alien visitor gene theory

 By Zecharia Sitchen


In whose image was The Adam – the prototype of modern humans, Homo sapiens – created?

The Bible asserts that the Elohim said: “Let us fashion the Adam in our image and after our likeness.” But if one is to accept a tentative explanation for enigmatic genes that humans possess, offered when the deciphering of the human genome was announced in mid-February, the feat was decided upon by a group of bacteria!

“Humbling” was the prevalent adjective used by the scientific teams and the media to describe the principal finding – that the human genome contains not the anticipated 100,000 - 140,000 genes (the stretches of DNA that direct the production of amino-acids and proteins) but only some 30,000+ -- little more than double the 13,601 genes of a fruit fly and barely fifty percent more than the roundworm’s 19,098. What a comedown from the pinnacle of the genomic Tree of Life!

Moreover, there was hardly any uniqueness to the human genes. They are comparative to not the presumed 95 percent but to almost 99 percent of the chimpanzees, and 70 percent of the mouse. Human genes, with the same functions, were found to be identical to genes of other vertebrates, as well as invertebrates, plants, fungi, even yeast. The findings not only confirmed that there was one source of DNA for all life on Earth, but also enabled the scientists to trace the evolutionary process – how more complex organisms evolved, genetically, from simpler ones, adopting at each stage the genes of a lower life form to create a more complex higher life form – culminating with Homo sapiens

 By John Cowie


What was the purpose of Silbury Hill? By studying Silbury Hill it is clear that in our pre-history there was a mass of people in this area who were organised and prepared to work very hard in relative harmony, but we can still only guess at its function.
To understand Silbury Hill we need to move our focus elsewhere to attempt to provide a plausible explanation. I believe answers can be found by studying the most ancient and mysterious monuments found on Earth – Pyramids!
What is so important about a pyramid that hundreds if not thousands were built by our early ancestors on every continent on Earth? Were pyramids somehow closely linked to the survival of our early ancestors? 
To find out more, we must first understand the scientific properties of the pyramid. Clues can be found thanks to the discovery of the atom and its constituent parts which enabled the development of electricity by 19th century inventors including Westinghouse, Edison and Tesla. The motion of negatively charged electrons in one direction and positively charged in the other around an electric circuit known as an electric current is clearly understood. What is less familiar is the flow of ionic energy around our planet. Ions occur when an atom either gains an electron (anion) or looses an electron (cation). Ions exist naturally due to the ongoing atomic reactions with energy sources such as heat, light and sound energy. An ionic current flows when the negatively charged anions are attracted towards the positively charged (opposites attract) Sun via the ionosphere and the positively charged cations are attracted from the Sun to the negatively charged Earth.  This flow of ionic current is a natural occurring phenomenon. 
However, if a pyramid shape is placed on the ground thus intersecting this flow of ionic current, its effect is to dramatically increase the flow of electrical energy at the tip of the pyramid compared to the base, i.e. the pyramid is able to generate and store free electrical energy! 

By Claire Montanaro 
In view of the new discoveries at Stonehenge announced today, I thought you might like to read some information that was channelled to me a few years ago about Silbury Hill, for I believe it has relevance. Here it is, as it came through to me:
"There is much misunderstanding about this noble monument to the stars. Myths perpetuate, many erroneous if well meaning, but the truth is both complex and simple. The origins are older than any would dream of now. This area was used as sacred space at least one thousand years before the estimates of man. In this time the people used the ground for sacrificial ritual, in honour of the gods they revered then. This was not always very kindly done, and indeed it involved at times of great significance the sacrifice of women and children, even little boys and babies died - for this was the way then, and it was believed that to give the most innocent in society was the greatest homage they could pay to the deities they revered".
Also, at this time and in this place, ritual took place to do with the forces of darkness, invoking and using powers and practices that were both dangerous and very base. Much harm was done for a short period of time due to this.
As the people there, over a period of hundreds and even thousands of years became more sophisticated in their understanding of the interaction between their world - also still your world - and the great cosmic forces, so this was translated practically, and great observatories were built in different parts of the world to monitor planetary and stellar activity, and sometimes to harness the knowledge and power vested within, certainly to learn. And Silbury Hill was just one of these astronomical observatories, but a most important one.

 By John Cowie


In 1971, Intel introduced the first microprocessor for a calculator manufacturer. Since then there has been an explosion in paltersonal computing power and communications around the world. In the last 10 years the Internet, email and mobile phones have become well-used tools in our communications, not just in business but also in our personal lives. And all of these inventions are developing with rapid speed. We are fascinated with communications. Not only are we looking to the future but we also look at older methods of communication with new interest. As we develop binary and bar codes we start to look at other patterns and wonder if they might have been designed to carry some form of communication. Research into the function of crop circles has turned to comparing them with symbols and messages used in our own communications.


The general public awareness in the crop circle phenomenon has also increased over the last decade, but in recent months with the release of M Night Shyamalam's latest box office hit movie "Signs" starring Mel Gibson, the interest in crop circles and the link with extra-terrestrials has increased dramatically.


In my book "Silbury Dawning: The Alien Visitor Gene Theory", I put forward my theory that crop circles are evidence that an Alien Visitor came to our planet, built complex civilisations and established two-way contact with its own race and that all of this was witnessed by our ancestors. This visitor was far superior in intelligence to our ancestors but either through breeding, teaching or a form of genetic engineering managed to rapidly speed up the evolution of our Homo species by giving us their knowledge in an extra-terrestrial gene or memory. I believe these crop circles are evidence that the transmission channel started by the visitors during their period on Earth is still open and that we are still receiving messages. I also argue in my book that because we are slowly recovering and understanding this inherited memory or gene that we will one day be able to decipher these messages.



 By John Cowie


How do we ‘operate’? What makes us ‘work’? Where does our knowledge stem from? Where do our beliefs, cultures, phobias, superstitions, etc., originate? What gives us our individuality?

We can see quite clearly the importance of an ‘operating system’ (O/S) to the computer. Every general-purpose computer must have an O/S. The computer will not function without one.

This fact has made Bill Gates, the founder of Microsoft, one of the richest men on Earth.

Clues to our remarkable evolution can be mirrored in arguably one of our greartest inventions - the computer!



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