Press Release: Breaking News About the Starchild Skull
Written By: Lloyd Pye
To All UFO - Alien Enthusiasts:
On Monday, Nov. 27, at 8:00 pm E/P in the U.S. and Canada (and in many other countries in the not-too-distant future), you can see with your own eyes a major breakthrough in the world of UFO and alien research. The National Geographic cable TV channel will broadcast a new episode of their "Is It Real?" series.
On Monday, Nov. 27, they will debut "Ancient Astronauts," which will feature Erich Von Daniken, Zecharia Sitchin, and the Starchild skull, among others. Why the Starchild skull? Because someone who knew told National Geographic producers that two major breakthroughs had occurred in the Starchild’s situation, and those developments made it extremely likely that the Starchild skull would, finally, be proven beyond doubt as not entirely human. In the world of UFO/alien research, news doesn’t get much bigger than this.
If you’re behind the curve on these remarkable developments, please visit the Starchild website listed below and get up to speed. It’s not hard. Many photos are there revealing the two most amazing breakthroughs. We’ve known for a long time that the 900-year-old skull (verified by Carbon-14 testing) has bone that is uniformly much thinner and much lighter than it should be, and that it was inexplicably much harder than normal. Now we think we know why. There are unprecedented "fibers," for lack of a better term, embedded in the matrix of the bone itself! Nothing like it has ever been seen before, but there it is, on the website and on the NG show.
In addition, a second breakthrough was the discovery that inside many of the skull’s cancellous holes (the places where marrow exists) was a reddish "residue" of some kind, every bit as unprecedented as the fibers embedded in the matrix. (Absolutely nothing at all should be in cancellous holes 900 years after death.) So chalk these up as two of the most profound mysteries buried within the deepening mystery of the Starchild itself, and then brace for the most siginficant revelation yet--the DNA testing.
In 2003 when the Starchild’s DNA was tested at Trace Genetics in California, they found that its mitochondrial DNA (inherited from its mother) pulled up easily and showed its mtDNA was indeed human. This was expected because if it was indeed a human-alien hybrid (the working hypothesis) an egg could be genetically manipulated to make it so that a hybridization could take place, while a sperm is entirely too small. So that part of the testing went exactly as anticipated, but then came the attempts to sequence its nuclear DNA, which comes from both parents.
The Starchild’s nuclear DNA was run through the cycle seven--yes, seven--times and in no case was the slightest whiff of its nuclear DNA found by the genetic primers used to do this delicate work. Why not? Two possible reasons. Either the nuclear DNA was degraded in some highly unusual, or even improbable manner, or the primers were not "seeing" its DNA. The problem is that such primers are designed to recover ONLY human DNA, nothing else. So if they easily recovered its mitochondrial DNA, which they did, but could find not a trace of its nuclear DNA, it seems obvious that the primers were simply ineffective. They couldn’t do their job because the DNA they were seeking is not entirely human. It contains "something else." What might that be? Yet another breakthrough will soon tell us.
Recently there has been great scientific jubilation at a technical breakthrough that will allow the entire genetic package (the genome) of a Neanderthal to be sequenced. This truly IS worthy of so much attention because of all the amazing data that might be gleaned. However, lost in the propwash of this announcement is the fact that the Starchild skull will definitely benefit from it because--guess what? The new technique does not use primers! The problem that has been hanging up the whole Starchild Project since 2003--the lack of workable primers for it--is no longer an issue. There is now a bright light at the end of the Starchild’s seven-year tunnel.
This testing will not be available to us until after the Neanderthal is sequenced, which will end some time in 2008. Then the Starchild can get in line and should have its DNA available within a year, two at most. So by the end of this decade we can expect to know the absolute, undeniable truth about it. All we have to do now is hang on tight, spread the word about what’s happening with it, and wait for amazing things to happen.
Along those lines, and while we’re all waiting for the NG show and for more developments, a very important thing everyone can do is go to the Starchild website and check it out for yourself (see link below). While there, be SURE to put your email address in the "notify" box that will let you know when the new book about the Starchild will be available. Being on that list confers absolutely NO obligation to buy, it merely says you want to be notified when the book is available. The list will be used for nothing else--it will NEVER be sold or otherwise misused.
In closing, let me thank you for taking the time to read this, and let me again urge you to spread this news in our community as far and as wide as your imagination and your mailing lists permit. We simply can’t do enough to take advantage of this golden opportunity to rally around an object that looks very much as if, at long last, it won’t let us down. It can go all the way to proving alien reality, at a minimum, and at a maximum might even change the very fabric of our worldwide culture.
It IS a big deal. Check out the NG show on the 27th at 8:00 pm E/P, and in countless reruns thereafter if you miss it the first time around. Also, please visit www.starchildproject.com and add your name to the "notify" list regarding the soon-to-be-published (in 2007) book about the Starchild’s journey. (You can also read an excerpt from the book that reveals the identity of the skull’s owners.)