This article updates EBRAHIMI ROCKS - METEORITES WITH ALIEN FOSSILS? There is a claim of meteorites found in near Victoria, Canada in 2017 with at least one that contains what resembles fossils. The owner, Craig EBRAHIMI, contacted me on January 26, 2020. His name is the 10-letter Figure 2 axis term. Based on his account of what happened to him after he supposedly ate material from it, at least one rock may be a bio-hazard. Craig lost all his hair temporarily 3 days after ingesting powder from it. Curiously, in China before nurses go to Wuhan to treat patients they shave their heads because the virus lives in and is transfered via hair. At first I hesitated to cover his story, but it's somewhat supported by Figure 2 and lab results indicating that he has at least two meteorites. I'm concerned that by swallowing a possible non-terrestrial biological substance the encounter might threaten the world. Ebrahimi is aware of the constant monitoring of my site by Fort Huachuca/DoD and UK MoD sites. One of Craig's samples was sent to the Sir John Kotelawala Defence University in Sri Lanka where it was stolen after having been stored in an outhouse. Odds against Figure 2 were over six billion. What is meriting this rewrite and up date is shown on Figure 1 plus the bald nurse image. The place where Craig found his meteorites and where they are now being studied at the University of Victoria is not far (about 86 air miles) from the Seattle, Washington suburb of Kirkland. There 22 people in a nursing home have since died from the Coronavirus. Victoria is served by a daily ferry to and from Seattle. So this article will look at possible ways that the meteorites could have had a virus that reached Kirkland and or Wuhan. True, coronaviruses are not new on Earth, but they might all have a common origin in space.
On April 13, 2018 The New York Times reported that trillions upon trillions of viruses fall the sky every day. They state that:
Generally it’s assumed these viruses originate on the planet and are swept upward, but some researchers theorize that viruses actually may originate in the atmosphere. (There is a small group of researchers who believe viruses may even have come here from outer space, an idea known as panspermia.)
The Times understates our true knowledge of life from space. While (based on isotopes of oxygen) Craig's meteorites do not appear to come from Mars, my son (Dr. David A. Roffman) and I are part of a research team that has proven the existence of primitive life (likely from Earth) on Mars. Our Basic Report for Mars Correct: Critique of All Mars Weather Data was published on February 18, 2020 by the International Mars Society and may be found on their site at http://www.marspapers.org/paper/Roffman_2020.contrib.pdf. The most convincing proof of life on Mars is shown below as Figure 3. It was taken from an article by Rhawn Gabriel Joseph et al. that the Journal of Astrobiology asked my son and I to review and write a commentary about. Our response which proves that the spheres are not hematite but are in fact life was published in conjunction with the Joseph et al. article as Meteorological Implications: Evidence of Life on Mars?
KEY WORDS ON FIGURE 2 AND THEIR STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE. While I could not find METEORITE on the matrix, the top line open text (Genesis 19:24) is the one place in Torah that I and many others look to for a description of what might have been a small asteroid impact:
LORD caused to rain upon Sodom and upon Gomorrah BRIMSTRONE AND FIRE FROM THE LORD OUT OF HEAVEN;
Odds against the above verse being on the 950-letter matrix are about 321 to 1. But why else was I amazed enough to publish the matrix? When I analyze a bizarre claim, and Ebrahimi's claims (in full) are surely bizarre, I look at the data behind the claim and the person making the claim. Is he sane or does he have an agenda at odds with pure science? Craig initially expressed an agenda to get rich by selling his rock. That was not the primary cause of my concerns. Rather, it was that he claimed to have to eaten some of the material with two physical effects: temporary loss of hair and an increase in strength.
(1) The loss of all hair (alopecia) after three days. It grew back, he says, but I have no way of knowing whether he lost it due to the rock, or shaved it off himself. The rocks were tested for radioactivity. They had nothing beyond normal rates of background radiation. Besides radioactive thallium, there are multiple agents known to cause alopecia when found at toxic levels in the human body including heavy metals, selenium, boric acid, vitamin A, prescription drugs such as colchicine, botulinum toxin, synthetic opioids, and fungi. Of particular interest here are fungi which are known to be able to survive in space. He has rare B negative blood and he likes to push literature claiming that it's alien in origin (the link he sent me claimed that these people have a predilection for psychic phenomena and alien abductions). Standard polygraph test is also recommended, as is a substance abuse test.
