Source: Alien Paradigm Blogspot, Jan 5, 2010
Posted here: Wednesday, June 15, 2011 @ 9:00 AM
The Alien DNA Paradigm – an introduction
This research programme began as an attempt to test the reality of alien abduction claims by applying a scientific forensic focus. The Peter Khoury case study was found to have startling implications apart from confirming the credibility of Peter Khoury’s experience. It provided a breakthrough focus on the possible nature of the alien beings that may be involved and what may be going on in alien abduction experiences. Further, the extraordinary case study revealed a fascinating opportunity at focusing on an alien DNA paradigm and ultimately a global alien DNA nexus, where-in evidence is indicating that there appears to have been “intelligent intervention” by what we refer to as aliens, and that evidence for this may also be found in human DNA signatures, particularly among those indigenous cultures that have potent claims of “sky being” lore, and areas with rich and long historical focuses of UFO activity.
The World’s first DNA PCR investigation of Biological Evidence from an Alien Abduction (this paper was circulated in 2001. It is used here to provide a brief introduction to the “Hair of the Alien” case study. It is followed by an updated (2009) introduction to the 4 phases of the Alien DNA Paradigm investigation with the Khoury case study as its cornerstone and catalyst)
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