Tuesday, January 18th, 2011 – 8:00 p.m.
At the Unitarian Universalist Church
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Join us as Dr. Roger Leir shares his latest findings on implants and related topics. His organization, A&S Research, uses the scientific approach to study alien abductees who have been implanted with artificial communication devices. Ph.D. level scientists at A&S have taken an in-depth look at the construction of these devices and now have a better understanding of how they are put together and what their purpose might be.
To date, they have performed 16 surgeries for removal of these objects. All of them have undergone the scrutiny of academic science in some of the world’s most prestigious laboratories, such as Los Alamos National Labs, New Mexico Tech, The University of Toronto, York University and many others. The results have not only been astounding but have now provided a better understanding of the visitors who are responsible for their implantation. With the help of such notable scientists as Robert Koontz, Ph.D. nuclear physics, Gerald Sherman, Ph.D. nuclear physics, Alex Moser, Ph.D. Material Science and our Chief Scientist, Steve Colbern, Dr. Leir is now able to put forth a theory which addresses some of our most fundamental questions about ETs. Dr. Leir would like to dedicate this presentation to the brave scientists who have stuck their necks out and put their livelihoods at risk to help with this research.
Questions that will be addressed at the this lecture:
- Where do the visitors to this planet come from?
- What is their purpose for coming here?
- How many different groups of beings are coming here?
- What is the extent of their scientific development?
Leir believes that at this point, we should accept the fact this planet has been visited by intelligences from elsewhere for thousands of years and that this interaction has been ongoing. He believes we must learn as much as possible about them as we can–before open contact occurs. Dr. Leir’s organization, A&S Research, now has a scientific advisory board composed of some of the worlds leading scientists, at least one of whom will join him at this lecture.
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