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Dr. Roger Leir

Alien Implant Removals and Research

Edited by Global ET Research

“The tissues surrounding these small metallic foreign objects, which looked like ‘cantaloupe seeds radiating small tendrils’, were invariably devoid of any inflammatory reaction and were found, inexplicably, to contain nerve proprioceptors....no way do these things exhibit the characteristics normally seen with foreign bodies which find their way, through accident or other means, into the human organism.”

 

The Guardian Said it Best


[Aliens and the Scalpel] an important book by Californian podiatric surgeon Dr. Roger Leir, MD, was first published in 1998 by The National Institute for Discovery Science and financed by Bob Bigelow’s Foundation. It has seen a couple of updated editions in the current century, so there is more than one version available to read.


It chronicles, in the first person, Dr. Leir’s involvement in identifying, surgically removing and analyzing implants from the bodies of serial abductees in southern California (the surgeries were performed at more than one clinical location) and may be the nearest thing we have to irrefutable scientific proof that the abductors do place small devices in abductees’ bodies, for purposes about which we can only speculate.


The book runs to 230 pages including several detailed appendices. The original 1998 edition has a foreword penned by Whitley Strieber, following which the author introduces himself, his surgical credentials and his history of interest in the subject of UFOs, abductees and implants. Dr. Leir reveals he had a couple of personal NDEs which convinced him there is more to us than just our biological material and he may, in fact, be an abductee himself though this is not made explicit in the book.


The chronological narrative describes how Dr. Leir’s original offer in 1995 to surgically remove suspected ‘alien implants’ from serial abductees was taken up by Derrell Sims at a MUFON meeting; how dates were agreed and patients selected; how surgery was planned, financed and organized and how the involvement of a large number of people became necessary, from nursing assistants to anesthetists to assistant surgeons, to someone to collect abductees from the airport and drive them to the surgery. The surgeries were professionally recorded and filmed, and relayed live to an adjacent room full of invited guests who read like the ‘Who’s Who’ of ufology in the 1990s together with interested professional medics and people working in related bio-medical disciplines.


The nature of the objects removed from patients during the first and second waves of surgeries are then described, analyzed and discussed. One of the eight removed objects was found to be mundane (possibly a piece of glass); the other seven were ‘exotic’. Here’s how the objects were lab-tested:



Density immersion technique in toluene

Mechanical properties analysis including hardness and elastic modulus

X-ray energy-dispersive spectroscopy

Scanning electron microscopy

X-ray diffraction pattern analysis

Electromagnetic properties analysis

(All analyses were double-blind tested)



The tissues surrounding these small metallic foreign objects, which looked like ‘cantaloupe seeds radiating small tendrils’, were invariably devoid of any inflammatory reaction and were found, inexplicably, to contain nerve proprioceptors. Now, we can speculate all day about what might be going on here but one thing we can say, with certainty, is that no way do these things exhibit the characteristics normally seen with foreign bodies which find their way, through accident or other means, into the human organism. In ‘normal’ cases, a foreign body would generate substantial and persistent inflammatory tissue response and nerve tissue would never develop around it.


It seems these things were somehow designed to be bio-compatible with the abductee and ‘wired in’ to the nervous system. Other interesting characteristics included:



All objects were recovered from the left side of the body

All the ‘exotic’ specimens (7 of the 8) emitted a powerful electro-magnetic field easily detectable with a gauss meter

When removed from the human body, all 7 ‘exotic’ specimens bizarrely and inexplicably fluoresced under UV black light

During laboratory analysis, the objects were found to be complex and contained a diversity of elements (Al, Ba, Ca, Cu, Fe, Mg, Mn, Na, Ni, Pb, Si, Zn) not normally found together in natural objects

Xeropthalmia (night blindness) was common to 50% of the male patients and 90% of the female; in the general population, the percentage is in single digits (of course this might be just a bizarre coincidence)




Dr. Leir describes how he and Derrell Sims were courted by Dr. John Alexander and Bob Bigelow, invited to NIDS’ headquaters in Nevada and how the NIDS Board eventually offered to finance their research and bankroll future surgeries. They also, eventually, financed this book. He also describes the unlooked-for and unwelcome minor celebrity status he gradually acquired as more and more TV and news media networks, magazines and periodicals wanted to interview him, and how he was invited to conferences all over the world to present his findings.


The appendices run to 36 pages and reproduce all the biopsy reports, biological analysis reports and lab summaries in full.


