Sunday, December 19, 2010

Discoveries. . .

Quite by accident, I discovered this site put up by Lloyd Pye, a researcher in what he terms "Alternative Knowledge". He had been researching Hominids, which would include Sasquatch, Yeti, or the Abominable Showman. However, his research was interrupted in 1999 by a request from a couple in El Paso to check out for whatever information he could get on two skulls that had been discovered by a young girl in the '30s in Mexico, some 150 miles southwest of Chihuahua. She had held on to what she called her "souvenirs" but finding herself close to death, had given them to that couple in El Paso.

He accepted the challenge thinking that it would not involve more than a couple of months, 6 months maximum. He took the two skulls to a number of laboratories and began a saga that, not only would pit him against established scientific "dogma", but ended up involving him for close to 12 years of his life!

With the advent of DNA research becoming more and more advanced, he finally got some answers in 2010. For me, watching his video, it presented some answers to troubling questions about our human origins. It's pretty difficult to deny the very physical presence of that skull, even harder to deny the DNA results now that it has finally been subjected to more advanced DNA analysis.

If you are interested, check this short presentation at:

For a more comprehensive presentation taking us to the discovery of the skulls and the 12 long years that it took to get some answers, check out this site:

I will now go back to floor fixing and my other blog to refrain from publishing this to boondocking blogger, although I'm sorely tempted. To paraphrase I don't recall whom, "The mind is like a parachute--it works best when open", or something of that nature, I do think that in a search for possible answers, we must keep an open mind.  If you feel that I should publish, please let me know. I'd hate to alienate readers.

The Universe is indeed a wondrous creation about which we have far more questions than answers, wouldn't you agree?


Dixxe said...

I have always thought there was an alien visitation such as the theory of Erich Von Daniken in the Chariots of the Gods...there really is NO other explaination. But I dont beleive the ancient population of the Earth was alien alone, but primitive humans existed at the time the visitation took place and we are the result of the mating of the two. If one sees the Bible as an ancient text such as this entry in Genesis:
The Nephilim were in the earth in those days, and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bore children to them; the same were the mighty men that were of old, the men of renown.
(Genesis 6: 4)
The offspring were Giants called Nephilim--
The beings were thought to be cast from heaven, but what if they arrived in a craft of somekind? Its quite possible that primitive man such as the Freemont Indians (who drew thousands of rock panels of creatures TALL and wearing Strange garments) would think of them as Gods falling from the sky--then with the advent of Christians 'angels'.

Anonymous said...

I get immersed for days following all the links and forget to say thank you for a new post. I try to check every day. Thank you.

Stargazer said...

You're so welcome. That's the idea of posting links that I find fascinating, in the hope that they will also interest readers. Happy Holidays!

Stargazer said...

Thank you Dixxe for your very interesting comments. Right now, I'll quit on the floor, not quite finished, and research the Nephilim. Wow! Beats reno work anytime. Happy Holidays!