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ET Nanotech Used to Control Humans

by Paul Harper                 August 5, 2018                    (dailystar.co.uk)

• Dr. Roger Leir is a well-known Ufologist who claims to have removed “16 alien implants”. In independent filmmaker Jeremy Corbell’s new documentary, “Patient Seventeen”, Corbell follow Dr. Leir as he removes an alien implant from a seventeenth patient. Patient Seventeen believes he has had several experiences with intelligent lifeforms not from this planet, a claim made by more than three million Americans.

• Footage shows the patient’s surgery and then the results of scientific testing of the minute implant. Scientist Steve Colbern claims that the implant is made up of 36 elements, many of which are reportedly not found on Earth. “It’s probably a sophisticated nanotechnological device,” says Colbern.

• Nanophysicist Chris Cooper remarks, “There is nothing I can imagine that could explain why this man would have a witch’s brew of elements within a sample embedded in his leg.” “This is the most astounding array of elements in a simple sample I’ve ever seen.”

• Dr. Leir believes that the implanted device emits “scalar waves”, i.e.: electromagnetic radiation that could potentially be used for communication. Dr. Leir is convinced that the device “did not come from our solar system, much less the Earth”.

• The filmmaker asked Dr. Leir if he was sure that he wanted him to film his work. Leir said, “Yes, Jeremy. I’ve been doing this for more than two decades, and there’s something to this!” Corbell told Dr. Leir that he would film his surgery, “but if he was lying, bending the truth or trying to deceive the public in any way by altering his results, that I was going to out him.”

• “I might be sitting on the most astounding physical evidence of an off-world, non-terrestrial nanotechnological device from an advanced Alien intelligence,” exclaimed Corbell. As for Patient Seventeen, “I just want this to end, I just want it removed. ‘This is scarier than hell.”

 

The production is named after the 17 reported patients helped by a Dr Roger Leir, a well-known Ufologist, who alleges he has removed “16 alien implants”.

Dr. Roger Leir

Patient Seventeen believes he has had several experiences with intelligent lifeforms not from this planet, a claim made by more than three million Americans who suffer from what’s called “alien abduction syndrome”.

Jeremy Corbell

The unidentified man said he never realised that there was a tiny metal object – the size of the “end of a matchstick” – in his leg,  which is suggested was secretly inserted during an ET encounter.

“I just want this to end, I just want it removed,” he tells the camera.

“This is scarier than hell.”

Footage shows the patient’s surgery and then the results of scientific testing of the minute implant, which Dr Leir is convinced “did not come from our solar system, much less the Earth”.

Scientist Steve Colbern claims that the implant is made up of 36 elements, many of which are reportedly not traditionally found on Earth.

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Northwestern Ontario’s UFO Encounters the Topic of New Documentary

by Kris Ketonen                  July 28, 2018                     (cbc.ca)

• Filmmaker Dee McCullay and researcher Kim Casey are currently working on a documentary, titled “Northern Lights” that relates strange UFO-related encounters reported in northwestern Ontario, Canada. Their research turned up nearly 200 incidents, stretching back to 1914. The bulk of the reports come from Thunder Bay, although the region overall is well-represented, says McCullay.

• Among the favorites is a tale from Black Sturgeon River Provincial Park, where two men were working on a dock. It was getting late, and rather than having to return on Monday to finish the job, they decided to camp for the night and finish their work the next morning. “They both woke up at about two in the morning,” says McCullay. “Didn’t say a word to each other, yet they were both breaking camp.” “They get in the truck. As they’re just about to leave they happen to look up in the same spot.” “At the top of one of these jackpines, they saw a cat person up there. It had human and cat features, and was hanging from one of the jackpines.” “They completely freaked out. The guy hit the gas. He never let up until they hit the highway; that’s when they finally started talking about it.”

• Another report comes from the 1950’s at a Thunder Bay power station. “They had a massive, complete power outage, and the guys were running around there, trying to figure out what was going on,” McCullay said. “They got the crew together, the work crew, and they come outside into the yard.” “That’s when they saw a giant, metallic disc hovering over the power plant.” “The thing just sped off, and then the power restored.”

• The documentary is due to be released in the fall, and they are still looking for stories to include.

 

Strange lights in the sky. Metallic discs hovering over a power plant during a blackout. Even three-foot-tall cat people in the trees.

That’s just a sampling of the strange UFO-related encounters reported over the last century in northwestern Ontario, according to two researchers busily putting a new documentary together on the subject.

