Thursday, July 18, 2013

Everything you Know is Wrong with Lloyd Pye

Expert in alternative knowledge, Lloyd Pye spoke about ancient astronaut/intervention theory as well as the Starchild Skull and Bigfoot. He'll be featured this Monday night (11/27/06) in the National Geographic Channel series Is it Real, discussing the Starchild Skull and his belief that Earth was visited by ETs. Pye concurs with Sitchin that humans were genetically engineered as a slave race to mine gold, which was likely used on the visitors home world to repair their atmosphere.

Pye's new book, now awaiting publication, covers the Starchild Skull and the intriguing story behind bringing the unusual artifact to public attention. He also mentioned his excitement about a new breakthrough in DNA testing that could allow them to identify whether the Starchild's father is human or something other.Once tests are finished on the skull (which has deteriorated) he hopes to have it restored by Bone Clones Inc..

Bigfoot may actually be "Miocene Apes," with long and short arm types, said Pye. There is no particular reason for these creatures to be extinct and we don't encounter them more often because half the globe has never been explored on foot by humans, he added.


Lloyd Pye joined the U.S. Army and became an agent for military intelligence. During this time, he began an independent study of human evolution. His studies led him to conclude humans could not possibly have evolved on Earth according to the Darwinian paradigm. By age 40, he could illustrate his belief by comparing skeletons in the so-called "pre-human" fossil record with those reported to belong to the world's four basic types of hominoids. Lloyd is probably best known as the caretaker of the famous Starchild skull.

Some writers have proposed that intelligent extraterrestrial beings have visited Earth in antiquity or prehistory and made contact with humans. Such visitors are called ancient astronauts or ancient aliens. Proponents suggest that this contact influenced the development of human cultures, technologies and religions. A common variant of the idea is that deities from most, if not all, religions are actually extraterrestrials, and their advanced technologies were wrongly understood by primitive men as evidence of their divine status.

These proposals have been popularized, particularly in the latter half of the 20th century, by writers such as Erich von Däniken, Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, Zecharia Sitchin, Robert K. G. Temple, David Icke and Peter Kolosimo, but the idea that ancient astronauts actually existed is not taken seriously by most academic

Proponents of ancient astronaut theories often maintain that humans are either descendants or creations of extraterrestrial beings who landed on Earth thousands of years ago. An associated idea is that much of human knowledge, religion, and culture came from extraterrestrial visitors in ancient times, in that ancient astronauts acted as a "mother culture". Ancient astronaut proponents also believe that travelers from outer space known as "astronauts" or "spacemen" built many of the structures on earth such as the pyramids in Egypt and the Moai stone heads of Easter Island or aided humans in building them.

Proponents argue that the evidence for ancient astronauts comes from supposed gaps in historical and archaeological records, and they also maintain that absent or incomplete explanations of historical or archaeological data point to the existence of ancient astronauts. The evidence is said to include archaeological artifacts that they argue are anachronistic or beyond the presumed technical capabilities of the historical cultures with which they are associated (sometimes referred to as "Out-of-place artifacts"); and artwork and legends which are interpreted as depicting extraterrestrial contact or technologies. Legitimate academics have responded that gaps in contemporary knowledge of the past need not demonstrate that such speculative ancient astronaut ideas are a necessary conclusion to draw.

The television series Ancient Aliens on the History channel features the main proponents in the ancient astronaut theory, and includes interviews with Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, David Childress, Erich von Däniken, Steven Greer and Nick Pope

Various new religious movements including theosophy, Nation of Islam, Scientology, The Urantia Book, Raëlism, and Heaven's Gate believe in ancient and present-day contact with extraterrestrial intelligence.