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Ron Noel Case Studies with Dr Roger Leir

Written by BlueAlien. 3 comments Posted in: Alien Implant
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For years, Dr. Roger Leir was in contact with the patient Ron Noel. He found the presence of this object by radiographs. However, to do early testing with ultraviolet light could be discovered strange marks on the body of Ron Noel.

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  1. JCheney

    Wow, too bad I took French! Very interesting though.

    June 7, 2010 at 7:19 pm
  2. Hole Truth

    I recall seeing a video of cattle mutilations, when after several mutilations of his stock, a farmer checked the rest of his cattle for possible markings. Using a black light, he found at least one cow (that I recall) did indeed have a substance on its back, only visable under UV light. I seen the video some time ago, so im sure some other farmers may have knowledge of this. Just thought I’d mention it.
    I wonder if some domestic pets also have this happening?

    March 25, 2011 at 8:04 am
  3. scolbern

    Yes, the cattle mutilations are definitely associated with UV fluorescent dyes. Cattle are apparently marked with the dye (usually bright green) before being taken for the mutilations. The aliens apparently want the blood plasma, and certain organs from the cow, including the tongue, rectum and liver. The blood plasma is gone in the mutilated cows and crystals of hemoglobin are left behind! The entire process must happen very quickly, and involve a very advanced process to rapidly separate the red blood cells from the plasma.
    Yellow-green, bright blue and orange UV fluorescent dyes are also seen on the bodies of human abductees, and in their houses. These dyes are only visible under UV light. The blue and orange dyes appear to be marker dyes, and we have an ongoing project to find out their chemical structure. This is not easy, since they are nearly indelible, and very difficult to remove from skin, fabrics and carpets. On skin, they last up to 2 weeks. On fabrics, they are there pretty much forever, as far as we can tell.
    You brought up an interesting point about pets; we will see if any markings can be found on them as well, although I have not read about this in the literature.

    March 26, 2011 at 10:42 am

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