Alien Implant Researcher Dr. Roger Leir Passed Away
March, 18 2014
Dr. Roger Leir, an esteemed alien implant researcher, unfortunately passed away this week on March, 14th for reasons not specifically mentioned at this moment.
Dr. Leir was an expert in alien implants and an avid UFO researcher that has been an important person in the field of ufology for years writing many books on the subject and lecturing about the extraterrestrial phenomenon.
He first gained interest in UFOs as a boy in California and has been working towards exposing the truth about alien implants for most of his life while at the same time keeping a private Podiatric Surgeon practice open in Ventura County, California.
He first became interested in alien implants after removing an unknown object from an alien abductee's patients foot. The object, and others like it that he has removed, were not from this world and some, he said, sent transmissions of some kind that were not understood. Many of the objects he removed from abductees were made from materials uncommon here on Earth.
Dr. Leir was one of the few people, besides the governments of the world, that had physical proof of extraterrestrial technology.
These objects have been scientifically investigated by some of the most prestigious laboratories in the world including Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico Tech, Seal Laboratories, Southwest Labs, the University of Toronto, York University, and the University of California at San Diego. Their findings have been baffling and some comparisons have been made to Meteorite Samples. In addition some of the tests show metallurgical anomalies such as highly Magnetic Iron that is without crystalline form, combinations of crystalline materials mixed common metals, growth of biological tissue into or out of metallic substances, as well as isotopic ratios not of this world.
While his work will continue, he will be missed by not only his family, but everyone he has helped and everyone that followed his research.Want to learn more about alien implants? Click here to learn more.