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Scientists Have Found Extraterrestrial Genes in Human DNA

Article by John Stokes                                  September 7, 2020                               (agoracosmopolitan.com)

• Non-coding DNA sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from molds to fish to humans. In human DNA they constitute a larger part of the total genome, says Professor Sam Chang at the Human Genome Project. HGP researchers believe that 97% of the non-coding sequences in human DNA is actually the genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.

• Non-coding sequences were discovered years ago and were originally labeled as “junk DNA” because their function remained a mystery. “What we see in our DNA is a program consisting of two versions, a big code and basic code,” says Professor Chang. He says that it is now a ‘verified fact’ that the primary DNA “big code” is a ‘program’ that was written by an advanced extraterrestrial intelligence, while the “basic code” was tailored to organisms living on the Earth and added to big code. “[G]enes by themselves are not enough to explain evolution; there must be something more in ‘the game’,” says Professor Chang.

• “Our hypothesis is that a higher extraterrestrial life form was engaged in creating new life and planting it on various planets. Earth is just one of them. Perhaps …it was a scientific experiment, or a way of preparing new planets for colonization, or [the]… ongoing business of seedling life in the universe,” says Professor Chang. The “extraterrestrial programmers” …wrote “the big code”, …made more improvements, tried again and again.” The ET DNA programmers were pressed to meet an ‘Earth project’ deadline, and “may have cut down drastically on big code and delivered a basic program intended for Earth.” This resulted in programming ‘gaps’ in DNA sequencing. Such gaps would explain the illogical growth of cancer cell masses that have their own “veins, arteries and …immune system that vigorously resists all our anti-cancer drugs”.

• Human genetic material would have been provided by human-looking extraterrestrials to enhance human evolution. Earth human’s spiritual evolutionary development has been ‘boosted’ by humans from other star systems incarnating here on Earth as “star seeds” or “star children”. ‘Contactees’ such as George Adamski, Orfeo Angelucci, George Van Tassell, Howard Menger, Paul Villa, Billy Meier and Alex Collier have described these human extraterrestrials as ‘benevolent’. Collier says that “Earth humans” are “a product of extraterrestrial genetic manipulation” by a variety of extraterrestrial races participating in this ‘human experiment’.

• So-called ‘ancient astronaut’ writers have long held that intelligent extraterrestrial beings visited and/or colonized Earth in the remote past, whereupon they upgraded the primitive hominid Homo erectus by means of genetic engineering to create the human race as we know it: Homo sapiens. Evidence for this idea is found in the improbability of Homo sapiens emerging so suddenly, and ancient myths describing human-like gods coming down from the heavens and creating mankind ‘in their own image’. Famous exponents of the ancient astronaut intervention theory are Erich von Daniken and Zecharia Sitchin.

• Dr. Micheal E. Salla is a founder of the ‘Exopolitics movement’ which seeks an open and informed dialogue about and ultimately with extraterrestrial beings, so that humankind will become a socially responsible “global democracy” within the Universe. He notes that “the most compelling testimonies on the different extraterrestrial races comes from ‘whistleblowers’ such as Sergeant Clifford Stone.” Stone, a retired U.S. Army sergeant who served 22 years, participated in the Army’s retrieval of crashed extraterrestrial ships and biological entities of a variety of extraterrestrial races. Dr. Salla claims that the presence of extraterrestrials residing on the Earth is known by various government institutions and agencies. Another military insider, former Master Sergeant Bob Dean, revealed that one group of extraterrestrial beings “looked so much like us they could sit next to you on a plane or in a restaurant and you’d never know the difference.” Apparently, “human extraterrestrial races can easily integrate with human society… where they can be indistinguishable from the rest of humanity.” said Dr. Salla.

• Exopolitics groups and independent contactees such as Alex Collier say that constituents of “Human ETs” seek to “uplift human consciousness” to “ensure that global humanity evolves in a responsible way without endangering both itself and the greater galactic community of which it is part.” Collier notes that “hostile elements” introduced competing cults and religions on Earth in order to manipulate and control humankind. Jesus Christ was a “human ET” who sought to inspire the social consciousness of humankind toward unity, not to create a divisive ‘Christian religion’. A religious ‘savior scenario’ was instilled in us to “disempower us” and allow for an elite-driven oppressive social power structure that compliments a ‘greed-oriented self-aggrandizement’ that they share with other elites from governments to business enterprises. The efforts of socially progressive human ETs have been undermined by ‘capitalists’ who exploit an oppressive agenda of greed and power. Benevolent human ETs seek to “help humanity find freedom from oppressive structures through education and consciousness raising.”

