Every person born on Earth feels a primal connection to the stars, and feels part of the universe.
Deep within us the constellations call to us, and the depths of space beckon to us with unspoken word. The reason for this is that humans did not originate on Earth. Our ancestry is interstellar, from worlds that one day we may visit. We are aliens, divine creatures from other galaxies, evolutionary marvels and prisoners on this planet.
Earth Is A Prison Planet - Image by Azrainman
Ancestry of Man states that the origin of man is extraterrestrial.
Earth is a prison planet, and humans are prisoners. Here you will learn the truth about UFOs and extraterrestrials, and what part they play in our origin…
The origin of man has mystified us since the dawn of history. Curiosity about where we came from has led to four primary theories about the origin of man: Evolution, Creation, Panspermia and Exile.
Ancestry of Man is the theory of human exile.
There is no doubt that our origin includes some degree of evolution, creation, and panspermia, but none of those theories are able to provide hard and indisputable scientific proof that their claim of human origin on Earth is correct. The theory of exile is the only theory that provides absolute proof to substantiate its claim. But first, here is a better explanation of the four theories of human origin:
Theory Of Evolution
The theory of evolution states that human origin is the result of natural selection among hominoids (ape family). However, despite evolutionists best efforts to mislead the public, they have not, and will not succeed in proving that Cro-Magnons originated on this planet. The best proof evolutionists have provided to date are hoaxes, that when challenged, are revealed to be deliberate falsehoods or baseless opinions (such as the Piltdown Man). Ask yourself this, if the origin of man was from apes, why haven't the apes evolved and why aren’t they that much more advanced than we are?
Theory Of Creation
The theory of creation is that man was intentionally and/or divinely created on Earth. It is based on the belief that something cannot manifest from nothingness, therefore there must be a single origin of all. While often confused with religions, historians agree that belief in creation predates any religion; in fact it existed when our ancestors were still living in caves. However, believers in creation rely on unseen, unheard and unproven deities. Like evolution, creation also lacks any hard proof of its claim. Religions, such as those of Islam, Christianity and Judaism, all claim that our origin on Earth is attributed to a deity (or deities) who created us.
Theory Of Panspermia
The theory of Panspermia is that life did not begin on Earth at all, but was biologically brought here from elsewhere in space, most likely aboard a meteorite. For instance, because a number of martian meteorites have been found on Earth, some researchers controversially contend meteorites brought microbes here, potentially making us all of extraterrestrial origin. However, even if this concept were true, we would still need to have evolved to a higher state.
Theory Of Exile
The theory of exile, this theory, is that the origin of man is extraterrestrial. It states that our species (homo sapiens sapiens) has not been on Earth since the dawn of time. Humans are actually a very recent event in global history. Ancestry of Man acknowledges that there are fossils of other hominoids on Earth, but none of cro-magnons (ours) that are older than 60,000 years. We did not evolve on Earth. Nor did we come ‘out of Africa’. Human genealogy is 100% extraterrestrial. Never in its entire history has Earth seen a species as advanced as ours. But, as advanced as we are, we have some very dangerous traits. Traits that led to human exile on Earth. Is Earth a prison planet? Yes. Are we extraterrestrial? Yes. What is our true origin? Other worlds. How did we get here? UFOs. (I go into greater detail about this on other pages)
Mankind Is Placed In Prison On Planet Earth
You might immediately deny the theory of exile, thinking that extraterrestrials putting us onto a prison planet is the stuff of alumimum foil hats and lead rooms, but before you get too comfortable with the assumption that this theory is outrageous and cannot be true, look closely at what elements make a theory plausible and probable - whether mine, panspermia, evolution or creation.
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 a 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, or in other words, a theory should be the simplest possible tool that can be used to effectively address the given class of phenomena.
We can only imagine what purpose lies behind the activities of these quiet, harmlessly cruising objects that time and again approach the Earth. The most likely explanation, it seems to me, is that they are simply watching what we are up to.
– Dr. Margaret Mead, world-renowned Anthropologist. (Redbook, vol. 143, September 1974)
Universal Connection With Stars
There is other life in the universe, and we are living proof. We were exiled on Earth when we became an interstellar menace, making action necessary. Aliens and UFOs continue to assess us to determine our fate.
For more information about our imprisonment on Earth, please visit the page, ‘Imprisoned’.