Digressing to a very distant past

Despite our cleverness, displayed (in part) in space explorations while causing mayhem and mutilation within Earthly societies, we know not “the truth about our own origins and history” (Will Hart in ‘The Genesis Race’).

I have read elsewhere (see an earlier post of mine) that about 40,000 years ago, Earth was bathed (bashed?) by a shock wave from the explosion of supernova Vela; and that, as a consequence, there occurred a flowering of artistic ability in mankind – see the cave and rock paintings that we know of.

The alignments of our great civilisations – from China to the Indus Valley, to Sumer, to Egypt, and to Mexico – across the globe is surely challenging. The huge pyramids of these civilisations (except for the Indus civilisation) involving megaliths of up to 20 tons (to 400 tons?) each, and their geodesic orientation have not been explained. Where did the necessary mathematical (and astronomical) knowledge originate?

Hart offers a theory of intelligent extraterrestrial intervention “predicated on the following points related to the six initial civilisations on our planet, each of which is supported by existing evidence.” The 6th is Peru, a little off the 30th parallel which ties the other 5.

• Their sudden appearance
• They departed completely from our primitive past
• The development of agricultural crops
• Their possession of “technical, corporate, legal, bureaucratic, and organisational features that comprise civilisation”
• The “convergence of literary and oral traditions relation to creation legends and to how these acquired the arts and sciences”

And, like Zachariah Sitchin (see my earlier post) Hart draws our attention to the 223 genes “that do not have predecessors on the genomic evolutionary tree.”

So, some of the re-constituted stardust which gives our bodies substance came from deep space?