• In the 1950s, George Adamski was the first to write about extraterrestrials that had established a presence on Earth and were secretly living among the human population. Dr. Salla has written of other contactees, such as Howard Menger, who claim to have encountered extraterrestrials acting like ordinary citizens. “They apparently looked so much like us that they could get jobs, lived in neighborhoods, drove cars, and could blend in easily with the human population,” says Dr. Salla. “If Adamski is accurate in his recollections and the extraterrestrials are telling the truth, then it would appear that there could be a significant number of extraterrestrials who are living incognito among the normal population in many if not most major cities on the planet. Upon examining other contactee cases and the testimonies of whistleblowers, it does appear as though this is indeed the case.”

• The “human extraterrestrial visitors” have been reported as going to great trouble to ‘blend in’ – learning the indigenous language, learning how to drive and navigate on highways systems, and taking innocuous jobs over several years. These “human extraterrestrial visitors” have been represented has often having very attractive physical characteristics, with “human extraterrestrial females” being among the most beautiful.

• Alex Collier reports that there are over 135 billion other human beings living within the eight closest galaxies to ours. But advanced human ETs view Earth humans as savages that are a threat to themselves. “We have a very bad reputation,” says Collier, “because we are the only human race in the galaxy that kills itself, that turns on itself. We are the only race that allows itself to live in poverty. We are the only ones who allow members of our race to starve. We are the only ones that allow members of the race to be homeless. We are the only race that would sell itself into slavery.”

• The saving of Humanity from its current course of self-destruction may vitally rely on our setting aside greed-driven agendas to create a constructive dialogue in which we Earth humans view ourselves as an integral part of a much larger group of humans within this star sector, this galaxy, and this universe.

[Editor’s Note]  Recent corroboration that extraterrestrial humans live within our societies, unnoticed, comes from the late William M. Tompkins in his books Selected by Extraterrestrials Vol. 1 (2015) and Vol. 2 (2020). Tompkins worked with the US Navy and top aerospace companies throughout his career starting in the late 1940s. He states unequivocally that, from the beginning, many of the top aerospace engineers and executives had brilliant and gorgeous Nordic human female “assistants” and “secretaries” who were able to telepathically nudge the engineers with technical breakthroughs to move their research along. And for some reason, they were very highly sexualized in their dress and conversation.

Some information on message boards indicate that Dr. Sam Chang doesn’t exist. Credit for these genome research goes instead to two scientists in the former Soviet republic of Kazakstan, Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukov.

 

                  Alex Collier

A group of researchers working at the Human Genome Project indicate that they made an astonishing scientific discovery: They believe so-called 97% non-coding sequences in human DNA is no less than genetic code of extraterrestrial life forms.

                George Adamski

The non-coding sequences are common to all living organisms on Earth, from moulds to fish to humans. In human DNA, they constitute larger part of the total genome, says Prof. Sam Chang, the group leader. Non-coding sequences, originally known as “junk DNA”, were discovered years ago, and their function remained a mystery. The overwhelming majority of Human DNA is “Off-world” in origin. The apparent “extraterrestrial junk genes” merely “enjoy the ride” with hard working active genes, passed from generation to generation.

After comprehensive analysis with the assistance of other scientists, computer programmers, mathematicians, and other learned scholars, Professor Chang had wondered if the apparently “junk Human DNA” was created by some kind of “extraterrestrial programmer”. The alien chunks within Human DNA, Professor Chang further observes, “have its own veins, arteries, and its own immune system that vigorously resists all our anti-cancer drugs.”

Professor Chang further stipulates that “Our hypothesis is that a higher extraterrestrial life form was engaged in creating new life and planting it on various planets. Earth is just one of them. Perhaps, after programming, our creators grow us the same way we grow bacteria in Petri dishes. We can’t know their motives – whether it was a scientific experiment, or a way of preparing new planets for colonization, or is it long time ongoing business of seedling life in the universe.”

Professor Chang further indicates that “If we think about it in our human terms, the apparent “extraterrestrial programmers” were most probably working on “one big code” consisting of several projects, and the projects should have produced various life forms for various planets. They have been also trying various solutions. They wrote “the big code”, executed it, did not like some function, changed them or added new one, executed again, made more improvements, tried again and again.”

