This is an interesting article to me for several reasons, not the least because if this model should receive wide acceptance amongst anthropologists and geneticists, it will significantly modify current models of the early genetic history of mankind. Our thanks to M.D. for spotting and sharing this article:

Here's the central core of the new model being proposed:

New model for human evolution suggests Homo sapiens arose from multiple closely related populations.

A new study in Nature challenges prevailing theories, suggesting that Homo sapiens evolved from multiple diverse populations across Africa, with the earliest detectable split occurring 120,000-135,000 years ago, after prolonged periods of genetic intermixing.

In testing the genetic material of current populations in Africa and comparing it against existing fossil evidence of early Homo sapiens populations there, researchers have uncovered a new model of human evolution — overturning previous beliefs that a single African population gave rise to all humans. The new research was published on May 17, in the journal Nature.


The model suggests the earliest population split among early humans that is detectable in contemporary populations occurred 120,000 to 135,000 years ago, after two or more weakly genetically differentiated Homo populations had been mixing for hundreds of thousands of years. After the population split, people still migrated between the stem populations, creating a weakly structured stem. This offers a better explanation of genetic variation among individual humans and human groups than do previous models, the authors suggest.

In other words, modern humanity appears to be a result of a kind of hodge-podge mixing of several distinct groups, perhaps even several distinct species, in the genus homo. Of course, once we're in taxonomy territory - especially with modern biologists and geneticists - we're on very shifty territory. Notably the article is avoiding those tricking terms like genus and species, and I suspect is doing so for a very good reason: such species-intermixing often results in offspring that cannot reproduce. Think only of mules and hinnies.  But suppose, for a moment, that this is the case, and that such a genetically diverse basis for modern humanity was true and was able to reproduce.

What might the implications be?

The most obvious one would be that homo sapiens sapiens is related, directly and genetically, to several distinct types of ancestors, and that the genus itself might be far broader than previously thought.  Those implications would seem, in turn, to imply something rather significant in terms of evolutionary theory, namely, that the very bodily form of the genus is itself perhaps an inevitable result of the evolutionary processes involving speciation. If so, then this implication in turn means that if humanity ever does manage to voyage to the stars, it should not be surprised to find intelligent creatures very much like itself in form...

... or rather, it may mean we are already "out there" and that what we're looking it is merely the evolutionary response to local conditions...

Either way one slices it, the implications are deep and profound. This is a story to watch.

See you on the flip side...


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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".

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  1. Zorost on August 30, 2023 at 11:30 pm

    “across Africa”


    “with the earliest detectable split occurring 120,000-135,000 years ago”

    Probably wrong.

    “Hidden History of the Human Race”
    by Michael Cremo

  2. BlueWren on August 11, 2023 at 12:26 am

    Maybe earth is some form of ark and all things here have been deposited for safekeeping, including various types of Hominids, some of which have already died out unfortunately. I always thought that human form is the most logical form for a superior species.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 11, 2023 at 2:49 am

      Standstill in crossover is a matter of a 7th seal perspective. An egregore is an ark, and beyond the hull of the crystalline veil, there is a Flammarion engraving, pointing at Tao.

      Noah’s lost sheep are unbeknownst to themselves, succumbed to a Jezebel, in a sectarian pursue of golden calves.

  3. 1pookadahooka on August 10, 2023 at 12:37 pm

    I have no doubt that we were engineered by ‘something’. I also suspect that we might have been purposely ‘devolved’ to satisfy some entity’s selfish agenda, and that the ongoing goal of that entity is to keep us ignorant and enslaved in their service. As far as the skeletal remains that pop up from time to time, those could be either various iterations of that engineering or other humanoid beings that have existed here. I find it amusing that the artistic renderings of what they are speculated to have looked like in the flesh, is some primitive wild ape/humanoid ‘cave-dweller’. Also intriguing are the elongated skulls found in various places, which mainstream Academia continuously attributes to purposeful ‘cranial deformation’ during infancy. I have a difficult time believing that. Anyone knows that an infant wriggles around enough that it’s difficult to keep anything fixed to their head for the time and consistency needed to accomplish such a deformation. Something genetic likely caused those cranial mutations, and I wonder why such a ridiculous theory as tying boards to an infant’s head would be proposed as the explanation. All I can think is ‘somebody’ doesn’t want us to dig too much into what might cause such a mutation – especially if it’s one that would be advantageous to us or expose that our development as a species is not per the cave-dweller evolution theory fed to the masses.

    Not that I personally want an elongated skull, I like mine just fine the way it is. 🙂 Though I do have to muse upon the artwork of H.R. Giger and how it could have been inspired. It makes one second-guess attempts to merge our physiology with machines and what that ultimately implies for humanity. Maybe we do transcend to a multi-dimensional plasmid entity upon death (I believe we do something along those lines and this might even be where our minds go during sleep) and that transcendence doesn’t satisfy some archons’ nefarious interests.

    • 1pookadahooka on August 10, 2023 at 1:13 pm

      *Plasmoid not Plasmid. Predictive text is annoying. :/

      • anakephalaiosis on August 11, 2023 at 2:11 am

        The plasmoidal identity is orally induced, with focal point in “man”, not “human”, as the latter is a Latin term for an enslaved man.

