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Alien Origins of our DNA and the Creation of Man (a must read!!!)

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posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:35 AM
Great work OP, plenty to chew on there, not that I needed any more convincing. It seems plainly obvious from my own research into this subject we have definetely been genetically manipulated and at more than one time, I think divinely at first but later to turn off certain abilities we once had and I hope will be able to regain in the future.

Junk DNA
Damn Near Ascenine if you ask me

S&F for ya effort.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:39 AM
It has always been a firm belief of mine that Humanity was manufactured by a form of "higher intelligence". I don't buy into the whole "gap of evolution" that brought us about.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 07:57 AM

Originally posted by PerfectPerception
While researching cultures (i.e..-Sumerian,Hopi,Inca,Mayan,Egypt,Native Americans,Aborigines among other cultures & indigenous peoples) it becomes irrefutably evident of some kind of human/"alien" interaction that has been ignored,hidden and suppressed by mainstream anthropology,archeology,educators and the msm in general from the populace!

Irrefutably? Such as?

It is rather curious that you say it is ignored, hidden and suppressed by mainstream researchers, while you manage to post pictures of these supposedly suppressed items.

As for the pictures you posts, what is their context within the cultures that produced them? Have you bothered researching their context, what the cultures themselves had to say about them, or are you simply parroting what a UFO research claims they are?

For instance, what do the Hopi themselves say about the Ant Peoples and Snake Peoples?

Ant People

Snake People

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posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:12 AM
Excellent thread.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:18 AM
reply to post by Justinkase

Do you mean the wrongly associated symbol of the Caduceus or the correct medical symbol of the Asclepius. The Caduceus is the staf of Hermes symbol with two snakes The Asclepius only has one snake.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:21 AM

Originally posted by Colton
reply to post by PerfectPerception

Wonderful work!

You have a lot of good evidence and unbiased text.

Interestingly enough, this screams Sitchin.

I believe in Alien Creation.

Maybe Sitchin does have some things right? I have no way of proving/disproving what he has written and stated as being true.
I will say I do find some of his ideas & theories intriguing.
Thank you.

Originally posted by heffo7
I've only got one thing to add.... Peter Khoury

For those not familiar with the story, in short he had an encounter with two female aliens where their DNA was obtained and the analysis was startling! (Don't want to ruin the ending for you

I am not familiar with this case,thank you for the link.look forward to reading it.

Originally posted by CitizenNum287119327

The petroglyphs are something i find interesting.

Especially where there would be accurate, anatomically correct depictions of the animal wildlife,
and then they draw these bizarre 'human' figures.
Why not draw a clear picture of the humans as well??

I find petroglyphs absolutely interesting as well,I think a lot can be learned from them.
the argument of what exactly is being depicted in them? You could say that would be completely up to the observer and their set of beliefs,theories and point of reference.

I believe some of the images definitely evoke the idea of 'otherworldly beings' , primitive drawings & art of star beings and "alien visitors".
some form of unknown intelligence that our ancestors had contact with.

For instance,here is one way of looking at it, Even if these so-called star beings were only experienced exclusively within a vision quest by shamans & medicine men, this still does not refute their possible existence.Neither should we carelessly ignore the many legends within their culture & history as mere fantasy.

Modern day reports during altered states of consciousness remain remarkably consistent regardless of age,race,sex and religious belief.It is My belief & opinion that there is a lot more to these experiences than simple hallucinations and flights of fantasy. (another angle to research and think about)

here are a few links to get anyone started who may be interested & want to investigate further-

The shamanic vision
Ayahuasca Experiences
'___' Experiences

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:37 AM
I believe there is no clear cut case for evolution until that missing link is found, Because we havent found it I lean more toward the manipulation of a higher intelligence. This is not to mean I dont believe evolution occurred. I just dont believe that is the full case with man. I think man evolved to a certain extent then our DNA was manipulated to our present froms.

I also cant take modern sciences view of our ancestors, we seem to think they were stupid. These people used the stars everyday to navigate and track certain events. They built monuments and Pyramids we cant even match with today's science, but when we read their ancient texts which tell stories of men who came form the stars we automatically assume they were mistaken. At some point we need to swallow that superior pride of ours and recognize the skyscrappers we built in the past few years are no match for the monlolithic structures sunken off coasts and the ones on land that are still standing

In the end we still no nothing of our origins its all just theory until it can be proven.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 08:59 AM

Originally posted by TheSparrowSings -
civilization in S.A that dates back to 200,000 year old (I believe this "city" was discovered in 2009. Strangely, when viewing the city from above (via Google Earth) many of the buildings form a spiral design.

That is fascinating,will have to check that out.thank you.You will come across many similar geographic mysteries in your search,the Nazca lines being one of the more widely known geoglyphs for example.

