alien visitor gene theory

Pyramids are the most ancient and mysterious monuments found on Earth.


In recent years, with the global expansion of the internet, many archaeologists and independent researchers have been taking a keener interest in these prehistoric constructions which are to be found on all continents. 

This was highlighted when I attended The First International Scientific Conference: Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids in Sarajevo from August 25-30, 2008. Many distinguished Egyptologists, archaeologists, physicists, chemists, geologists, academics and independent researchers from Europe, Russia and China attended the conference where the focus of attention for this unique gathering was on the recently discovered Pyramid of the Sun and the Pyramid of the Moon in Bosnia.

It also became evident that many like-minded and open-minded delegates were keen to share their research and explore the many aspects of the ancient pyramid phenomenon.

The weeklong conference provided further firsthand evidence for hundreds of mounds similar to Silbury Hill throughout the world! It also provided the catalyst to compare the recent findings at Silbury Hill with those from other pyramids. Are there common links which could provide clues to their purpose and possibly to our early evolution?


I was invited to the conference as a guest to give my presentation titled Silbury Hill - the White Pyramid? The paper presented my recent findings at Silbury Hill. I have been researching this ancient Wiltshire monument locally for some years and worldwide via this website since 2000.

A huge boost to my research came in May 2007. Following serious concerns over the future stability of Silbury Hill, English Heritage embarked on a major Silbury Hill Conservation Project in partnership with the civil engineering company Skanska. The project also provided a last chance for English Heritage experts to unlock the mysteries of Silbury Hill and a fantastic opportunity for me to explore the hill in conjunction with my "alien visitor gene" theory.

I was privileged to receive an invitation from English Heritage to have the unique opportunity to go into the tunnel and discover from the experts their theories, from the new findings, to the key mysteries of Silbury Hill? 

Cavities, passages and chambers.


When I entered the tunnel, from below ground level, leading to the centre of Silbury Hill I soon discovered the first big surprise. Mark Kirkbride Skanska's Project Manager explained that close to the entrance a large chamber had been discovered beneath the base of the hill and its purpose unknown. Other cavities have been discovered beneath the base of the Hill. Does this suggest evidence of a storage place but any artefacts placed within had long since been removed and any records lost? Interestingly the chamber faced in a North - South direction. The end nearest the centre had a butt end. On the floor of the chamber were found two stake holes which indicate that a ladder had been used to get into and out of this deep chamber.

Cavities, passages, chambers and anti-chambers buried beneath the foundation are commonly found in pyramids. Some pyramids have chambers and passages built inside the construction, notably the Great Pyramid which is believed to have been built during the reign of the Egyptian King Khufu (or Cheops)?


As we moved further into the tunnel we could see a mysterious unbroken and uniform membrane/"sheet" of dark grey butter-textured material, which Jim Leary English Heritage Chief Archaeologist, explained was approximately 5mm thick and stone free, which covered a designated area between the foundation and the base of the construction. The photos clearly show this band of material placed between the earth foundation and the chalk used in the construction of Phase II.


image009 When I later looked at the possible construction techniques used based on the latest findings, archaeologists had discovered a gravel mound 1m high placed on top and at the centre of this "sheet". It seems that the weight in the centre would allow accurate positioning of the "sheet" from the perimeter.

This once tough and flexible "sheet" was then located in position by a series of stakes which have been found that also marked the outside edge of Phase I in the construction of Silbury Hill?

Are there any clues from other pyramid sites as to the composition of this mysterious material?

The predynastic Egyptians were known to produce matting made from reeds and to bury their dead in skins of animals. These are two possible solutions if the purpose of the sheet was to manoeuvre the position of the foundation of the construction into an exact spot - which is amazing in its own right?

 But a third intriguing possibility suggests that the sheet had properties that were important to the purpose of the construction. At Teotihuacan, underneath the Pyramid of the Sun archaeologists discovered mica, a dielectric mineral composed of delicate crystal that interestingly is a semiconductor!

