Extraterrestrials refer to simple or complex beings whose life is not dependant on Earth.


Main: Enigma 37

Ata, Peru

Kazakhstan. Maxim A. Makukov and Vladimir I. Shcherbak support the extraterrestrial panspermia hypothesis,[1] as what they call "Enigma 37". Makukov of the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute and Shcherbak from the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University spent 13 years working for the Human Genome Project – a mission that hoped to map out human DNA. According to their research: "Our hypothesis is that a more advanced extraterrestrial civilisation was engaged in creating new life and planting it on various planets. Earth is just one of them." Makulov then said: “Sooner or later … we have to accept the fact that all life on Earth carries the genetic code of our extraterrestrial cousins and that evolution is not what we think it is.”[2] (See also Panspermia[1])[3]

Starchild skull 1

Starchild skull

If Enigma 37 is true, then we may share a lot of the same DNA as our extraterrestrial creators. Discoveries like "Maria", a human-like Nazca mummy, is anticipated to have very similar DNA to us.[4] Likewise, it has also been determined that the Starchild skull[5] and Ata[6][7] also share the same human DNA genome, with slight variations. Also note that Neanderthals are 99.5% genetically identical to humans, while chimpanzees are 98.8 percent identical to human DNA. The question remains even amongst mainstream science, "How can we be so similar--and yet so different?"[8]

Ancient astronautsEdit

Main: Ancient astronauts

England. The "ancient astronauts hypothesis" is used to support the theory of extraterrestrial life. Graham Hancock points to the abundance of ancient cave art (see Mantis), from all parts of the world, as being evidence for: Humanity having been visited, taught and nurtured by "non-terrestrial beings". It's believed that for at least 35,000 years (See Council of Nine), different cultures have portrayed them as “spirits”, “elves” or “fairies”, “angels” or “demons”, and most recently as “aliens”. The same imagery of beings and "vehicles" depicted in ancient cave art also occur in the recent art of shamanistic peoples still living today in remote regions such as the Kalahari and the Amazon jungle. Even more mysteriously, similar experiences and imagery are reported by Western lab volunteers, placed experimentally under the influence of hallucinogens such as DMT, psilocybin, mescaline and LSD. The growing popularity in the West of the Amazonian visionary brew Ayahuasaca (where the active ingredient is DMT) has opened up these experiences of parallel realms and their inhabitants to an ever-growing constituency of North Americans and Europeans.[9]

The common factor, which is also fundamental to all forms of shamanism, appears to be altered states of consciousness and, crucially, this does not suggest that these experiences are in any way “unreal”. On the contrary the evidence supports the hypothesis that in deeply altered states of consciousness the receiver wavelength of the brain is altered to allow us to tune into and interact with beings from other levels and dimensions of reality. These beings, Graham Hancock argues, are the ancient teachers of mankind. Though much of modern civilization is in a state of rigid denial the fact is that they are still very much in contact with us today. These contacts, and how we as a society react to them – are as fundamental to the future of our species now as they were 35,000 years ago.[9]


Main: Dulce affair

United States. The Aviary—a team of UFO disinformants highly active between 1980 and 2010, pushed Paul Bennewitz to the breaking point for exposing Dulce Base and an alien agenda. Bennewitz was eventually institutionalized. The "alien agenda" is believed to be a campaign put forth to condition people into believing that UFOs are "extraterrestrial", coupled with skeptics to debunk the concept. While people are fighting over what's buzzing in the skies, an alien network is thriving below our feet in underground Subterranean networks. The Subterranean theory is supported by Jason Bishop, and Branton.

Nazca mummy

Nazca mummy

Humans are surface dwellers and 'The Others' are subterraneans with advanced spacecraft—but not necessarily interstellar (see atom displacer theory). Ancient humans may have had a relationship with 'The Others', but since the advent of the Abrahamic faiths mankind has lost touch and demonized 'The Others'. Jacques Vallée has recently dropped the "extraterrestrial hypothesis", and has promoted the possibility that UFO-alien phenomena are actually indigenous to Earth.


The Lacerta Files state that humans were evolved by very advanced beings known as the "illojiim".[10]

See alsoEdit


  1. 1.0 1.1 Reddit, Journal of Science, Science AMA Series
  2. SHOCK CLAIM: Human DNA ‘was designed by aliens’, say scientists
  3. Interview with Maxim_Makukov
  4. Reddit, Nazca Peru: Non-human Mummy Discovered
  5. Coast to Coast AM, The Alien Conspiracy
  6. File:Signed-Lachman-report.pdf
  7. File:Chile-Specimen GPN-Summary.pdf
  8. American Museum of Natural History, DNA: Comparing Humans and Chimps
  9. 9.0 9.1 UFO Digest, Elves, Aliens, Angels and Ayahuasca (2011), by Dirk Vander Ploeg's
  10. Lacerta File 1999 (Commentary)

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