Starchild Skull Game Changer

New work on the Starchild SkullDNA has hugely changed the game.  Earlierwork had confirmed that the mother’s mtDNA was human as expected.  Yet more precise work completed in the pastfew months shows us that Starchild mtDNA variation is way more divergent than even Neanderthal mtDNA. 

The weight of evidence for theStarchild been alien just became overwhelming.

I have spoken to the likelihood thathumanity reached our technical level before the Pleistocene Nonconformity (12900BP)and produced the Nonconformity to end the northern ice age.  Prior to that, they naturally transitionedinto space adapted humanity and migrated to space habitats.  Since genetic engineering would have been needed,it would also be sound practice to improve the DNA to add a range of beneficialtraits while they were at it.

This work falls well into thatconjecture.  We have a humanoid thatappears to be based on a Earth DNA template that has been hugely upgraded.

At this point, the workundertaken by Pye’s team has been completely successful.  We now have hard evidence that seriously upsthe anti.

Imagine Christopher Columbus' first voyage. You're one of hiscrew. Late evening, land finally comes into sight. He wasn't crazy!

You see it all spread before you...Magnificent! However, on thisimaginary first voyage it's too late to drop anchor and go ashore. Shadows arefalling. You'll go exploring in the morning.

That night a huge storm rolls in, blows hard for a few days, and pushesthe ships to the mid-Atlantic. Might as well continue on to Spain. But nowyou have a problem. You've seen a New World,a new reality, and your only proof will be the words of those telling the tale.

At Court, the King's many sages know better. "This isimpossible!" they bluster. "These men are conspirators! They've madeup a ridiculous story to get money out of the royal purse! Don't dare give itto them!"

Fantasy? Not entirely. This is precisely where we have been withthe Starchild Skull for the past year. In March, 2010, we had thefirst returns from BLAST reports showing that some Starchildnuclear DNAfragments matched up with fragments found in the human genome. Thus,without doubt some of it was either human or...this is was human-like.

Other BLASTs showed that other fragments were not found in themassive NIH database repesenting most species types living on Earth. In otherwords, some of the Starchild's nuDNA was "Not found on Earth."

For as mind-blowing as those BLASTS were, they weren't good enough. TheKing's sages, mainstream skeptics, were quick to point out that BLAST reports couldbe "rigged" with improper handling by people intent on cheating.Therefore, if we obtained a result they already had concluded was impossible,we obviously had to be cheaters.

Today, one year later, our geneticist has moved beyond BLAST reports. Hehas sequenced fragments of the Starchild's mitochondrial DNA, whichhad been on record as human since a seemingly definitive DNA analysiswas conducted for us by Trace Genetics in 2003.

As it happens, 2003 was a relative stone age in the fast-movingworld of DNA analysis. That result was more than adequate for its time, but ithas proved to be "inadequate" by new testing done very recently.

The 2011 mtDNA analysis is now the crux of a detailed report postedat required a dozen drafts because it had to present a high level of technicalaccuracy while using terminology suitable for non-experts. A writing challenge!

Do understand that this report does NOT YET present absolute,definitive proof. It is, however, highly indicative proof. It isindicative because it opens a blindingly clear path to the final results. Notthe final results themselves, but a bright view of them looming on the horizon.

Unfortunately, mainstream science is still in position to insist it isnot indicative, but merely suggestive. The only result that can beconsidered worthwhile, they will insist, is the entire genome recovered and itsfullest sequencing compared against the human genome.

Technically true, but not practically true. Anygeneticist who reads the report will know their interminable game of "bigkids pretending" is rapidly drawing to a close. The infant's trick ofholding their hands over their eyes as shields against UFOs and aliens will nolonger work.

Also understand that the heavily revised Starchild SkullEssentials eBook is now just as important to spreading the word as the newreport.

The eBook is now almost unrecognizable compared to earlier versions. Thefirst half that details the 25 major physical differences between the Starchildand a human is essentially the same, though expanded in many aspects to providemany more details.

The second half, though, had to be totally revised to accommodatethe new findings from the mtDNA fragment sequencing.

In the report, one relatively small mtRNA fragment is detailed. Itwas chosen for ease of presentation and ease of understanding, but also onlyone was needed to prove our point in a winning way. You'll see.

In the eBook, three more mtDNA fragments are detailed. RNA doesnot make proteins, DNA does. But all of them are in the Starchild'smitochondrial DNA, which makes these results powerfully convincing.

To facilitate this worthwhile experience for as many people aspossible, we're making three important changes relative to theeBook: 

1) We're dropping the price from $9.95 to $6.95. It is 150heavily illustrated, E-reader sized pages. 17,000 words. The average personreads 200 wpm, so about 90 minutes to finish it, give or take. Like watching amovie. Take it for a spin, you'll be glad you did.

2) We will soon make it available for E-readers like Kindle andNook. (This will be as soon as we can format and load them into the Amazonand B&N systems, which we understand can take a few weeks.)

3) Our eBook vendor, Secure eBooks, keeps a list of previouspurchasers of the eBook. If your name is on that list, please contact me,,and I'll see that you get a new copy without charge. My way of saying"Thanks for your support!"

Last, and perhaps most important, this "Byte of Pye"needs to be spread as far and as wide as possible. It has to put us over thetop by somehow attracting the attention of potential investors, as well asmembers of the mainstream media elite.

If we can't get this bombshell noticed, none of us deserve tobe playing this game. We don't deserve our jerseys. So I'm counting on allof you, everyone reading this, to chip in for the Starchild cause by spreadingthe word about it and bringing it to the attention of people higher up themoney chain and the media chain who might help us.

To that end, as a taste of what is to come, below is the entire Summary ofthe new report, which leads it off. It's presented here for those of you whoaren't sure if you want to try to tackle all of it. And understand that whilethe Summary is all words, the report is heavily illustrated withphotos and charts to be as clear as possible.

Please don't be intimidated by some of the early terminology in the Summary. Everytechnical term in the report is explained in very basic language, so anyonewill come to understand every word, every term, every concept as it ispresented. We've worked hard at leaving nobody behind, and we think we'vesucceeded.

You'll see that all of it is written in the restrained, conservative, preciselanguage science demands. Nonetheless, in its own smudgy way it makesevery bottom line clear. I promise you will not come away from thereport wondering what you just read. You will know. 


Early in 2011, a geneticist attempting to recover Starchild Skull DNA identifiedseveral fragments that matched with human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA).Comparing those fragments with matching fragments from human mtDNA produced anastonishing result. In every comparison, the Starchild presented many morenucleotide differences than are normally found among humans. In one comparisondetailed in this report, the compared segments of human mtDNA came from one ofits most highly conserved regions. Across 160 ± nucleotides in this segment,only 1 single variation is found among the 33 human haplogroups. In contrast,the same length of Starchild mtDNA has 17 differences! Of those 17, asignificant number should be confirmed by multiple repetitions of the test. Ifseveral are confirmed (which is highly likely), would it be enough to considerestablishing a new Earthly species? It would certainly throw open the door toserious consideration.

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