posted on Nov, 15 2008 @ 06:52 PM
Here is another potential connection for you:
Fluorescence Found on Abductees
The primary fluorescence found on abductees is in the brilliant yellow-green region of the visible spectrum. A commercially obtained hand held UV
Backlight was used to visualize fluorescence found on various body sites of abductees. These sites include: the arm, forearm, shoulder, behind ear,
breasts, back of calves, hands, chin, chest, vaginal opening, pubic hair, dog hair, and also inside the mouth and on the tongue itself. Most
fluorescence is subdermal, although occasionally some fluorescence spots could be wiped away, yet most is retained within the skin suggesting an
external application and diffusion mechanism through the dermal layers.
Less common types of fluorescence emit in the red-pink (hot pink) region and are found primarily on the hands, fingers, palms and neck region of
abductees. These abductees report handling and cuddling of infant alien/human hybrid creatures. This is also subdermal. Less common fluorescence is
white, light blue and lavender. White has been found in the mouth and oral mucous membranes and tongue. Lavender fluorescence has been found on the
forearm. All fluorescence was visualized using a simple commercially available UV(A) hand held black light in a darkened enclosed area. Most
fluorescence faded anywhere between 1 and 4 days. (See chart of fluorescence findings.)
Here is a quick look at Bioluminescence in insects;
A follow up to this after glow effect in abductees could shed some light as to whether or not this phenomenon has a slightly more terrestrial culprit
Unfortunately I am unable to locate any chemical analysis on the fluorescence substance found on abductees. It would also be interesting to find
out how prevelant this fluorescence is among active abductee cases. Is it a rare or common occurence?
Also a toxicology report on some blood samples may yield some interesting results, especially if blood is drawn within a few hours of an abduction and
before the abductee has eaten anything.