On an e-mail dated February 17, 2020 in response to the above concerns Craig said he never smoked cigarettes or did drugs in his life, that he is stronger than me (but we never met and I think he's about 30+ years younger than me, he doesn't drink alcohol, he doesn't take prescription drugs or even aspirin and he feels great but he is a moody guy. Craig seems to take excessive amounts of coffee which can (among 19 serious side effects right up through death) cause hallucinations which are believed to occur when an overdose of caffeine causes the body to become stressed. This is a result of high adrenaline levels (which might explain his increase strength). It can also cause rambling thought and speech which was apparent in an e-mail that he sent to me. It was also noticed by the STEHM technologist. When I pointed this out to Craig he re-read a questionable rambling e-mail that he sent me and was shocked to see that he agreed with me, promising to not take this stuff again when writing to anyone. Too much caffeine can cause speech and thought to speed up in response to the stimulant effect of caffeine. In fact, when Craig gets going it can be difficult for me to get my analysis across to him because he doesn't pause long enough for me to get a word in.
We must answer the question of exactly why he lost his hair. Note that overdoses of coffee might cause him to hear voices, but that would not lead him to find three meteorites on the sea floor. And even if he's prone to exaggerating, that too wouldn't lead to the meteorites.
(2) For about a week I pressed him a lot on his assertion extra strength. Initially it sounded like he wanted to sell the rock at an inflated price due to a potential medicinal value (like an energy drink), but eventually he admitted that there were no positive physical affects that he could quantify. However, risking his health and that of others by eating some of the meteorite seems suggestive of Figure 2 via the following open text in Leviticus 7:18:
THE SOUL THAT EATS IT SHALL BEAR HIS INIQUITY.
The above verse was also found against odds of about 321 to 1. The third really significant find here matches fears that I expressed by phone to Ebrahimi. It's the open text word for PLAGUE which appears against odds of about 36 to 1. I warned him that eating some of the rock, in an uncontrolled fashion, might make him a potential carrier of a plague. I used Wuhan as an example, but this was before I began to suspect that his meteorites could play a major role in the Wuhan coronavirus. Craig asserts that he is healthy and ready to act responsibly but mistakes were clearly made in handling the rocks early on.
Four terms were highly statistically significant. They are BRIMSTRONE AND FIRE FROM THE LORD OUT OF HEAVEN; THE SOUL THAT EATS IT SHALL BEAR HIS INIQUITY, PLAGUE and CURE. CURE against odds of about 40 to 1 is at the absolute skip of the axis term. If the rock turns out to be the in infection source of patient zero (possibly Craig) that would be helpful in manufacturing a cure. Craig might have extremely valuable antibodies.
The four main terms are found on the 950-letter matrix against odds of about 151,598,413.5 to 1. The six remaining terms including SHIP at skip +1 were found against odds of just about 15.84 to 1, and thus were all insignificant. Of these words five were easier to find at an ELS than calling a coin toss correctly. They were LIFE, MARS, ALIENs, ROCK and MOON. Only UFO was at a special case skip (-1). Odds against it being found at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term) were about 2.53 to 1. SHIP at skip +1 was found against odds of about 4.48 to 1. Normally we would expect a 4-letter word at skip +1 to be more significant, but in this case the word is formed from two sequential words: I AM HASHEM (which means God). This identity phrase is found 81 times in Torah. Total combined odds against the matrix were about 6,087,585,241 to 1.
WHAT CAUSED EBRAHIMI TO SEARCH FOR AND FIND THE METEORITES? This is the most interesting and difficult question to answer. Craig is obviously very reluctant to go into details but while he might not agree with me or want it broadcast, I have reason to suspect there is a UFO angle to the story. UFO is at skip -1 on Figure 1 two columns right of EBRAHIMI. Odds against it being at a special case skip somewhere on the 950-letter matrix were about 2.53 to 1, but it only takes 50 letters to show EBRAHIMI with UFO. Odds against a match this close were about 38.36 to 1.
