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The Deros & Richard Shaver

The Deros are a proposed race, a species dwelling in underground caverns that house fantastic cities. According to the primary source and authority on their existence and habits, they are cruel, violent, and destructive. They possess advanced technology to which they are merely the heirs, having no real understanding of the proper use of the mechanisms and implements they have inherited. The Deros are the descendants of superior beings that once inhabited our world, including giants and enlightened races capable of interstellar travel. These Deros are far inferior to their ancestors, ruled by base passions and delighting in savagery and torment. They are either the invention, or the discovery, of one Richard Shaver.

This whole matter falls immediately into one of the Vicar’s favorite categories – the realm of things we cannot deny because they are by definition unknown – and it is well worth learning about if one has no prior exposure to the topic. This is not only because the Deros and the various tales of Richard Shaver (known collectively as “the Shaver Mystery”) have been proposed as influential with respect to modern science fiction and ufology. It is also because the possibility really does exist that Richard Shaver was not nearly so crazy as his detractors insist.
The existence of beings that cohabitate with our type of humanity is the subject of extensive debate, and has been throughout history. This was once the common wisdom, that we are not alone on the earth, in it, or beyond it. In science, that which has no direct evidence in support of it is considered unproven, and is generally described to the lay population as “bullshit“. But this is not an honest rendering, as many of us are well aware. In fact, it is extremely dishonest to present a thing for which one has no evidence as being unworthy of research because it is labelled as “fantasy” or else, “science fiction”. This was Richard Shaver’s struggle. In essence, what he asserted made him a prime target for identification with the diagnosis known as paranoid schizophrenia. This neat little disorder makes one deeply wary and likely to invent all manner of bizarre forces and beings responsible for various delusions and hallucinations and related weird beliefs. In fact, it is very often the case that one’s whole thesis will be received by psychiatric and therapeutic professionals with immediate doubt and rejection – at least internally, if not also in therapeutic sessions. This gives rise to a bit of a paradox, to which the Vicar has decided to put his name.
Here then is the statement of the “Vicar’s Paradox”: The unbelievable will be rejected even when it is absolutely true.
The Vicar’s argument can be summed up by the statement that when information produces dissonance with respect to an accepted context, the information will be ruled “untrue”, “inadmissible”, or “fraudulent”, no matter how compelling. This is why we may expect that even if an alien body were delivered to a major research organization, it would be either rejected as a hoax or else concealed entirely from the public. In essence, the accepted contexts by which we judge reality cannot stand up to fundamental challenges. For this precise reason, Galileo Galilei was persecuted by the Inquisition. More significantly, offers by Galileo to his accusers to view evidence of heliocentrism through a telescope were rejected out of hand… no doubt because any evidence contrary to accepted contexts is inevitably the Devil’s work.

This guy is the Lord of Night and Shadow, the Master of Deceit, and the Infernal Archaeologist…

As we all know, fossils were placed in the ground by Satan in order to lead the faithful astray.
Those who have experienced the truly Fortean will understand at once that this paradox is a very real concern. It can ultimately be life-threatening, and perhaps even species-threatening. Our capacity for survival in this universe is linked on a long enough timescale to our ability to recognize veracity in the absence of validation. No matter how great a level of technical refinement is achieved, an absence of imagination and spiritual awakening yields a depraved and decadent existence.
For Richard Shaver, the infernal apotheosis of this condition were the Deros. He identified the term with a phrase that runs something like, “Destructive Robots,” or else, “Detrimental Robots”. But the term was really an effort on the part of its inventor to describe what he identified as a powerful and relatively evil species that directly manipulates and preys upon humankind. To Shaver, the Deros were responsible for disappearances, some natural disasters, unexplained objects in the skies, and a host of what his contemporaries and moderns would classify as delusions and hallucinatory flights of fancy. Shaver’s Deros were supposedly possessed of devices capable of manipulating human thought and inserting ideas directly into human minds. In short, the Deros caused some individuals to be seen as mad – particularly when what the individuals were reporting or describing ran dangerously close to revealing the whole and awful truth. Also, the Deros were said to eat people after engaging in sexual sadomasochistic torture of their victims.