Originally posted by Onboard2
Anasazi, but I don't see snake or ant people. The word Anasazi meant 'ancient ones' or enemy ancestors or ancestors that are not our own. I have always been interested in the Anasazi.

I am familiar with the legends of the anasazi,If you go to the link I provided,it will take you to a page with a bunch of information & petroglyphs etc.( the images embedded were titled snake & ant people

Originally posted by The GUT
But who, then, if this be true, created the aliens who created us? It's a slippery slope I tell ya!

Now that is the inquiry of inquiries right there! Questions like that will send us spiraling into never ending mystery.
We never know the answer to these questions,sadly enough,but one can hope.

Originally posted by tothetenthpower
Excellent thread, well done.

Even if I don't agree with the final conclusion of ET's being our physical creators, you've certainly done your homework.

I'll have to give this thread a really good look once I have the time to do some additional research surrounding what you've presented, in the meantime S&F for you.

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Thank you for your kind words and I am glad you appreciated my effort.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 09:14 AM
reply to post by PerfectPerception

I've always wondered about junk genes (fused gene) and the information they hold. Here is a web site I stumbled upon that goes into detail about these genes possibly being connected to extraterrestrial origin.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 09:39 AM

Originally posted by Ben81
I always though that our missing DNA link was Alien

We were made in the image of the Creator after all

edit on 2/4/2011 by Ben81 because: S&F

That's exactly what I believe as well. We were created in the image of our Creator.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 09:55 AM
reply to post by Kandinsky

Thank you for taking the time to read the Op and for your valuable input that you have given.
Your post merits a star.

I will not argue the points you have made pertinent to the original content that was quoted,as I have previously stated.I believe they do hold some albeit interesting & valuable information,specific conclusions are entirely up to the observer.

I neither came to convince or prove the existence of extraterrestrials,manipulations and/or origins of our DNA.
Only present information and express my personal opinion in relation.

With that being said, I truly hope that we will be able to debate,theorize and express our opinions without insults,unnecessary arguing and hopefully not stray away from purely speculating the thread's subject matter and avoid conflict amongst one another ( wishful thinking on my part?

I see this happen way too much here on Ats...It doesn't have to always turn into a 'whose right,whose wrong' doing so I think it distracts from and original topic is derailed and convoluted in the process.

It is the last thing I would want to project,cause or be a part of. ( for the record,I am not at all implying you are argumentative,only making a point in general. )
I find your response intelligent albeit skeptical in nature and respect your opinion.

My intention & goal for the thread was to attempt to simply convey information,ideas and theories and present them for the reader to make up their own mind.

I understand and respect your skepticism & logic,some individuals need something that is tangible,reproducible in a lab.seen & experienced with their own two eyes.(and that is okay and expected naturally.)

If it wasn't for the dauntingly amount of time & effort that I have put in to reading & researching these topics over the years and to the amazing fact that I have had my own alien/ufo experiences that have left me utterly baffled,I could easily shrug off the multiple reports of abductions,sightings,petroglyphs,ancient texts making references to ufo-like objects/contacts from otherworldly emissaries a.k.a. angels,the gods whom came down from heaven and the skies repeated in so many different cultures & time periods from antiquity.

All the experiences individuals have in altered states of consciousness reporting beings interacting with them that stay consistent and bare remarkably striking similarities and of course we cannot forget all the b.s.& lies we are force fed by our Governments that stinks to high hell of a cover-up.

the main issues surrounding these subjects is all the disinfo,exaggerations and researchers trying to out due one another, making it an Aggravating task separating the wheat from the chaff.

I have always been interested in ufos & paranormal,I have never blindly just believed anything for that matter without some sort of proof.I've found in life sometimes it most definitely takes that "If" to directly happen to yourself before you accept it to be true but more importantly you receive the experience it brings.

Initially skeptical myself,so believe me I do understand where you are coming from.I went from wanting to believe to just about "knowing" there is something we do not fully understand or recognize. (There are certain theories and ideas I tend to agree with,along with my own assessment & opinions pertinent to them ,If you haven't already gotten the chance to read it,I urge everyone to Check out this link to my 'Explorations into the Ultraterrestrial Hypothesis:A Journey into Extradimensional Realities & Otherworldly Beings' thread: Link )

Some kind of "intelligence" for lack of a better word that has been interacting with humanity throughout the ages all the way up to now,present day.
As Carl Sagan coined -"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence"

I wish I had extraordinary evidence to offer the world,if I did,I would release it immediately!
All I know for sure is what my intuition tells me,the "evidence" I have collected & came across in my research and the real clincher, my own personal experiences that I've had.

I hope one day we will have the irrefutable,extraordinary evidence that proves once and for all our true origins, ufos/aliens and all the other far and in-between mysteries of Human existence & experience.

