Friday, January 25, 2019

"Implants" which have been analysed.


Introduction

The possibility of finding an “implant” in the human body, which turns out to be of “alien origin,” has fascinated a number of researchers for years. This preliminary catalogue brings together a number of instances where an analysis of some sort was conducted on what was believed to be such an “implant.” It is a far from complete collection, merely a starting point to engage other researchers in contributing other such accounts. I welcome additional accounts via keithbasterfield@yahoo.com.au

Source: Pritchard, Andrea, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey & Claudia Yapp (Eds.) Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference held at M.I.T. Cambridge, Mass.: North Cambridge Press, 280-295.

Date: 1990.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Male.
Circumstances: Schuessler reported attending the 1990 MUFON Symposium at which he met an individual who shared with him the results of an analysis of an object from a man’s nose.
Description of implant: None given.
Analysis: Not known.
Source: Schuessler, John (1990). The Implant Enigma Part II. UFO Potpourri, number 344.

Date: 1991.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Male.
Circumstances: Schuessler noted a case where a man had a nasal passage x-ray of a suspected implant.
Description of implant: None given.
Analysis: It turned out to be a ‘marker’ used in the x-ray process.
Source:  Schuessler, John. (1991). The Implant Puzzle. MUFON UFO Journal 279 (Jul), pp10-11.

Date: 1993.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Leah Haley
Circumstances: In the middle of a range of experiences, after brushing her teeth in September 1991, an object was felt, protruding from her gum. Using her finger-nail she extracted an object which was sent to John Carpenter for analysis.
Description of implant: “...looked like a flat piece of brass, square except for one small corner missing.”
Analysis: “Analysis of the object that emerged from my gum in September 1991, was completed in May, 1992. Photographs were taken using a scanning electron microscope. An energy dispersive spectroscopy scan was also done. The data suggested that the material was approximately 80% copper and 20% zinc with small traces of aluminum and silica. The object weighed approximately 6 milligrams. It was roughly 0.16cm square and 0.03cm thick. It did not react to a magnetic field and showed no radioactivity. In essence the analysis showed that the material was consistent with common brass.”
Source: Haley, Leah A. (1993).  Lost Was the Key.  Tuscaloosa, Ala.: Greenleaf.  pp 128 & 157.

Date: 1993.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Female.
Circumstances: A woman, on 8 Dec 92, who is said to have been part of a “mass abduction” incident, reported an implant behind an eye.
Description of implant: The particle, mustard seed size, was given to Derrel Sims.
Analysis: Analysis of the 1-1.5mm long by 0.25-0.5mm high, by 0.25-0.5mm wide object indicated it was hollow. Primary constituents were carbon and oxygen. Silicon, barium & titanium were present followed by traces of beryllium, sulphur and aluminum. The material was electrically non-conductive and shown not to be biological. “The substance is most likely a high molecular weight organic compound. Polymers (plastics) are the most likely compound to fit the elemental profile.”
Source: Lewis, Dr. R. Technical Analysis report dated 20 Apr 93, taken from an undated issue of HUFON Report Newsletter.

Date: 1993.
Location: Australia.
Reporter: “Ron’s son.”
Circumstances: On 4 Mar 1992, “Ron” woke to see his 10 year old son, being floated past Ron’s bedroom door, guided by a misty alien form. Later, at breakfast, his son coughed up a piece of “metal” a centimetre in length.
Description of implant: Piece of “metal” a centimetre in length.
Analysis: Analysed at Curtin University, it was found to be a very unusual combination of nickel, silver, zinc, copper, cobalt and ytterbium. The conclusion, however, was that the object was terrestrial, perhaps part of an electronic probe manufactured in Sweden.
Source: (1) Richards, Brian /UFORUM cited in UFO Research Australia Research Digest.  33 Mar/Apr 93. (2) UFORA Research Digest 35, Jul/Aug 93.

Date: 1994.
Location: USA.
Reporter:  24 year old female.
Circumstances: “I have myself studied a 1/2 to 1/4 inch thin, wiry object that was given to me by one of my clients, a twenty-four year old woman, after it came out of her nose following an abduction experience
Description of implant:
½ to ¼ inch thin, wiry object.
Analysis: Elemental analysis and electron microscope photographs revealed an interestingly twisted fibre consisting of carbon, silicon, oxygen, no nitrogen, and traces of other elements. A carbon isotopic analysis was not remarkable. A nuclear biologist colleague said the “specimen was not a naturally occurring biological object but could be a manufactured fibre of some sort.”
Source: Mack, John (1994). Abduction. London: Simon & Schuster. p 42.

