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Are alleged alien implants really extraterrestrial in nature?

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Published: 26 January 2021 (GMT+10)

Jonathan M. asked a questions about alleged alien implants being scientifically studied.

Dr-Roger-Leir
Dr Roger Leir.

Hello, I’ve read Gary Bates's book on Aliens, but I have a question: what do you make of the many metal implants found in so-called abductee’s, removed by Dr. Roger Leir ?

I’d like to see another lab verify all this, but it seems that some implants were made [of] 36 elements, normal alloys having 5 different types of metals, Composition of Meteoric Iron 9, rare Earth Metals such U-236, a single isotope of Uranium existing by itself, as well as elements such as Iridium which is very rare and hard to find in the earth’s crust, emission of radio waves, and finally the existence of Carbon Nano TubesThey’ve been filmed, and studied by nanophysicist Chris Cooper and chemist Dr. Alex Mosier, the laboratory results from SEAL Laboratories (now EAG) seem legitimate. Also investigated by Steve Colbern, a material scientist who works with nanotechnology, in his documentary ‘Patient seventeen” Of course they could be military. As a Christian I am skeptical, but this has caused me some distress.

Any thoughts?

Thanks so much for your time.

Gary Bates responds.

Are alleged alien implants extraterrestrial in origin?

Thanks for your email. Before I start, just a reminder that our site requests that you do a search before submitting a comment. A simple search of ‘alien implants’ would have revealed the following article: Alien & skeptics. Although brief, it really does have all I need to say on the subject. I know the work of Roger Leir (March 20, 1935–March 14, 2014) quite well and have studied his claims. But if you have read my book (Alien Intrusion: UFOs and the evolution connection) as you claim, you should understand by now the nature of many spectacular claims that people make with regard to the ET subject matter. In my book, do you recall how cerealogists; who claim to be people with scientific credentials that study crop circles, claimed that a collection of crop circles were of ‘genuine’ extraterrestrial origin when, in fact, they were made by two old guys with ropes and planks just a couple of days before? And the construction of these crop circles was all captured on film. It was a good demonstration of how people see what they want to see in their desire for something to be true.

It's a normal human tendency for us to believe these amazing claims because we wonder why people would make such spectacular claims if they are not true. So, are these people bad or just mad when they make such claims? It's not always that simple, because people are more complex than that.

Are people being dishonest? Yes, in some cases. Again in my book I detailed at great length the MJ-12 document deception at Roswell, or ‘contactee’ Billy Meier who was caught fabricating evidence and was outed on three separate occasions. But despite this, millions still believe a UFO crashed at Roswell, and Billy Meier’s cult still has thousands following him. Why? Well, like the hoaxers themselves, they probably really do believe in ET visitations, so the fabrication of alleged evidence is seemingly ok for them because the end will justify the means. That is, if it ultimately leads people to the truth about UFO visitations, then it is ok to deceive people. This is not unique to the UFO field. Deception has been known by evolutionist scientists and even alleged Christians claiming to have found Noah’s Ark, for example. In some cases, there is no underlying belief system at work that wants to lead others to the ‘truth’, but just outright fabrications from those seeking their ‘five minutes of fame’, for many varying reasons.

Real research?

alien-implant
An example of an alleged alien implant removed from a patient.

But what about alleged scientific studies like the one you cite? Do I think that demonic deception can implant exotic materials into people? Absolutely, as it all forms part of the deception, just in the same way that we see unidentifiable objects in the sky, or how they are seen on radar, or by military personnel, and even leave traces on the ground. Do you recall the section on scoop marks left on experiencers after their alleged abduction experiences? They serve no purpose except to leave a mark to show people have been interfered with (although not by aliens).

