History & Exopolitics

Researchers believe that Humans are not from Earth; We originated from elsewhere in the Universe

  • Karl Elliot-Gough

    This article is insane – yes there is of course live everywhere in the universe and life began on earth seeded from frozen comets colliding. To extrapolate this out to argue humans are not from earth is, and I hate this word, STUPID. Perhaps an argument for creationists, us evolutionists find the current chronology incorrect but our skin and bones are from Gaia. I disagree with the out-of -Africa theory but to disrespect Gaia’s creations is just ludicrous. Tell a shaman he is not from this planet, he will chuckle. Every mineral in our body is from different parts of the universe, we are truly star (dead super-nova ones) children and it is about time we started to pull together and start a proper revolution to end our culture of killing and destroying, whilst putting money as the new god-head. We are sick because of the food chain and pollution not because we evolved on a planet with 25 hours . . . OMG, I live for the extraordinary but this is comedy . . Increase the peace xx

    • weikamis

      Sadly, it sounds as if your mind is “tightly closed” causing you to have limited thinking???:)

      • Ian K. Iles

        It sounds more as if he is thinking a little more critically than some, rather than simply accepting some unevidenced assertion.

        • Karl Elliot-Gough

          Thanks Ian

    • racers15

      Well I can tell you that I’ve been to the Amazon jungle and shared many wonderful experiences with Shaman there and they all agreed on one thing… that we as a species are not originally from this planet. According to their belief system we are originally came from the stars. And no, they weren’t laughing and neither was I.

      • Andrew Stanford

        Exactly racers15! So glad someone called them on that claim! As in my experience, I’ve never found a Shaman of any type that believed they originated on this planet.

  • Collen Loft-Thompson

    Planets themselves are living creatures, so are the stars. The universe is full of life. Just not in the way we would like to think. Think about this, we are a creature that is consuming it’s host and spreading every day. If other life out there like us came here and saw what we are doing to this creature what would you think? You would probably say no way would I want these creatures to find me or my home. That is to say maybe life like us out there is hard to find because maybe they are hiding from us? Like how animals run away from you when you walk through the forest. It’s the same concept. And maybe other planets have a defense like camouflage to hide from predators, and keep out of our sight? Our ancestors called them gods, today we call them planets, stars, moons, etc..

  • Terry Tibando

    What was your first clue?

    Neanderthal was the native intelligent species of Earth for more than 250,000 years then Homo sapiens showed up and interbred with them. Homo sapiens are probably from Mars which makes us Martians! Structures, ruins, artifacts and fossilized humanoid remains on Mars are the same or similar to those found in ancient times on Earth.
    Martians (us) came from the Orion constellation which in turn may have come the from the Pleiades star system!

    Now you know the rest of the story!

  • Vicki Jenssen

    the question is this, what happened 40,000 years ago to transform just another hominid into homo sapiens? Our MINDS are unlike anything else on this planet….anatomically we might be predictable but our MINDS are not…Silver is onto something.

    • Ian K. Iles

      And no doubt you can explain just how our minds are unlike anything else on this planet. I mean, you obviously know that there’s no similarity between our brains & those of other animals … oh wait, you don’t, because there’s a great deal of similarity. Maybe you’re talking nonsense?

      • Vicki Jenssen

        no difference in brains…my point was that our *minds* are different than the rest of the animal kingdom…no better, no worse…just different.

        • Ian K. Iles

          And the mind of a shrew is no doubt very different from that of a goat, or a turtle from that of a hummingbird. Did they all originate from different worlds too?

  • Josh Nelson

    http://www.thiaoouba.com/ Am I the only one who thought about Thiaoouba Prophecy while reading this?

    • weikamis

      To me having had so many OBES during my lifetime every since I was a child, it brings into my mind the several times I experienced being in places that were not of the planet we live on……..and yet there were those that appeared as human beings with that which seemed like , “different rules/laws?”

  • weikamis

    This to me is very interesting. It also makes a very good point because so many, one in particular the best selling author of, Embraced by the Light, Betty J. Eadie when writing about here Near Death Experience….details a section she refers to as having experienced during her NDE as MANY WORLDS!

  • Kipper Mathews

    “your getting warmer”

    • Andrew Stanford

      You’re getting warmer.

  • Ian K. Iles

    So ‘researchers [plural] believe’ becomes the fanciful imaginings of one person. Nothing misleading in that headline then. And no evidence for any of the claims. I’m convinced.

  • Zikina Dinastija

    the answer is what we are is we ARE MONKEYS BECOME HUMAN