Things beyond common human understanding &/or human perception may well exist; the Vicar would argue plainly that they are absolutely in existence or at least likely to have been so, or that such things will exist in the future. Given a sufficiently long periodicity, the future will give rise to those who can alter or otherwise transit in time, meaning that beings from the future frequent this and all other periods in cosmic reality. That said, in a sufficiently bifurcated system (here, a system in which there is a clear divide between the accepted “probable” and the unaccepted “improbable”), the mainstream view will periodically be upset by unacceptable evidence. When this evidence is physical, it will be lost or destroyed. When this evidence is experiential or phenomenological (as in, many witnesses see a bigfoot, or a UFO sighting report involving a landing leaves bizarre and otherwise inexplicable physical evidence in a farmer’s field) it will be labelled an anomaly and all further investigatory activity will be cancelled or otherwise interdicted. When the evidence is compelling – regardless of its form – it will be marginalized and subjected to commentary which confuses the issues and obfuscates the value of the data. Mere “reports” of weird activity will be labelled hoaxes, nonsense, imagination, the result of chemical entertainment, or else insanity.
All of this occurs for a simple root reason: we do not accept as a collective intelligence any information that fundamentally contradicts the perceptions of the age. If the ancients believed in fairies, then odd goings on were the work of fairies, and little more needed to be known. But in modern times, we believe in biochemistry and physics and hard mathematically-based sciences. Odd goings on must either be readily explainable as mundane within these contexts, or else they are immediately rejected. The outlier cannot be integrated into the current composition of human collective consciousness, whatever the era. The witch-hunters of old would not have accepted arguments founded upon the DSM-IV-TR for example; this would have been nonsense and very likely the work of the devil, since it would have interdicted the collective mandate to resolve such matters with torture and immolation. The coming future society in which the wealthy elite are able to confer upon their children the grossly disproportionate benefits of genetic manipulation technology will regard spiritual objections – and the inevitable spiritual revelations or visitations – to such conditions as manipulative terrorism. Our own age is marked in much the same way: no cause is ever just when it employs violence, except “our own” causes, since our view is right and all contrary perceptions are wrong.

The CEO of the future will bring new meaning to the phrase, “The boss is gonna rip my head off!”

Richard Shaver may well have possessed a unique gift, not for hoax or legend-spinning, but rather for perceiving that our conception of reality is fundamentally flawed. We really do not understand the underlying “why” behind any phenomena. We certainly cannot begin to know if there are intelligences or complex sapient agencies behind mundane or bizarre events, because we do not accept in the mainstream anything other than mechanistic causes. We exist on a planet in space, but the majority view is that we are either alone in this universe or have never been visited by extraterrestrial species – although this is changing. From a statistical and logical standpoint, this fading but still powerful opinion is actually and literally idiotic: it presumes that what we do not know does not exist. Were this ever a valid platform for reasoning, then most modern technology and understanding would never have developed. Advancement would be impossible, since our imaginations and plans would always be folly.
Sans the agency of the Gods, we’d have had a difficult time explaining to a Sumerian of Ur that men would one day build machines with which to fly. By reverse “engineering”, we must wonder at Daedalus and Icarus: is this a myth, or a recollection of a man and his son developing hang gliding technology in the misty ancient past?

Shaver’s Deros are an example of the same psychological and existential construct: he argued that he had been in the presence of these things, seen one of their underground cities, and been subjected to their “mind rays”. According to Shaver, the Deros broke him out of jail one night, sending a holographic woman to assert mind control over his captors and guide him to one of their underground facilities. In the absence of evidence, this kind of reasoning is simply paranoia, delusion, and ultimately just schizophrenia. But what if the reality of the situation is precisely as Shaver explains it? His tales blend the Lemurian-Atlantean mythos – the notion of a lost civilization of high sophistication, whatever the name – and phenomena like unexplained disappearances and strange craft-like sightings in the sky. In short, Shaver is one of the first Fortean writers to attempt to create a kind of unified field theory of weird shit. He is in essence the granddaddy of some of the ideas advanced by John Keel and Jacques Vallee.

