Some 15 years ago or so, a small, tiny really, skeleton was found in the Atacama Desert in Chile. It was only six inches tall, thought to be six to eight years old, was humanoid and looked like something that might have come from another world. And that was what a number of people believed. They had found the remains of creature from another world.
There was DNA that could be examined, and in 2013, it was revealed that only 92 or 93% of the DNA had been identified. That DNA was human, but the other seven or eight percent was unknown. Some pointed out that the difference between humans and chimpanzee DNA was only three percent. But that three percent was critical and the difference between high intelligence and human beings, and the lower intelligence and chimpanzee.
This, according to a few including Steven Greer, suggested that the creature was not human, while others said that, of course, it was. The problem was a few assumptions reported as fact such as the age and size of the little being suggested it was non-human.
|The Sirius premiere at the Citizen Hearing in|
Washington, D.C. Photo copyright by Kevin Randle.
Study of the skeleton by some UFO researchers resulted in a documentary called, “Sirius.” It can be viewed here:
While the movie was mostly panned, it was one of the first that had been funded by crowd sourcing which makes it interesting in its own right. But I digress…
There has been a long-term study of the little skeleton. A few years ago, it was determined that the skeleton was only 40 years old and not an ancient alien as some speculated. Gary Nolan, senior author of the new study and professor of microbiology and immunology at Stanford University reported on the results of that study.
You can read the whole story here:
|Steven Greer at the Citizen Hearing with his film. Photo copyright by Kevin Randle|
The mystery of the DNA has now been solved. According to Nolan, the skeleton is a human female, probably a fetus, with Chilean ancestry. The age estimates based on the bones were off. The fetus suffered from a number of rare genetic and bone related mutations. That was what lead to the erroneous assumption about its age.
The point is that the skeleton has been identified as human. Completely human. And, yes, I know there will be those out there who believe that these conclusions are the result of government repression and an attempt to hide the truth about alien visitation. But it seems that the study was completed by a disinterested third party who had no government controllers and certainly isn’t a government agent. They went where the evidence took them and it seems they solved the mystery of the Atacama Mummy.
But, no matter what we say, there will be those who ignore the evidence. I believed that we have the answer, but if you wish to continue to believe… well, that’s your business, so, here is a list of various sites that have additional information.