Dr. Garry Nolan, a professor in the Department of Pathology at the Stanford University School of Medicine, recently shared a theory that some of the non-human intelligence (or aliens) that people encounter might actually be capable of manipulating and altering what we can see.
Nolan’s areas of research include cancer, leukemia, autoimmunity, and “computational approaches for network and systems immunology.” He has a PhD from Stanford in genetics and a postdoctoral fellowship from MIT in biochemistry. Nolan is also the founder of a number of biotechnology companies, and was recognized as one of the top 25 inventors at Stanford. He was recently featured in Stanford’s magazine in July 2023 for his UFO research.
In July 2022, Nolan sat down for an interview with journalist Ross Coulthart, who was also the first TV journalist to interview UFO whistleblower David Grusch. The interview was just released by 7 News in mid-December 2023.
The theory about aliens’ manipulating what we can see came up near the end of the interview, starting at around 1:02:30.
Coulthart brought up a document called “Slide 9” that was allegedly accidentally left on Chris Mellon’s website. (Mellon is the former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Intelligence. He was also on the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.) A British researcher found the document, which was a briefing memo prepared by members of the UFO task force for the Undersecretary of Defense.
“The key thing about it, is that it advises that whatever the phenomenon is, it’s capable of manipulating human perception, human consciousness,” Coulthart commented. “It can make us see things that aren’t there.”
Sounds like the mainstream corporate media.
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