Richard Shaver – writer, artist, madman, witness

More importantly, what if the best evidence for certain phenomena is those who have experienced these phenomena first hand? If there are situations that defy conventional logic because they operate according to rules and conditions we have not yet begun to theorize about, much less describe or research, then it naturally follows that the only reliable rendering of the same would be found in anecdote, myth, legend, and the forever vilified “eyewitness account”.
Tools and implements lack the essential human quality of possessing a soul; moreover, they lack active intellect, emotion, and volition. There are a vast number of differences between the human understanding of the world and raw data absorbed or otherwise captured by a mechanism. The oddity in scientific inquiry turns upon this; the fact that we would trust data captured remotely or in the absence of human experience over the direct evidence we access with our own senses tells us that the fundamental guiding principle of evidence gathering is that we cannot trust human beings. We cannot trust ourselves. We cannot hope to imbue any of what we experience directly with any validity. In psychology, we often argue that what an individual perceives is very different from the reality around them. There is an assumption that an objective reality exists, and that subjective reality is innately flawed.
Richard Shaver said he went underground to see a city run by the Deros; his detractors point out that Shaver spent time in the care of psychiatrists. Which is true? In 1971, Shaver’s editor and publisher, Ray Palmer (an equally interesting fellow whose influence is still felt in science fiction today) stated that he believer Richard Shaver spent 8 years in a mental institution.
The world is still greatly unknown to our species, so the possibility that we share it with another race of technically advanced, evolutionarily sophisticated entities is open. But the undercurrent in Shaver’s discussion of the Deros is not dissimilar to the metaphorical coding of the Secret Language. It appears to reference existing in a controlled state, where thoughts are the result of inserted programming. And the Deros themselves delight in torture and cruelty as well as in destroying independence.
One must wonder, was Shaver talking about a race of advanced beings living under the earth? Or was he talking about the psychiatric industry as it existed in his day and which he had directly experienced? Did Richard Shaver undergo electroconvulsive therapy? Was he subjected to the brutality of psychiatric treatment and its sacred role of enforcing conformity and obedience?

Sure, because this is reasonable…

If Shaver was not entirely mad or merely a brilliant writer engaged in some sort of in vivo fiction experiment, his stories seem to serve as powerful metaphorical communications making full use of the Secret Language. And interestingly enough, the enigmatic man also is responsible for either the invention or the discovery of Mantong, a supposedly ancient language upon which all human tongues are based. While the actual function and form of Mantong essentially renders this proposition unlikely at best and absurd at worst, the Vicar would immediately propose that it is a form of code that may do far more than allow us to play word games. Richard Shaver’s Mantong identifies letters as thought forms more sophisticated and complex than pictograms.

An excellent write up on Mantong exists here, and here is a link describing the connection between Shaver’s Mantong and another writer’s inventive, “Protong”. On the surface, things like this read as ridiculous, but Shaver’s own creation – or discovery, of course – actually sort of works within its own context. Application of Mantong to simple words yields embedded thought forms that run consistently across many phrases. The deeper question turns upon what – if any – messages Richard Shaver may have embedded in his own stories, correspondences, and communications. His language could readily be used to send information in unexpected ways. At the very least, it is interesting that his own name would not translate very nicely in Mantong – a thing thoroughly worth considering. Mantong is definitely not the sort of language likely to catch on, but it has cohesion and purpose and was therefore convincing to a great many of Shaver’s devotees.
Beyond the tales, he was also intensely interested in things he called, “rock books” which he apparently believed contained lost records of the distant past. Some skeptics immediately discard the idea of information hidden within crystalline structures of various rocks, but perhaps they are overlooking the fact that the “silicon revolution” is a precise rendering of this exact concept in the real world. Sand is silica, and grains of sand are tiny rocks. To be sure, Shaver’s versions are not at all the same, but the underlying slip-coded notion is obvious. It’s almost as though the man had received information he was totally unable to understand or apply.
The drawing Kenneth Arnold produced to describe his sighting.

There is a strange link we should consider by way of conclusion: the Kenneth Arnold sighting in 1947 was later picked up on by the aforementioned Ray Palmer and this publicity helped catapult the idea of “flying saucers” as spaceships into the collective consciousness. Thus, Shaver, who reported that the Deros had flying ships and “rockets” launchable from their underground bases, was published by the same man who later promoted the “saucer mystery”. But the UFOs seen by Arnold are not necessarily anything out of the ordinary – they could readily have been secret military craft seen from an angle that confused the viewer. As unlikely as this may seem to the true believer, none of us were actually there, so we do not know.

What’s odd is that Palmer helped to immediately shift the search for UFO truth off-world. One wonders, why? Couldn’t such things come from within the earth, or out of the oceans, seas, and lakes as is sometimes reported in some fairly compelling USO accounts? After all, humanity actually only continuously occupies a small percentage of the earth’s surface. There are many places where particularly technically able species could conceal themselves. Was Palmer intentionally misdirecting us? Did he know something? Or was he totally unaware of the manipulation occurring, caused by rays from deep within the earth that subtly reprogrammed his head?
Was the publisher of the Shaver Mystery a victim – or even a servant – of the Deros?
Paranoia is contagious.


