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Hart’s essential theory was not new but some of his associated ideas and theories to support his argument were. He alleged that Darwin’s theory of Evolution could not be correct, as there wasn’t one missing link, there were hundreds if not thousands, and that there must be another explanation as to how Mankind got here and developed.
At the same time, he pointed out that somewhat strangely, there were six areas of population scattered across the globe that almost out of nowhere, and starting 10,000 years ago, suddenly erupted into developed civilization. They went, almost overnight historically speaking, from being hunter/gatherers to sophisticated farmers. They sowed crops, the crops we still grow today, which seemed to appear from nowhere and whose original wild variants we have still not identified. They started reading, writing, mathematics, astronomy and science. They built cities and those strange pointy pyramids, edifices that modern man still does not understand or comprehend as to how they were built. Quarrying, cutting and lifting 400 ton of solid rock would still be an immense challenge to us today, yet somehow that lot managed it. They also managed, despite being thousands of miles apart on different continents, to build these things with a connecting synchronicity of alignment and astronomical meaning. How could these under developed, mud hut dwelling dudes manage all this? Who taught them all this nonsense?

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Will Hart is a freelance journalist, book author, nature photographer and documentary filmmaker. He has been investigating ancient mysteries and evidence of extraterrestrial intervention on Earth since 1969. He lives in Arizona.

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Mysterious Origins of Crop Plants
Alien Gardens

By Will Hart



Today modern plant geneticists are performing what would have been deemed impossible -- a century ago -- by creating new, hybrid plants that have never existed before in nature. As incredible as it may seem, a new type of corn (Btcorn), actually the combination of a bacteria and normal corn is already in the fields. Why was a bacteria injected into the genes of corn? Because Bacillus thuringiensis helps the new hybrid ‘planteria’ fight off worms.

How is a designer plant like Btcorn created? Technicians carefully take genetic material from the bacteria, isolate specific parts of its DNA, and insert it into the DNA of corn. Then the desired transformation is achieved in a tissue culture. Technically referred to as transgenetic plants, designer vegetables involve the transfer of DNA from one organism to another. The hybridization seeks to improve the plant, at least from a human perspective.

We are already creating plantanimals. Why is it then so farfetched to envision an advanced race -- hundreds of millions of years more sophisticated than we are -- genetically engineering life on Earth? In fact, it is a plausible scenario as Sir Francis Crick showed in his book Life Itself and this author will attempt to prove in The Genesis Race series.

Most soybean plants grown in the U.S. now have been genetically altered to survive the application of powerful herbicides. Btcorn is widely grown and as shown above was engineered to produce its own organic pesticide thereby rendering the plants poisonous to earworms. Growth hormone has been isolated in bovine DNA and inserted into pigs to increase their weight rapidly and to reduce fat. Dolly, the first genetically cloned sheep, has already paved the way for other biogenetic experiments with animal cloning.

This combination ‘alien garden’ and Twilight Zone barnyard is not all that lurks on our hi-tech farms of today. Just beyond the perfect rows of uniformly green, identical corn plants is a patch of ground in the Mid-West enclosed by an electric fence. The small, 10-acre plot has been planted with a test crop, or rather a genetically engineered “pharmacrop”, of corn that has been created to make a human enzyme. It is hoped that the new hybrid corn will produce lipase, an enzyme used in treating cystic fibrosis.

“Pharming,” the practice of altering corn, tobacco, and other plans to make drugs for humans and animals, has been getting a lot attention in the biotech industry- and attracting plenty of controversy,” reporter Lucinda Fleeson wrote earlier this year. The article was titled ‘A Cure for the common farm?’ It was published in Mother Jones in April 2003. However, bizarre and potentially risky these bio-gen farming experiments are, Genitcally Modified Foods (GMOs) and pharming are sources of controversy and bitter debate in Europe. However, they have not received the press coverage in America where their presence is much greater.