ETA:I was not aware of Salla and webre's comments regarding a "plesiosaurus on Mars" Wow...I will say it now, if it turns out down the line there actually is a plesiosaurs on mars,I will eat my keyboard!!!
thanks for the info. and advisement.

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posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 10:14 AM
reply to post by PerfectPerception

Not to pee on the parade (after all the work you did assembling the bits to weave and spin the thread) but....Kandinsky nailed it pretty well, near bottom of Page 1.

As soon as I saw the thread title, and dipped in a bit, my initial thoughts were "Chimpanzee DNA". But, that is only the beginning of the problem with the fanciful imaginings of those people who came up with the "theories".

A casual glance into the biology, and inter-connectedness of all life on this planet tells a far more complex tale than "Human DNA constructed by alien nanotechnology".

Further, those who specialize in studying deeply into biology, and going far more into it than any layperson can grasp fully, will likely also scoff at these assertions.

Now, consider this example of the giraffe, and the nerves that control the larynx:

The clear implications should seem obvious? This is just the one instance, using the giraffe as extreme example, because of the neck length that has evolved over the millenia.

AS TO the rise of biology and life on Earth? Goes way, way back of course....well before Humans (and our DNA) had ever come to be.

There is very, very strong scientific support and evidence for a long history of biology, and it can be traced, and progressions inferred "backwards" through continued study and observations. Thus, some quite solid hypotheses become strong theories, even to the origin of life's processes themselves. ("Abiogenesis"). In fact, at its most basic, all life is really just a matter of simple chemistry, and molecular interaction both on the micro, and macro levels:

This one is specialized for the "Intelligent Design" argument, and is a bit shoddy quality-wise....but, since the concept in the OP could be misused by advocates for "ID", then this might help clear that up before it starts (?):

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 10:20 AM
This was a great early morning read PerfectPerception - thank you. I always loved the old argument, "if we evolved from apes, then why are there still apes?"



posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 10:32 AM
I'm out of time online but wanted to thank you for this.

Will read it in full next time.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 11:00 AM
Thanks for your reply PerfectPerception and you are doing a great job on managing this OP. I'm curious about your own anomalous experience referred to above. I looked at your profile in hopes it was there but I didn't see it on first glance.

May not be fair to ask you to address it on this thread and go off topic but your writing is very lucid and I sense you are a good observer so my interest is definitely piqued.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 11:52 AM
Don't make me reptilian, because I am human!
yes I know those sources, there are too many of them. Whatever the truth for the time before Adam for as many centuries and tribes of people (some say hundreds of thousands of years), I firmly believe Adam was created by God, and not by reptilians. God has the right and capability to intervene in the human history, as He did many times, including in Adam and Eve, and culminating in Jesus Christ. That is what I believe about my own origin.

If some believe they have reptilian blood or brain, they may find their "relatives" pretty soon. Darwin said people were monkeys long ago. Now it is claimed people were smart reptilian extraterrestrials instead of stupid monkeys. What will be tomorrow? People-robots half mechanical may be, with implanted computer parts in the brain and the hand? Be careful where this road leads to! We won't have multiple lives to repent, as many prefer to believe. The ET who claim to have genetically modified human race, are the same who implant people with chips - the mark of the beast.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 12:07 PM
Thorough research. I too am interested if aliens have anything to do with our evolution. A recent thread had the idea of humans were originally plant-eaters and because of survival we went to meat. Seems a little strange that we went from plants to both plants and meat. Survival had nothing to do with it, are bone structure changed. We went from a big jaw bone with bigger teeth to a smaller jaw bone and smaller teeth. I don't think environment changed our eating patterns, we had a "divine" intervention. Starting to believe in alien DNA mutation theory, a little more each day.

Great research and thanks for posting.

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 12:11 PM
reply to post by Gliese581

I did research a while back on blood types, because I am Type o negative I wanted to know more. A theorist suggested that type o neg has no direct link to apes. Sounds strange, wonder if that info was credibile?

I also saw this on other websites

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 12:21 PM

Something along the way happened, I don't think evolution explains it all.
Why are we the only advanced species from how many animal species on the planet ?

posted on Feb, 5 2011 @ 12:24 PM

Originally posted by MrStyx
I believe there is no clear cut case for evolution until that missing link is found.

Even if...... it's like fast forward from cave monkey to human, the period is too short.

Originally posted by Gliese581
Don't make me reptilian, because I am human!

It may very well be what the statement from the bible is about, and God put a snake in the garden.
The bible part of the Genesis are from the Sumerian tablets, the sumerian drawings do depict the reptilian anunaki. The whole sumerian culture evolves around reptiles, the anunaki snake gods, but there is also indication
that humanity is way older than the ancient sumeria and does go back to Atlantis and first of all Lemuria that is depicted on the tree of knowlege/life, marked by number 7, Victory.

I personaly tend to beilive in creation, I don't doubt that there is more than meets the eye.

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