THE EARTHLINGS WERE ABOUT TO SUFFER THE SAME FATE AS THE DINOSAURS
[Image above in part by: Denis Finnin, American Museum of Natural History]
The Elohiym gods, who came to
the Mesopotamian Valley thousands of years ago, were a species of superior
intelligent 'gods', far in advance to our modern state of genius. Enki, the
chief Medical Scientist from this Extraterrestrial godhead called the Elohiym,
upon considering the fate of the Australopithecus aphaeresis, decided to save
the race of evolved Earthlings by using his expertise in
The dust, or dirt of the ground, detailed in the Biblical story of Adam and Eve, was the 'code' description for 'Earth-evolved’ creations. The Earthlings, Neanderthal, or Australopithecus aphaeresis man, if you prefer, that were living upon the Earth prior to the creation of the Adams and Eves, evolved much as science has theorized, probably originating from the Rhesus monkey, as seen in the Rh positive blood factor.
The Elohiym god, Enki, created a physical
thinking, however elementary, hybrid black-haired man and woman that had ruddy,
Earthen-colored skin. The Eves, had more ‘Earthling’
Light-skinned, or white races of people, are direct descendants of these same Extraterrestrial Anunnaki people who came from Hibiru [known as Nibiru or Planet X], to set up an early civilization on Earth. Most white-skinned people walking the face of the Earth today, are direct descendants of the Elohiym ‘gods’, and were biblically known as the Hebrews. These descendants were called the 'chosen' ones for this very reason - for they descend from these space travelers.
The Hebrew people, so named for the planet,
Hibiru, are the multitudes of Israelites - but not the same as the geographical
THE MYSTERY OF THE VARIOUS RACES OF HUMANITY
There will probably never be another person so brave, or perhaps so stupid that will expose the explanation for the different races of people upon the Earth. Even when those ‘in the know’ could explain man’s racial origins – they will not do so lest they be found ‘politically incorrect’. So why then, is the "Keeper of the Celtic Secrets", taking on this risk? Because her mission in life is to reveal the secret wisdom of the ancient ‘gods’, and she figures it is high time for the truth of all things to become public knowledge. Without exposing the truth of just who we are, where we come from, and why we are here, much of this hidden knowledge would not be comprehensible. Consequently, she finds no other choice but to start at the beginning.
As a result of the Elohiym interference in evolution, we have the various races of humankind, ranging from the velvety black-skinned people, to the lily-white skinned peoples; with hair coloring and consistency ranging from course, thick, curly, and black, to the finest light blonde shades of thin straight, hair - and many shades and consistencies in between. Consider the wide range of facial features, including the shape and sizes of lips, eyes, noses, and heads. It does not take the wisdom of an Enki-mind to see that there had to be at least four distinct origins to the various races of people on the planet. Even the descendants of the Anunnaki, the white race, are no longer a pure race, for there once was a ultra-white race that all had either blue eyes and blonde hair, or red hair and green eyes. However, after thousands of years there has been a mixing of the Anunnaki descendants with the created species, producing the white race as we see it today.
It is to the origin of each of these races, where the dilemma and controversy exists. Some folks just do not care, and some folks assume that ‘God’ merely made many races of people for variety, and let it go at that. There are those who are truth-seekers and want the answers to everything, then there are scholars who know why there are various races of humankind, and so far, none has dared come forward with the facts.
During the early years, when ‘political correctness’ was first being orchestrated [1950 – 1970], the United Nation's Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, called UNESCO, made a series of official statements regarding the race controversy. In these statements, UNESCO put forth a goal of eliminating racism around the world by declaring race classification, unfounded and damaging, to society. In other words, being ‘politically correct, at all costs’, originated with the organization known as, UNESCO, and they so much as, declared that scientific facts were ‘to be kept hidden’ from the general public.
Therefore, you see
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Modern Humans, Neanderthals May Have Interbred
By E.J. Mundell
MONDAY, Oct. 30 (HealthDay News) -- There may be a little Neanderthal in all of us.
That's the conclusion of anthropologists who have re-examined 30,000-year-old fossilized bones from a Romanian cave -- bones that languished in a drawer since the 1950s.
According to the researchers, these early Homo sapien bones show anatomical features that could only have arisen if the adult female in question had Neanderthal ancestors as part of her lineage.
The findings may answer nagging questions: Did modern humans and Neanderthals interbreed on a significant scale? And were the Neanderthals exterminated about 28,000 years ago -- as some anthropologists contend -- or did they gradually assimilate into the gene pool of people living today?