It may seem that I am writing this article to either raise awareness of GMOs, to alert you to their potential dangers, or to sing the “gee whiz” praises of our newest industry. However, none of the above is my actual intent. My concern is altogether different. I want to know exactly how we got here so quickly? I recall the days when horses were harnessed to pull ploughs and manure fertilized fields. In fact, that form of agriculture was developed in Sumer and lasted some 4500 years. What happened since the 1950s? How did we get here -- in the broadest sense from the wild grasses, the ancestors of modern cereal crops -- to these Frankenplants?

If you think that our modern geneticists and plant scientists know the answers and can point to the evidence showing how our primitive Stone Age ancestors domesticated wild plants, you are a victim of a scientific shell game. That is what you are supposed to assume. However, the history of plant domestication is fuzzy, full of ‘missing links’ and logical inconsistencies though the public is given the impression that the history of agriculture holds no real mysteries.

We are told in our history and anthropological textbooks that our fist civilizations were spawned on the heels of the ‘agricultural revolution, which occurred in major river valleys. What the textbooks fail to tell us is that our Stone Age predecessors did not harvest and eat the seeds of wild grasses during their long sojourn through the Paleolithic era. They were hunter-gathers who subsisted on leafy greens and lean muscle meats. How come they suddenly figured out how to domesticate and turn into major food sources circa 5,000 BC?

This raises some obvious and very sticky questions concerning the period of trial and error experimentation and development that must have gone into domesticating wild wheat into bread wheat and wild corn into the domesticated variety.

Let us begin with the enigma of the modern corn plant. The humble origin of corn remains mysterious because the ancestral wild plant has never been located. It is an established, scientific fact that corn is a cultigen, a plant engineered by humans. This means that it has become so altered by humans that it cannot reproduce naturally and is entirely dependent upon man’s continued cultivation. In short, it is now a manmade plant and has been for some time. Scientists have not been able to trace the lineage of corn to the ancestral wild plant. How can this be if the ‘agricultural revolution’ only occurred 7-8,000 years ago?

Corn is a form of wild grass, as are the majority of the other major crop plants, there is no good reason for the ancestral variety to have vanished and/or become extinct. 10,000 years may seem like a long time in human terms yet it is a very short time in terms of the evolution and life span of a plant species. There are ancient plants that have existed continuously for hundreds of millions of years.

If you believe that our ancestors domesticated crop plants, you have to start by assuming that people without any agricultural experience were brilliant enough to select and breed the best wild seed candidates to turn into major cereal crops. It is a historical fact that in spite of 5,000 years of continuous agricultural development we have not genetically bred a new major crop from a wild species. Just how ingenious were out Stone Age predecessors who performed this agronomic feat without any agricultural or genetic knowledge?

Basing the agricultural revolution on the notion that people who lacked any understanding of the scientific basis of plant breeding created seems a very shaky premise. Skepticism is warranted due to the fact that, if it actually occurred, this was the riskiest of gambles, since it represented a complete departure from the only way of life and only food sources that Stone Age people knew.

But first let’s step back to an earlier point and ask how we know that 100,000 generations of Stone Age humans did not eat wild grass seeds. Our guts are still not adapted to digest uncooked grains. After all we are not birds. In addition, our Paleolithic ancestors lacked the technology to harvest, thresh, process and cook wild grass seeds. The seeds of wild species are miniscule and they are attached to the seed heads making them difficult to harvest and hardly worth the effort.

These are little known facts that raise deeper issues. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors mainly subsisted on leafy greens and lean muscle meats. If they lacked an extended experience with wild grasses how did they know which ones to select to turn into wheat, rye, corn, barely and rice? In other words these are still the principal food crops that our civilizations are based upon. After at least 5,000 years of continuous agriculture we do not seem to have improved upon the first selections of our ‘scientifically ignorant’ ancestors. That hardly seems logical.

This amazingly prescient selection of wild seeds seems not only more than a little surprising it looks to border on being a minor miracle. There are an estimated 195,000 flowering plants that they could have turned into food sources and primitive man chose less than .01 to base agriculture upon. This happened at a point in time when people had no concept of domesticating plants or animals, which means no experience with artificial selection.