Professor Chang’s team of researchers furthermore concludes that, “The apparent “extraterrestrial programmers” may have been ordered to cut all their idealistic plans for the future when they concentrated on the “Earth project” to meet the pressing deadline. Very likely in an apparent rush, the “extraterrestrial programmers” may have cut down drastically on big code and delivered basic program intended for Earth.”

Professor Chang is only one of many scientists and other researchers who have discovered extraterrestrial origins to Humanity.

Professor Chang and his research colleagues show that apparent “extraterrestrial programming” gaps in DNA sequencing precipitated by a hypothesized rush to create human life on Earth presented humankind with illogical growth of mass of cells we know as cancer.”

Professor Chang further indicates that “What we see in our DNA is a program consisting of two versions, a big code and basic code.” Mr. Chang then affirms that the “First fact is, the complete ‘program’ was positively not written on Earth; that is now a verified fact. The second fact is, that genes by themselves are not enough to explain evolution; there must be something more in ‘the game’.”

“Soon or later”, Professor Chang says “we have to come to grips with the unbelievable notion that every life on Earth carries genetic code for his extraterrestrial cousin and that evolution is not what we think it is.”

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George Adamski Got Famous Sharing UFO Photos and Alien ‘Encounters’

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Article by Greg Daugherty                           January 9, 2020                           (history.com)

• George Adamski is perhaps the most famous UFO contactee and is certainly one of the most controversial characters in UFO history. Throughout his life, Adamski took photos of UFOs, wrote books and told stories of his encounters with human-like extraterrestrials from other planets in our solar system, gaining international fame as well as criticism.

• Adamski was born in Poland in 1891, coming to the U.S. with his parents and growing up in northern New York state. He had little formal education. In 1934, he told a Los Angeles Times reporter that he had lived in Tibet as a child, and planned to establish the first Tibetan monastery in Laguna Beach, California. In 1936, he told the newspapers that he was going to establish the world headquarters of an organization called ‘Universal Progressive Christianity’ in Laguna Beach. He also offered a tax plan to end the Great Depression in 1938.

• After World War II, Adamski’s ambitions turned to UFOs. In October 1946, he spotted his first UFO – a motionless black cigar-shaped craft. In August 1947, he witnessed a procession of 184 UFOs in the sky. By 1949, he’d attached a camera to his six-inch telescope and began scanning the skies. Adamski estimated that he took about 500 flying saucer photos, from which he got a dozen good quality shots. Newspapers and magazines published Adamski’s photos, and he gave lectures on UFOs. He also operated a tiny restaurant with a small telescope set up out back (in a rural area between Los Angeles and San Diego).

• In 1952, Adamski reported that he had met and conversed with a visitor from Venus in a California desert using a combination of hand gestures and mental telepathy, which he recounted in his 1953 book: Flying Saucers Have Landed. His 1955 sequel: Inside the Space Ships, recounted meeting human-like emissaries from Mars and Saturn. Adamski claimed that every planet in our solar system had human-like inhabitants, as did a base on the dark side of the Earth’s Moon.

• In his books, Adamski claimed that his extraterrestrial friends took him aboard a scout ship, flew him to a mother ship hovering over the Earth, gave him a ride around the Moon, and treated him to a colorful travelogue about life on Venus. He said that a 1,000 year-old man shared with him the secrets of the universe, some of which he was not allowed to divulge back on Earth.

• Adamski recounted his meeting in November 1952 with a human-like visitor from Venus in a remote part of the California desert. “The beauty of his form surpassed anything I had ever seen,” said Adamski. “(His) hair was sandy in color and hung in beautiful waves to his shoulders, glistening more beautifully than any woman’s I have ever seen.” The Venusian had come to deliver a message: ‘Earthlings should stop messing around with atomic bombs before they destroy their entire planet.’

• Project Bluebook investigator J. Allen Hynek called Adamski’s flying saucer photos ‘crude fakes’. Hynek’s Bluebook partner, Edward J. Ruppelt, visited Adamski’s restaurant in 1953 to find Adamski hawking his UFO photos. While Ruppelt didn’t believe him, he wrote that he was impressed all the same. “To look at the man and to listen to his story, you had an immediate urge to believe him,” said Ruppelt, … he had “the most honest pair of eyes I’ve ever seen.” SciFi writer Arthur C. Clarke also denounced Adamski’s work and called his believers “nitwits.” But in 1959, Queen Juliana of the Netherlands invited Adamski to her palace to discuss extraterrestrials. Adamski is said to have also had a secret meeting with the Pope in 1963.