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Quantum physicist makes impressive predictions about UFOs

A “time capsule of the mind” by the physicist Deep Prasad serves as a kind of mission statement for an in-depth exploration of technology related to unexplained sightings of UFOs on the west coast of the United States.

Quantum physicist makes impressive predictions about UFOs

Prasad, vice president of technology at UAP Expedition Group and CEO of ReactiveQ, expects big things to happen in the next 5 to 10 years. The synopsis of what he is trying to do appears on the site

He predicts that “we will discover that we are not alone in the universe.” But it goes beyond that. Before he even lists 10 points he intends to explore, he insinuates about an agenda to find out the truth he seeks:

If it turns out that a secret group of humans has surpassed every single country, military capability and private industry on the planet in an insurmountable leap, we will report.

His predictions suggest that he has a different understanding of what extraterrestrial life means, using the alien term “for lack of a better word.”

The website Mystery wire previously reported the emergence of UAP Expedition Group in the UFO research scenario. The composition of the group includes people who were on board the USS Princeton at the time of the Tic Tac UFO report, which was reported by New York Times in December 2017 and recognized as ‘real’ by the US Navy earlier this year. The Dave Fravor’s Navy Commander’s visual observation in 2004 off the coast near San Diego sparked interest in understanding UFOs.

The group told the that aims to exploit technology to revolutionize travel.

The website interviewed Prasad in June. He explained his interest in the topic then. The article states:

The young innovation star is also an avid UFO advocate; He is one of us.

Below are the impressive predictions of quantum physicist Deep Prasad, followed by a video of his interview on the channel. Townhall media:

  1. We will find that we are not alone in the universe.
  2. This will become a familiar fact sometime in the next 5 to 10 years. Some will naturally debate this, no matter how much science and evidence is presented. After all, we still have people who believe in Terra Plana to this day.
  3. We will find that the engineers of these advanced technologies are not human, but they are NOT extraterrestrial as we define them.
  4. We will find that words like extraterrestrial, ultra-terrestrial, and interdimensional are inaccurate descriptions of what the beings behind these UFOs really are. From what I have seen in terms of data, it seems that the answer will be complicated, if not totally impossible to fully understand with our current knowledge of physics and philosophy.
  5. We will find that an unfortunate amount of human mythology and folklore is the result of intelligent nonhumans messing with holographic technology for some unknown reason.
  6. Let’s find out much, much more about ourselves, who and what we really are.
  7. Such revelations will shock virtually every living sentient person. Depress some while releasing others (I would bet more…).
  8. Finally, there will be communication between human civilization and alien civilization, for lack of a better word, once enough humans are psychologically ready for the first contact.
  9. UFOs will be formally recognized as a valid doctoral and masters topic in the fields of Quantum Information, Quantum Gravity, Condensed Matter Physics, High Energy Physics, Sociology, History, Literature, Engineering and even Biology.
  10. Sometimes things we cannot change, end up changing us.


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Scientific study reveals: Alien Artificial Structures are found on the dark side of the Moon

The Society for Planetary SETI Research (SPSR) has published a report in which it states that the mysterious structures found on the dark side of the Moon may have been built by alien races, so not of human origin.

A scientific study presented in Journal of Space Exploration found several anomalous structures on the hidden face of the Moon. Some scientists claim that unusual structures on the Moon are artificial and are not the result of any natural processes known. So if mother nature did not create these enigmatic structures, and human beings have not yet traveled to the opposite side of the moon, who created them?

This scientific study published by members of the Society for Planetary SETI Research refers to some unusual features on the far side of the Moon and specifically in the Paracelsus C crater.

The study entitled Analysis of Unusual Structures on the Far Side of the Moon in the Crater Paracelsus C argues that unusual structures are artificial in nature, and are not the result of any known natural processes on the Moon. So we reiterate: If these mysterious structures were not created by natural processes and not even by human beings who never went to the opposite side of the Moon, who was able to create them?

The truth is that similar reports have been made over the years. NASA knows a lot about what exists on the Moon and has never said how things are. One of the first people to talk about the strange structures on the Moon is Georga Leonard, in a book written in 1976 with the title Someone else is on the moon.

5 years later, Fred Steckling published another book, We discovered alien bases on the moon, with curious details about the mysterious formations existing on the lunar surface.

