Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form © 2000
BY: Joan d'Arc jdarc@...
Editor's Note: Joan, has put together a most wonderful book, full with all
kinds of information that will just astound you, I haven't gone through the
book as of this writing, but I can assure you that it will be a mind
blower..the research she has done is one of the best, and I'm sure you would
not want to miss this one...Joan is also the Co-Editor of Paranoia Magazine
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INTRODUCTION "Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form"
There is practically no person on this terra firma who does not have an
opinion regarding the question of the existence of extraterrestrial
intelligent life (ETI). If you are a believer in ETI, you have no doubt been
confronted with the few standard arguments covered in this book that are
pitched by most skeptics. But are they logical and internally consistent? Or
are they based on mistaken assumptions, government-media hogwash, and
outmoded scientific concepts? Even if you are a skeptic, you may want to
explore the logical grounds upon which your staunch protest against the
existence of ETI is founded. Therefore, Space Travelers and the Genesis of
the Human Form is for everyone on the planet.
One of the most persistent arguments against the reality of the Visitor
Experience (alien visitation or abduction) is based on the presumption that
if the incrementally accidental and unguided evolution of the humanoid form
mathematically impossible that it could have occurred on another planet. The
assumptions of Darwinian evolution presuppose the humanoid form to be
entirely Earth-based. Remarkably, the assumption of the accidental evolution
of the great ape lineage is always overlooked as the problematical factor in
the analysis. Space Travelers and the
Genesis of the Human Form illustrates that Darwinian evolution is actually
not an empirically predictable or testable scientific paradigm, but is a
highly touted philosophy of Western materialism.
Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form begins with a discussion
the anthropic principle, which asserts that the evolution of "conscious
observers" requires a minimum of a billion years. The Space Travel Argument
Against the Existence of ETI is based on this billion year requirement.
Therefore, this anthropic argument assumes that if extraterrestrial
intelligence existed, it would have been here by now. Of course, the only
"evidence" for ETI contact which is taken into account is "radio signals."
Any other potential evidence is denied. A survey of ancient anthropomorphic
artifacts on Mars and the Moon illustrates that evidence of so-called "Game
Wardens" in our own solar system actually exists.
The Space Travel Argument Against the Existence of ETI will be shown to be
dependent on three factors: (1) the persistent imposition of Earth-centered
technological constraints (specifically, rocket technology and radio
implying an anthropocentric 'you can t get here from there' attitude; (2)
mathematical logic deduced from the faulty linear notions of Darwinian
evolution, which only serve to put the 'cart before the horse'; and (3) a
circular and untestable hypothesis which essentially states 'they aren't
because they aren't here.'
Space Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form also outlines a new
paradigm which may account for the appearance of similar life forms on
disparate worlds. The Extraterrestrial Seeding hypothesis is based on the
prolific written accounts of the "first" known Earth civilization, the
ancient Sumerians, as well as the vast Vedic literature and early Greek
literature, and the oral traditions of aboriginal peoples, including the
Dogon tribe of Mali. These sources are typically viewed from a neo-Freudian
angle as a "spontaneous projection" from the mind of "archaic" man.
Conversely, the dramas of these mythogenic sources can be seen as an
exogamously borne pre-history of the planet. These mythological dramas are
reviewed in the context of ancient markers-human artifacts-left on planetary
surfaces in our own solar system, including Earth, the Moon, and Mars.
The current consensus reality appears to hold out for a Science of
Exclusionism: isolation of the Earth. From Charles Fort's The Book of the
Damned, this book borrows the following proposition:
This book is an assemblage of data of external relations of this earth. We
take the position that our data have been damned, upon no consideration for
individual merits or demerits, but in conformity with a general attempt to
hold out for isolation of this earth.
Having attempted to systematize, by ignoring externality to the greatest
degree possible, the notion of things dropping in upon this earth, from
externality, is as unsettling and as unwelcome to Science as tin horns
blowing in upon a musician's relatively symmetric composition, or flies
alighting upon a painter's attempted harrnony...
So, our pseudo-standard is lnclusionism, and, if datum be a correlate to a
more widely inclusive outlook as to this earth and its externality and
relations with externality, its harnony and lnclusionism admits it.
I think of as many different kinds of visitors to this earth as there are
visitors to New York, to a jail, or to a church...
The Science of Exclusionism is the rule by which we acknowledge "truth,"
as Charles Fort asserts, "science is a Turtle that says that its own shell
encloses all things." Materialist doctrines describe the world as a closed
system: isolated humankind in an isolated consciousness on an isolated
Nothing enters this closed world from the Outside.
Materialist cause and effect rhetoric, particularly Freudian and Darwinian
paradigms, serve to keep Earth humans earthbourid, since they keep us from
potentially adding up 2+2 with regard to our true ancestry from the "sky"
rather than from the "water." In this peculiar insular point of view, we
only just recently accepted the fact that things might fall onto the Earth
from the Outside. Yet, the current scientific paradigm allows no exogamous
contact with anything resembling "human" consciousness. In our egoistic
awareness, we continue to label all
consciousness as derivative of ourselves, and assume ourselves to be the
flrst "conscious observers." All theories are then based on this
As this book will illustrate, the Space Travel Argument Against ETI is a
circular, self-contained, and, therefore, tautological, argument. Space
Travelers and the Genesis of the Human Form will attempt to tear down the
walls of this insulated system. Consider this book an experiment in Exogamy;
a hold out for a Science of Inclusionism: a science that encompasses the
external, the existential, the extraordinary, the extrasensory, the
exogenous, the excluded, and the extraterrestrial.
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