Shocking evidence that alien implants are real...as told by the doctor who removed them!
Alien implants. The objects are real. The facts.are indisputable. But where did they come from?
*A defense worker experiences bizarre radiolike noises coming from inside his jaw. Dental X rays reveal a small triangular object of unknown origin....
*A woman witnesses a UFO one night in the San Fernando Valley. Ever since, she has carried a small, unidentifiable object implanted in her leg....
*A young boy witnesses a glowing, hovering object one night in a potato field. Years later, during a routine X ray, doctors find a mysterious metal object buried deep within his flesh....
Gathered here in shocking detail is hard evidence the medical community has long denied: tangible proof that alien implants are real. They cannot be explained by science. They did not come from earth. And each possesses the unmistakable characteristics of alien origin.
In this eye-opening book, Dr. Roger Leir--a true pioneer in this extraordinary field--documents eight amazing stories of unknown objects being removed from persons reporting alien abduction. The results are some of the most astonishing finds of any UFO research to date.
The question remains: Are we the beneficiaries of implantation...or its victims?
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August 06, 2000
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Excerpt from Casebook: Alien Implants by Roger Leir
THE BEGINNING CHAPTER ONE MY intention in writing this book is to provide a clear, concise account of how I applied my medical skills to a phenomenon that has not been looked at seriously by the scientific establishment. By doing this, I think I have come up with some of the most astonishing findings of any UFO research to date. Fifty years after the modern UFO era began, mainstream science and medicine still regard the UFO phenomenon as foolish pseudoscience. If UFOs were taken seriously, there would be multimillion-dollar funding of a well-planned and coordinated global research effort. Instead, ufology gets along as best it can with minimal funding, raised largely by public membership in various UFO organizations and by small grants to individuals from daring philanthropic individuals. The story of my own research efforts is one of coincidence, curiosity, and struggle against many obstacles. This is the story of how a doctor and scientist got interested in the field of UFOs. I was awarded the degree of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine in 1964. After graduation, I trained in surgery, and became podiatric director of residency training at Simi Valley Doctors Hospital and chief of the Diabetic Foot Clinic at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital in Hollywood. During this period I opened a private practice, where I still work today. My interest in ufology dates back to July 1947. I can vividly recall my father walking into our kitchen and announcing to my mother that the United States Army Air Force had just captured a flying saucer. He was referring to the famous UFO crash at the air force base in Roswell, New Mexico. He showed her the newspaper headline and proceeded to explain his views on the subject of UFOs, discussing in depth his belief in extraterrestrial visitors. He also expressed his opinion that the government was keeping the phenomenon secret. I have never forgotten his sincerity and the passion he had for this subject, so years later, when a friend asked me if I would be interested in attending a local MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) lecture, I told him I would, and accompanied him to the next meeting. The presentation was so interesting that I decided to attend future lectures, and I eventually became a member of MUFON. Coincidentally, at this time my close friend and first cousin, Dr. Kenneth Ring, had just finished his book The Omega Project. I was amazed to learn that he had written about the link between UFOs and near death experiences, or NDEs, because I had personally experienced an NDE that challenged my scientific assumptions and opened my mind to concepts such as extraterrestrial visitations. Ken had discovered that both abductees and those who returned to life, after a traumatic experience or during an operation, saw the same beings and had some of the same experiences and aftereffects. Because of my new interest in UFOs, I found this fascinating. My NDE occurred on August 16, 1973. My recollection is vivid, because this incident was so traumatic that it changed my life. On a warm summer evening my close friend Jack, my wife, and I arrived at Van Nuys airport about 5:30 p.m. We were going to fly to Bakersfield for dinner. I am a licensed pilot, and had made arrangements with the fixed base operator to have an aircraft