As noted by the experts in the scientific study published a few years ago, we say: Huge amounts of lunar and planetary images are available to the public via the Internet. While allowing for a civilian ‘scientific approach’ to SETI, the availability of so much data also tends to generate new ‘discoveries’ on a regular basis by those who want to discover something like alien bases, towers, buildings and other activities on the surface of the moon.

Although most of these results reveal image aberrations due to the cameras, compression / transmission image errors, improvement of image artifacts, or simply misconceptions of the unusual surface features imprinted in an unusual way, some of these formations remain inexplicable.

Definitely, the mainstream conservatives of the scientific institution often reject anomalies that are based on the subject matter, that is, there can be no alien artifacts on the Moon because there are no alien artifacts on the moon (or other planets). This view is an example of circular reasoning, based on the belief that there are no extraterrestrials or, if they exist, that they could not have traveled in our solar system “.

If we take a look at recent history, we will face the Clementine mission and comments made by Dr. John Brandenburg, who has a Ph.D. in plasma physics, and working as a consultant at Morningstar Applied Physics LLC, and how part-time instructor of Astronomy, Physics, Mathematics at Madison College. Dr. Brandenburg is convinced that NASA’s Clementine mission to the Moon was a joint space project with US military agencies. For example, the Ballistic Missile Defense Organization (BMDO) participated together with NASA to do some research on the Moon. The Clementine mission is important because it found water on some craters on the hidden side of the Moon.

Dr. Brandenburg says: “It was the Clementine mission to take  reconnaissance photos during the mission, basically to check if someone was building bases on the Moon that we don’t know. Of all the photos I have seen of the Moon that show possible structures, the most impressive is the image of a broad, mile long rectangular structure. This seemed unmistakably artificial, and should not be there. When someone in the defense space community looked at this structure on the moon, said with great concern: That thing is not ours … there is no way we could build such a thing. It means that someone else is up there. ”

Dr. Brandenburg also stated that, once the Clementine mission was completed, the images taken from the Moon were analyzed by “a team” of an elite department that possessed the maximum document “security clearance”: “… Essentially these people have kept the photographic documents and Clementine’s analyzes hidden and as soon as they did their job they told us not to interfere with them …”. It is interesting to note that Brandenburg also stated: “We were aware that there was a possibility of an unknown presence, perhaps alien / extraterrestrial near Earth …”.

On one occasion Brandenburg said: “… I find myself sitting in a room of retired generals from both the army and the aviation and with a couple of admirals we were looking at what appeared to be a gunfight in space. The older general … turned to me and said, “Where do you think they come from?” And I said: I don’t know, sir, I heard that I’m 40 light years from here. ” But Brandenburg, who was heavily criticized for his comments and views on the Aliens, was not the only one who spoke of alien life.

Returning to the scientific study presented in a Pdf document, this team of scientists analyzed different images taken at different times on the Moon, with different Sun angles, which allowed experts to predict an approximate shape of unusual structures, using different models of computer. The 3D representation allowed them to recreate how the objects appear in their localization within the south-western quadrant of the Paracelsus C crater, which has an area of ​​about 25 kilometers in diameter.

The researchers concluded:

“Based on the evidence presented in this document, we believe that this area of ​​Paracelsus C crater is a candidate worthy of a future study of orbital missions and surface rovers. Both features analyzed in this area are statistically different from the surrounding terrain. This is a structure that differs from any characteristic view of the Moon to date. Its relationship with the surrounding land suggests an entrance and a corridor that can lead to an underground base and the 3D tests tell us that there are signs of excavation on both sides of the crater “.

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Alien Abductions: extraterrestrial implants found in some patients undergoing surgery

Most implants or microchips identified in the body of those who claim to have been abducted by aliens, are similar: they are smaller than the head of a screw, and have always been found on the same part of the “abductees”, both in the head and on other parts of the body.

Dr. Roger Leir (who died in 2014) a podiatrist from Thousand Oaks, California, founder of FIRST (Fund for Interactive Research and Space Technology) and Dr. Derrel Sims, C.Ht., R.H.A., a certified hypnotherapist and co-founder of FIRST and experienced UFO Investigator of over 27 year, are the best known specialists in the world in the research and study of alien implants: The first was a prestigious specialist in foot surgery as well as a follower of the UFO phenomenon from a young age. When for the first, he saw an X-ray with an abnormal graft time belonging to one of his patients, he specialized in this phenomenon, through the recovery of more than 20 abductee implants, extracting this technology from his patients, recording all his tests and surgical interventions.

