A & S Research Inc. – Dr. Roger Leir
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I have a metallic object, shaped like a pencil’s lead on my wrist; just under the skin. Approx. 9 years ago I tried to pull it out with a thick needle stuck behind it, I couldn’t pull it out with 250 pounds of force! it merely broke in half or something. I want to remove it. I have no memory of Alien abductions but would like to remove it all the same. I need some info on what to do at least…please help. Thank You.
Andrew David. Ford
I have been following the “Alien Implants” with a great deal of interest. Now, As I see it, the implants that have been removed are being sent out to be scientifically investigated, but, once removed from the subject, the implant no longer functions. So, therefore, they are no longer be tested in the functioning mode. Now, My question is; Have you tried to reinsert one of these implants in a lab animal to see if it will reactivate?
No we haven’t. We operate with a very small budget and financing for all this testing is hard to come by. We would like to do this in the future when we can afford this advanced research.
Thank you for the suggestion.
I am referring your letter to Steve Colbern who is one of our research Scientists. Please have an x-ray taken of the area and contact us again at:
No, not yet, but that is an interesting suggestion that we will keep in mind.
I’ve had a typical “pencil lead” object in the upper palm of my right hand under the skin for many years. I also have tried to take it out myself to no avail. It seemed to move deeper into the skin when I poke at it. I would really like it removed. A friend of mine held a volt meter to it to see if if gave off a charge. It did. When he placed the volt meter pen on my other hand at the same spot the “implant” is, there was no charge. When I visited The Roswell museum in New Mexico I saw a photo of someone with the exact type of thing in their palm. I would really like this “thing’ removed. What do I need to do? Thank you.
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