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The Aliens Living Among Us


By James Donahue

September 2005


Guardian writer Paul Davies has suggested that NASA might be wasting time, money and energy planning a manned flight to Mars in search for the origins of life when the answer probably lies right here, under our noses.


Indeed, Davies is quite right, except even he seems to be missing an obvious point as he digs through data from the microbial world, seeking proofs to back up his arguments.


“Because even the simplest living cell is immensely complex, the odds of such a thing forming by chance are virtually zero,” he writes.


“If that’s the way it happened, then life is a freak phenomenon, and we will almost certainly be alone in the universe. However, the search for life beyond Earth, which underpins the burgeoning field of astrobiology, is based on a belief that chance played only a subordinate role. Instead, some sort of ‘life principle’ is envisaged to be at work in the universe, coaxing matter along the road to life against the raw odds.”


Davies rejects the theory by biologists that all known life stems from a single organism, and he questions the theory of Nobel prize-winning biologist Christian de Duve that because of ‘a cosmic imperative’ life will emerge anywhere in the universe where conditions favor its existence.


“If life is indeed a cosmic imperative, we might expect it to have started many times over on our home planet,” he writes. (Because of geological evidence of past mass extinctions, there is a good chance that it has done exactly that, not just once, but many times right here on this planet.)


Davies points to a flaw in the sequencing of genes of microbes to attempt to position them on the tree of life. He says these techniques “are customized to identify life as we know it.” He asks how we can be sure that the world under our feet also “isn’t seething with alien bugs?”


Davies, a physicist at the Australian Center for Astrobiology, writes that he and other researchers, including his wife Pauline, have been attempting to identify ways in which “multiple genesis episodes might have left traces in Earth’s geological or biological record” and finding a way to identify alien microbes that might exist among the natural ones.

One interesting study by NASA has been going on in the Atacama Desert where the dry soil is believed to be as close to the Martian climate as we can find on this planet. Here scientists are soaking the soil with a nutrient soup to see if they can find signs of life. They also are repeating the experiment with anti-soup, the same stuff but made from mirror molecules.


Davies and his wife, a science journalist, are carrying this experiment a step farther. They are dropping various microbes into a bowl of anti-soup, watching to see if any of them multiply. Those that do well in this environment might be identified as aliens.


He said this experiment is currently going on at NASA’s Marshall Spaceflight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.


What Davies and all of the scientists out there seem to be missing is that life is so abundant, we are surrounded by it. It not only exists in microbial form under our feet, it is deep in the earth, in everything around us, and even in the air. Space seems to be teeming with life.


The obvious fact is that the Earth is a living organism and consequently, while it lives, life continually springs from the pre-biotic chemistry within her. And if our planet lives, then so does the universe. That means that Mars is, or once was a living organism and that a careful search of its makeup will produce evidence of the same pre-biotic chemistry that exists here on Earth.


The only difference is that conditions are not right on Mars for life to spring up. Nor are conditions right on any of the other planets in our solar system. We can be assured, however, that life is abundant somewhere else in space. That is because it is all alive.


We know this because our planet is constantly being visited by alien ships, most of them unmanned, but here to observe and possibly to take DNA samples.


Psychic Aaron C. Donahue is promoting an ancient concept of Luciferianism. It is Donahue’s belief that the human race is a product of genetic engineering by an alien race that visited this planet thousands of years ago. He believes this visitor, locked in our mythology as the fallen angel Lucifer, visited our garden and planted his DNA in earth humanoids, thus skipping millions of years of evolutionary development. This, in effect, explains that so-called “missing link” in the evolutionary chain.


That the DNA coil resembles two intertwined serpents has not been lost to mythology. The symbol appears everywhere in ancient stone carvings and symbols, including the Tao, a distorted version that now appears as the Christian cross.


Thus, Donahue teaches, we are children of the Mother Earth, from where we sprang, and we carry the DNA of Lucifer. So in effect, he is our father.


Donahue also teaches that the universe is a giant information system and that we as humans are a part of that system. Everything we think, write, or say is stored in a collective subconscious data base somewhere in the cosmos. Everything, from the smallest bacteria to the suns, moons, planets and galaxies, are in constant communication.


Thus life is far more abundant that Earth scientists have ever dreamed. They simply haven’t allowed their minds to think such vast thoughts.  

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