The meaning of the word 'mica' is to shine, in reference to the brilliant appearance of this mineral (especially when in small quantities). Mica also has a high dielectric strength and excellent chemical stability, making it a favoured material for manufacturing capacitors for radio frequency applications. It has also been used as an insulator in high voltage electrical equipment. Sheet mica is used as an insulating material and as a resonant diaphragm in certain acoustical devices.

Huge sheets of mica have also been found in front of the Abu Ghurab pyramid which is part of the pyramid complex at Abu Sir south of Cairo.

Interestingly, Mica can be a clay-like substance in a certain type called Illite, Muscovite and Glauconite. It can be green blue or brown!

Dating Ancient Monuments

Insects, molluscs and seeds were found at the boundaries of the construction phases deep inside Silbury Hill. Can this evidence accurately date the Hill?

I met Gill Campbell English Heritage Palaeo-environmentalist, with her microscope. Could the answer lie in dating "imported" items that were trapped beneath the base of Silbury Hill or between the distinctive phases, which were pointed out when we were in the tunnel?

Molluscs such as snails have been found which would have quickly perished and remained untouched in the Hill. Could these ancient shells provide the answer to the true age of Silbury Hill?

Gill explained: "These shells could not be accurately radiocarbon dated due to the absorption of the carbon from the surrounding chalk. The calcium carbonate they would use to make their shells would be geological in age rather than derived from the present atmosphere. So this is likely to provide a date that is too old." Would other life also found trapped in the same state such as insects, ants and beetles also provide uncertain results. "No, most insects, ants in particular and also the vegetation growing on the surface of the turves that form Silbury I, will take their carbon from the surrounding atmosphere at the time they were growing. So therefore the carbon date will be accurate. My colleague Dr Alex Bayliss at English Heritage has been supervising the dating programme and will carry out future dating on the Hill." image011

Gill also mentioned they will continue to meticulously take as many of these samples as possible which they plan to store in a cold refrigerated state in the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton University, for future research. So possibly the technology to accurately answer these questions is still in its infancy but at least the samples had been saved for future examination in years to come. 

image013If as William Stukeley suggests in his drawing from his book Abury, a Temple of the British Druids published in 1743, that Silbury Hill may have always had a flat top, then the likelihood of polluted water seeping into every corner of the hill together with its close location to the busy traffic on the A4 could make accurate dating from insects and vegetation impossible.

Nevertheless, the importance of Silbury Hill to the dating of ancient constructions was clear. Unlike the pyramids in Egypt where lush vegetation had turned to desert, Silbury Hill seems to have been built during a temperate climate which has not witnessed dramatic changes up to the present day. So we must await the results. 

'Stepped' Construction

In the final and most complex phase of the construction of Silbury Hill is a series of 'chalk walls' retaining deposits of rubble for the finer material 'dumps' which lie between them were built in 'steps'.

Intriguingly, in spite of being weathered/damaged over time to look like a dry stone wall, these stones/bricks from the top of Silbury Hill could be measured, i.e. 74cm high x 1m wide x 30cm thick (approximately 29 x 391/2 x 12 pyramid inches). image015

image017"Over 10,000 survey points on the mound alone allowed us to plot detailed contours. This emphasised that the structure is not in fact circular, but built in straight segments that may indicate radial walls or buttresses" 

English Heritage Chief Archaeologist Professor Jim Leary.

The 'stepped' construction of pyramids in blocks is common throughout the world. Different materials may have been used in the main construction, e.g. limestone, chalk, etc., but there is also the presence of a crystalline stone such as granite, bluestone, or sarsen stone.

At Silbury Hill, large sarsen stones were discovered at the summit of the Hill which must have taken a Herculean effort to drag these stones to the summit at least 40m from ground level. This idea of a stepped pyramid capped with a crystalline stone can be found in China as the following passage explains:

During World War II a US Air Force pilot James Gaussman was flying between China and India, his report to an intelligence officer is very important: 

"I banked to avoid a mountain and we came out over a level valley. Directly below was a gigantic white pyramid. It looked like something out of a fairy tale. It was encased in shimmering white. This could have been metal, or some sort of stone. It was pure white on all sides. The remarkable thing was the capstone, a huge piece of jewel-like material that could have been crystal. There was no way we could have landed, although we wanted to. We were struck by the immensity of the thing." 


