This work challenges the Darwinian notion that natural selection could drive evolution of complex life forms. The author claims advanced civilisations inhabited earth prior to the rise of our own.... More > His theory holds that life on earth is part of the reproductive system of an external parent species and our human soul is the germ cell of a Father Being. It claims physical life on earth is the “soma”, suggesting it is designed to crash and burn.
As a gamete, however, our consciousness has the potential to live on after the death of our bodies and the extinction of our species. We are part of a selective process and our objective should be to develop the qualities of character that will be useful and which will be retained by the “germ-line” of our parent species.< Less
What the hell is going on here? A great opening line to a telling thesis on the big questions: Why are we here? Why is there intelligent life? Why is there anything at all? We can see and touch... More > planet Earth, organic man, animals and nature’s greenery, and we are aware of our universe. Yet its creation and purpose, energy and organisation of matter and the evolution of species leave multitudes of questions unanswered. Robert for years agonised over Darwin’s inability to explain how genetic evolution works or how over vast periods of time the needs for species to change were recognised, how machinery in the evolution system for making the changes itself evolved, or for putting the changes in place. He began to compile a theory addressing the ‘how’, researching the findings of dozens of scientists over recent centuries, dissecting their theories to draw comparisons with his own to here present his compelling, logical thesis. Kev Richardson< Less
Our body has 50 million-million cells - each with 2 copies of the 3.1647 billion nucleotides in our genome. If nucleotides are switched off, they are ignored - if switched on, they are read and they... More > code for making protein. No one knows what does this switching off and on. Scientists call the process epigenetics yet it is referred to here as Dog-Whistle DNA.
The God Gametes theory argues that we have been created by an external gender-based species for the purpose of reproduction, and the way we reproduce has been modelled on the way they reproduce. And for thousands of years, we believe, our ancestors subconsciously understood our role in that process. This is why they conceptualised a variety of Fertility Gods that were gender-based and that reproduced. Our reproductive system, even at the molecular level, points to remarkable parallels between previously unknown biological processes and many ancient cultural and spiritual traditions.
More simply expressed; “As above; so below.”< Less
The God Gametes theory argues that we reproduce a parent species from another universe and that earth is their female reproductive system.
Charles Darwin called his book On the Origin of Species... More > but natural selection is not about the ‘origin’ of anything. His theory was not about the ‘origin’ of species, nor about the ‘origin’ of life. Natural selection argues the case for how one ‘living’ species might gradually evolve into another ‘living’ species. It has nothing to do with how anything originated.
Darwinism cannot explain how the planets and stars originated or how the gravitational force that holds them all together might have originated. And natural selection can certainly not explain how dead matter suddenly acquired the property of life and an ability to reproduce. Supporters of this concept foster the myth that with enough throws of the dice, with enough random coin flips, then blind probability can design complexity.
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No doubt there are people with mild dyslexia who can be taught to read and spell. Unfortunately there are others, myself included, who will never have adequate literacy skills.
I still get told;... More > “If I really tried to learn to read I could do it!” That makes me really mad.
I have completed graduate and post graduate university courses and have four books with a total of 300,000 words in print. And I still cannot read or spell adequately without the aid of a computer.
I hear people saying they ‘were’ dyslexic, that they found this or that remedy and the problem was fixed. That is fine for them but I will take my dyslexia to the grave. Thankfully though, text-to-speech technology came along in time for me. It has made it possible for me to research and write my books and to cope with life in a world dominated by the printed word.< Less
Being dyslexic caused me plenty of grief while at school. And as a young adult who could not read, I missed out on a lot. I recall a friend encouraging me to read a book he thought I would enjoy. He... More > said; “You should read this. You are the type of person who would really appreciate it.” That was a nice compliment but I did not read the book – I could not read!
We have been evolved to decipher words carried on sound waves, entering our brains via our ears. Encoding words in print and taking them in through our eyes is not natural and we should not be surprised if many people cannot do it.
Then there is the way the English language is written. Godfrey Dewey noted that 41 English phonemes are spelt 561 different ways. The ‘oo’ sound for example can be spelt 22 different ways. Certainly a challenge for people not naturally gifted with good reading and spelling skills.
Thankfully though, computer text-to-speech has made it possible for me to cope with life in a world dominated by the printed word.< Less