A GREEN energy expert, who helped shape UK renewable power policies, says he is convinced aliens have been secretly implanting extra terrestrial DNA into pregnant humans.
Mr Mendonça, who suffers with MS, the illness that leaves suffers with neurological symptoms, muscle pain and severe physical and mental exhaustion, even feels better with increased energy levels for having regular contact with the hybrids, although he stressed it could not cure his condition.
Mr Mendonça, from Bristol, was formerly research manager for the World Future Council, which promotes best policy renewable power sources, and has written extensively on green energy policy.
However, for his latest publication, Meet The Hybrids: The Lives And Missions of ET Ambassadors On Earth published by Amazon and co-authored with Barbara Lamb, he spent time interviewing eight people who claim they have grown up with implanted alien DNA in their bodies and are part of a mission to improve mankind.
Ms Lamb has held great interest in the claims since she first heard them and has been an alien abduction researcher since the 1980s.
Mr Mendonça said he began the project with an open mind, but after finishing the research was convinced they were telling the truth and thinks he has now solved the mystery of why UFOs allegedly visit the Earth.
“My background is in renewable energy policy gained as an academic, so I have to be sure of my facts.
“These hybrids are raising the vibration and awakening people. I have begun to go through this process and to me it is undeniable.
“Whenever someone with a strong ET aspect talks to me I feel my energy shift – it just goes through the roof.
“I find myself seeing energy with my third eye.
“I am a writer, and just wanted to share their stories, and had no clue I would be affected, it’s changed my life.
“I will try to use what has been revealed. For one thing, it has solved some of the mystery of the UFO subject.
“We know why they are coming here and who they are.”
Mr Mendonça told Express.co.uk: “What became clear was how similar each of their accounts were. These were hybrids independent of each other who were describing the same experiences.”
Among the interviewees was Robert Frost-Fullington, 36, from California, in the US.
He claimed to have DNA from four alien species known as reptilians, Sirians, Tall Whites and those which appear like a praying mantis.
He claimed in the book to have had implants inserted under his tongue at the age of five, before experiencing several encounters with aliens.
After periods of “conscious recall”, in 2011, he said he realised he was a hybrid.
Asked how he was created, he said: “When the human woman becomes pregnant, she’s taken up onto a craft and the beings will take the embryo and create a genetic overlay.”
But far from seeing this non-consensual kidnap and interference as sinister, Mr Frost-Fullington and other hydbrids, including women, claim it is being done in the interest of humanity.
The people interviewed claimed their mission on Earth was to “raise” what they believe is a “frequency” on Earth by increasing an energy they refer to as “vibrations.”
Things such as war and violence are likely to end, it is claimed.
Tatiana Amore, 34, from southern England, was also interviewed, and said she was predominately of the “Pleiadian” race.
She said: “I understand the Earth is now changing to a new frequency which is meant to be lighter and better for humans.”
However, although the hybrid were described as independent, one of them was Cynthia Crawford, 67, from Arizona.
It became clear in the book she had counselled and met several of the other interviewees before the research began.
Express.co.uk asked Mr Mendonça why he had not extended the research to interviewing the alleged hybrid’s parents, or more scientific tests, such as putting the subjects through DNA and lie detector testing, and locating their alleged implants for further examination.
Mr Mendonça said: “Some said their parents were freaked out or did not want to know because they were old-school Christians.”
He did not believe DNA screening would show anything unusual, because: “All it would find is their normal code and it would ignore anything else.”
He added that they were reluctant to give up their DNA samples amid fears “secret military projects would use it to create human super soldiers.”
But he added: “Robert is apparently warming to the idea of doing DNA testing, but we did not ask people to submit to DNA tests as much as anything because we did not have funding for that.”
He added he had not considered the use of lie detectors or scans for implants, but that there had been an “independent verification” of interviewee Charmaine D’Rozario-Saytch, a 28-year-old woman from southern England, having a “possible implant”.
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