Peter Khoury & Hair of an Alien?

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  1. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I would like to present my 'digging' and findings of the hair of an alien case involving Peter Khoury, here from Bill Chalker's archive you can read about this case if you are unaware of the details;

    STRANGE EVIDENCE BY BILL CHALKER

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    THE WORLD'S FIRST DNA PCR INVESTIGATION OF BIOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FROM AN ALIEN ABDUCTION

    "A Sydney, Australia abduction experience from 1992, with biological evidence, became the subject of the world's first DNA PCR "alien abduction" related investigation, yielding intriguing results that have suggested fascinating new lines of investigation and speculation." (full story on the link)

    The key word for me is 'speculation' since the DNA has never been proven to be of alien origin...The CCR5 mutation seems to originate in Northern Europe as this research paper suggests; Evolutionary genetics: CCR5 mutation and plague protection...Two other papers shows the percentages of CCR5 mutation distribution in the East Asia regions, one Distribution of three HIV-1 resistance-conferring polymorphisms (SDF1-3'A, CCR2-641, and CCR5-delta32) in global populations and Distribution of the CCR5 Gene 32-Base Pair Deletion and CCR5 Expression in Chinese Minorities...While it is rare, there seems to be a very small percentage of this mutation throughout Asia and the mongoloid populations...

    A study in 2000, Polymorphisms of chemokine receptor alleles influencing genetic susceptibility to HIV-1 infection in Mongolia population in China shows the percentages to be and I quote,"The frequencies of the three alleles were as following: CCR5-Delta32 1.1%, CCR2b-64I 24.8% and SDF1-3''A 22.0% respectively. Distribution of the three mutant alleles among the Mongolian population was in accordance with Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium." Statistical analysis of that study shows a higher percentage of CCR2b-64I in females than in males and the homozygous mutations are very resistant to HIV...

    This is also possibly relevant, in reference to David Anthony in 'The Horse, The Wheel, and Language' steppe people in the Bug-Dniester and Yamna culture were Proto-Europoids mixed European and Mongoloid traits...The early Yamna settlers around the Danube basin were Proto-Europoids...

    In regard to Y-chromosome DNA haplogroups and from the links below, and if I am reading this proper, Mongoloid DNA is very much present in Nordic people compared to other Europeans...(example, 58,5% of Finish have N1c1 Haplogroup)...Many of the early Indo-Europeans were Proto-Europoids, meaning that they had mixed European and Mongoloid traits...Could this be a distinction between Nordic and European peoples?...

    European Y-DNA haplogroups frequencies by country - Eupedia

    ISOGG 2010 Y-DNA Haplogroup N

    I also found this very interesting:

    Dienekes' Anthropology Blog: Prehistoric Basques were closer to modern Near Easterners

    I have the feeling the 'alien' hair has nothing to do with an alien at all...Much of the DNA research that is published and what I have looked into points to a somewhat rare DNA, but human nonetheless...

    In reading the incident report, there are some puzzling things about this whole incident...According to Peter's diary; "after dropping off his wife, Khoury felt unwell and lay down on the bed to sleep"...Peter was on medication, so how much medication was he on at that particular time?...Did he lay down by himself or was he 'accompanied' by another woman?...The medications he was on and the doses does not always give way to clear thinking or balance psychologically and has different effects on different people...

    To quote, "Khoury was overcome with a coughing fit." and, "The coughing caused Khoury to go to the bathroom to get a drink of water. When he went to urinate he found it very painful to do so, due to, it turned out, some very fine blonde hair wrapped tightly under his foreskin. Khoury removed the hair and had the foresight to place it in a plastic sachet bag with a seal. He did that because he felt there was no way it should have been there. It was unlike his wife's hair"...But he was clear minded enough to keep the hair for study though...Why did he not think of forcing himself to throw up to get the skin he bit off the woman?...It was two strands of hair one about 10 cm long and the other 6 cm long and tightly wrapped around his foreskin or so he claims...

    To quote again, "Peter has had a couple of regression sessions. He is not really satisfied with any of the hypnotic recollections and feels more comfortable with the consciously recollected details, such as those of 1988 and 1992. Because of the bizarre and controversial nature of the 1992 episode, Peter was more comfortable describing his 1988 experience."

    He said he is not satisfied with the recollections?...What was said about that event under hypnosis?...Peter did not want to recall the main event of 1992, so under hypnosis he was not asked about it anymore?...Seems as if he is trying to hide something maybe?...