        In myth, there is a plasma sword guarding the Garden of Eden, which also guards the difference, between “man” and “human”.

        The plasmoidal identity is an egregore, or an epigenetic field, which in myth is known, as Odin’s eye in a well, or exit from Plato’s cave.

        In popular term, it is called soul.

  4. anakephalaiosis on August 10, 2023 at 4:50 am

    First, there was Wuhan bat cave, and then there was San Joaquin mouse grove, and now, the latest Hollywood production is a Jezebel hārlot, with six million procreating customers.

    Thus, chimaeric creatures are born, as rotten fruits of melting pot origin, in Doctor Frankenstein’s laboratory, that boils together batwings, cobwebs, and salamander eyes, into a gene soup.

    It’s the latest origin bogus, as a cover story for bio labs, gathering spit in buckets, to program a grimoire virus, into a golem with micro intelligence, in a kaballistic effort to jinx the goyim.

    Expulsion is predictable and unavoidable, because of black magic.

    • anakephalaiosis on August 10, 2023 at 4:53 am

      BTW, the Scythian story of origin is about traveling, up through the Darial Gorge, and turn west across rivers, regrouping at river Siret (Arsareth), acquiring martial art skills, and return back through the Darial Gorge, and retaliate, by wiping out Nineveh.

      It is the 7th century BC logistics, that define the Caucasians, who were commuting through Caucasus Mountains, making Darial Gorge the birth channel of the white race, with Odin’s sports and runes, as means to do battle, and define rightful authority.

      The Vatican wants no mention of Scythian origin, because it was a Scythian war trophy, at Last Supper, that symbolised resistance, along with a Scythian war horse, brought to watering as a foal, endorsing an aqueduct plan, which produced Scythian Christianity.

      The Vatican wants brainwashed stupidity to believe in ufoology, and disregard the Scythian birth through the Darial Gorge.

  5. marcos toledo on August 9, 2023 at 7:56 pm

    So the idea of aliens from other solar systems being biped might be like an ichthyosaur and a dolphin having the same body plan. By the way, I watched Walter Bosney’s YouTube interview with you you mention in your new book about intelligent being made of plasma are you familiar with a James Blish novel whose title escapes me of humans meeting with such entities

  6. poronkusema on August 9, 2023 at 7:28 pm

    I just finished reading “Into Africa” by Bruce Fenton. While fact checking his hypothesis that Australasians may have been the builders of a megalithic site in Ecuador, he came to “the stunning conclusion that the popular Out of Africa theory for human origins was wrong, and that the understood colonisation of our planet was utterly flawed.” He offers compelling evidence regarding human migration into Africa and considers the likely possibility that Australia was not a destination of human migrations but rather the source of them. He suggests that genetic evidence points to ancient Australasian Aboriginals as the founder population for all humans on Earth. Most interestingly, he links Homo sapiens’ expansions into Asia occurring after 74 Kya, which he says were a repopulation of territory, not a new colonization, with the “most powerful eruption in the last 2.5 million years.” Apparently, the eruption of the Lake Toba (Indonesia) super volcano (73,880 yrs. ago) was a disaster “beyond all imagining.”

  7. Steve.Jinks on August 9, 2023 at 4:09 pm

    I have privately held the opinion that the different races are the survivors of the Cosmic War, that all came to Earth as refugees. You see this in Asimov Foundation somewhat. You see it in Star Trek.

  8. InfiniteRUs on August 9, 2023 at 12:47 pm

    Evidence exists in Florida that pre-Clovis humans existed there at least 1500 years before the Bering land bridge formed. Probably ancient sea farers genetically related to modern Europeans. Ancestors to the Atlanteans perhaps? Some Native Americans have ancient stories of battling pale skinned and light eyed people that used to live here.

    • InfiniteRUs on August 9, 2023 at 1:45 pm

      There is even some speculations that Easter Islanders and other Polynesians may be descendants of ancient Phoenecians who inter mixed with the Oceana natives as they traveled East to eventually reach South America. So perhaps the Atlanteans began their journey from Eastern North America to the Canary Islands and from hence to the Mediterranean. From the Mediterranean they founded the Summer civilization and then later descendants the Egyptian and Greek. But other groups kept traveling on to India, Taiwan and some even found their way to South America. Because of inter breeding and cultural mixing with local native populations the same ancient mariner trade and exploration culture took on new characteristics as it reached new regions. But it appears these sea peoples may have traded and sailed around the entirety of the Atlantic Ocean including West Africa and Eastern South America before finding their eventual way to the Pacific and Indian oceans.

      • james11 on August 23, 2023 at 10:07 am

        Sounds like Comyns Beaumont “The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain”.

  9. Robert Barricklow on August 9, 2023 at 12:26 pm

    On Earth, is a given.
    With DNA, a given?
    Earth does have a wide variety of life in extreme environments.
    No doubt DNA has traveled throughout the universe by various vectors.
    Where ever our cousins may have come from; their DNA and genetic engineering – may have the same “convergence” built into-the-cake feature of DNA. Designed by?
    Back to Abbott & Costello’s, Whose on First?

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