"From my perspective, the replacement vs. continuity debate that raged through the 1990s is now dead," said the study's American co-author, Erik Trinkaus, a professor of anthropology at Washington University in St. Louis.
Trinkaus comes down firmly on the side of the assimilation theory.
"To me, what happened is that the Neanderthals were [genetically] absorbed into and overwhelmed by modern humans coming into Europe from Africa, and they disappeared through this absorption," Trinkaus said.
His team published its findings in this week's issue of the Proceedings of the National Academies of Sciences.
Neanderthals first appeared in Europe and parts of western Asia about 230,000 years ago, evolving from the Homo erectus strain that moved into Europe from Africa about one million years ago. Neanderthals dominated Europe until the arrival of modern Homo sapiens from Africa about 40,000 years ago. Then they began to fade out. The last fossil traces of the Neanderthals were found in Spain and are about 28,000 years old.
For much of the 20th century, anthropologists (abetted by the popular media) cast this battle between the two groups as the elimination of "brutish" Neanderthals by the more highly evolved modern humans.
But Jeffrey Laitman, a specialist in early human craniofacial anatomy at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City, said today's scientists don't give that scenario much credence.
"There's not this shining moment where the Neanderthals all disappeared because we ran out of the forest and clubbed them to death," said Laitman, who was not involved in the new study.
Still, debate has raged as to whether the Neanderthals were a separate species who simply lost their competitive edge with modern humans and died off, or whether they gradually mixed their genetic heritage with those of the invaders.
According to Trinkaus, a collection of bones discovered in the Pestera Muierii cave in Romania in 1952 holds the answer.
The bones, most derived from an adult female, consist of a cranium, a shoulder blade, a leg bone and other fragments. Because they were found lying on the cave floor's surface, the fossils were originally dismissed as being modern and remained unexamined for five decades.
But then Trinkaus' Romanian co-authors decided to radiocarbon-date the fossils. They found that the woman actually died about 30,000 years ago, during the Upper Paleolithic era, when Neanderthals and modern humans were thought to co-exist.
Examining the bones, Trinkaus discovered certain features that he believes are Neanderthal elements incorporated into this early Homo sapien.
Features at the back of the woman's skull and in her lower jaw, especially, "are found in high frequency in Neanderthals" but are absent in bones from older groups of Homo sapiens from Africa, he said.
There's also the intriguing find that the woman had a relatively narrow shoulder blade, or scapula. Modern humans have relatively wide scapula -- useful for throwing spears and other developed technologies. But the woman's scapula is narrower and "more similar to what we see in Neanderthals," who are not thought to have used these more advanced technologies at the time, Trinkaus said.
The bottom line? The Pestera Muierii bones are "basically modern human fossils with these characteristics that are very easy to derive from Neanderthals through some kind of interbreeding, but are very difficult to derive -- if not impossible -- from what we know of the anatomies of early modern humans out of Africa," Trinkaus said.
He pointed out that genetic sublimation of one group into another happens all the time, even across mammals considered to be from wholly different species. For example, the North American black duck is being gradually subsumed and eliminated by interbreeding with the European mallard, Trinkaus said. As a result, the genetic code of mallards in Europe now contains significant DNA from the disappearing black duck. Similar blendings are also occurring between wolves and coyotes, and between domestic cats and wildcats, he said.
A process very much like this probably occurred over time between Neanderthals and modern humans, Trinkaus concluded.
But not everyone is convinced. Laitman, director of Mount Sinai's department of anatomy, called the study "extremely interesting," but added that it "does not provide the magic bullet that pierces the mystery of what happened to the Neanderthals."
He said that people on the other side of the argument -- who contend that the Neanderthals maintained their unique genetic code up until the end -- still point to certain "derived traits" in the fossil record. "Indeed," he said, "some of the very last surviving Neanderthals have some of the most pronounced of these traits," countering the notion of a more gradual blending with modern humans.
Scientists at Pennsylvania State University and elsewhere are also working on reconstructing the Neanderthals' genetic code, using bits of DNA extracted from fossilized bone. Preliminary results of that work appear to refute the intermixing theory, tilting toward replacement instead.
But Trinkaus called the replacement theory "out of date." He believes there's now solid evidence that Neanderthals and humans met and co-mingled both socially and sexually.
They may not even have been all that different.
"When these two populations met, they saw each other as human beings," Trinkaus said. "They blended socially as well as biologically. To me, that tells us a lot about Neanderthals. And if we think that Neanderthals were a lot more primitive than modern humans, then maybe modern humans were a lot more primitive, too."
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