The objects extracted by Dr. Leir produced a surprising result: while they were still inside the patient, the objects maintained an anomalous magnetism, and while extracted they adhered to surgical instruments, and then disappeared once the extraction had been performed. 

The result of surgery

Dr. Leir, reported on these surgeries:

“The findings of these implant surgeries are highly unusual. In all these cases, there was virtually no inflammatory response.” This is not the usual finding in foreign tissue reactions. Normally, foreign bodies embedded in tissues result in some type of acute or chronic inflammatory response, and may include fibrosis and cyst formation. Such was not the case here. The pathology reports of the first two surgeries revealed that the metallic objects were encased in a very dense, tough, grey membrane consisting of proteinaceous coagulum, hemoseridin and pure keratin. More simply, blood protein and skin cells that are usually found in the superficial layer of the skin. The tough, biological “cocoons” encasing the implants were also found to contain nerve proprioceptors – nerve and pressure cells of the wrong tissue type for that part of the body. These implant cocoons also fluoresced a bright green color in the presence of an ultraviolet light source.

The implants therefore lacked the expected inflammatory response in the operations, according to the pathological reports. The device removed by one foot, in the most recent surgical intervention, also lacked the resistant gray outer membrane: the results on the first series of grafts also revealed that the metal devices are of “meteoric” origin, with as many as eleven different elements analyzed in the content.

Derrel Sims commented on the uncommon, non-rejecting human response to the implants: “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.

Mr. Sims believes the indications are very strong that these implants are extraterrestrial in origin. “But”, Mr. Sims concedes, “Whatever the scientists say who have examined the objects say, is what we will say.”

Derrel Sims has stated that a scientific peer review of all tests must be done before more specifics can be released. This is the standard course of action taken in any scientific endeavor: A series of simple questions were posed to each of the participants. When asked as to how and when their implants might have been inserted, Pat Parrinellio from Houston, Texas believed his implant could have been inserted during a UFO encounter he had in 1954, at six years of age . Mary Jones recalls two UFO encounters when her metallic objects could have been implanted, in 1969. “In the first frightening UFO encounter”, Mary commented, “I was on a camping trip with my family while pregnant with my third child.” Oddly enough, one month after Mary’s child was born, she had another alien encounter while at home during the night. Conversely, Dorothy O’Hara from Palm Springs, California and Licia Davidson also from California both replied, “I have no idea when the object was inserted.” Alice Leavy commented that she first noticed the lump on her leg following a UFO encounter involving other witnesses in San Diego, in 1993. “I actually noticed the lump” Alice clarified, “when I discovered the scoop mark also on my left leg, after the UFO encounter.”

The facilities

They almost always have a behavior that seems to be intelligent, they live through the blood of the ‘hosts’, in addition to adopting their DNA through biological membranes. When they are in human tissue, the implants are surrounded by an unusual and strong coating composed of proteins and keratin. This type of coating adapts to DNA, through biological membranes: This prevents rejection by the body, since it does not produce any immune response; moreover, it is such a rigid material that it cannot be cut by a hardened steel scalpel, but only with a laser. So far, no prosthetic or medical implant has been built with this material.

The devices are located in areas of the body, such as the back of the hand or in the jaw: some of them emit FM electromagnetic radiation signals at 93 MHz, 15 MHz and even frequencies used in space satellite communications before they are removed. The surface coating they possess is sensitive to phonons, apparently used for the purpose of retransmitting sound waves. They have also been found to include Singlewalled carbon nano tubes: Steve Colbern, a scientist specializing in chemical materials and nanotechnologies, admits he has never seen such advanced surgical technology on the planet.

An alien implant extracted from Dr. Derrel Sims. The implants are surrounded by an unusual and strong coating composed of proteins and keratin

Moreover, they are almost always composed of meteoric iron, cobalt and iridium, and some also contain orthorhombic crystal structures of sodium chloride and boron. The isotopic relationships they show are not found on Earth, but a similar structure was found in a meteorite formed by nickel and iron.

The implants have been examined by many of the most important laboratories in the world, such as Los Alamos, in New Mexico, where it is concluded that their nature is weathering, since the metal isotopes they contain were not found on Earth. The metallurgy laboratory of the University of San Diego, California, concluded that the metal isotopes were “extraterrestrial”.

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