The Genesis Race: Our Extraterrestrial DNA and the True Origins of the Species

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Shows that Earth was visited by an extraterrestrial race who bioengineered modern man in its image and taught man how to construct the pyramids

• Examines the flaws in Darwin’s theory of evolution and presents startling new evidence of intelligent intervention

• Reveals the messages coded in the pyramids left by the ancients concerning impending Earth changes at the end of the Mayan calendar

For millennia the development of humanity showed a consistent homogenous pattern. Then ...

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Overview

Shows that Earth was visited by an extraterrestrial race who bioengineered modern man in its image and taught man how to construct the pyramids

• Examines the flaws in Darwin’s theory of evolution and presents startling new evidence of intelligent intervention

• Reveals the messages coded in the pyramids left by the ancients concerning impending Earth changes at the end of the Mayan calendar

For millennia the development of humanity showed a consistent homogenous pattern. Then suddenly, around 3000 B.C.E., great civilizations sprang up around the globe. All the creation myths of these civilizations tell of gods who came down to Earth and fashioned man in their own image, teaching them the arts of agriculture and civilized life. In addition, the dominant architectural design in Egypt, Sumeria, Peru, Mexico, and China was the pyramid, though science has never been able to explain why or where these peoples obtained the advanced technological knowledge to construct such edifices. The abruptness and similarities of these evolutionary leaps calls into question the Darwinian theory of evolution, given that there are no traces of any intermediate evolutionary forms.

Now, using the most current research on DNA, Will Hart shows that these gods were actually visitors from other worlds who genetically engineered modern humanity from the beings that then inhabited the planet. He also suggests that the Bible and other creation stories have been interpreted falsely as myth when they should have been read as history. The structures left by our ancestors were designed in accordance with precise astronomical and geodetic alignments to make them visible from outer space and to survive for thousands of years with the intent of communicating information relating to physical and temporal events. Humanity’s current stage of development has finally reached the point where the secret messages of these structures can be decoded to reveal the fate of humanity in the coming Earth changes.

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Editorial Reviews

Nexus
"The myths are not just stories but seem to be much closer to the truth than generally believed."
Sean Casteel
". . . fascinating historical and archaeological information, related in a scholarly yet reader-friendly prose."
David Paulsen
"Refreshing view-point that elegantly melds science and philosophy. . . Will Hart delves into the creation stories of various world cultures."
W. Ritchie Benedict
"To anyone new to the subject, it will be a major revelation. Good solid research without wild speculation . . ."
From the Publisher
"To anyone new to the subject, it will be a major revelation. Good solid research without wild speculation . . ."

". . . fascinating historical and archaeological information, related in a scholarly yet reader-friendly prose."

"Refreshing view-point that elegantly melds science and philosophy. . . Will Hart delves into the creation stories of various world cultures."

"The myths are not just stories but seem to be much closer to the truth than generally believed."

Vol.11 No.1 Nexus
"The myths are not just stories but seem to be much closer to the truth than generally believed."
January 2004 Nexus

"The myths are not just stories but seem to be much closer to the truth than generally believed."
From the Publisher

"To anyone new to the subject, it will be a major revelation. Good solid research without wild speculation . . ."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591430186
  • Publisher: Inner Traditions/Bear & Company
  • Publication date: 11/28/2003
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 264
  • Sales rank: 783,744
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Will Hart is a journalist, photographer, and filmmaker who has been investigating ancient mysteries and evidence of extraterrestrial intervention on Earth since 1969. He lives in Nevada.

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from Chapter 14
The First Divine Rulers: Myth or History

What is myth? According to the American Heritage Dictionary a myth is:

1. A traditional, typically ancient story dealing with  supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes that serves as a fundamental worldview of a people.
2. A fiction or half-truth.
3. A fictitious story, person or thing.

From this widely accepted definitions it is clear that myths are to be distinguished from historical accounts and accurate records. If someone tells you that they are relating a true account and you do not accept it or dismiss it as a myth, you are basically telling them one of two things: either they are lying, or they are too naïve to know the difference between fact and fiction.

Many myths are stories handed down as part of an oral tradition and are not intended to be taken as historical fact: these are legends and folktales. All cultures have these kinds of stories. Folktales are usually easy to identify. But we have to be careful when we are told that something is a myth. The person claiming to know the real facts might not know as much as they think they do. They may have a worldview that will not permit that particular “myth” to exist as an actual historical account.

Skeptics and most scientists consider the “gods,” “angels,” and “sons of God” in the bible to be myths. Even believers and biblical scholars shy away from taking the Bible literally. However, the Bible never says that these beings are supernatural. That is a long-standing misinterpretation of what the Bible actually says. Are the accounts in the Bible folktales and myths? Or do they simply refer to a superior race of beings that once walked the earth and intervened in the affairs of humanity, as the bible indicates?

