PegasusAngel wrote:I originally saw a video about this on Facebook via a friend, I thought it was really interesting and am looking forward to hearing more about it...
Nikola wrote:Lloyd Pye rocks. I just love the straight and aggressive attitude he has. Just like Von Deniken but multiplied few times Even though i'm not quite sure about his agenda, every time I watch his lectures about origins - it charges me with some strong positive energy.
maxmercury wrote:The 1999 book is at most libraries now. The ebook has been updated at his site and is available at most online book stores. That has the latest information on the Starchild Skull.
Here is another interview he did recently:
It is on the front page of his website now. He discusses the case from when he first got the skull and to the latest results of the new DNA tasting. Still, more testing needs to be done as it has to be confirmed by other sources before he can get any credibility from the mainstreamers.
maxmercury wrote:This would be a great subject for the third season of Ancient Aliens. They could get the Starchild Skull tested by another source and reveal the results at the end of the episode.
Talen143 wrote:I just finished watching the 6 part video and was very intrigued. This is the first I've heard about the Starchild skull. The DNA evidence is proof to me. I did have a few questions/comments though while watching that maybe some of you more familiar with this topic can answer.
1. I found it a little odd that the two bodies were just laying in the mine shaft (I think it was a mine shaft?) for 900 years and no animals had gotten to the bodies and that nobody else discovered the bodies in that time period. .. (not that the story isn't true).. just sayin.. Maybe the area where the bodies were found was hard for animals to get into..
Talen143 wrote:When he talked about the 2003 testing he mentioned that they put a piece of the skull into the machine that moves it back and forth and breaks it up into liquid form and that still after three months the skull did not break down. I just wonder then how the 1999 Canada team went about breaking up the skull into liquid form? They didn't seem to mention to Mr. Pye that they had any difficulty in doing this.. (sorry for my lack of termiology)
Talen143 wrote:Maybe I’m just gullible, but I believe he’s speaking the truth and everything he says is legit. The skull was brought to his attention. It’s not like he “found” the skull himself and is claiming it’s an alien…. I look forward to hearing the results of the DNA match. I hope he gets the funds to get the test complete.
should add that I still can't reveal the name of the geneticist or where he works until we are ready to formally present his results to the world. However, trust me, he is a well-established professional and his facility is large and very credible. They don't want to be bombarded by media until they are prepared for it, and neither do I for that matter. Just know that you are a part of the "inner circle" of those who have put your faith in a dream that is now coming true.
Talen143 wrote:Thanks so much for the answers! I will be reading his book. This is one of the most interesting things I've heard about in a long time. This is the proof that we are all looking for!
I don't recall if the AA series touched on this yet or not, but would be a good topic to expand on!
Talen143 wrote:In his video, he does give the name of the lab and the owners of the lab that preformed the second lab tests. It would be interesting to see what they have to say about it.
Talen143 wrote: on Pye's website he lists so many differences between the starchild skull and a regular human skull... Can all of that really be attributed to a deformity?
Talen143 wrote:14. The Starchild Skull had no frontal sinuses, not even miniscule vestiges. Humans can be born with sinuses reduced to the size of peas, but we have found no report of a human born without any vestige of frontal sinuses.
Like the appendix, sinuses are not a vital organ. One can do just fine without sinuses. People born without sinuses, or who have them surgically replaced, don't appear to have any significant problems.
There are many things I can't do well. Singing and dancing would be headliners
on that list. However, a point of personal pride is that I'm good at turning
complicated scientific concepts and data into written material that
non-scientists can easily read and understand.
That said, the report I've been preparing for the past eight days has been
extraordinarily challenging. The material it deals with is dominantly about DNA
(obviously), which can be fascinating if you have an interest in it, but can be
daunting if you have to explain it at a basic level in an absolute minimum of
words and images, yet do justice to the importance of the overall message and
its certain place in history.
What I'm telling you now is that Step 1 is completed. A first draft is in the
hands of the geneticist so he can edit it for technical accuracy. This is
another point of intense pressure, somehow getting the technical details to
line up correctly alongside the need to be comprehensible.
Subsequent steps will be as follows: First, I have to incorporate all of his
corrections, additions, and deletions into what I've initially created. Leave
at least a day or two for that. Second, it has to be uploaded to the website,
and all links and such have to be double-checked. Another day.
Third, the Starchild Skull Essentials eBook has to be updated with the new
information, which will make obsolete a great deal of the last portion of the
eBook as it stands now. In itself this will be quite a job, and to make matters
worse, I have to format the new version to fit all the Kindles and Nooks out
there. At least a couple of days doing this, if not more. My hope was for the
weekend, by Sunday, but probably not.
I don't mean to throw a pity party with this, I'm just trying to be clear about
why the new DNA development is taking so long to report. It's turning out to be
a heck of a lot harder than I imagined it would be, which is not the first time
something like this has happened to me.
I would remind you all that when Ray and Melanie Young first showed me the
Starchild Skull back in February of 1999, I was so impressed with its physical
differences that I told them scientists would probably iine up to be on the
team to examine it, and complete answers would probably be available in six
months at most. Now here we are, 12 years down the road, FINALLY on the verge
of proving its genetic heritage.
Seen in that light, I'm not doing too bad with this. Also, we need to keep in
mind an old homilie: "Better right than fast."
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