Date: 1994.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Richard Price.
Circumstances: Richard Price recalls an abduction at age 8, when lying on a table an object was implanted in his penis (2:280). It was observed in his penis in 1981 by a doctor. In 1989 it dislodged and was given to David Pritchard.
Description of implant: 1 by 3mm object.
Analysis: Laboratory examinations of the 1 by 3 mm object were conducted. The overall conclusion was that: “All of the results obtained at MIT indicate that the Price artifact...is of terrestrial biological origin.” (2:295)
Sources: (1) OMNI Apr 1995:47-48. (2) Pritchard, Andrea, David E. Pritchard, John E. Mack, Pam Kasey & Claudia Yapp (Eds.) Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference held at M.I.T. Cambridge, Mass.: North Cambridge Press, 280-295.
  
Date: 1995.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Betty Stewart Dagenais.
Circumstances: In 1989, an object was removed from behind the left ear of a close encounter witness. She had been aware of the object, but did not want it removed from her body while she was alive. Betty reported tones in her ear where the object was placed, and had numerous close encounter experiences.
Description of implant: 1mm diameter, dark coloured object.
Analysis: On 6 January 1995 the object was examined by Canadian Engineer George Hathaway, using a scanning electron microscope. It was found to be primarily composed of aluminum, titanium and silicon, with traces of iron, potassium, calcium, sulphur, chlorine and sodium. 
Source: Fenwick, L J. (1995.) “Implant probed in Canada by scanning electron microscope.” Flying Saucer Review, Volume 40, number 4, pp22-23 of digital image.

Date: 1995.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Not known.
Circumstances: “Pritchard...knows of one other penile implant case; upon examination...”
Description of implant: Not known.
Analysis:  Calcified, damaged tissue of terrestrial, and human origin.
Source: OMNI Magazine April 1995. p48.

Date: 1996.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Not known.
Circumstances: Expelled from a witness’ nose.
Description of implant: An organic, plastic-like, three-lobed fibre with an internal structure organized into intricate layers in a seemingly irregular manner. The specimen was a “tough,” pinkish-coloured, one inch long, kinky, wire like object. A pathologist found it to be about twenty to thirty microns in thickness, and it could be stretched out more than three inches. It was reported to have a gelatinous sheath with bumpy outcroppings; it was clearly not a hair. A radiologist found it to be radiolucent, thus not metallic. Neither the pathologist nor the radiologist was able to identify the object, so further tests were done.
Analysis: Using the scanning electron microscope for energy dispersive spectroscopy showed the specimen to consist primarily of carbon and oxygen, with carbon being the dominant element. It was, in short, a carbon fibre filament filled with hollow area.”
Source: (1) Strieber, Whitley. (1998). Confirmation. London: Simon & Schuster. p236. (2) Originally at http://www.strieber.com/Implant/research.html#betty My copy dated 6 Nov 96. Link no longer valid.

Date: 1996.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Jesse Long.
Circumstances: In 1957, Jesse Long and his brother encountered a man, a “little round house” and a “praying mantis” being. In 1996, Strieber contacted Long who it turned out had an object removed from his leg in May 1989. The removal was videotaped and photographed.
Description of the implant: Examination of the object by Dr William Mallow of the Mind-Science Foundation showed it to be “A glass-like fragment resembling the shard of a broken bottle; about 1.5cm long, 3mm wide tapering to 1mm at the tip, and 1 to 1.5mm thick; colorless and slightly clouded...”
Analysis: “The exact formula for the implant is: silicon, 99.3 percent; potassium, 0.02 percent; calcium 0.27 percent; and iron, 0.03 percent...” In summary, “So it was now strange on three levels: (1) it wasn’t  Bioglass, but it had not been rejected by the body; (2) it was an unusual formula with a very high amorphous silica content and strange surface features; and (3) it was electrically conductive which should have been impossible.”
Source: Strieber, Whitley. (1998). Confirmation. New York: Simon & Schuster. pp197-220.

Date: 1996.
Location: USA.
Reporter: “Patricia Connely”
Circumstances:  A surgical examination on 19 Aug 1995, of “Patricia Connely’s” left foot revealed a small, dark greyish object. “It appeared to be triangular or star shaped.” Approx 1/2 by 1/2 cm in size. A second object was removed from the same big toe, shape of “a small cantaloupe seed and covered with the same dark grey, dense membrane.” Size 2-4mm. Both objects fluoresced a bright green under a UV light. They appeared to be metallic. She was abducted approx 27 years ago and only recently became aware of the implant. (1)
Description of implant: Small, dark grey. Triangular or star shaped. ½ by ½ cm.
Analysis: Metallurgical analysis was undertaken by Los Alamos National Laboratories. Further tests were conducted at New Mexico Tech. “The T-shaped object is composed of two small metallic rods. The horizontal portion contains an iron core which is harder than the finest carbide steel. This rod is magnetic. The iron core is covered by a complex layer of elements which forms a cladding. One portion of the cladding has a crystalline band which encircles the rod...It would seem these are structural objects which serve a purpose...” (3)
Source: (1) Leir, Roger K. (1996). In search of hard evidence. MUFON UFO Journal Apr No 336 pp9-12 & 15. (2) Originally at “Implants” http://www.anw.com/saber/medical. htm My copy dated 10 Jan 1997. Link no longer valid.  (3) Leir, Roger K. (1998). Alien Implants: A 1998 update. MUFON UFO Journal. June. No. 362. pp3-8.