• In 1961, Adamski published his last book: Flying Saucers Farewell, and continued to lecture widely. In 1965, Adamski predicted that a large fleet of flying saucers would soon descend on Washington, D.C. He died in April 1965 at age 74.

• Since his death, Adamski’s critics have tended to portray him as a harmless, small-time con artist. Others like Arthur C. Clarke and J. Allen Hynek have accused Adamski of discrediting the entire field of UFO research. But Adamski stuck by his story to the end. In his first book, Adamski gave an upbeat but ominous message: “Let us be friendly. Let us recognize and welcome the men from other worlds! They are here among us.”

 

To some, he was a prophet. To others, a laughing stock. Even today, more than half a century after his death, George Adamski remains one of the most curious and controversial characters in UFO history.

Adamski had multiple claims to UFO fame. Starting in the late 1940s, he took countless photos of what he insisted were flying saucers. But experts, including J. Allen Hynek, scientific consultant to the Air Force’s Cold War-era UFO investigation team Project Blue Book, dismissed them as crude fakes.

                 George Adamski

Then, in 1952, Adamski reported that he had met and conversed with a visitor from Venus in a California desert, using a combination of hand gestures and mental telepathy.

His story would only get stranger from there.

A star gazer is born

Adamski chronicled his alleged adventures in several books. The first, Flying Saucers Have Landed (1953), coauthored with Desmond Leslie, recounted his chat with the Venusian. Widely read at the time, it later gained a new generation of fans in the trippy 1960s.

Adamski’s 1955 sequel, Inside the Space Ships, described further meetings, not only with the Venusian but also with emissaries from Mars and Saturn.In Adamski’s telling, every planet in our solar system was populated with human-like inhabitants, as was the dark side of the earth’s moon.

In the 1955 book, Adamski claimed that his new friends took him aboard one of their scout ships, flew him to an immense mother ship hovering over the earth, gave him a ride around the moon and treated him to a colorful travelogue about life on Venus.

Along the way, he was also tutored by a space man he called “the master.” The master, who was said to be nearly 1,000 years old, shared the secrets of the universe with Adamski, only some of which he was allowed to divulge back on earth.

Preposterous as his stories seemed, Adamski became an international celebrity and lectured widely. Queen Juliana of the Netherlands raised a public stir after inviting him to her palace in 1959 to discuss extraterrestrial doings. Adamski supposedly claimed a secret 1963 meeting with the pope, as well.

Adamski soon had followers all over the planet. But not everybody was on board. Arthur C. Clarke, the author of 2001: A Space Odyssey, not only denounced Adamski’s work but characterized his believers as “nitwits.”

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UFOs Around the World: Denmark

by Robbie Graham                   August 29, 2018                     (mysteriousuniverse.org)

• Over the next several weeks, this writer, Robbie Graham, will conduct interviews with leading UFO researchers from countries around the world. This week, Robbie interviews Pia Knudsen in Denmark.

• In 2009, Knudsen co-founded Exopoltics Denmark, which now operates as UFO Denmark. Knudsen has been interviewed on national radio and television; she has written articles on the UFO topic and lectured in both the UK and Norway. Her’s is the only group currently organizing and sponsoring an annual UFO conference featuring international speakers.

• There seems to be an increase in contact cases in Denmark. Nowadays social media plays a key role in connecting people who seek information. Very rarely do people see disc-shaped UFOs. It is mainly orbs being reported. Knudsen has had several of her own UFO sightings.

• Pia identifies Major H. C. Petersen as a pioneer in Danish ufology. In 1952, Petersen was sent to Wright Patterson Airforce base in Ohio for training where he was astonished to learn that the Americans took the UFO topic seriously. The young officer became convinced that UFOs were real and was profoundly influenced by the teachings of George Adamski. In 1957, he founded Denmark’s first UFO group, Scandinavian UFO Information (SUFOI). Petersen passed away in 2013.

• Knudsen describes a compelling Danish UFO case when a police officer, Evald Maarup Hansen spotted a UFO above his police car on a remote country road in 1970, and again in 1973. Both the car and police radio shut down but he managed to take photos of the object. At the time, Air Force radar operator Nis Krog picked up the object on radar corroborating Hansen’s account.

