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137.7 MHz for your Alien implant seems ro be the proper frequency

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posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 04:22 AM
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This is not about a night time glowing Orb that no one can identify or a possibly faked UFO on a string; not even a great CGI video but it is about supposedly Alien technology in hand . They have narrowed down the Frequency these particular implants broadcast on 137.7 MHz. The video is interesting and well presented IMO..enjoy if interested youtu.be...

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posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 04:34 AM
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originally posted by: 727Sky
This is not about a night time glowing Orb that no one can identify or a possibly faked UFO on a string; not even a great CGI video but it is about supposedly Alien technology in hand . They have narrowed down the Frequency these particular implants broadcast on 137.7 MHz. The video is interesting and well presented IMO..enjoy if interested youtu.be...


I hate these claims because where is doctor Lears video's of these surgeries to back up the 3rd, 4th, or 5ths, etc parties claims about these surgeries? I know there is things on video with Lear but I do not recall any video of him conducting the experiment on the patient with the "implant" in his hand going outdoors to test the gauss meter or him having a video with peers also conducting similar tests on these "patients".

Too much BS in the ufo world these days almost like anything DC related.

Otherwise good thread for discussion bro.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:29 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky

Well, it then seems aliens are definitely stupid and know nothing on human biology. Only above the 433 Mhz band can electromagnetic waves pass through the body tissues with a low propagation loss. If the aliens use the 137 Mhz band, I'm afraid they will pick up no signal at all.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:30 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky
This is the kind of nonsense you get when you are closed-minded. An open-minded person would consider more possibilities for the frequencies (and other aspects of alleged "implants"), as explained here, but Dr. Leir was not open-minded, he stated himself that his mind was closed to skeptical ideas:

Alien Implants

Leir was serious about excluding from his process any viewpoints whose primary goal was anything other than supporting his preferred conclusion. Good analysis demands a non-ideological perspective. Any unbiased electrical engineer could have told him why he picked up the radio frequency.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:44 AM
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a reply to: Direne

I starred your post, I have no idea if what you stated is correct, but you seem pretty sure, and ATS has enough readers to pull you up if incorrect, so I look forward to any further responses you get to your point



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:57 AM
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originally posted by: Penhulahoop
a reply to: Direne

I starred your post, I have no idea if what you stated is correct, but you seem pretty sure, and ATS has enough readers to pull you up if incorrect, so I look forward to any further responses you get to your point


I have no idea if any of this is 100% or even 10% accurate but I do find the presentation entertaining enough to pass a few minutes listening. Many stories about implants and abductions but alas to most they are just stories that they want to ignore or call lies.

If just one UFO/UAP is Alien or one implant is of Alien origin then that is just the way it is.... With our current level of "one step pass the spear-chucker stage of development" there is not much we can do about it one way or the other.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 09:22 AM
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a reply to: 727Sky
Oh gosh I keep an open mind to anything lol, I gotta say interesting thread for sure, and you got me reading a bit!



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 09:49 AM
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Isn't it convenient that the analysis on the metal isn't available.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 10:30 AM
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a reply to: Direne

They describe it more like an oscillator, for example (a crystal oscillator or silicon oscillator) placed near sensitive nerve endings.

It doesn't sound like it's for transmitting outside the body, for that you would need a decent-size antenna and amplifier at 137Mhz lol. But not for a 137Mhz oscillator.

There are medical devices that can send nerve impulses with oscillators. sitn.hms.harvard.edu...

137.7 MHz Alien implant: Plausable!
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posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 10:54 AM
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a reply to: imitator

You are right, indeed. But if that were the case, the guys in the video could have simply excited the implant, and measured the output. However, using the quartz crystal within an oscillator requires more than just the crystal: you need the actual oscillator, which varies your DC into AC because the crystal requires AC to oscillate. And if you miniaturize the entire thing, then you would need to also miniaturize the power supply, and then there would be no way to generate the required voltage to drive the crystal.

You can have devices to generate the impulses (the nerve impulse), as you stated, but the problem is you also need the required circuits to synchronize the impulses, unless we don't care the implanted human to go through seizures...

Before considering the possibility of alien implants, we need to first decide on the possible use of those implants. They cannot be used for radiolocation for the reasons stated above. They could be used as passive resonators, that is, performing their nerve impulse triggering or blocking once excited by a external EMF. But that's a bad way to control a complex biological life form like humans: they work on neurotransmitters. The nerve impulses are simply used to trigger this or that neuron in order for the neuron to release this or that neurotransmitter, so it is better to implant humans with nanocapsules containing this or that neurotransmitter, and having the capsule to release those chems when exposed to a given external EMF.

However, this requires the implants to be in the very brain of those poor humans, and there is no way you can get the impants into the brain without surgery. And in the end, why the effort? What for?

There is one, and only one case in which I would use implants: to damage the brain in very specific areas (the Wernicke area, for instance) in order to have the brain outperforming in other areas. This is the way some brain tumors work. The problem is the human will eventually die.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 11:22 AM
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a reply to: Direne

I'm not saying it's an oscillator or a crystal oscillator, there are many types of oscillators. But if it behaves like one then it's plausible.