“There is something actually going on,” filmmaker Dee McCullay said of the documentary, titled Northern Lights, he’s working on with author and researcher Kim Casey. “There are many people out there with similar experiences.”

Dee McCullay

McCullay — who’s also behind the two Sasquatch on Lake Superior documentaries — said the idea for the UFO documentary came from Casey.

“She was working on a paranormal project,” McCullay said. “She was researching the subject of UFOs, and she presented me with the idea of doing a UFO documentary.”

Research into regional reports has so far turned up nearly 200 incidents, stretching back to 1914. The bulk of the reports come from Thunder Bay, although the region overall is well-represented, McCullay said.

Cat people, power outages

Among his favourites thus far is a tale from Black Sturgeon River Provincial Park, where, as the story goes, two men were working on a dock.

“It was a Friday night, and they were supposed to come back Monday to finish the job,” McCullay said. “It would only take a few hours.”

But it was getting late, and they decided to camp for the night, and finish their work the next morning.

“For some reason, they both woke up at about two in the morning,” McCullay said. “Didn’t say a word to each other, yet they were both breaking camp.”

“They get in the truck, as they’re just about to leave they happen to look up in the same spot,” he said. “At the top of one of these jackpines, they saw a cat person up there. It had human and cat features, and was hanging from one of the jackpines.”

“They completely freaked out, the guy hit the gas. He never let up until they hit the highway; that’s when they finally started talking about it.”

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Pilot’s Strange Act Before UFO Sighting

by Ally Foster                      July 29, 2018                    (news.com.au)

• On October 21, 1978, 20-year-old Australian, Frederick Valentich, rented a single engine plane out of Victoria’s Moorabbin Airport with plans of heading to Tasmania’s King Island. Airborne, he noticed that he was being followed by another aircraft. Then something zoomed overhead. Valentich radioed Melbourne Airflight Service Controller, Steve Robey, to ask if there were any known aircraft in the area. Robey replied that there was “no known traffic” in the area.

• Then Valentich reported that the mystery aircraft was “playing” with him. “It seems to me that he’s playing some sort of game,” he said. “He’s flying over me two, three times, at a time at speeds I could not identify.” Valentich describes it as long, metallic and with a green light. The UFO vanishes before suddenly reappearing on his other side. At this point, Valentich says his final words: “It is hovering and it is not an aircraft.” His radio cut off and he, and the aircraft he was piloting, were never seen again.

• An extensive search was conducted of the water and any surrounding land but Valentich nor any indication of a crash site was ever found. The incident gained worldwide attention with many, including his father, believing that he had been abducted by a UFO.

• Others believed that Valentich faked his own death or was flying upside down and the lights he saw were actually his own reflecting on the water before he crashed. It was later discovered that Valentich was obsessed with UFO’s and had watched numerous movies and collected articles on the topic.

• Forty years later, all that remains of Frederick Valentich’s infamous flight is a plaque at Otway lighthouse commemorating his strange disappearance.

 

“IT IS hovering and it is not an aircraft.”

These are the last words anyone ever heard Frederick Valentich say before his radio cut off and he, and the aircraft he was piloting, were never seen again.

                   Frederick Valentich

On October 21, 1978, a 20-year-old Valentich rented a single engine plane out of Victoria’s Moorabbin Airport with plans of heading to Tasmania’s King Island to catch seafood.

But things took a terrifying turn when he noticed he was being followed by another aircraft.

It has been 40 years since the young Aussie pilot disappeared over the Bass Strait and in that time no one has come any closer to finding out what happened to him.

The only clue left behind was a radio conversation between him and Melbourne Airflight Service Controller, Steve Robey.

It was 7pm when Valentich radioed in to ask if there were any known aircraft in the area, just after something zoomed overhead.

Robey informed him that there was “no known traffic” in the area and inquired as to what type of plane it was.

“I cannot affirm. It is four bright, it seems to me, like landing lights. The aircraft has just passed over me at least a thousand feet above,” Valentich said.

 

          a plaque to Frederick at                                 the Otway Lighthouse

As the transmission went on things got even more unnerving, with Valentich reporting that the mystery aircraft was “playing” with him.

“It seems to me that he’s playing some sort of game,” he said.

“He’s flying over me two, three times, at a time at speeds I could not identify.”

The conversation continues with the controller trying to get more information about what the object actually is.

Valentich describes it as long, metallic and with a green light.

At one point the aircraft vanishes before suddenly reappearing on his other side.

It’s at this point that Valentich says his final, terrifying words: “It is hovering and it is not an aircraft.”

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