Sumer was called a “myth” for centuries until it was discovered and excavated and found to be the cradle of civilization. The Great Flood is called a myth, and yet this “mythic” account is found in more than 200 cultures all over the world. Were all of our human ancestors just ignorant, superstitious storytellers? Why would unrelated cultures invent the same story, and not just in general terms?

The Mayans, the Incans, and the Aztecs all tell of a time when a white, bearded man in a cape walked among them teaching the arts of civilization. He had different names but the accounts of his deeds are identical. He brought agriculture, tools and laws to the people. Then he and his assistants departed saying they would return one day. That has been dismissed as a myth and the man (Questzcoatl or Virachoca) has become a god in a “mythical” pantheon.

The plain fact is, western religious adherents, anthropologists and historians said these “gods” were nothing but the myths of a culture hero. Is Jesus a myth? How one culture interprets another culture’s history is relative. In Judeo-Christian cultures Christ is a historical figure. But why would these disparate cultures invent a story about a “white” man, when they didn’t know white men existed until the Conquistadors arrived? The same people that accept Christ as a historical personage reject Quetzcoatl.

Why would Montezuma all but hand over his kingdom to Cortez if he was not absolutely convinced that their history was true?

Western scholars may have spent too much time intellectualizing and abstracting the properties of myths when they should have been looking to see if they were true historical accounts. If the “gods” were, in fact, representatives of an advanced race and not references to supernatural beings or some kind of archetypical cultural figures, then we have missed the boat.

O mother! The creature you are going to name has come into being. Give it the image of gods. Mix the mud of the bottomless pit. Make his arms and legs. O mother! Announce the newborn’s destiny: That is man!

It may have been impossible to decode all this until recently. But now that we are biogenetically engineering plants and animals and soon human beings, is it so hard to decipher what the Sumerians were trying to tell us? On the whole it agrees with the Biblical account. The gods created man in their image and then instructed this embryonic race how to live. If we interpret gods to mean an advanced human race then it starts to make sense and our ancestors do not seem like imaginative children, which they certainly were not. The view of modern science tends to be incredibly patronizing.

If the gods that created man in the bible are physical, as the account infers, and they are performing a genetic cloning experiment using a proto-human in Genesis, the passages make perfect sense to us now at this stage of our own technical development. But they did not seem like anything but fantasy and supernatural intervention to prior generations that lacked our level of technology, DNA and biogenetic knowledge.

At the same time that our scientists are willing to grant that they invented the wheel, the written word and knew the planets in the solar system; they also say the Sumerians were polytheists that believed everything was a god. It is all a matter of interpretation and attitude. We find the Sumerian “god” Enki traveling around the Fertile Crescent to various places carrying out a variety of duties.

Enki appointed over each of these a god or a goddess. He then went to place the brick-god Kabta in charge of the pickaxe and the brick-mould. Enki laid the foundations, built the houses and put them under the charge of Mushdamma—the great builder Enlil.

Are these “gods” supernatural beings or are they physical beings that the Sumerians knew were superior and therefore referred to them as gods? Are Kabta and Enki spirits or men in charge of supervising workers on large-scale projects? We have to keep in mind that the Sumerians attributed their civilization to these beings. 

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Table of Contents


Introduction:
Making the Case for Extraterrestrial Intervention

1    Reconstructing Our Ancient Past

2    Mysterious Origins: Descended from Apes?

3    Origins II: Evolution or Extraterrestrial Intervention?

4    The Genesis Account

5    Genesis Continued

6    Sumerians: The Strange Black-Headed Tribe

7    Egypt: Mysteries in the Desert

8    The Indus Valley: The Water People

9    Mysterious Civilization X: The Chinese Pyramids

10   Links Between Ancient Mexico and Peru: The Mystery of the Jaguar People

11   Clash of Civilizations

12   Lake Titicaca: Viracocha's Home Base

13   Masters of Time and Place

14   The First Divine Rulers: Myth or History?

15   The Evolutionary Status Quo?

16   Ancient Enigmas: The Domestication of Plants and Dogs

17   Metallurgy: From the Fire

18   The Dating Game

19   Ages of Ice

20   Ages of Man: Linear versus Cyclical Time

21   Cycles of Catastrophe

22   The End Times

23   Cosmic Ancestry

Notes

Bibliography

Internet Resources

Index

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2004

    Can you Handle the Truth?

    A great book. You'll find the 'ancient astronaut' theory of other-worldly human origins hard to ignore after reading it. Academics beware, Darwin's theory is all but disproved here. Who is E.T? E.T is you and me.

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    Posted December 27, 2005

    deception

    will hart was a guest at my home ,we were working on some projects together....he took off but not after stealing my priceless navajo rug collection... among other things and also dupping others in this community beware of this imposter the law is after him.

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