Reptilian Extraterrestrial DNA?

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The Proof!

The proof can be found through our reported genetic conditions!

Webbed feet, 3 chambered hearts, tails, and Mongolian blue spots are just the few of many reported.

This process is an evolutionary phenomenon called atavism.

In biology, an atavism is a modification of a biological structure whereby an ancestral trait reappears after having been lost through evolutionary change in previous generations.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atavism

Theory

Ancient astronaut theorists suggest that humans have procreated with reptilian extraterrestrials in the past which would explain the strange reptile like conditions some have today.

Conditions related to reptiles include tails, dry scaly skin , and 3 chambered hearts.

Supporting Facts

In the stories of China’s first emperor Fuxi, it is said the he was considered to be the first man.

Fuxi along with his sister Nuwa were said to have been created.

The top halves of them were human while their bottom halves were that of snakes.

You will find them mostly represented with their snake tails wrapped around each other.

Snake people similar to that of China’s first emperor can be found in ancient texts and art all around the world.

Mongolian Spots

Many believe Mongolian spots are evolved from the blue skinned Gods often seen in Egypt and India.

(cannot post pictures of Mongolian spots, feel free to research if interested.)

Mongolian spots are a type of birthmark caused by the pigment in the skin. The medical term for a pigmented birthmark such as a Mongolian spot is a congenital dermal melanocytosis. Mongolian marks are often present at birth, but may also appear in the infant’s first weeks of life.
https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318853.php

What Do You Think?

Have we evolved from reptilian extraterrestrials?

Thanks for reading!

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Alyssa Smith

24 Posts | Member since 2019-03-25

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