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Lloyd Pye is at the forefront of research into human origins from alien sources. His intervention theory proposes that human DNA is not of this world. Using remarkable scientific analysis, Lloyd Pye makes a strong case in this presentation, which was recorded at the International Scientific and Metaphysical Symposium in Australia.

This recording also includes Lloyd Pye's take on the mysterious 900-year-old skull of a child that shows evidence of an alien race once having walked planet Earth. Judge for yourself the amazing and in-depth research and evidence brought to light by this incredible researcher.

Did aliens once walk this planet? Are we the result of some ancient genetic plan? Is the evidence really there?

©2009 Reality Entertainment; (P)2009 Reality Entertainment

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  • garret
  • meridian, ID, United States
  • 04-01-13

Great unique thinking!

If you could sum up Alien Origins in three words, what would they be?

This recording blew my mind. The progression of thought and how he presents his material really is impressive. But, THE RECORDING QUALITY STINKS!!!

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

All of it. If your not of the open mind type, don't waste your money.

What didn’t you like about Lloyd Pye’s performance?

the sound quality.

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