Are Humans the Real Ancient Aliens?
Experts Conclude That Extraterrestrial Beings Genetically Designed The First Humans, 500,000 Years Ago
How special are we? A recent research paper suggests that terrestrial-style biology may be rare, and Earth may be among the first examples of a planet able to sustain life in the cosmos. Even as the new kids on the block, humans are seemingly one of the precious few instances of intelligence to arise in the universe since the Big Bang did its thing.
Officially, the first humans appeared on Earth some 4 million years ago, but recent evidence suggests that a tiny number of these early hominids were genetically transformed and controlled by ancient alien invaders to produce the first Homo Sapiens.
Harvard Astronomer Avi Loeb and his colleagues in the U.K. have argued that the halcyon days for life are still to come. It’s not even morning in the universe; it’s pre-dawn. Biology may erupt like weeds on an untold number of worlds, but if so, the infestation will take place tens of billions of years in the future.
Daniella Fenton, an author, and researcher has studied humanity’s earliest origins as well as the brain’s abrupt acceleration almost 800000 years ago.
She says that when compared to other primates, humans have abnormalities in their evolution, some of which are so complicated that they can only be explained or carried out via modern genetic engineering.
Daniella Fenton brings to a succession of substantial alterations in genes involved with brain growth, neural architecture, and information processing in her book “Human Hybrids: Scientific Evidence from our 800,000-year-old Alien Legacy.”
Finally, Fenton revealed that someone developed an entire generation of people that carried the chromosome-2 fusion. Such a change to this chromosome would have a significant influence on brain development, immune system function, and reproductive functions.
According to Fenton, there is further proof that humans were created by aliens, such as tangible material left by stars, stuff that dates from the same time period.