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Has 'Patient Seventeen' given us proof for the existence of Extraterrestrial Life?

Published: 30 JUNE 2018 09:23AM

Words by AC Speed | Senior Editor


PATIENT SEVENTEEN is a new documentary by renowned independent filmmaker, Jeremy Corbell. It follows the story of an American man about to have an alleged implant removed from his leg by Dr Roger Leir.

Leir, well know in the ufo community, claims to have removed 16 alien implants over the course of 2 decades, this being the seventeenth.


Patient Seventeen believes that from an early age he has had several experiences with intelligent life, not of this planet.

An important observation to note about Patient Seventeen, is that throughout the film he shows a clear indication for wanting to find evidence of this, “object” being from an Earthly origin. A man of Christian faith, he doesn’t seem to share the enthusiasm of others in hoping the implant is exotic in anyway.

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Patient Seventeen - “My life had been normal, but it did get thrown into a storm once I met these UFO folks”

Corbell - “You met Dr Leir, do you trust him?”

P17 - “I don’t trust anybody in today’s world”

What was removed from Patient Seventeen?

After making a small incision just below the patient’s knee and having a surgical poke around, Leir removes an extremely tiny black object from Patient Seventeen. About the size of the end of a matchstick.

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The sample is then sent to an Electron Scanning Microscopy Lab to undergo a range of tests to determine what the object is. Alien implant or a small shard of metal that somehow became lodged in the patient’s limb?

Patient Seventeen - “My world will not be turned upside down. I just wanna live my life”.

The sample underwent analysis at SEAL Laboratories (now EAG) in, Los Angeles, CA.

It appears the only tests undertaken here were to simply determine the chemical composition of the object. From here the crew and Patient Seventeen took the sample to someone else to have those results interpreted.

Corbell & Leir take the sample to, Steve Colbern, a material scientist who works with nanotechnology.

After some research we discovered Colbern is listed as, “Senior Member of Technical Staff” at YTC America since March of 1999.

He also appears to hold several patents under his name for work with carbon nanotubes. Colbern also holds a degree in Chemistry from UCLA, class of 89.

Colbern states - “It’s probably a sophisticated nanotechnological device, rather than just a fragment of something”.

The next step is for the sample to undergo ICP analysis which will give the team isotopic ratios and tell them, “whether the material is from off-planet”.

Is the Patient Seventeen Implant Alien?

Colbern on reading the results:

“We’ve got quite a few elements here...I see boron, sodium, magnesium...titanium...iron’s a major component”.

He continues:

“Cobalt, nickel, copper, zinc, gallium, germanium….”.

Colbern then states - “Gallium and germanium are indicative of the presence of meteoric iron”.

They also find, ‘Lanthanum’ and ‘Yttrium’, rare earth elements. The team also find palladium, again indicating the presence of meteoric iron.

Patient Seventeen - “Could that be a piece of steel fragment from my past or…?”

Colbern - “We have a total of 36 elements here, so that is quite complex”. Colbern then states, “most industrial allows don’t have nearly that many elements in them”.

“The isotopic ratios of Zinc 64 and Zinc 66 would indicate that these elements are not made from materials found here on Earth”.

Based on the ICP analysis of the object, Colbern is convinced they have enough evidence to confidently claim the object is made from materials not normally found on Earth

Whilst this doesn't prove it was made by an Alien race, it does give more weight to the argument that the object is potentially composed of material not normally found on this planet. It wouldn't be impossible though for a meteorite made up of exotic elements to land on Earth.

More Analysis

Next, Corbell takes the results to a nanophysicist called, Chris Cooper known for his research in the field of cold fusion.

Cooper - “There is nothing I can imagine that could explain why this man would have a witches’ brew of elements within a sample embedded in his leg”.

He goes on to discuss some of the elements found in the object:

“Yttrium is the material used in making superconductors. We have huge amounts of yttrium inside this, and it’s extremely toxic.

Machining superconductors, you have to wear masks and gloves because the powder is deadly.”

Corbell put the question to Cooper - “Are these elements unique in any way, just the elements themselves?”

Cooper - “Oh absolutely, this is the most astounding array of elements in a simple sample I’ve ever seen.”

Cooper, the nanophysicist states - “Somebody went to a great deal of effort to create this object...”

So, whilst it does appear to be an object comprised of exotic elements and with a complexity indicating it must have been “fabricated” at the hands of an intelligence, we still do not know the actual nature of the object, where it came from or what it does.

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