Mankind faces a serious dilemma in the very near future.
You may be prone to deny my theory of exile planetary imprisonment, but, before you get too comfortable with the assumption that my theory is outrageous, and simply cannot be true, look closely at what elements make a theory – whether mine, evolution or creationism – plausible and probable.
A theory, in the scientific sense of the word, is an analytic structure designed to explain a set of empirical observations. A scientific theory does two things:
- it identifies this set of distinct observations as a class of phenomena
- it makes assertions about the underlying reality that brings about or affects this class
In the scientific, or empirical tradition, the term ‘theory’ is reserved for ideas which meet baseline requirements about the kinds of empirical observations made, the methods of classification used, and the consistency of the theory in its application among members of the class to which it pertains. In general theories are expected to be functional and parsimonious: ie: a theory should be the simplest possible tool that can be used to effectively address the given class of phenomena.
Mankind Is Placed In Prison On Planet Earth
Empirical observations about the theory of human imprisonment on Earth provide clear elements to substantiate it.
A few are:
- No evidence of Cro-magnoid existence, or evolution on this planet prior to 50,000 – 60,000 years ago
- Cro-magnoid’s possession of intellectual, social, economic and technological abilities never before seen on Earth
- Cro-magnoids exhibit criminal and anti-social behaviors
- Millions of reported sightings of unidentified flying objects (UFOs), and UFO abductions of Cro-magnoids throughout millenniums
- Supportive ancient religious and metaphysical art, artifacts and documents
Following the basics of criminal investigations, set forth are the three aspects needed to convince and convict; means, motive and opportunity.
Means: A civilization that has achieved interstellar flight capability certainly possesses the ability to ‘quarantine’ biological threats.
Motive: Cro-magnoid prisoners have a defined and well documented propensity toward insanity, violence and aggression.
Opportunity: Planets exist in the universe that are biologically capable of supporting hominid life forms (Earth is proof).
We must face the reality that we are children of the stars, creatures from outer space, extraterrestrial, alien. Everything that we do, and all the scientific evidence that we gather, verifies that our Cro-Magnon ancestors did not evolve on this planet.
Yes, we are capable of horrible thoughts and actions, but we are also capable of amazing levels of art, technology, love, nurturing and healing. However, our ancestors were not imprisoned here because of all of the inherent ‘good’ qualities. They were exiled to this prison planet to protect interstellar civilizations from our ‘evil’ natures.
As long as we remain imprisoned on Earth, we pose little threat to peace in the universe. However, as we near the day when our first manned interstellar flight departs, we also near the day when we will force a decision by the extraterrestrials who put us here thousands of years ago in order to protect themselves.
We have been warned to change since our first day on Earth.
If there is a spiritual thread that runs through human history far before any religion, it is knowledge of our evil nature, and the need to change. This is much more than mere coincidence, for virtually every society and religion throughout all of history has warned of great peril to mankind if does not ‘remove’, ‘repent’ or ‘cleanse’ itself from evil thoughts and actions.
And, the warning to ‘change’ has been global. It has existed in many forms, from generation to generation, for thousands and thousands of years everywhere on Earth. Because contact with us has always been strictly forbidden, except for necessary testing and assessment, interstellar sympathizers risked great peril in order to warn our ancestors of the terrible future that we face if we refuse to change.
It is imperative to our survival to use all possible resources to locate, then remove or repair the genetic flaw(s) that make us such a threat to each other, to this planet, and to peace in the universe. This solitary change in human genetics will usher in a new era of civilization, devoid of greed and the fear of each other. It will allow us to live in a world of love and respect, a world devoid of war.
The fragile planet that we now stand on the verge of destroying will still change, but in a beautiful and environmentally responsible way. However, the decision to genetically change our behaviors must be of our own collective free will. The very survival of mankind is at stake. Denial of our problem, and failure to take appropriate action, will ultimately prove to be nothing short of suicidal.
We now rapidly approach the junction in time where humanity’s path splits. Down one path lies imminent and certain destruction. Down the other is the fulfillment of our destiny; living peacefully here and throughout the vast reaches of the universe. We are not a natural part of this planet’s evolution. We are exiled extraterrestrials. Repair of our deviant gene(s) will save us from destruction, either by our own hand, or by the hand of others, and allow us to realize our potential.
The advanced drive technologies, electronics and metallurgical miracles that we need for safe interstellar travel lie dormant in our genes. We are very near to achieving universal communication (aliens do not use telepathy), and now need to undergo a radical change in how we think of the use of power before interstellar spacecraft can become a reality. But, we will never know the wonders within us if we continue the way we are, for we stand on the verge of global annihilation.
The ability to communicate with extraterrestrials and other life forms is also becoming increasingly important. However, we are going about it all wrong. There is a language that all life forms throughout the universe use, and one that we have the ability to learn. And, by learning this ancient form of communication, we will at last be able to communicate with other life, not just on this world, but on other worlds too. This language is known as interspecies communication.
In conclusion, whether you agree or disagree with my theory of exile, thank you for taking the time to read through my website. My theory of our exile on Earth details my belief about who we are, when we were put here, why we were put here, where we need to go, and what’s going to happen to us – depending on our choice(s). Secretly, I pray that I am wrong, but all of the scientific evidence gathered to date clearly indicates that I am not.
To rid any confusion over any similarities between my theory, put forth in Ancestry of Man, and a book called ‘Alien Interview’, written and edited by Lawrence R. Spencer, there are a couple of important facts that you need to know. The first fact is that the theory of Ancestry of Man was written in 1987, and was inspired by very real events that took place in 1974. The book, Alien Interview, was written in 2008, and according to the author, “…as far as ‘Alien Interview’ is concerned, and for all practical purposes, the content of the book is a work of fiction.” Spencer makes no claim to the factuality of the content, and in fact, cannot prove that the alleged author actually ever even existed. The notes and transcripts contained in the book are solely and only based on the representations and alleged documents provided by a deceased author, Matilda O’Donnell MacElroy. However, Spencer is not in possession of any original documents, or copies of original documents, from Mrs. MacElroy. And, Lawrence R. Spencer openly admits that, “Some material contained in the book may have similarities to Earth philosophies as the variety of these are too numerous to list, and bear too many fundamental similarities to be easily differentiated.” I hope this makes it very clear that Ancestry of Man was written over a decade before Alien Interview was, and is based on very real events, unlike Lawrence R. Spencer’s book.