So, was Silbury Hill originally built as a stepped pyramid, or will the huge sarsen blocks recovered from the summit show that Silbury Hill was in fact a stepped podium and an obelisk on top.



Water is prevalent in and around Silbury Hill. Skanska engineers involved in the recent restoration project believe that during the construction of the second phase, chalk and clay was dug from its perimeter to produce a moat 40m wide and at an indeterminable depth. Water surrounding the mound can still be seen today. This appears to be another common factor regarding pyramids. From my recent visit to Bosnia, it is interesting to compare the recently discovered Pyramid of the Sun in Bosnia with the Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan, Mexico. 


In 1971 a complex underground chamber system was discovered directly underneath the Pyramid of the Sun in Mexico. A tunnel, seven feet high and extending for almost 200 feet, was also discovered. The floor of this tunnel was divided into segments with sluice gates and drainage pipes (possibly connecting to an underground water source?) were found. The tunnel led to a strange hollowed out area shaped like a cloverleaf and supported by adobe columns and basalt slabs. This complex appears to be an enormous waterworks, employing water for a technological purpose.


A similar underground tunnel complex known as 'Ravne' has been discovered with its entrance 2.5km from the recently discovered Pyramid of the Sun, Visoko in Bosnia-Herzegovina. 

So far 200m has been cleaned and secured with wooden supports, and intriguingly side tunnels and manmade dry stone walls have been discovered. 

image027The Pyramid of the Moon nearby provides evidence in the form of an elaborate manmade stepped pathway where water may have flowed down from the top of the pyramid like a fountain, for some technological function?

 Hrvoje Zujiƒá Independent Pyramid Researcher from Croatia, suggested that pyramids were used to remove ions from water found on, nearby or beneath the pyramid.

 The pyramid works as a capacitor that collects negative ions from underground water and tunnel network and discharges it to local atmosphere. The discharging is followed with mild local trembling (piezoelectric effect) as shown in his drawing.

 Ancient pyramids contain crystalline stones. Crystal is a transducer of electrical and mechanical energy, so that pyramid containing crystal stone (sarsen stone in the case of Silbury Hill) is a giant crystal piezoelectric transducer. So the pyramid is able to collect negative ions from underground water without electrical wires.

Interestingly, in some pyramids mica has been found as previously explained. An interesting property of mica, e.g. Illite, is that it has considerable ion substitution and is known to have potent healing properties! 

image029Underground water currents that surround the lower edges of the pyramid constantly shake off their negative ions, thus accumulating energy into the pyramid.

 Multilayered structure of pyramid would increase the total amount of negative ions that would be attracted from underground water and tunnel.

 So what are the benefits of removing ions from water? Recent studies have shown the beneficial effect of the release of this "energy of the universe" to human health and to the rapid growth of plants and crops in the near vicinity which may have been utilised by our early ancestors? We see today that modern air conditioning systems have negative ion generators.

 Linked with the abundance of water is ley line/earth energy. Silbury Hill sits on a node where ley lines criss-cross. Water and energy lines bisect every pyramid. 

Ley line/Earth energies

Dr Oleg Khavroshkin, Head of Nonlinear Seismology Lab, Russian Academy of Sciences, Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth, provided indisputable proof on how the pyramid shape can convert earth/ley line energy into seismic (acoustic) waves in a wide range of frequencies. 

He has measured these seismic pulses which emanate from the tip of the pyramid and has discovered that all pyramids, including the famous pyramids at Giza, produce their own seismoacoustic emission or unique location signal! He also discovered that seismoacoustic emission is accompanied by electromagnetic radiation. Why did we need transmission location devices on Earth at the time of the Pharaohs? 



These energies were clearly demonstrated in the 'The Silbury Hole Enigma' DVD produced and directed by Bert Janssen, where a mobile phone had 'spontaneously burned' when being carried by a climber who had descended into the collapsed shaft for a last chance to explore before English Heritage began work to backfill the hole.

