Just back from my trip to India, and it was epic in many ways. To experience this rich, ancient culture first-hand was a wonderful opportunity. I made friends and allies, and we’ve got the start of an effective research organization there.
My young investigators have all the right stuff and we hope to break to the stigma against the topic that exists in this fascinating country.
The case they uncovered that brought me to India involves a bright professional woman in her early 30s. She and some of her family members have experienced multiple contact with what they described as children as “monkey people.” Our patient has recall of receiving alien implants at various times in her life.
My investigators were impressed with her story, the details and clarity, as well as the physical evidence she presented. They shared her medical records, Xrays and reports, and after I spoke with her myself, I believed this was a genuine case with the markers of the rare alien implant in her shoulder.
The seemingly metallic object was visible beneath the skin as a lump. The patient was resolute to have it removed surgically, which would be a simple procedure. She was also interested in learning more about her contact experiences than she was able to remember. She was very eager for me to come and oversee the surgery personally, and work with her privately.
The surgery was going to be performed in Delhi, under conventional medical setting. The surgeon and the hospital director were very cooperative. They followed my directions about handling the object and importantly maintaining chain of custody. The entire procedure was documented on video, and included 5 witnesses besides myself.
The object was covered with a biological casing. The surgeon did think this was unusual, but I have seen this before in previous implant surgeries. The pathology testing will reveal if this is a natural inflammatory response, or something else (as I suspect.)
The patient had no physical ill effects. However, that night she did experience extreme terror, sensing “they” were angry at the object’s removal. Similar emotions were also felt by other family members. There is more that I cannot share at this time, but let’s just say that I don’t mind messing with the alien’s program here (grins).
The patient then took me to Mumbai to meet her family and work with her privately. I was impressed by her sincerity, and the extensive psychological testing gave me insight into her particular case. I suspect there are at least 2 other sites of previous implantation (possibly still extant), and she does exhibit a typical scoop mark on one of her legs.
Overall the experience was cathartic for the patient and my hope is also that I was able to provide some comfort and insight. However, it’s not unusual to have a rollercoaster of conflicting feelings follow such an event (probably result of alien programming and interference). I am here for the patient and her family as needed. She’s part of our special “family” now.
I plan to remove the biological casing, have both tissue pathology and metalurgical testing done and report on the findings. This is just the beginning.
I’ll have some more info soon about other aspects of this fascinating trip, so stay tuned Alien Hunter Nation!