went on to publish other books about them, including The Aliens and the Scalpel and Casebook: Alien Implants. One of the most intriguing experiments he conducted involved interviewing five of his patients about the after and before effects of alien implant removal; the results were bizarre and strange, creating an enigma. The test subjects of Roger Leir were one male and four females. All five of them claimed to have been abducted by aliens at some point in their lives and were all found to have alien gadgets implanted in them.
Removal Of Alien Implants By Roger Leir
Derrel Sims, Chief Investigator for the Houston UFO Network, sent the first two patients in this study to Dr. Leir. They were a 47-year-old male named Pat Parrinellio and a 52-year-old woman named Mary Jones. Leir found an alien implant in Pat’s left hand and Mary’s left big toe. The implants were successfully removed by Roger Leir and were then examined by medical experts. It went through a series of tests. Firstly, it was sent to a pathologist and then to various independent labs.
The tests carried out by laboratories included a tissue evaluation, laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), extensive metallurgical testing, X-ray energy depressive spectroscopy, scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction pattern analysis, and electron/magnetic and fluorescence property analysis. The results were concealed by Leir, but he gave some information regarding the nature of the implants. Leir stated that the results were enough to conclude that the implants were the proof of an alien experiment on humans. The alien implants that were removed were needle-like and metallic in nature.
Another set of surgeries were performed on Dorothy O’Hara, a 61-year-old female from Palm Springs, California; Alice Leavy, 40 years old, from Newberry Park, California; and Licia Davidson, 37 years old. They had alien implants either in their legs or in their feet. Here, the implants that were removed were crystalline in nature, and some were “spheroid, white items,” probably of biological origin.
The fact that these implants showed an absence of the typical inflammatory reaction triggered by a foreign object was one of the first things observed about them. The metal implants also had nerve and pressure cells that didn’t belong to that part of the body, as well as a thick, fibrous membrane made of proteinaceous coagulum, hemoseridin, and pure keratin, surrounding them. When put in front of ultraviolet light, the metallic “implant cocoons” flash a bright green color, which shows how unique these structures are.
It seems that the dense fibrous membrane may have been the person’s own surface skin. If this is the case, it appears that the metallic objects are wrapped in a sheath of keratinaceous material (surface skin). Nerve fibers then surround the tissue and appear to be attached to larger nerves. The fact that both persons from the first set of surgeries objected verbally and physically could be an indication of this nervous system connection.
Interview Of The Alien Implant Victims
Roger Leir was certain that the aliens who had implanted the strange objects into the bodies of the victims were now aware that these implants had been removed, which is why he interviewed the patients to see whether they had experienced anything strange or mysterious before or after the surgery. Later, in response to Leir’s questions, the patients’ responses seem to be truly bizarre.
Pat claimed that he was being followed by an orange UFO a week before his operation, and then later observed that his alleged psychic powers had diminished after the implant was removed. Mary revealed that she is now experiencing some sort of discomfort at the place where the implant was removed. However, she had never experienced pain there before, even when the implant was there. Dorothy’s pre- and post-surgery experiences were both creepy and intriguing.
About a week before the surgery I had a dream-like, abduction experience involving many other people in a large locker room type facility, waiting in line for what seemed to be a shot in the backs of our necks. Also, right before an appointment to meet one of Derrel Sims’ associates for an interview (regarding the implant surgery), I and another woman had a strange experience. It was like getting stuck in a time warp. I ended up being very late for the appointment. And then, late one evening after I returned from the surgery, I had an alien encounter, that I couldn’t clearly recall.
There were further peculiarities. Both Alice and Dorothy’s scars from where the implants were operated grew bright red and swelled up for almost a month following the treatment, and both women felt shooting sensations in their legs after the removal of the implants, where they had not felt discomfort previously.
Furthermore, they claimed to have seen eerie precognitive visions following surgery, in which the actual outcomes matched their predictions. Alice also made the astonishing claim that she had had an experience of alien abduction a few days after the surgery, but she didn’t remember it in detail.
I retired to bed early due to a headache. My husband awoke at 1:00 am because the whole bedroom lit up like daylight. He looked at the clock, reached over to touch me and found that I was gone. Paradoxically, my husband quickly went back to sleep. The next day I felt very ill. I don’t recall anything during the night, but I noticed the next day that my dog had nervously clawed several areas in the house, as if he were trying to escape something frightening.
All of the patients showed major mental and physical changes after the implant was removed, but Dorothy may have been the most extreme.
I had a severe diuretic effect and lost much water weight a week following the surgery. Then my health progressively worsened and I developed angina and edema. This heart problem was a recurring complication from a previous illness I had in my late twenties. I also experienced extreme fatigue, and could not concentrate. The illness lasted about a month, after which my energy and health returned with more vigor. My creativity and mental clarity improved remarkably. (I am a writer) I had a startling improvement in my memory where I was able to recall a previous alien abduction experience from 1991. In other words, it was the first time I was able to pierce through a screen memory from an abduction, although it took me three days to process the memory. It was difficult mentally and emotionally. In hindsight, after the implant surgery and recovery from illness, I felt detoxified.
Curiously, despite the fact that all of the patients experienced alien abductions following the treatment, not one of them had any implants put back in; instead, their x-rays were always clear during subsequent medical visits to Leir. This seemed to be suspicious to Leir, as if aliens could abduct them at any point, then why wouldn’t they implant them again with the strange objects? This question remains a mystery.
Although Leir couldn’t be sure of the implants’ intended purpose, he concluded that they had profound psychological, physiological, and psychic consequences for the abductees both before and after they were removed. Roger Leir believes that there is a need for thorough research in the field of alien implants in order to know their purpose and the true intentions of the aliens behind them.
Leir went on to perform many surgeries to remove alien implants and appeared on several podcasts and TV shows where he constantly shed light on the topic of alien implants. He also published countless articles and books on the topic of alien implants until his death in 2014. Even with his hard work in the field of alien implants, Leir was a controversial figure and faced much criticism.
One of the primary points of contention is that he never submitted his findings to a peer review process or presented his “evidence” to a legitimate academic institution or forensic medical laboratory for evaluation. Indeed, he consistently declined to grant permission for academic institutions to do research on these implants whenever they contacted him about doing so. There is no way to tell what he actually found or how strange it is because all of the purported studies and testing he performed on these implants were done by private laboratories.
Many people doubt the existence of “alien implants,” claiming that the items are harmless splinters of glass or metal that get into the body by more common means, such as a tumble or going barefoot. It is hard to deny or even completely believe the relationship of these objects with aliens. Surely Roger Leir took his secrets with him. Nobody knows how these objects ended up on the bodies of the victims, and this remains a mystery to this day.
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