Philip James Corso: The Officer Who Examined An Alien’s Anatomy

Philip James Corso, Lt. Col., WWII hero and one of the Pentagon’s most influential employees, was known throughout his military career as a man of courage and truth.

For several years he worked for the National Security Service. By the nature of his job, Philippe Corso knew the many secrets of the US government.

Since 1961, Philippe Corso has worked several times in the secret department of the Pentagon, which was responsible for the preservation of many fragments of the crashed alien ship.

Brigadier General Brown (left) shakes hands with Major Philip Corso, who just received his Bronze Star Medal in Rome.

His duties also included the task of preventing the disclosure of secrets associated with the Roswell incident. One of these secrets, kept by the US government, concerns the events associated with the mysterious incident that took place in July 1947.

At this time, Philip Corso was in Roswell as a government inspector and was one of the first to find himself at the crash site of an unidentified object, later identified in secret documents as a “ship extraterrestrial space”.

The events he witnessed Corso described in his book “The Day After Roswell”, which also provides other information gleaned by him from various government documents.

On July 6, 1947, Philippe Corso arrives at the crash site of a mysterious object. In a small depression next to the wreckage of the mysterious device, he discovers a small capsule about one and a half meters long, in which there is a dead alien.

The aircraft crashed a few miles from the American military base number 509, located near Roswell, in the headquarters of New Mexico. Philippe Corso became extremely interested in the creature in the capsule, and he began to examine it.

The alien lay in a viscous light blue liquid that looked like gelatinous diesel fuel.

“At the first moment, it seemed to me that there was a dead child in front of me, but it was not a man, but a strange small creature,” Corso recalls.

The creature was barely 1 meter 20 centimeters tall and looked like a man, but had many differences. The hands and feet were very thin. And the hands only had 4 fingers (there was no thumb). On a rather puny body stood out a huge head, which in shape resembled an electric bulb. The chin was barely noticeable.

“While examining the creature, I couldn’t help but feel fear, even if I didn’t really understand what I had to fear,” says Philippe Corso. Despite this, Corso was the first to dare to lift the lid of the capsule and take a closer look at the alien.

The creature’s skin was gray, but Corso thinks it couldn’t have been skin, but some kind of ultra-thin material that was unusually tight around the alien’s body.

Huge almond-shaped eyes, completely devoid of pupils, were located on the head at a slight angle and with a tiny nose. The nose barely protruded from the surface of the face and consisted only of nostrils.

The alien’s sunken cheeks could only be seen from the side. Ears resembling human ears were missing from the alien. No eyebrows or other features of a person were observed on the face.

The unusually small mouth looked more like a small slit and, like the nose, stood out very faintly on the face, all of whose features occupied an insignificant part of the huge skull.

As Philippe Corso recalls, although the extraterrestrial was dead, his body showed no noticeable damage: “I could not see a single wound on the body, there was no blood and all the parts of the bodies seemed intact.

In the early 1960s, while working at the Pentagon, Philip Corso came across a report from doctors at Walter Reed Military Hospital who, in 1947, shortly after the Roswell incident, performed an autopsy on an alien .

After carefully examining the corpse of an alien, scientists have drawn an unusually important conclusion: the chemical composition of the tissues of an alien creature, although different from ours, but at the same time does not contain any elements unknown to modern science.

The report further states that the creature, like humans, has a heart and lungs, but their structure and functioning are significantly different from those of humans.

An alien’s heart is much larger than a human’s, and it contracts, pathologists say, much less frequently. It works like an ordinary muscle pump and distills liquid, which in its composition resembles lymph, through a rather primitive “circle of blood circulation”.

Based on the large volume of the heart and lungs, doctors assumed that the creature had a rather low metabolic rate. In addition, according to physiologists, the body of this alien has never experienced great physical exertion.

The alien creature’s lungs were also quite large. Their main function was the accumulation of “air” and its progressive consumption. Scientists have compared the work of an alien’s lungs to the way a camel stores water in advance and then uses it as needed. Based on this observation, the doctors assumed that this creature had little need for “air” and that the opportunity to “breathe” was not often offered to it.

The alien’s skeleton was also different from that of a human. The skeletal structure was fibrous, and the bones themselves are much finer than those of the human skeleton.

One of the main differences between humans and the discovered alien, according to scientists, is the complete absence of a digestive and excretory system in the latter! But the creature had two layers of skin: outer and inner.

The outer skin was a fairly strong protective layer, but at the same time it had great firmness and elasticity. The inner skin was unusually thin and had a huge flow, with the help of which, according to the assumptions of physiologists, the creature metabolized and excreted substances.

It is also possible that with the help of such a structure of the skin, an extraterrestrial creature supplied the necessary nutrients to the organism, since an undeveloped mouth and the absence of a digestive tract make it impossible a “human” type diet.

The alien’s skull was disproportionate, and its bones, very soft and elastic compared to those of humans, resembled rubber in their flexibility.

The alien’s brain turned out to be much larger than a human’s and was extremely large for this creature whose body and skeletal structure is delicate and weak. The brain was divided into four sections, or spheres, whose functions were difficult to determine.

Philip Corso believes that the US military performed not only a cursory examination and an autopsy, but also a detailed study of the alien’s remains, as well as a full study of the device.

According to Corso, many devices and devices have been developed based on the technology of the alien craft, which are still widely used in science and technology to this day.

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