Nathaniel Mauka, Staff Writer
Waking Times

Imagine a cow being branded on a farm. Now imagine your family dog being micro-chipped so he can be returned to his owners if lost. The next logical step from these commonly accepted practices include the tagging and observation of you. The only question is who is doing the tagging?

There are numerous individuals who have been subjected to scientific experimentation in order to remove what are said to be alien implants from their bodies. Mainstream science has largely ignored these claims, as many of them have been debunked, but the precedence for implanting foreign objects into the human body for purposes of manipulation and control is well established.

Stanford University scientists have already figured out how to beam power wirelessly to tiny, rice-sized implants placed inside the human brain. These micro-implants were created under the auspices of acting as sensors to the brain, heart, liver, gut and other mechanisms in the body in order to report results back to a doctor, but there are obviously other implications for such technologies.

Unlike a pacemaker that sits just under the skin, and can often cause irritation, alien micro-implants that were surgically removed by doctors were found to be enveloped in a skin-like membrane that helps to keep the device in place without the body’s rejection of it.

Alien implants are thought to be a way for other civilizations to tag and locate human subjects for research. X-rays, CAT scans and photographs have documented odd-looking devices from the size of a pea, to much larger technologies which have several moving components.

These implants are often atomically aligned, often create a very powerful electromagnetic field, and it seems that our own nerves grow into the implant itself, so when it is removed, it can feel as though a part of the body is going with it. One of the most commonly observed oddities concerning alien implants it that there is no inflammatory response in the body to the implant, and many patients who have them have no history of surgeries of any kind in their medical files.

Looking through an electron microscope at magnification levels of 100,000X, researchers have discovered that these implants are made of almost a dozen different elements, and when sent to metallurgy labs, the lab technicians do not recognize many of the elements they contain, some of which are fluorescent.

Moreover, many people who have claimed they have been implanted are ‘normal’ people who don’t want to draw attention to themselves and seem to be trying to assimilate into society as a common member of the human race. They have jobs, families, and money woes. Others have credible medical degrees, and have spent years researching the phenomenon of alien implants.

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