• Amid great media hype, the Danish air force released their UFO files in January 2009. However, of the reported 15,000 files that the air force had collected since the 1950’s, only 228 case files were actually released. The government claims that all of the files from before 1978 are missing. The air force now refers all UFO incidents to the SUFOI UFO group and the government no longer comments on the topic.

 

Over the next several weeks, I’ll be conducting interviews with leading UFO researchers from countries around the world in an effort to paint a picture of global UFOlogy today.

This week, our global UFO trek takes us to Denmark, and to Pia Knudsen. Pia has had an interest in UFOs since a childhood sighting in British Columbia, Canada. In 2009 Pia co-founded Exopoltics Denmark, which now operates as UFO Denmark. Pia has been interviewed on national radio and for the National Geographic channel; she has written articles on the UFO topic and lectured in both the UK and Norway. In her current role as director of UFO Denmark, Pia says that she “strives to make the best research and documentation available for the Danish public.”

          Pia Knudsen

RG: Who have been the defining figures in Danish UFOlogy over the past 70 years (for better or for worse), and why?

PK: Major H. C. Petersen was a pioneer in Danish ufology, founding the first nationwide UFO group, Scandinavian UFO Information (SUFOI), in 1957.

As a captain lieutenant in 1952, Hans Christian Petersen was sent to Wright Patterson Airforce base in Ohio for training. During his stay, Petersen became astonished to learn that the Americans took the UFO topic seriously. Project Blue Book had headquarters at the base and the young officer became convinced that UFOs were real. In the mid-1950s, Petersen had his own UFO radar sighting at Skydstrup Airforce base, which fueled a lifelong interest in UFOs. Due to disagreements regarding George Adamski, H. C. Peterson left the SUFOI group in 1965 and went on to create a second group, IGAP (International Get Acquainted Program) to promote Adamski’s teachings. Both UFO groups still exist. While the SUFOI group has become increasingly skeptical of the topic and refers to UFOs as a myth with earthly explanations for all sightings, the IGAP group is slowly diminishing and now has very few members. H. C. Petersen passed away in 2013.

Early Danish UFO groups include UFO-Fyn, DISC and Nordisk UFO Organization. FUFOS (Frederiksberg UFO Studygroup) had quite a following in the 1970s, promoting not only UFOs but a mix of topics. The group eventually changed its name and focus; it seldom focusses on UFOs nowadays.

In 2009 I co-founded the Exopolitics Denmark group, focusing on political and environmental activism surrounding UFOs. Each year we invite leading researchers to Denmark. In 2014, you [Robbie Graham] joined George Knapp and Terje Toftenes in Copenhagen to speak about UFOs and the media. Other speakers have included Richard Dolan, Robert Hastings, Timothy Good, Suzy Hansen, Gary Heseltine, Jeremey Corbell, Mary Rodwell, Steven Bassett, A. J. Gevaerd and more. In May 2018, Grant Cameron visited both Copenhagen and Kolding.

In late-2017, Exopolitics Denmark voted to change its name to UFO Denmark. We now have a broader focus to create debate and provide information surrounding the UFO topic.

RG: What do you consider to be the most compelling Danish UFO incident on record, and why?

PK: Police officer Evald Maarup Hansen twice spotted a UFO above his police car on a remote country road in 1970, and again in 1973. Both the car and police radio shut down during the event, but Evald Maarup managed to take three pictures of object. He reluctantly spoke about the event after collegues had contacted the media. In 2010 I located a radar operator, Nis Krog, who had been on duty at the nearby Skydstrup Airforce Base and had seen an unidentified object on his radar at the time and in the area Maarup had his encounter. This case was included in a National Geographic documentary I worked on in 2013 and Nis Krog went public for the first time confirming his radar observations.

RG: What is the Danish government’s official stance on UFOs? When was the last time it issued a statement on the subject?

PK: The Danish air force released their UFO files in January 2009. There was a big hype in the press. The air force stated that they had collected 15,000 files since the mid-fifties but in fact only released 228 cases on the day. They claimed all files from before 1978 had gone missing. On average, 250 cases were reported each year, so I estimate that 7,500 cases should have been released in 2009. No members of the press or the SUFOI UFO group questioned why so few cases were released. The air force’s offical website recommends all new incoming cases be reported to the SUFOI group. I have done much more research into the file release and have an article on the subject. The government no longer comments on the topic.

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