When I tried to get Craig to tell me why he became a certified diver just to reach reach a point about 50 or 60 feet deep to search for the meteorites he struggled. He was worried that I (or others) would think he's crazy. He spoke about instinct, but I wouldn't buy it. I pushed him hard to see if he had any experience with UFOs. He was very uncomfortable with the issue, but when I brought up the question of implants he did say that he had been told (I believe by his doctor) that he might have some crystalized hematite in his brain. In checking on line for this condition I found the following article (among others):
CRISTOBALITE AND HEMATITE PARTICLES IN THE HUMAN BRAIN (By M. Kopani et al., 2016)
Foreign substances get into the internal environment of living bodies and accumulate in various organs. Cristobalite and hematite particles in the glial cells of pons cerebri of human brain with diagnosis of Behhet disease* with scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy-dispersive microanalysis (EDX), and transmission electron microscopy (TEM) with diffraction were identified. SEM with EDX revealed the matter of irregular micro-sized particles sometimes forming polyhedrons with fibrilar or stratified structure. It was found in some particles Ti, Fe, and Zn. Some particles contained Cu. TEM and electron diffraction showed particles of cristobalite and hematite. The presence of the particles can be a result of environmental effect, disruption of normal metabolism, and transformation of physiologically iron-ferrihydrite into more stable form-hematite. From the size of particles can be draw n the long-term accumulation of elements in glial cells.
*Note: Behhet disease can affect the brain. Inflammation in the brain and nervous system can cause headache, fever, disorientation, poor balance or stroke. People from countries in the Middle East and East Asia, including Turkey, Iran, Japan and China, are more likely to develop Behcet's. EBRAHIMI is of Iranian descent.
The point here (in particular to Fort Huachuca) is that when I asked about implants because I suspected he had one in his brain that played a role in selecting where to dive, he told me that he had hematite in his brain. I had no idea that such a condition existed, but I found plenty about it on line. Hematite (Fe2O3) is found in ores with magnetite (Fe3O4). Magnetite is used by some animals for orientation, navigation and homings by a number of life forms from bacteria, algae, salamanders, robins, mice to possibly even people. However, even if his magnetite can help him to navigate it would not be enough to help him to find the coordinates of the meteorites. That would require communication. What I am suggesting here is that when trying to find a possible implant where an alien abduction is suspected we might start by looking for magnetite, hematite, and possibly nano-hematite. I'm asking DoD to consider making him an offer and then getting the material to a CDC lab to test for any pathogens, unless, of course, their purpose is to cover up what they already know about. I would not want to see Ebrahimi sell the object to a hostile power. One of the tests he has had done indicates that the meteorites are not Martian, but might be lunar based on amounts of the isotope of oxygen with a mass of 17 (8 protons and 9 neutrons). But what of the aspects of the find that look like fossiles (which have not yet been dug out of glassy-looking sections)? On the presumption that the rocks started out on Mars in a warmer time with more water on the surface than we find today, we could understand Martian fossiles. However if the rocks started out on the moon then how might they have picked up fossils? There are not yet any indications that the moon once had oceans. But very early in Earth's history our planet supposedly collided with a world that size of Mars. The result of that collision, once things cooled down, included the newly formed moon which was carved out of the Earth. My son speculated that what Craig found might have started in an ancient Earth ocean before the collision. However that would imply the presence of complex life, multicellular life on Earth at a time that was only about 20 to 100 million years after our planet formed which is much earlier than is commonly believed.
HOW BELIEVABLE ARE EBRAHIMI'S STORY AND HIS EVIDENCE? My contacts with Craig Ebrahimi began on January 26, 2020 and were extensive up through the end of February. In general I would summarize what I have seen and heard as follows: It is clear that he has found at least two meteorites (and he recently claimed to have found a third). The identity of the first two rocks was confirmed by an expert at the University of Victoria, however she sent samples to a lab elsewhere and she reports that she was surprised when the results came back positive. She is still waiting from some results from a lab in the U.K.
At times I have caught Craig exaggerating, but his claims of temporarily going bald three days after consuming bits of a meteorite were confirmed by a respected professor at University of Victoria.
I have written before that the U.S. Intelligence people who read this article should coordinate with their Canadian counterparts to thoroughly investigate the evidence which is now contained in a vacuum that is likely at the University of Victoria. I have also asked Craig to alert the Canadian Government about what he has. Craig claims that he is in contact with them, but I have no confirmation or further information about it.