Silbury Hill still seems to have the ability to convert this ley line/earth energy into seismic signals and powerful electromagnetic energy.

These energy lines and water sources are clearly shown in the map with the recent finings taken by Adrian Incledon-Webber Geomancer and Spirit Worker, at the Pyramid of the Sun in Bosnia.

What is particularly exciting about this pyramid and the others in the Bosnian Valley of the pyramids is they are naturally fashioned pyramid hills! Somehow our early ancestors knew that this naturally occurring pyramid shape had the same properties as the other pyramids they had to build from scratch. The pyramids in the Bosnian valley must have been a 'gift' to this early civilisation that was able to use them for some technological purpose which is evident in other pyramids throughout the world!


Maybe the climate in Bosnia at this early time was such that no vegetation existed on these pyramid hills, so the usefulness of these natural pyramid hills was obvious and easy to adapt to their particular practical purpose? 

Inherited items 

Inherited Items are common in all pyramids or pyramid sites and normally confuse the situation as we add our fanciful theories to the items discovered!

The most famous 'inherited item' is found in the Great Pyramid in Egypt, the only remaining member of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. It is believed the pyramid was built as a tomb for Fourth dynasty Egyptian King Khufu (Cheops in Greek). Were these Egyptian pyramids originally built as a place for storing or laying the dead or perhaps, or did the original function of the pyramid change over the millennia?

Silbury Hill provides a couple of interesting 'inherited item' examples. The traditional image we have of Silbury Hill is that of a 4,400 year old ceremonial mound, inspired by 'ritual' and built by our Pagan/Druid (pre-Christian) ancestors - this is mainly thanks to archaeologist Professor Atkinson following the dig from1968-70.

There were no records made of this exploration. However, the dig, sponsored by the BBC to help produce a series of gimmicky archaeology programmes, heavily promoted an item which they could use as a 'breaking news' headline as they now call it - an antler - which was subsequently radiocarbon dated to 4,400 years old. Remarkably someone, probably from the BBC, made the huge illogical leap that the antler was used as a tool in the construction of Silbury Hill, so it must also be 4,400 years old!! Incidentally, the antler was found just a few feet into the hill!

Similarly during the latest dig, in small pits at the top of the a small mound (Phase I) at the centre of Silbury Hill were found a small quantity of flint flakes, some of which have been dated to approximately 12,000 years old. When I spoke to flint specialist Barry Bishop he expressed his surprise at how few flint flakes had been found in Silbury Hill, which from his experience was very unusual. Were the flint flakes deliberately placed in the pit as some sort of time capsule? Or alternatively did the flint flakes end up there by chance as material was removed from the surrounding countryside for the construction? 

image037 The most recent 'inherited item' was discovered on September 23rd 2008.¬† In Donje Moštre (a large Neolithic emplacement in the Valley of the Pyramids near Visoko, Bosnia & Herzegovina), archaeologists unearthed a highly interesting and nicely decorated clay artefact representing a flat-topped pyramid. The estimated age of the artefact, according to German and Bosnian experts, is between 6,000 and 3,000 years BC. image035

The exciting discovery of this votive pyramid beneath the soil of Visoko, with its similarity with ancient votive pyramids from Egypt, is leading experts to speculate that this is proof that the Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids is among the oldest pyramidal complexes in the world! 


We can begin to piece together clues from the areas shown, but does this get us anywhere? Technology is enabling us to disprove the theories of the archaeologists and Egyptologists in the 19th and 20th centuries. Will our theories be tested and disproved using future technologies or will the clues to the purpose of pyramids, in the course of time, be found in our subconscious inherited memory?

I read a very interesting article in The Sunday Times titled Mankind's secrets kept in lunar ark. The article proposes that plans are being discussed at a conference in Strasbourg for a 'Doomsday ark' on the moon that will contain the essentials of life and civilization, to be activated in the event of earth being devastated by a giant asteroid or nuclear war.