To further appreciate the paradox that this situation imposes upon us we have to understand, domesticated crop plants are nothing like their wild ancestors. Farmers have long known this fact. The differences are so great that most of the specific ancestral locations of our cereal crops remain a mystery. We must ponder what this really means. What are the implications of our scientists not being able to trace the specific wild ancestors of modern corn, wheat, rye, barely and rice?

When we look at the problem of how our ancestors, lacking in both tools and knowledge, domesticated wild plants it is really tantamount to pondering how the Great Pyramid was conceived, designed, engineered and constructed with stone tools and primitive methods. There is something out of focus in the picture we have of the history of civilization on this planet, how and when agriculture and precision-engineered architecture were developed and by whom.

It is as if our ancestors were gathered around the campfire inside a cave and one was using his hands and fingers to tell stories by throwing shadows against the wall one minute; the next minute they are watching satellite TV and giddily channel surfing. That is how great the gaps are between the late Stone Age and the birth of agriculture and civilization.

How were these quantum leaps made and where is the evidence to support the orthodox theory that humans engineered them? The real problem with the orthodox scenario is the lack of a long incubation period during which early humans experimented with selective breeding and with constructing megalithic stone monuments. Agriculture should -- and not doubt actually does-- extend back tens of thousands of years and not the 9,000 that modern science contends. The creation of dogs from wild wolves, a true genetic engineering feat, is proof of this.

A more thorough examination of these issues, including evidence that human beings could not have domesticated wild wolves 15,000 years ago and turned them into man’s best friend appears in The Genesis Race.

© 2004 by Will Hart


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Directed Panspermia
The Case for Extraterrestrial Intervention

By Will Hart



What is Directed Panspermia?

It has been more than three decades since Eric von Daniken had the first of his best selling books published. In the initial three of the series he tirelessly and enthusiastically examined the archaeological and cultural historical records of the world’s ancient cultures trying to show that ‘ancient astronauts’ had visited our planet. His controversial ideas and the fascinating information he presented about our planet’s mysterious past were a smashing success. In fact, he has since become the most popular nonfiction writer of all time.

That said -- and credit given to Mr. Van Daniken for pointing out the enigmas of human history -- some very important scientific work was published in this field by several eminent scientists 20 years ago. Nobel Prize winner Sir Francis Crick and astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle weighed in with their theories of the origins of life in the early 1980s.

Their books never made it into public consciousness the way the ‘Chariots of the Gods’ did and they seldom get mentioned in ‘ancient astronaut’ literature. However, these works deserve a reappraisal and I highly recommend them to any serious student of cosmology, UFOs or evolution. Crick proposed that an advanced civilization seeded life on earth in the remote past, a theory called Directed Panspermia.

We shall postulate that on some distant planet, some four billion years or so ago, there had evolved a form of higher creature who, like ourselves, had discovered science and technology, developing them far beyond anything we have accomplished…

[Life Itself, Francis Crick, 1981, pg. 117]

This may seem a wide departure from the mainstream for a man who is credited with being the co-discoverer of the shape of the DNA molecule, however Crick’s treatment of this topic was mostly from a rigorous, scientific perspective. He did not delve into history’s mysteries but into a variety of scientific topics including the nature of DNA and RNA as well as what was then known about when life originated on earth. “The earliest traces of life we can detect at the present time are found associated with rocks dated to about 3.6 billion yeas ago…but the fossil record, formed by simple animals whose hard parts have been preserved, is only 0.6 billion years old.” (1)

In his book Crick pointed out that it took the simplest, single cell organisms about 1.4 billion years to evolve. The next decisive step up in complexity to multicellular organisms took almost 2 billion years more. Mammals appeared on the scene about 200 million years ago and complexity took a quantum leap. It would seem that the process of biological evolution on the earth is counter-intuitive. We would expect that it should have taken a shorter time period for the simplest life forms to evolve and much longer for the most complex organisms yet mammals took only a fraction of the time to develop compared to the earliest and simplest organisms.

