TIME OUT ROFFMAN INTERVIEW: ALIEN METEORITE PARTS 1&2
This page was updated on 3/29/2021.
This interview discusses (1) whether Craig Ebrahimi’s 27-pound meteorite includes an alien embryo, (2) whether the embryo is the source of Covid-19, (3) how the meteorite traveled from Sooke, Canada to the Tianjin, China Center for Infectious Disease Control, (4) whether the Chinese mixed some of the viral genes in the sample with a coronavirus gene taken from bats in the Wuhan area to create a bio-weapon and (5) whether there is reason to suspect that Craig Ebrahimi is himself of alien origin (likely Nordic). I have included a link to the Ebrahimi email record which dates back before I first heard from him on January 26, 2020. Earlier emails were (in some cases by accident) forwarded to me by Craig. Significant supporting program links and attachments are to be found here.
The key emails on the link above are on January 26, 2020 when Craig first contacted me about having the only pristine extraterrestrial embryo on the planet at the University of Victoria BC, on February 12, 2020 when he wrote about him having a possible alien blood type, on March 15, 2020 when Professor Wickramasinghe wrote Craig about him having the possible cure (to Covid) and on July 12, 2020 when, after I showed Craig evidence that Wickramasinghe stole a sample of Craig's meteorite, Craig warned him he was "far from human." During the interview I showed a linkedin page from Craig where it looks like he refers to himself as "the trillion dolllar man." Craig now claims that the text was written by someone named DAN PENA. He is not yet clear about how Pena got it onto Craig's site, but text was only listed briefly. Anyway, Craig has worked hard to try to sell his meteorite. He has advertised it to me as being like the fountain of youth. Whether he thinks it is the cure for aging of Covid is not 100% clear due to the wording of Wickramasinghe's email, but Wickramasinghe was clearly working on the pandemic that he had accurately predicted shortly after receiving a sample of Craig's meteorite.