A basic version of the 'ark' would contain hard disks holding information such as DNA sequences and instructions for metal smelting and planting crops - and presumably a computer? What attracted my attention to the article was the plan to place these items in a vault just under the lunar surface and transmitters above the vault would send the data to heavily protected receivers on earth. If no receivers survived, the 'ark' would continue transmitting the information until new ones could be built.

In my Alien Visitor gene theory I suggest our knowledge has been inherited from an alien ancestor. We have acquired the Alien memory of its life on earth together with its own history going back to when the Alien life first evolved on some distant planet!

In our minds, everything we imagine or have yet to imagine has already happened in our Alien history. In other words, we are mimicking the evolution of the Alien Visitor. The Alien Visitor's history is our future. There will be anomalies because we are evolving on earth and the Alien Visitor evolved on a different planet so this may force us to evolve in a slightly different way from the Alien Visitor.

So, if we are slowly recovering this alien knowledge, can we find clues to early human evolution in our modern ideas and inventions? Are we repeating the idea of a 'Doomsday ark' from knowledge contained in our inherited memory?

Does Silbury Hill display the hallmarks of a previous 'Doomsday ark' built on earth some 13,000 years ago?

A number of chambers have been found below the surface of the base of Silbury Hill. English Heritage archaeologists are beginning to realize that the construction of Silbury Hill was a clinical process, far more complex than just a pile of chalk as previously envisioned. For example, the stepped construction of Phase III of the Hill shows similar construction techniques to the ancient Egyptian stepped pyramid precedent at Saqqarah and the sun-temple of Niuserré.

Does Silbury Hill with its geometric shape, surrounded by water and located at a node where many ley lines or earth energies meet, contain the basic building blocks of a location transmitting/receiving device? Are the crop circles which appear in the vicinity the result of signals unable to be received or transmitted from this ancient ruin?

Are some of us inadvertently receiving these ancient transmissions?

Is history repeating itself to provide clues to the purpose of Silbury Hill and pyramids in general? 


Maybe we each hold a piece of the jigsaw to the mysteries of the pyramids and our early evolution in our inherited subconscious memory?

Share your knowledge and ideas on Pyramids on this blog or convey your ideas on the website Forum.



© John Cowie 2008



Dr Oleg Khavroshkin, Head of Nonlinear Seismology Lab, Russian Academy of Sciences, Schmidt Institute of Physics of the Earth,

His detailed investigations into Seismic signals in pyramids are provided in his presentations attached:-

Geophysical fields and signals of some pyramids 

Life, Civilization, Archeology 

Seismic Noise of Snowfru (Dahshru) Pyramid 

Seismic-Physical Structural Model of Pyramids 

Some History 

Hrvoje Zujić, Independent Pyramid Researcher from Croatia, co-author of the book 'The Secrets of the Pyramids Revealed'.

Were pyramids constructed as bio ionizers, a complex machine which draws beneficial underground energies from tunnel and water and to distribute it to atmosphere, i.e., generators of negative ions?

Find out more in his attached presentation Interpretation of Symbols on Megalith K-1(Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids).

Further related sites at: 

Gabriela Lukacs, Independent Researcher and Professional Tour Guide

Is Silbury Hill the only pyramid in Europe? Clearly not as shown from her presentation - European Pyramids 

Maxim Yakovenko, Russian Independent Pyramid Researcher, post-graduate student founder of

His exciting report with many photos about Chinese Pyramids can be found at: 

Dénes Joó, Architect, Systemic Evolutions Researcher, Pyramid Researcher, Budapest.

His meticulous paper title the Golden Mean or/and Chaos? This paper can be found in pdf format at: - 


With thanks to Oleg, Hrvoje, Gabriela, Maxim, Dénes, Chris and Adrian for their kind permission to share their dedicated work to aid our ongoing research into the pyramid phenomenon! 

Special thanks to Dr Semir Sam Osmanagich Founder of the 'Archaeological Park: Bosnian Pyramid of the Sun' Foundation, for providing the unique opportunity to meet so many likeminded scientists, academics and independent researchers during ' The First International Scientific Conference Bosnian Valley of the Pyramids' 

We look forward to The Second International Scientific Conference in two years time.