We have to keep in mind that the book was published more than 20 years ago, decades before the Human Genome Project (HGP) finished decoding the DNA blueprint. However, at the time one of the central mysteries that puzzled Crick was “Such an astonishing degree of uniformity was hardly suspected as little as forty years ago.” (2) He was referring to findings that showed that all living things use the same four-letter DNA language to transmit genetic information. This seemed to point to the probability that all life on earth arose from one very primitive population, which developed the singular, genetic code.

At that time it was believed that the human gene count, and that of other higher animals, would naturally be greater than the lower plant and animal species. It was also assumed that humans had branched of from the great apes but no one specifically singled out the chimp. Both of those assumptions were based upon a Darwinian view. However, the HGP and other more recent studies have shown those predictions were incorrect. The human gene count turned out to be less than the rice genome and only double that of the lowly roundworm and Homo sapiens DNA is 98.5 percent the same as the chimpanzee. These results surprised and mystified mainstream scientists.

The HGP did confirm that all of life is very closely related on the genetic level and we can accurately refer to earth’s biological system as the ‘Genetic Tree of Life’. Crick alluded to the underlying issue raised by this finding with the following statement: “We see, then, that one way to approach the origin of life is to try to imagine how this remarkable uniformity first arose.” (3) The question is how could the primordial earth have randomly synthesized the first nucleic acids or proteins from the chemical soup that existed billions of years ago?

It might appear that the recent genetic findings support Darwinism, the theory that life originated on earth through blind chance. On the surface it would seem that the very uniformity that the genetic code displays argues for life originating on this planet on its own. However, that is not necessarily the case; the scenario poses problems. For starters, if Nature was operating via a long series of random events that eventually clicked and produced simple one-celled organisms, why weren’t there a variety of these random combinations that resulted in numerous DNA codes instead of a single branching genetic tree?

It can be argued that the very uniformity of the genetic language seems to imply that this process had been tested and packaged before on some other planet and then transplanted to the earth. The one-pass-through success of life on our planet would seem to indicate that a high degree of intelligence and bio-engineering was involved because whoever conducted it bet everything on one roll of the dice, a single genetic pathway as if on a sure thing. A purely random process should have produced at least several genetic lines with varying bases and languages in order to insure that one would succeed.

Crick later posed the following question:

“ Can we marshal any convincing evidence which might support or refute Directed Panspermia? One possible line of evidence is contained within the organisms we have today. In spite of the great variety of molecules and chemical reactions produced by evolution, there are certain features, which appear common to all living things. We can begin to piece together the family trees of certain molecules – transfer RNA molecules, for example -…the one feature, which is so invariant that it immediately attracts attention. This is the genetic code…

This would not be surprising if there were an obvious structural reason for the details of the code; if certain amino acids had necessarily to go with certain codons because, for example, their shapes neatly fitted together. It seems most improbable…that all the details of the code were decided by purely chemical reasons…One is mildly surprised that several versions of the code did not emerge.” (4)

He later summed up his interpretation of the evidence: “the fact that the code is so uniform lends a small measure of support for Directed Panspermia.” (5) Crick also pointed to the element molybdenum, which is more abundant in living things than it is in rocks, as another support for extraterrestrial intervention. Stronger evidence in support for Directed Panspermia came in the fossil record. According to Crick his theory predicted that microorganisms should appear suddenly, “without any evidence of prebiotic systems or very primitive organisms.” (6) This, in fact, is what the fossil record shows and we would suspect if an advance civilization had suddenly decided it was time to ‘seed’ the earth.

Directed Panspermia offers a better explanation for the gaps in the fossil record since ‘missing links’ could have existed solely on the ‘sender’ planet and never on earth. Darwinism is actually crushed by the ‘missing links’ problem. Crick raised another very good point about the sudden emergence of a type of blue-green algae dated to a very early time in the life of the earth. The problem for mainstream evolutionists is explaining how this primitive plant evolved to a fully formed stage so quickly. This would suggest that the plant went through an earlier evolution on a planet similar to earth and was transplanted here by a technically advanced civilization.