Date:  1996.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Pat Parrinello.
Circumstances: A surgical procedure on 19 Aug 1995 of a male (Pat) abductee’s left hand located a small cantaloupe seed sized object-2-4mm. It fluoresced a bright green under a UV light and appeared to be metallic. “...at the age of six, walked out of his house in a field, and saw a UFO; a round object the size of a basketball approached him. As he turned to move away from it, the object exploded and embedded a piece of metal into his left hand.”
Description of implant: Small cantaloupe seed sized object-2-4mm.
Analysis: Metallurgical analysis was undertaken by Los Alamos National Laboratories. Further tests were conducted at New Mexico Tech. (3) Details of the results published so far in the sources below are confused.
Source: (1). Leir, Roger K. (1996). In search of hard evidence MUFON UFO Journal Apr No 336:9-12&15.  (2) “Implants” http:/www.anw.com/saber/medical.htm My copy dated 10 Jan 97. Link no longer valid. (3) Leir, Roger K. (1998). Alien Implants: A 1998 update. MUFON UFO Journal. June. No. 362. pp3-8. (4) Leir, Roger K. (1999). The Aliens and the Scalpel. Columbus, NC: Granite Publishing. p164. (“Paul.”)

Date: 1998.
Location: United Kingdom.
Reporter: Female.
Circumstances:  “We ourselves have actually come into possession of an “object” that was ejected from the nasal cavity of a woman personally known to us, which was examined under the scanning electron microscope...it was certainly unusual for a fragment of ‘hydrocarbon plastic” to look like what the photos showed...” no bigger than this - not magnetic,
Description of implant: “...but when scanned...appears as this shape pointed perfect on the one end with a ‘hook’ on the other...”
Analysis: Was analyzed at Manchester University and found to be hydrocarbon.
Source: Hanson, John (1998). Personal communication. 14 Aug.

Date: 1998.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Whitley Strieber.
Circumstances: Following an episode on 24 May 1995 involving a visitation by two entities Strieber noted his “...left ear began to hurt.” He suspected an implant and surgery was conducted on 9 Oct 97 and showed “...a discrete white oval shape...”
Description of implant: “...a discrete white oval shape...”
Analysis: Analysis was conducted on what was believed to be a piece of the mass. It indicated “...appeared to be collagen...it contained crystals...of calcium carbonate or possibly calcium phosphate...”
Source: Strieber, Whitley (1998). Confirmation.  New York: Simon & Schuster. pp 226-232.

Date:  2005.
Location: USA.
Reporter:  Female.
Circumstances:  
Claimed alien visitation. Found “object” in her mouth.
Description of implant: Small gray pellet.
Analysis:
Object was a 7 ½ lead shot from a shotgun shell.
Source: Budinger, P A. Frontier Analysis Ltd. Technical Service Response no. UT 041.

Date: 2006.
Location: USA.
Reporter: Female.
Circumstances: While showering, an object fell out of her nose.
Description of implant: Irregular shaped.
Analysis: A man made polymer, probably plastic.
Source: Budinger, P A. Frontier Analysis Ltd.  Technical Service Response no. UT 048.

Date: 2012.
Location: Pennsylvania, USA.
Reporter: Not known.
Circumstances: Small fibre removed from the back of an experiencer.
Description of implant: Fibre was part of a multi component mixture.
Analysis:
A fibre, “It could not be identified because of the interference of the other components. However, it is speculated to be of plant origin.”
Source Budinger, P A. Frontier Analysis Ltd.  Technical Service Response no. UT 092.

Date: Not known.
Location: Utah, USA.
Reporter: Male.
Circumstances: The reporter contacted the investigator about a lump in his leg. A doctor removed the lump, and the reporter sent it to NIDS. NIDS sent it to EarthTech International for analysis.
Description of implant: A reddish lump with surrounding white tissue. When cut, there was a hard object in the centre.
Analysis: The metal object was subjected to x-ray fluorescence spectroscopy. It was probably a piece of steel which “flew into Mr X’s leg at some time in the distant past.”
Source:
Little, Scott. Undated. “Analysis of an Alleged Implant. Found on archived NIDS website.

2 comments:

  1. Richard Price attended the Abduction Study Conference at MIT in 1992 (of which David Pritchard was a sponsor). He was walking around showing people his implant in a tiny plastic box, with a magnifier built-in. It looked like a Medieval reliquary where you might display the remains of a saint. I scrutinized it, but it was tiny and didn't look like anything.

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