Did extraterrestrials genetically engineer Homo sapiens 780,000 years ago?
Early humans appeared on Earth some 4 million years ago, but a few evidence from the study of human evolution has found persuasive proof that, in the distant past, highly advanced extraterrestrial visitors on earth genetically changed a select subset of these hominins to produce the first Homo sapiens.
Alien engineering human DNA (Ilustration). © Image Credit: MRU
For a few years, Daniella Fenton, a researcher and the author, has been doing an in-depth inquiry into the early origins of mankind and its abrupt acceleration in brain growth close to 800,000 years ago; her work has resulted in a significant revelation:
Homo sapiens are the descendants of ancient astronauts who came 780,000 years ago through a wormhole from the Pleiades star cluster.
The Australian researcher, a specialist in horse bloodlines and genetic expression discovered multiple genetic modifications that distinguish humans from current monkey species, some of which are so dramatic that they can only be explained by advanced genetic engineering.
Daniella Fenton’s book, ‘Hybrid Humans: Scientific Evidence of Our 800,000-Year-Old Alien Legacy,’ outlines a succession of substantial alterations in the genes related to brain growth, neural architecture, and information processing. Genes that arise abruptly completely formed out of so-called “junk DNA” and portions of genes that have been plucked out, replicated, and re-inserted are examples of these modifications.
Hybrid Humans: Scientific Evidence of Our 800,000-Year Old Alien Legacy © Image Credit: Daniella Fenton
Fenton sees the inexplicable fusion of Chromosome-2 approximately 780,000 years ago, at the same time as these other mutations, as more proof of alien manipulation. This fusion occurs in all large-brained human species, including Neanderthals and Denisovans, but not in any other primate species.
She argues that the fusion of chromosome-2 should have been a one-time mistake that would vanish in the next generation, or it may have resulted in a tiny community of people with 46 chromosomes within a maximum population of 48 individuals. Instead, the mutation was seen in all humans 780,000 years ago.
This, according to Fenton, clearly suggests that the fusion had a significant benefit and that it arose abruptly in a large number of people (intentionally), allowing chromosome-2 to become a permanent and dominant feature. This does not correspond to any known natural mutations in the human genome.
“Someone developed a whole generation of breeding partners that contained the fusion of chromosome-2,” Fenton explains. “The chromosomal alteration would have an effect on brain development, the immunological system, and reproductive functions.”
Humans also have unique mutations in the gene FOXP2, which modified synaptic connections and improved our capacity to turn novel experiences into normal routines; this had a significant impact on our ability to make a meaningful speech.
Forkhead box protein P2 (FOXP2) is a protein that, in humans, is encoded by the FOXP2 gene. FOXP2 is a member of the forkhead box family of transcription factors, proteins that regulate gene expression by binding to DNA. It is expressed in the brain, heart, lungs and digestive system.
According to Fenton, this transformation has not been observed in other primates, and it suggests that our designers intended for us to be able to swiftly acquire new regular behaviors, particularly language usage.
“It is not just the genetic changes 780,000 years ago that tell us Homo sapiens is a species created by alien beings; we have also identified physical material left behind by these star people, materials dated to that same specific point in time,” Fenton said.
In her intriguing book, Daniella Fenton explains in detail why these visitors became stranded here on earth and the motivations that led them to modify early hominins.