Crick’s theory could also explain the abrupt appearance of flowering plants (angiosperms) and the lack of transitional species in the fossil record between the primitive non-flowering plants (gymnosperms) and the angiosperms. Darwin referred to this gap as the “abominable problem”. From the above we can see that the mechanisms of Directed Panspermia pass some basic scientific criteria in several regards, the available evidence conforms to its predictions and it appears to explain some phenomena better than currently accepted theories.

Much stronger support for this theory has actually been collected in recent years, long after the book was published so Crick was unable to present it in his arguments. Mainstream scientists long believed (some still do) that life could not survive the rigors of outer space because it was either too hold or too cold. However, that belief has been challenged by a number of recent findings.

On December 20, 2001 NASA announced that a research team had discovered sugar (carbohydrate molecules) and several related organic compounds on two meteorites. This provided the first solid physical evidence that another fundamental building block of life on Earth could have originated in outer space. It also pointed to the likelihood that life has formed on other planets.

Carbon based compounds and amino acids like carboxlyic acid had been found on meteorites previously but this was the first time carbohydrates had been identified. The recovery of one of the early Lunar-landing modules has also dispelled the notion that life could not survive the radical conditions of space. When the module was recovered a form of streptococcus bacteria was found on the craft; and it had survived for more than a year on the lunar surface! So life has adapted to the extreme conditions of space, which also tends to support the theory that it evolved in and has traveled through space.

Obviously, the theory of Directed Panspermia predicts that life exists elsewhere in the cosmos, actually began somewhere else and was deposited here, so these findings are very important. Now, we turn to Hoyle’s book Lifecloud: The Origin of Life in the Universe where we find a simpler version of Crick’s theory, which is simply Panspermia. Like the biologist, the astronomer did not think that the evidence supported the notion that life originated on earth via Darwinian mechanisms but out in the cosmos instead; Hoyle envisioned the basic molecules arriving on comets or being pushed here by light waves without the aid of an extraterrestrial civilization.

The late astronomer presented a wealth of astronomical data in support of the idea that life did not have enough time to evolve on earth and that it probably developed in the cosmos. In 2002 Space.com reported, “a controversial finding last year of microbes high in Earth’s atmosphere and thought to have come from space gained another scientists support this week.” (7) Hoyle’s co-author and fellow proponent of the panspermia theory, Chandra Wickramasinghe was the first to study these organisms, which he claimed, rained down on the earth every day.

Clearly all these recent findings tend to support the theory of panspermia whether directed or not. Most leading researchers now widely accept the idea that life could travel between planets embedded inside rocks, kicked up by asteroids or comet collisions. The sciences of astrobiology and exobiology are still in their infancy and yet they are showing that life is out there and it is very hardy!

What we have embodied in these two panspermia theories are the embryonic formulations of a valid scientific theory about the cosmic origins of life on earth. As the author has shown in prior articles, we have a wealth of historical enigmas, pointing to ‘missing links’ in the archaeological and agricultural records that cast doubt on the theories of mainstream anthropologists and historians. It would appear that an advanced civilization has intervened in earth’s evolution; and through a series of transplants, implants and genetic insertions initiated, altered and controlled the course of biological and cultural life.

In fact, all ancient civilizations tell of a time when ‘gods’ descended to earth to bring the gifts of agriculture, tools and law to primitive humanity. So our own cultural records also support the theory of Directed Panspermia, as do the mysterious artifacts that dot the landscape in Egypt, Mexico and Peru. Yet the clincher is our own development as a species along technical lines that have led us to embrace the twin technologies of space exploration and genetic engineering. How do we explain our 98.5% identical genetic makeup with chimpanzees as our astronauts travel in space and chimps still swing from limb to limb? All of this goes on while our geneticists insert the genetic materials from bacteria into the genes of a corn plant to create a new hybrid species.

I would explain it this way, we have inherited the genes from the advanced race that seeded life on our planet and genetically engineered our species ‘in their image’ and we are recapitulating that genetic heritage.