Earlier handling and storage of the sample appears to be far less secure than a vacuum as is witnessed by the claim that a sample was shipped the Sir John Kotelawala Defence University in Sri Lanka where is was stolen from storage in an outhouse. Wikipedia has, for at least the last month, reported at least one case of the Wuhan virus in Sri Lanka. It would not be surprising to learn that the thief was a Chinese agent, but I have no information yet about when the sample was sent or received. Craig found the meteorite in question about three years ago so there definitely was time to get it from Canada to Sri Lanka to Wuhan where it could have been examined by the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Whoever stole the rock would have been exposed in Sri Lanka but could have flown to China before spreading the virus further in Sri Lanka. They probably also knew about Craig's hair loss which might have prompted them to send or take it to the Virology Institute.
THE IRANIAN QUESTION. On March 10, 2020 an article appeared on Foxnews.com entitled Coronavirus cover-up: Is it now the epicenter of the virus? Of note in the article are the following remarks:
According to an analysis published this week by The Atlantic, as of the beginning of March, 7.9 percent of Iranian parliament members – 23 out of 290 – had contracted the virus. State media reports that each case was contracted from the official's home province, rather than passed on to and from each other.
Those figures, if applied to Iran's population, would come to 6.4 million cases.
Could the virus have started in Iran? While the Iranian Government appears to have been putting our lies all along, the first reported case was on February 19, 2020. According to Johns Hopkins University’s Coronavirus Resource Center, by March 8, 2020 Iran had reported 6,566 COVID-19 cases, or about one in every 12,000 people in its population.
The article in The Atlantic states that, "The disease started in China, but it became finally and irrevocably uncontained in Iran. Knowing that the Iranian number is much higher than currently disclosed tells the rest of the world that the epidemic is even further along than official statistics indicate."
As evidence for disinformation they point to February 28, when Masoumeh Ebtekar, one of the country’s vice presidents, announced that she had the virus. She was a particularly sadistic member of the group that held U.S. diplomats hostage in 1979 in Tehran.
If COVID-19 is so rare—fewer than 400 cases had been reported in Iran by the day she announced her diagnosis—what are the chances that one of the afflicted would be a famous politician? Soon we learned of three other senior officials who not only contracted the virus but were killed by it: Mohammad Mirmohammadi, a member of a senior advisory council to Iran's supreme leader, and Hossein Sheikholeslam and Hadi Khosrowshahi, both former high-level diplomats. Mohammad Sadr, another member of the council, announced his infection last week, as did Ebtekar’s fellow cabinet member Reza Rahmani. Recently, the speaker of parliament said 23 of his fellow members of parliament had tested positive. Two of them, Mohammad Ali Ramezani (February 29) and Fatemeh Rehber (March 7), have died.
Ashleigh Tuite of the University of Toronto’s and others noted that, by February 23, cases of Iranian origin had surfaced in Canada, Lebanon, and the United Arab Emirates. Given the volume of air travel between Iran and these countries, their estimate of cases in Iran on February 23, 2020 was 18,300. Since the epidemic reached 100 cumulative cases, the official numbers have doubled roughly every three days. If that rate held, the estimate as of March 9, 2020 would be 586,000. How does such reasoning fit in with the meteorite hypothesis? Well, first of all the article above still calls for the virus coming to Iran via China.
BAT vs. "RAT"? Now, while a main idea of how the virus spread in China involved someone eating a bat, there is in a sense a rat at the heart of the Ebrahimi-meteorite story. I refer to whoever it was that stole the sample in Sri Lanka. Was it a Chinese agent, or an Iranian one? Someone likely had to know what was coming to Sri Lanka. The virus struck first big-time in the area of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which seems to hint at a Chinese agent if foul play was indeed involved. So why do so many people have the virus in Iran? China is Iran's biggest trade partner and one of its top three arms suppliers.
Does Iran have a biowarfare research center? It's hard to distinguish between offensive and defensive research, but if Iran is conducting offense research it is probably at the Louis Pasteur Institute, the National Research Center of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (NRCGEB) or the Razi Institute for Serum and Vaccines. During the 1980s and 1990s reports continued to emerge of Iranian procurement of BW-suitable technology and materials—fungus strains from Canada and elsewhere.
BOTTOM LINE: Science is often about eliminating possibilities. There is a distinct chance that Craig found a meteorite with biological contamination. It might have picked up a virus while entering our atmosphere or from elsewhere in space. My friends at Fort Huachuca, elsewhere in DoD or the UK MOD (all reading this article as it grew on 3/9/2020 and 3/10/2020) need to rule out this possibility, or act accordingly if they confirm it.
TO BE CONTINUED.