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Proof Of Extraterrestrial Life: Alien DNA Evidence Recovered By Abductee/Contactee
An Alien Hair Sample?
In 1971, Peter Khoury was just seven years of age and experienced his first UFO encounter. Peter, in addition to seven other children, had gone up to the flat rooftop of his neighbor's house to play.
Peter was the last one of the children to walk through the door leading out onto a rooftop and upon walking through the door Peter was stunned to see all of his friends frozen like statues in front of him, whilst an egg-shaped spacecraft was hovering above them. All seven of the children later found themselves on the ground floor with no memory of the event, even though a considerable amount of time had passed.
Many years later, in February 1988, husband and wife, Peter and Vivian Khoury both witnessed a strange light in the sky performing unusual maneuvers seemingly in conjunction with a white beam of light.
Just four months after witnessing the strange phenomena Peter Khoury was laying on his bed when suddenly he started to feel a strange sensation beginning at his feet and gradually moving up through his body up to his head until eventually he had become paralyzed. The only part of his body he could move was his eyes and upon looking around him he noticed that there were suddenly many beings surrounding him.
One of the beings was described as being tall, thin and golden-yellow in color with large black eyes. The being injected what seemed like a large hypodermic needle into the side of Peter's head and he blacked out. Upon waking up after his experience Khoury rushed into the living room to find that his brother had also fallen asleep which was unusual, he didn't usually sleep in the day, and he claimed that he felt "switched off".
Peter's brother noticed that there was some dry blood on the side of his head and what seemed to be biopsy marks and it soon became apparent, although it felt like only ten minutes to both of them, that in reality several hours had passed.
Khoury later went to his doctor to explain the incident but his doctor just laughed off the alien abduction scenario and said that he must have hit his head in work.
Peter Khoury had great difficulty in trying to find some kind of support regarding the phenomenon he was experiencing and, as with many people, his experiences continued further. In July 1992, Khoury had another experience which proved to be extremely disturbing for him.
He had already suffered a head injury after being violently assaulted at work and wasn't feeling too well, so he dropped his wife Vivian off then went home to lie down. Upon awakening he was shocked to see two mysterious naked women sat at the bottom of his bed. One of the women was described as being Asian looking whilst the other woman was described as being Nordic looking, although both of them had very odd features.
The Nordic woman had a long face with a pointy chin, her eyes were blue and two to three times the size of a normal Earthly human being and she was over 6-ft tall. Her skin color was light and she had oddly blown up wispy blonde hair. The Nordic looking woman had almost completely black eyes and black hair.
The Nordic-looking woman pulled Peter's head towards her breasts a total of three times and upon each attempt Peter had pulled away. Upon the third attempt and due to the shock and disorientation Khoury was experiencing he bit on her nipple and seemingly actually swallowed a piece.
The alien woman seemed confused but did not appear to be experiencing any pain and there was no blood whatsoever. However, she looked at the other alien being who was present and seemed to convey to her that this is not what was supposed to happen. Khoury had a coughing fit then looked up to find that both women had mysteriously vanished.
Due to the coughing fit Peter went to the bathroom to get a drink of water and also went to the toilet only to find that it was painful for him to urinate. He discovered that this was due to a blonde hair which he found wrapped tightly under his foreskin.
Khoury removed the hair and placed in a sealed plastic bag; the hair was nothing like his wife's hair. In 1996 the hair was supplied to the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group (APEG) ran by Bill Chalker for scientific analysis.
A year later, Chalker released the results of the world's first ever PCR DNA profiling of an alien biological hair sample. It was concluded that the DNA evidence revealed in continuing study appears to have profound implications for the nature of the reality behind the abduction experiences.
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DNA Test Results
The DNA analysis confirmed that the hair came from someone who was biologically similar to standard human genetics but of an unusual racial type - rare Chinese Mongoloid which is one of the rarest human lineages known to man that lies even further away from the human mainstream than any other, apart from African pygmies and aboriginals.
The study concluded:
"The most probable donor of the hair must therefore be as (Khoury) claims: a tall blonde female who does not need much color in her hair or skin, as a form of protection against the sun, perhaps because she does not require it."
The original DNA work was done on the shaft of the hair. Fascinating further anomalies were found in the root of the hair.
Two types of DNA were found depending on where the mitochondrial DNA testing occurred, namely confirming the rare Chinese type DNA in the hair shaft and indicating a rare possible Basque/Gaelic type DNA in the root section. In addition the hair sample showed that it contained 2 deleted genes for the CCR5 protein and no intact gene for normal undeleted CCR5 - this CCR5 deletion factor has been implicated in AIDS resistance.
Perhaps even more controversial is the fact that we have findings suggestive of nuclear DNA indicating possible viral resistance. The nature of the findings suggest that there may be a very real connection with archeological findings, ancient cultures and myths such as Taklamakan mummies in China and the Gaelic Irish tales of the Tuatha da Dannan.
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