Book References

  • Chariots of the Gods? Von Daniken, Eric

  • Life Itself, Crick, Francis

  • Lifecloud: The Origin of Life, Hoyle, Fred & Wickramasinghe, Chandra


  1. Life Itself, pg. 108

  2. Ibid. pg. 47

  3. Ibid. pg. 47

  4. Ibid. pg. 142-43

  5. Ibid. pg. 143

  6. Ibid. pg. 144

  7. Report: Microbes rain down from Space?

More Support for Controversial Theory,

Britt, Robert, 2002

© 2004 by Will Hart


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The Genesis Race: Our Extraterrestrial DNA
and the True Origins of the Species
by Will Hart

November 2003
249 pages


About the Author
Will Hart is a journalist, photographer, and filmmaker who has been investigating ancient mysteries and evidence of extraterrestrial intervention on Earth since 1969. He lives in Arizona.

Excerpted from The Genesis Race: Our Extraterrestrial DNA and the True Origins of the Species by Will Hart. Copyright © 2003. Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.
Myths, Legends and Folktales
What is myth? According to the American Heritage Dictionary a myth is: 1. A traditional, typically ancient story dealing with supernatural beings, ancestors, or heroes that serves as a fundamental worldview of a people. 2. A fiction or half-truth. 3. A fictitious story, person or thing.

From this widely accepted definitions it is clear that myths are to be distinguished from historical accounts and accurate records. If someone tells you that they are... read more

Book Description
Shows that Earth was visited by an extraterrestrial race who bioengineered modern man in its image and taught man how to construct the pyramids

• Examines the flaws in Darwin's theory of evolution and presents startling new evidence of intelligent intervention • Reveals the messages coded in the pyramids left by the ancients concerning impending Earth changes at the end of the Mayan calendar • 30 b&w photographs

For millennia the development of humanity showed a consistent homogenous pattern. Then suddenly, around 5000 B.C., great civilizations sprang up around the globe. All the creation myths of these civilizations tell of gods who came down to Earth and fashioned man in their own image, teaching them the arts of agriculture and civilized life. In addition, the dominant architectural design in Egypt, Sumeria, Peru, Mexico, and China was the pyramid, though science has never been able to explain why or where these peoples obtained the advanced technological knowledge to construct such edifices. The abruptness and similarities of these evolutionary leaps calls into question the Darwinian theory of evolution, given that there are no traces of any intermediate evolutionary forms.

Now, using the most current research on DNA, Will Hart shows that these gods were actually visitors from other worlds who genetically engineered modern humanity from the beings that then inhabited the planet. He also suggests that the Bible and other creation stories have been interpreted falsely as myth when they should have been read as history. The structures left by our ancestors were designed in accordance with precise astronomical and geodetic alignments to make them visible from outer space and to survive for thousands of years with the intent of communicating information relating to physical and temporal events. Humanity's current stage of development has finally reached the point where the secret messages of these structures can be decoded to reveal the fate of humanity in the coming Earth changes.

Thought provoking alternative history

The author discusses the concept of myth, with reference to Sumeria, Babylon and Troy that turned out to have been real, and the Great Flood, a myth which is found in more than 200 cultures around the world and may be based on events during the end of the last ice age.

He looks at ancient Sumeria, Mexico and Peru and discusses the advanced mathematics of these so-called primitive peoples. Ancient Egypt and Mohenjo Daro are also investigated, as is the sudden appearance of domesticated plants and animals.

The sections on metallurgy, ice ages, cataclysms and the mysterious Civilization X are never less than gripping, as is his discussion of chronological cycles, the Maya calendar and our possible cosmic ancestry.

Hart reaches the same conclusion as Von Daniken and Sitchin: humanity is the result of a genetic cloning experiment by an advanced race that lived among their creatures in ancient times. The Genesis Race provides fascinating reading and those who enjoy this book will also benefit from reading the works of Zecharia Sitchin.

Reviewer from South Africa

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