With regard to implants, it has always been claimed that these were put into people so that their ET benefactors could trace and track them. But even Leir’s removal of alleged implants has just shown these to be natural objects such as ceramic-type materials or metals, even if rare. So what? Just because a naturally forming substance or metal is found in someone, it does not mean that ‘aliens put it there’. There has been no definitive technology found at all that would allow victims to be tracked. Even a Wikipedia entry about Lier notes:

“At a MUFON conference in 1995, Leir examined X-rays from a woman who believed she was an abductee. He later extracted two small metallic foreign objects from her, and also from a second patient. The objects were analyzed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, which determined that they were ‘composed of commonly found elements’, such as iron or aluminum. In describing some of these elements, the lab report made reference to the composition of meteors. Leir interpreted this to mean that the objects removed from his patients were ‘of extraterrestrial origin’. He came to believe the objects were devices implanted by aliens and ‘scientific proof of non-terrestrial experimentation on man.’”1

Now, when someone claims they have found carbon nanotubes etc. it creates the impression of some sort of technology. But if you follow the reference below about ‘Naturally produced carbon nanotubes’,2 you will see that carbon nanotubes can also form naturally and are found in fluids or even rocks in the earth’s crust. But I suggest to you, this is simply where another interpretation of the alleged evidence occurs, and even a ‘spinning’ or twisting of what can be found. Perhaps they did find carbon nanotubes, but have just interpreted as an alien produced technology. And then before long this is cited as real evidence that objects are being implanted by aliens, and picked up by the media because sensationalism sells.

Interpretations of facts are claimed as evidence

As a visitor to our site, you should already understand that millions of scientists also interpret evidence to support their evolutionary beliefs, and creation scientists can also interpret the same evidence to support their biblical beliefs. The alleged ‘facts’ do not speak for themselves. They are always interpreted within one’s belief systems. See this excellent article called Faith and Facts. And alleged UFO experts do exactly the same thing to support their own religious ideas that highly evolved, advanced aliens have been visiting the earth for millennia. UFOlogy has been called The world’s fastest-growing ‘scientific’ religion?

Here’s another example known as the Atacama alien. UFOogist Steven Greer claimed to have conducted DNA tests which ‘proved’ that a little mummified body found in a Chilean desert was extraterrestrial in nature. Also note that Greer is a medical doctor like Leir, which gives the air of credibility. I.e. doctors only deal with facts… right?

Please take the time to read this article about Greer’s Sirius documentary. When I originally viewed the movie, the DNA researcher was interviewed giving the impression that he was canvassing the idea that the DNA was non-human. But he never outright made that claim in the footage. After years of dealing with this subject matter, I could see through the selective editing, and I made a bold claim of pronouncing that the alleged DNA evidence was being spun by Greer to support his beliefs. Then a couple of years later conclusive DNA research revealed that the supposed alien was a deformed human foetus with numerous genetic maladies.

You said in your email to me that “As a Christian I am skeptical, but this has caused me some distress.” This sounds like you are still being swayed too and fro by claims by agenda-redden, non-Christian sources. I remind you of the passage in Ephesians 4:14 which says that we are:

“no longer be children, tossed to and fro by the waves and carried about by every wind of doctrine, by human cunning, by craftiness in deceitful schemes.”

I confess that I am surprised to hear such a thing if you have read my book. It conclusively showed that deception is at work either by human means or by spiritual means. Just think of the lengths gone to and perpetrated by spiritual forces masquerading as aliens A fact now even recognized by most secular UFO researchers. I am also surprised that, as a Christian, you are reading the ET promoting sites and work of people like Dr Leir. Surely one can realize that everything they do is to support the idea that humans are being abducted by aliens. My advice is to simply stay away from it if it causes you doubts.

You can see the addition at the top of the Sirius documentary article. And I wrote:

“The lesson here in our digital age is to be skeptical of spectacular, soundbite claims. Sensationalist type news sells advertising space, and of course, that is the aim of all media outlets. As we have shown, the UFO realm is littered by false claims and half-truths, because like any other religion, its adherents want you to believe what they believe, and sadly, millions are being deceived. That’s why we made a feature-length movie on the UFO subject. See Alien Intrusion: Unmasking a Deception.

In short, one needs to be completely convinced that ETs do not exist to start with. We know that the Bible does not allow for it. Once you are reconciled with that fact, it automatically follows that their must be alternate explanations when people and, yes even scientists, claim to have found evidence to the contrary. If you leave that door open, then one will be swayed by seeming evidence to the contrary.

I sincerely wish you well in your walk with the Creator and encourage you to:

Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. 11 Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. 12 For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:10).

References and notes

  1. Roger Lier, wikipedia.org/wiki/Roger_Leir, accessed 24 December 2020. Return to text.
  2. Naturally produced carbon nanotubes, sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0009261403006158, accessed 24 December 2020. Return to text.