    If I may put some pieces together and this may be off but; the hair is human, rare possibly yes, but indeed human...He was under a lot of drugs and perhaps high doses as the bottle says to take so many a day and maybe he was taking more then prescribed...Was he also drinking alcohol?...The earlier 'visitations' of past years possibly may have happened which would give him the cover story, which could be this:

    On these medications, possibly depressed, possible other problems at home or psychologically that we do not know of could have led to a affair with one or two women and after he went to slept for who knows how long...He woke up coughing and went to urinate and it was painful...There may been more symptoms too at the moment but not noticed, which could be attributed to Prostatitis or other urinary problems attributed to the medications...Looking down because it hurt to urinate he saw the hair and possibly guilt came to him for cheating and used the visitation experiences from the past to cover his guilt...This could also explain when hypnotized that the event is not brought up anymore...Remember, he was using much medication then too...

    To quote again; "He is not really satisfied with any of the hypnotic recollections"...What was exactly said that he was not satisfied with?...Another thing, if I was to bite an alien and a piece of that alien came off in my mouth, I certainly would not swallow it...I am very curious to know what was said under hypnosis that he was not "satisfied" with and therefore was not brought up again...

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  2. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I have serious doubts over this case and after finding those DNA reports posted above, I am to conclude the hair points to a likely origin of Finland instead of extraterrestrial, a woman from Finland residing in or visiting Australia...The Finland origin was not chosen because of the colour of the hair but by the information on the 'rare' DNA belonging to the N1c1 haplogroup and by the research of haplogroups in Europe, the N1c1 is in 58.5% of Finland's population...That one simple fact cannot be denied and must be taken under consideration...

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  3. pigfarmer

    pigfarmer tall, thin, irritable

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    Rare and unusual isn't the same as impossible.
    Metamaterial or armpit hair something has stand out and clearly say 'not from here.' Hopefully not in the fourteenth decimal point of analysis.

    Very interesting breakdown though. All I could think of is that if we could instantly sample everyone's DNA maybe that sequence of substitutions wouldn't be as rare as it seems. Weird.

    If there are Nordic women out there doing these sorts of things I have a fair amount of free time next week.
     
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  4. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I know when I spoke to Bill Chalker about this case almost 10 years ago he insisted it was alien hair and thought I was a fool for thinking otherwise...

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  5. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    @Castle-Yankee54 Do you remember our discussions with Bill Chalker about this case?...It was about 9 or 10 years ago...

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  6. Castle-Yankee54

    Castle-Yankee54 Celestial

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    I remember him as a bit of an ass...….but he didn't want to present his evidence. He just wanted you to believe him without question. As best I recall he got mad at me for asking questions about details.....or even asking for the analytical report.
     
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  7. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    Yeah we asked numerous times about that analytical report but he never would provide it...

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  8. Double Nought Spy

    Double Nought Spy Easily Amused

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    That's surprising. He always seemed like a competent and professional researcher. I never did read his book.

    I have been surprised before by author/researcher types who don't seem to get the forum thing. Some of them seem to think non-famous forum participants are just random doofuses who have no right to question anything said or done or written by the demigods whose work is published, even if it's just in niche magazines or online. As if 90% of that stuff isn't bullshit to begin with.
     
  9. Kchoo

    Kchoo At Peace.

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    This is not that uncommon. Men and women have reportedly been having ‘dreams’ about this stuff for centuries.
    They are called many things besides ‘Alien’, but thier experiences have similarity. Their experiences have a suspiciou realness to the point that even priests and Nuns documented their experiences.

    It seemed so real, yet beyond ability to explain and fit into reality.

    Something very real happens to people, yet they struggle to explain it. They can’t define it in a sense of reality that is acceptable, and so it often gets labeled as as sleep paralysis or just a dream, or it is ignored and forgotten.

    I think it is mostly vivid dreams, but what I find interesting is that people are impacted greatly by these experiences, and can have very real feelings about it as if it were real.

    Humans are complex and struggle so much with trusting our own experiences, yet we can’t always ignore them either.

    It is so easy to discredit, yet easy to believe...

    What a fine mess...
     
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  10. nivek

    nivek As Above So Below

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    I agree, either can be easy, in this case the evidence is in the OP and very clearly shows otherwise than what is claimed...Unfortunately BC wasn't willing to provide the analytical report...

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