Leir’s writing style is not great, but adequate and literate. If you read this book, do so for the important information it reveals, rather than for entertainment value. Though now in his mid-70s, Roger has not retired from surgical practice: he continues to work in this field and to be a major inspiration to others who now follow the path he has pioneered in this vitally important area. – The Guardian (Roger died on 14 March, 2014. RIP.)

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Whitley Strieber on Dr. Roger Leir

 

Implant pioneer Dr. Roger Leir died on Friday, March 14, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife and daughter. He was the author of the Aliens and the Scalpel, UFO Crash in Brazil, Casebook Alien Implants, Chopped Liver and three other books published outside the United States, including Implantes Alienegenas published in Portuguese in Brazil, and Ovnis and Implants published in France by Le Mercure Dauphinois.


Dr. Leir dramatically advanced research into physical evidence of the close encounter experience. Along with his surgical team, he performed seventeen surgeries on alleged alien abductees, which resulted in the removal of objects that revealed numerous anomalies, including objects that were buried in deep tissue and yet encased in the skin of the host, objects that were able to move in order to resist excision, objects that were magnetic and objects that were emitting radio signals. One object which was studied at the Southwest Research Institute and the University of Texas at San Antonio became invisible to x-rays after a first pass in an X-ray diffraction device.


In addition to the studies at Southwest Research, the objects were scientifically investigated by others of the most prestigious laboratories in the world including Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico Tech, Seal Laboratories, the University of Toronto, York University, and the University of California at San Diego. Dr. Leir was also involved in investigations of other areas of Ufology involving physical evidence. He traveled to Brazil and performed exhaustive research into the Varginha, Brazil case. In 2003 Dr. Leir worked with one of the worlds leading geneticists and the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS) on a DNA study pertaining to evidence collected in a famous California alien abduction case.


Dr. Leir was a Podiatric Surgeon, who was in private practice in Ventura County, California, for nearly 50 years. He held academic degrees of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Bachelor of Science, and Associate in Arts and was a board certified podiatric surgeon. He was a figure of historic importance in the field of UFO studies and one of the seminal pioneers in the field. Source



A Remembrance from A.J. Gevaerd

 


Editor of Revista UFO Magazine, Founder and Director of the Brazilian Center for Flying Saucer Research (CBPDV), Brazilian Director for Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and one of the Intl. Directors of the U.S. International UFO Congress.


My deepest condolences go to Dr. Roger Leir’s family, associates and his friends. Dr. Leir gave much of himself both personally and professionally in order to help those who were directly impacted by contact. His passing is a great loss to Ufology. His research and his legacy through AlienScalpel.com (accessed via Wayback)  must continue forward. One only had to hear his voice and read his research to know he was a sincere, caring and meticulous podiatrist and researcher, and someone who had made a great discovery: physical evidence of implanted objects with highly unusual – sometimes amazing – properties.


Whether these objects eventually turn out to be of extraterrestrial or terrestrial origin is not as important as the fact that their technology is highly advanced and they were placed in people unknowingly, against their will. Dr. Leir will be remembered for bringing this unusual technology, and these unusual personal events, into the light of day. I urge you to continue your support in his name.

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Robert Bigelow’s CBS Interview May 28, 2017


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Dr. Roger Leir

Dr. Roger Leir, author of Aliens and the Scalpel and several other books and DVDs was one of the world’s most important leaders in physical evidence research involving the field of Ufology. He and his surgical team performed many surgeries on alleged alien abductees resulting in the removal of at least ten separate and distinct objects suggestive of being alien implants or comprising unusual composition and characteristics. These objects were scientifically investigated by some of the most prestigious laboratories in the world and their findings were discovered to be baffling – some literally out of this world.

Dr. Leir was a Podiatric Surgeon, who was in private practice in Ventura County, California, for nearly 50 years. He held academic degrees of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Bachelor of Science, and Associate in Arts and was a board certified podiatric surgeon. He was a figure of historic importance in the field of UFO studies and one of the seminal pioneers in the field. He passed away after a long illness, which eventually lead to a heart attack on March 14, 2014.

 

 



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Dr. Leir was a Podiatric Surgeon, who was in private practice in Ventura County, California, for nearly 50 years. He held academic degrees of Doctor of Podiatric Medicine, Bachelor of Science, and Associate in Arts and was a board certified podiatric surgeon. He was a figure of historic importance in the field of UFO studies and one of the seminal pioneers in the field.

 

 

 


 

 

 

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