At their annual meeting this year, the American Society of Human Genetics came to a staggering conclusion! Based on the data they collected, they found people from Melanesia (a region in the South Pacific that surrounds Papua New Guinea and its neighboring islands) may have some odd genes in their DNA. Geneticists claim this unidentified DNA belongs to a previously undiscovered species of humanoids.
Ryan Bohlender, one of the researchers included in the study, believes this species is not Neanderthal or Denisovan, but something totally different. He stated, “we’re missing a population or we’re misunderstanding something about the relationships”.
The Denisovans are an extinct species which belong to the hominid genus. Their name comes from the Denisova Cave in the Siberian Altai Mountains, the place where the first bone fragment of this species was discovered. However, we do not know much about this mysterious cousin of ours.
Human history could be a lot more complicated than we thought, as Bohlender pointed out.
But, step by step, the human’s enigmatic past is uncovered. And it seems this kind of discoveries point in one direction: humans may not be who they think they are.
Here’s what the researchers involved in the study have to say about this: “With assumptions about population size and more recent population separation dates taken from the literature, we estimate the archaic-modern separation date at ~440,000 ± 300 years ago for all modern human populations.”
Does that number look familiar to you? It’s associated with the Anunnaki hypothesis.
As the genesis story tells us, the twelfth planet, named Nibiru was inhabited by humanoids very similar to us humans. After they were faced with a severe atmosphere problem, they went on a search through the solar system in order to find gold, the only thing that could help their planet.
Around 432,000 BC, Nibiru approached Earth’s orbit and the Nibiruans started using spaceships to send people and valuable goods from their planet to Earth. Upon reaching the surface, these highly intelligent beings established themselves in ancient Mesopotamia.
This is why it’s widely believed this is the true cradle of mankind – inside the laboratories of Anunnaki geneticists. And this recent study seems to verify this hypothesis. It might even answer one of the oldest and most important questions we’ve ever wanted to know: Who are we?
However, if we want to get to a definitive answer to this ancient enigma, we have to dig where no man has dug before. This is, of course, easier said than done. Another way would be to investigate the microscopic records that hide away in all of us. The Anunnaki knew their DNA was crucial to creating the perfect white-collar workers. So, in this seemingly eternal quest for our true lineage, we humans must do the same.
A recent investigation by another group of scientists came to a similar conclusion. The scientists, led by evolutionary geneticist Eske Willerslev of the Natural History Museum in Denmark, analyzed the DNA samples of 83 aboriginal Australians. In addition to this, 25 participants who belonged to populations native to the highlands of Papua New Guinea were tested. And to everyone’s amazement, Denisovan-like DNA was discovered in the genomes of the study volunteers.
Nevertheless, it should be noted that even though researchers called it Denisovan-like, the group that lent its genes to the participants’ ancestors was actually completely unknown. Willerslev said they do not know the identity of this group, but they do have a particular crowd in mind.
It’s only natural that these discoveries are made when analyzing the genome of remote populations. These isolated groups didn’t have much contact with the outside world since they lived and reproduced in closed communities. This is reflected in their genome. If your ancestry is richer and more diverse, there’s a lesser chance for particular genes to remain unchanged. When it comes to aboriginal Australians and Melanesians, this isolation meant fewer genes were changed during the course of their existence.
It’s not that difficult to imagine this version of our past. The Anunnaki could have come to Earth, played Gods and created mankind. Then the main scientist Enqi and the medical chief Ninti could have used genetic manipulation and in-vitro fertilization to create people based on their own image. They could have used humans for their own purposes and whenever they wanted they unleashed destruction in a form of a flood of biblical proportions. Then some Anunnaki might have decided to abandon protocol and protect a couple of chosen humans who survived and spread everywhere across the globe.
Thousands of generations might have passed, but the genomes of people who ‘socialized’ the most became mixed beyond recognition.
But, in some humans out there, a part of the creators is still hidden away.