According to the mainstream the first humans appeared on our planet about 4 million years ago, but new evidence in the study of human evolution has revealed new convincing evidence that a small group of these hominids were genetically modified at the beginning of our evolution to create the first Homo sapiens.
The researcher and author Daniella Fenton, gave an in-depth look at the oldest origins of humanity and especially its sudden acceleration in the development of the brain about 800,000 years ago, this research has led to a great revelation.
Homo sapiens could be the creation of an advanced intelligence that came through a wormhole from the Pleiades star group about 780,000 years ago.
Homo sapiens is the creation of extraterrestrials that arrived from the Pleiades 780,000 years ago.
The Australian researcher, an expert in bloodlines and gene expression, has discovered numerous genetic changes that mark humans as abnormal compared to modern primate species, some of which are so extreme that they can only be explained if there was intervention by advanced genetic engineering.
In her book, entitled “Hybrid Humans: Scientific Evidence for Our 800,000-Year Extraterrestrial Legacy,” Daniella Fenton highlights a series of profound changes in the genes associated with brain size, neural structures and information processing. These changes include genes that suddenly seem to be completely formed by the so-called “junk DNA” and fragments of genes that have been cut, copied and reinserted.
Fenton points out the mysterious fusion of chromosome 2 at the same time as the other mentioned changes, which would have occurred about 780,000 years ago , as further evidence of extraterrestrial experimentation on terrestrial hominids. This fusion is found in all human types of large brains, including Neanderthal and Denisovans, but not in other primate species.
The researcher explains that the fusion of chromosome 2 should have been an isolated error that should have disappeared or that perhaps could have affected a very small population of people. However, all the humans of the planet suffered this “mutation” in simultaneous, 780,000 years ago. This implies that there was a great advantage associated with fusion and that it suddenly appeared in a considerable number of individuals, allowing chromosome 2 to become a permanent and dominant trait. This does not adapt to the known natural mutations in the human genome.
Fenton explains: “Someone has created an entire generation of reproductive pairs that led to chromosome 2 fusion. Chromosome modification is such that it has an impact on brain development , the immune system and the reproductive processes.”
Humans also have unique mutations in the FOXP2 gene that changed synaptic connectivity and improved our ability to transform new experiences into routine procedures, this had a great influence on our ability to produce meaningful language. Fenton points out that this change is not observed in other primates and it seems that our creators wanted us to be able to quickly form new habitual behaviors in the use of language in particular.
Fenton said: “Not only the genetic changes that occurred 780,000 years ago reveal to us that Homo sapiens is a species created by extraterrestrial beings, but we have also identified the physical material left by these astronauts, materials dated by carbon in the same period of time. the prehistory.
Fenton offers a detailed explanation of why these visitors ended up lost on our planet and the reasons that led them to modify the first hominids, as it is written in his book “Hybrid Humans: A Scientific Evidence of Our Legacy Occurred 800,000 Years,”
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