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Concept Of Alien Origin Gaining Acceptance


By James Donahue

May 2005


The concepts promoted by the Luciferian movement appear to be gaining acceptance in science circles, probably because the concept is now planted strong in the collective subconscious mind of the human race.


Consider a story in New Scientist magazine by Paul Davies, a professor from the Australian Centre for Astrobiology at Macquarie University in Sydney, that suggests a message from an alien race might be found in human DNA.


Davies notes that astronomers have been sweeping the skies with radio telescopes and high tech listening devices for more than 40 years, hoping to catch a signal from an alien civilization. But to date, nothing of significance has been received.


Yet evidence of alien existence is visible almost daily in our skies in the form of UFO sightings. These vessels are exactly what the acronym says they are, unidentified flying objects. The best possible way to explain them is that they come from other worlds.


Psychic Aaron C. Donahue, who has been shocking the world with his proclamation that Lucifer was an alien that came to Earth thousands of years ago and manipulated the genes of primitive humanoids to create modern man, has had predecessors who laid some ground work for this concept. Among the best known are Swiss author Erich Von Daniken (Chariots of the Gods-1968) and writer Zecharia Sitchin (The 12th Planet – 1978) who claim evidence exists on Earth to indicate alien intervention.


That the scientific world may at last be listening to this argument is clearly indicated in the Davies article.


Without stating why he thinks it possible, Davies suggests that the best way for the aliens to make contact with us is by leaving a “cosmic greeting card” in our DNA. He said the coded message would only be discovered once the human race has the technology to read and understand it.


Davies said he thinks it is incorrect for us to assume that extraterrestrials who may be millions of years ahead of us technologically, would choose to communicate by radio transmission.


Even leaving artifacts for us to find, as suggested in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, might not work because such items would be corrupted by aging, human and planet activities after long periods of time.


Davies said a better solution would be to incorporate information into the human genome, allowing it to be copied and maintained over long periods of time.


It is an interesting theory and one that should be explored.

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