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“Bio-Engineered Bodies,” Demons, Fallen Angels and Men in Black: A Fascinating Theory

I’ve come across a lot of theories for who, or what, the Men in Black might be. The list includes government agents, time-travelers, shapeshifters, and more. Today, though, I’m going to share with you portions of a story that is incredibly creepy. It’s a story that comes from a man named Peter MacMillan. Looking for answers to the truth behind the MIB, Peter believes there’s a demonic angle to all of this. He very generously, and openly, shared his theories with me. Peter says: “It has been reported that the MIB manifest very unusual physical forms, facial details and attire such as quasi to fully material bodies capable of extraordinary feats; short or wiry frames, white skin, bulging eyes, missing eyebrows or eyelashes, lipless mouths; and period clothing from a bygone era.” He adds: “Available bio-engineered bodies might still have developmental problems at every stage in the growing process. As a practical engineering consequence of this there might be severe height restrictions, frame volume and density considerations, and time and environmental constraints imposed on the useful ‘guaranteed’ operation or life of any particular model. Peter continues that “The Judeo/Christian Bible reveals a lot about the different types of spirits that exist and the ways they can interact with us. My theory on the MIB is based on an understanding of just two classes of these spirits.” Those two classes, says Peter, are Fallen Angels and Demons.

Peter continues: “Running that model outside of its specific design parameters would noticeably and deleteriously affect the outward appearance, especially if there is a corruption or decay factor added to the equation. As an example follicle-rich skin which provides a scaffolding for the eyebrows may simply and randomly slide off such a body to expose a follicle-less layer beneath. As another example the wearing of lipstick on recently receded lip lines may be a way to compensate for an otherwise stark appearing mouth. As a final example the sometimes reported bulging eyes could be a systemic problem associated with defects in a bio-engineered thyroid gland (or what passes for the thyroid). The also observed quasi-material or even ghostly-appearing states of some MIB can be accounted for by considering the very same technology that permits an observed UFO to suddenly appear, move or morph in defiance of natural physical laws, and finally blink out of existence. Today’s frontier research scientists at MIT or elsewhere are already doing things like this with individual photons and tiny bits of real matter.”

Peter has far more to state: “Imagine not having ever gone through growing stages from birth to toddler, adolescent, teenager, to young adult. These bio-engineered bodies come fully mature and ready to go right out of the box. The captured disembodied demon spirit crawls inside the baited body of flesh and starts to manipulate it. Assuming that with any incarnation there is no prior memory of who or what it was before and the demon might well ask the question ‘Who am I?’ Having been assigned period clothing for the purpose of its mission, this would also no doubt compensate for a lack of any real identity. I believe the MIB would desperately cling to that style of clothing for an entire lifetime, much like an insecure child might hold on to a security blanket. ‘Who am I?’ the MIB asks himself; ‘I am black fedora hat and black open collar trench coat. That is who I am and that is my identity!’ When did the first MIB begin to appear (the 1940’s) and what was the typical professional or business attire for men at that time (fedora hats and trench coats)? Fedora hats were very popular during a period from the 1920s to early 1950s. In fact fedora hats and long trench coats worn together were widely preferred by men as a practical means of fully protecting the entire body from wind and weather. Any bio-engineered body would need insulation against the damaging environment at all times. Extreme photo-sensitivity to light (common among albinos) might also explain why some white skinned MIB wore sunglasses and drove black cars (they reduce reflected glare). The same can be said for their choice of color in clothing. The same line of thought regarding period cars and personal identity might also apply.”

And, finally from Peter, there is this: “Many testimonies relate how odd these MIB appear to be in their conversation, walk, facial expressions, body language and other actions or movements. Our lives must be innately foreign to a demon. Originally these entities sprung forth as monstrous distortions of the flesh (before the flood). Their societies, ideologies, needs, desires, lusts and thoughts would have no parallel to our own. In their natural environment they would exhibit a behavior completely outside our ken. Demon slaves probably don’t want to be told what to do by their fallen angelic masters anyway and therefore are likely to manifest both their ‘sent’ behavior as well as their natural default ‘demon-like’ behavior at the same time. Just as with any highly trained monkey, these synthetic-fleshed demonically possessed MIB would characteristically shift back and forth between what they were sent to do professionally by command and what they actually prefer to do by nature. Why are most visitations of MIB limited to eyewitnesses of standard UFO sightings (an exception would be the case involving the Mothman prophecies)? Like psychic vampires these MIB seem to be able to drain a person’s energy and even break their will. Witnesses have reported being mentally confused, being in a dream-like state or even being probed telepathically. Regardless of these kinds of manifestations, all continue to report being both afraid and intimidated.”

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Nick Redfern works full time as a writer, lecturer, and journalist. He writes about a wide range of unsolved mysteries, including Bigfoot, UFOs, the Loch Ness Monster, alien encounters, and government conspiracies. Nick has written 41 books, writes for Mysterious Universe and has appeared on numerous television shows on the The History Channel, National Geographic Channel and SyFy Channel.
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