They don't sound like electrical engineers or have the qualifications to test alien implants, they used a Stud Finder and a cheap EMF detector lol... but then again they are doctors, so that could be understandable.

If it's an alien implant that oscillates near nerve endings... it could be used to stimulate the central nervous system. Maybe to relax them during an abduction, like acupuncture points that could release chemicals to stimulate the brain.

Who knows... just a thought.

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posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 12:11 PM
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Except that you need to abduct him/her in the first place to put the implant, which means the first implant was made without the help of a relaxing implant, which means it makes no sense to put any implant as the first abduction was already made without it.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 01:14 PM
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a reply to: Direne

Right lol... Who knows what aliens are thinking? Maybe the first abduction is traumatic, but the follow-ups are not... because of the implants.

It still could be used to stimulate the brain for other nefarious reasons, or experimental research to see how humans behave toward alien tech.

Endless possibilities.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 01:21 PM
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a reply to: Direne

That's right, but consider, when you're in ICU in hospital and need medication & fluids, they setup a temporary fixed access to the veins too.

And that allows them, besides repeatedly puncturing veins, to work on you while you are sleeping, you would not notice them doing anything. But if they poke you with a needle everytime, you certainly wake up.

I know it's not the exact same though, but think about it. Not saying this is happening, just playing devils advocate here.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 02:03 PM
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In a way, I consider more interesting the reverse case, that is, how would humans go in examining a captive alien. I reckon it won't be easy (it is a biohazard, it can also become a mind-bursting life form. it can be extremely hostile, etc.)

More interesting is to figure out what brain implants would be useful for humans to implant into the alien's brain. Assuming all tissue analyses have been performed, all biofluids have been tested via ELISA, all GC analysis have been performed, all PET. SPECT, TAC, and NMR have been run on its brain, all X-Ray pictures taken, all DNA LCR and PCR tests haven been conducted, and all biometric parameters recorded, and assuming you have already performed that analytical activity on at least a dozen of aliens, next step would be to conduct a thorough analysis of its brain activity.

Last step would be releasing the alien in a controlled environment to perform psychotests. But the question is: what implants would you deem necessary? Perhaps this exercise would throw some light about the workings of a hypothetical alien implant in humans. Sadly, you won't be able to conduct your tests with alien kids. They are scarce.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 04:43 PM
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Why jump to 'it's aliens'? You don't think scientists have the capability to implant humans?



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:19 PM
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Why jump to 'it's aliens'? You don't think scientists have the capability to implant humans?


Why call our Extra-Terrestrial brothers 'aliens' anyway? Isn't that a bit alienating and hostile, wouldn't it be better to treat our betters a bit better than THAT?

Also, are you SERIOUSLY trying to say that other planets' more civilized cultures do not have scientists?

Also also, I don't think anyone can 'implant humans'. You implant chips, not humans.

Just because you implant a chip INTO a bipedal entity's physical body doesn't make the implant itself a human.

It's like saying your car entered a human instead of the other way around.

With all due respect, your post makes no sense, sorry to say.

Lastly, our Elders living mostly on other planets, base ships and dimensions have historically been known to install/insert implants under the skin of many kinds of living creatures for all kinds of purposes (none of which are nefarious, mind you). It's not really a 'jump'.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 05:59 PM
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Is it possible for these beings to "manifest" an implant, no surgery needed?

Kind of like teleportation of the device to the desired locale?

That's my hypothesis on some of them anyway.



posted on Feb, 9 2022 @ 08:20 PM
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originally posted by: GENERAL EYES
Is it possible for these beings to "manifest" an implant, no surgery needed?

Kind of like teleportation of the device to the desired locale?

That's my hypothesis on some of them anyway.


If the stories are true about teleporting people through closed windows, walls, and roofs you may be 100% correct. Beam me up Scotty might be more possible than most could/would believe.



posted on Feb, 10 2022 @ 12:03 PM
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originally posted by: Shoujikina
a reply to: nugget1



Why jump to 'it's aliens'? You don't think scientists have the capability to implant humans?


Why call our Extra-Terrestrial brothers 'aliens' anyway? Isn't that a bit alienating and hostile, wouldn't it be better to treat our betters a bit better than THAT?

Also, are you SERIOUSLY trying to say that other planets' more civilized cultures do not have scientists?

Also also, I don't think anyone can 'implant humans'. You implant chips, not humans.

Just because you implant a chip INTO a bipedal entity's physical body doesn't make the implant itself a human.

It's like saying your car entered a human instead of the other way around.

With all due respect, your post makes no sense, sorry to say.

Lastly, our Elders living mostly on other planets, base ships and dimensions have historically been known to install/insert implants under the skin of many kinds of living creatures for all kinds of purposes (none of which are nefarious, mind you). It's not really a 'jump'.



What makes you so sure aliens- or whatever your preferred term- even exist? If they do, what makes you think they'd be visiting earth? If they have such advanced technology they wouldn't have to visit this planet to observe anything. Satellites can take a high rez picture from space that can read a license plate number, FGS. Isn't it possible much, if not all things blamed on ' distant travelers' (better?) is actually black ops technology being developed?

What better cover for nefarious doings than creating the 'it's aliens' cult? Well played, world governments.




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