alien visitor gene theory


                             New book claims aliens founded early human civilizations 


John Cowie altpresents further evidence that extraterrestrial genetic mixing sped up the evolution of humans in “Silbury Dawning: The Alien Visitor Gene Theory (Third Edition)

BRADFORD ON AVON, U.K. – In “Silbury Dawning: The Alien Visitor Gene Theory (Third Edition) (ISBN 1477525246), John Cowie explores historical clues that point toward the arrival of aliens in the ancient human past. Cowie argues that these extraterrestrials sexually mixed or genetically experimented with Homo sapiens, changing the course of human evolution and supercharging our intelligence.   

“Silbury Dawning” takes its name from the famous English manmade mound that dates from pre-history.  Cowie believes the enormous mound was built as a pyramid and served as a multi-functional device to ensure the survival of aliens and their human offspring on Earth some 13,000 years ago.  In 2007-2008, an English Heritage Conservation and Restoration Project confirmed that Silbury Hill in Wiltshire, UK, was clinically constructed to a pre-determined complex plan and is not simply a mound of chalk as previously thought.  “Incidentally, during the conventional time around 4,500 years ago when Silbury Hill, Avebury, Woodhenge, Stonehenge etc., etc., were built, there are no human remains or archaeological evidence for a large population living nearby at this time that would be essential to undertake these huge projects”. 

In the latest edition of his book, Cowie establishes whether Silbury Hill was one of the first pyramids built on Earth and also investigates the many newly discovered structures in countries from Bosnia to China, as well as the famous ancient pyramids in Egypt. “Why were hundreds, if not thousands, of pyramids built on every continent during our pre-history?” asks Cowie. “It seems that pyramid geometry and their amazing scientific properties were clearly understood by our ancient ancestors, which suggests they possessed more knowledge than we do today.” 

Cowie notes that in spite of a global tsunami disaster some 11,000 years ago that destroyed the earliest civilization; humanity has nonetheless shown an ability to recover the technology of alien knowledge in each subsequent generation. We seem to have inherited a trans-generational memory gene passed on to us down the centuries.  It seems each generation has progressively recovered some of this alien knowledge stored in our subconscious memory through a process of genius. The author states that intelligence is a measure of the ability to access knowledge stored in one’s conscious, unconscious and subconscious memory.   

He believes that this alien genetic theory would go a long way in clearing up scientific confusion over why DNA studies point to all of humanity emerging from a single common ancestor. Those possessing this unique genetic lineage held a dominant advantage over those who did not. Per the rules of evolutionary biology, they soon began displacing other Homo species while deploying new
technologies and founding new advanced societies along the way.  

Daring and controversial, the thesis put forth in “Silbury Dawning” is sure to provoke skepticism in many. Yet as readers sink themselves into the multiple convergences in archaeology, genetics and civilization histories that this book entertains, they may never look at their world quite the same.   

Silbury Dawning: The Alien Visitor Gene Theory” (Third Edition) is available for sale online at, other channels and locally at The Henge Shop, Avebury. 

About the Author: 

John Cowie is a veteran of the semiconductor revolution. As a former senior executive with Philips Semiconductor (NXP Semiconductors) and Intel Corporation, his original intention was to write a book based on the characters he met and his first-hand experiences during his many years in this exciting young industry. But as he watched the remarkable evolution of the silicon chip and in turn the personal computer and telecommunications industries, he began to link these extraordinary envisioneering achievements with the human brain. Regular journeys past the ancient sites of Silbury Hill and the standing stones of Avebury prompted him to consider where our knowledge could have come from. So the seeds of the Alien Visitor gene theory began.  

Now retired, author of Silbury Dawning, Cowie is living with his wife in Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, UK, where he continues his global search for further evidence to support his Alien Visitor gene theory.  In May next year he is planning to visit a number of uncovered ‘Silbury Hill’ type pyramids in the vicinity of Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China.  This amazing complex has more than 16 pyramids to explore.

Chinese authorities are reticent with some of the recently discovered pyramids and it can be difficult to visit them.  It is estimated there are over 300 pyramids in China.  A few have base dimensions twice those of the more famous Egyptian pyramids.  



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