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Anomalous Skull Might Well Be Human-alien Hybrid.
Well known U.S. alternative researcher Lloyd Pye returns to the UK as part of an extended European tour. During June 20-27 he will give lectures in London, Nottingham and Leeds.
By: Andrew Johnson
Its bone is especially unique, being uniformly half as light and half as thin as normal, yet twice as durable because its biochemistry is more like tooth enamel than normal human bone. Also, woven through its matrix is a network of durable fibres as yet unknown in any other bone of any kind existing on planet Earth.
These lectures will relate in detail where and when the skull was found, how Lloyd Pye became its research coordinator, how extensive scientific data has been gathered about it, and how that data consistently supports its otherworldly connections. In 2003, ancient DNA testing clearly showed the Starchild’s mother was human and its father was not. So exactly how far from human were the Starchild and its father? The primer-based recovery methods of 2003 could not answer that, but now new, highly sophisticated DNA technology can answer it with unequivocal certainty. This test is scheduled to be carried out later in 2009.
Event organizers Belinda McKenzie, Andrew Johnson, and Anthony Beckett say they will present attendees with a powerful dose of history in the making. As Lloyd Pye makes clear, “There is nothing like seeing cold, hard, scientific proof before one’s own eyes, and that is precisely what will happen in London, Nottingham, and Leeds, as it has recently happened in Italy, Spain, Poland, and Romania. When it comes to alien existence, science demands irrefutable, unbiased, fact-based data. The Starchild skull provides that in more than ample amounts, and in a manner that leaves audiences stunned and delighted to be made aware of such an important endeavour unfolding before their eyes.”
Lloyd makes his lectures fully interactive by exhibiting an exact stereolithographic copy of the Starchild skull for audience members to hold and photograph if they wish.
Saturday 20 June: 1.30-5.00 pm, University of London Union, Malet St, London WC1E 7HY (tube:
Thursday 25th June: Doors Open 7:00 pm for 7:30 pm start, The Belgrave Rooms, 25 Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LB. Venue Tel: 0115 947 3829, Licensed Bar, Refreshments Available. On the tram route, a short distance from Nottingham Royal Centre. Tickets £6 - see http://tinyurl.com/
Saturday 27th June: 9:00 am onwards, Lecture Theatre LTB2, Leslie Silver Building, Civic Quarter Campus, corner of Portland Way and Woodhouse Lane, Leeds City Centre, Leeds Metropolitan University, see http://www.exopolitics-