New Mysteries From Surgeon Removing “Alien” Implants

Written by on January 29, 2011 in ETs, UFOs & Crop Circles with 1 Comment
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New Mysteries From Surgeon Removing “Alien” Implants

Pioneer Podiatrist Dr. Roger Leir

(Los Angeles)  Podiatric Surgeon Dr. Roger Leir gave a lecture sharing his new discoveries after removing 16 mysterious implants from different patients.  With the help of nuclear physicists and other Ph.D.s, Leir now has a better grasp of how these  “implants” are constructed as well as their composition, purpose and possible origin.  Since the beginning most of his patients have not been aware they had any implants, nor had any evidence of entry wounds, but they may have developed symptoms of pain, or stumbled upon them by accident during an x-ray for an unrelated incident.

Despite the “alien” connotation which brings about endless tongue in cheek remarks, Leir’s research has undergone the scrutiny of Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico Technical Institute, the University of Toronto and York University just to name a few.  Leir stands boldly behind his research and his colleagues Robert Koontz, Ph. D.

Leir does not seek these clients, they come to him and he will not just see anyone that comes in off the street, they must be evaluated and carefully considered first.


Leir began to explain his fifteenth surgery on patient, “John Smith”.  Since these objects are so miniscule Leir first takes an x-ray and a cat scan to get as much information as to the exact location of the object within the body before any surgery is performed.  Unlike doctors in most PPO/HMO  networks, Leir makes house calls but not to examine the patient but to examine the living area, walls, yard, and surroundings.  Roger found strange magnetic anomalies in non-conductive organic material.  For example wooden spoons, and an avocado tree showed signs of magnetism on a Gaussmeter.  Using a black light Leir and his team also found phosphorescent glowing finger marks on the walls.

Once Leir and his team go to task to remove the object they find familiar traits related to previous implant surgeries.  The object is embedded in proprioceptor nerve bundles and there is no immune response to the object unlike when the body rejects and scars around foreign objects.  Radio frequencies have also been detected eminating from the object on 14.749 mhz and 17.686 ghz.  Once the object is removed it is not put in alcohol like a mainstream doctor would do but rather in a vial of the patient’s own blood serum as that is the only way to preserve these objects otherwise they may completely vanish.

The sixteenth surgery did go by his real name Ron Noel from Tennessee.  Ron believes he may have had an abduction experience while camping when he was about 10 years old.  When examined under the UV light the Leir team was shocked to see a rectangular chevron shaped fluorescent “tattoo” on his skin.  Leir’s team examined the implant removed from Ron and believe that it resembles carbon nanotubes.

Carbon nanotubes are the strongest known substance and can be used to manufacture electronics.  The material makeup of these implants tend to be mostly trace elements which are most common in meteoric materials.  These include gallium, germanium, palladium, yttrium, rhodium and rare isotopes.

Before the implant was removed it also emitted radio frequencies.  Once it was removed it could not be cut with any medical instrument or tool.  Only a powerful laser was able to bisect it.  The material surrounding the implant had antibacterial properties as it contained lauric acid which may help the objects prevent an immune response and avoid infection.

Experimental nuclear physicist Robert Koontz believes that based on these materials and those isotopes that whoever is doing the implants could be over 80 million years in advance of our civilization and may be at a distance of somewhere near 300,000 light years away.

During the Q&A Roger mentioned an incident that happened in Brazil in which doctors were operating on a broken leg of an extraterrestrial and it said that it felt sorry for us.  The reason according to this being was because we [humans] are totally detached from our spiritual selves.

 

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  1. tonyrappold75@gmail.com' anthony says:

    Complete and utter hogwash u ppl need to all have ur heads eamined but not for implants for psychosis

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