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  What Is Intervention?

  InT vs Other Theories

  Lloyd Pye

Intervention Theory vs Evolution, Creation, and ID

Evolutionists, or "Darwinists," believe life initiated on prehistoric Earth when a lifeless but chemical-filled "primordial soup" was struck by lightning. The Miller-Urey experiments attempting to prove this theory unequivocally failed to do so; however, they still often form the backbone of evolutionary arguments.

Another argument for evolution is based on Charles Darwin's observation of micro-evolution, piecemeal physical adaptations within a species that develop over time, such as the lengthening of a Tortoise's neck to reach high-growing vegetation, or changes in the shape of a Finch's beak to specialize in eating various foods.

Darwin postulated that if small changes can occur within a species over hundreds or thousands of years, perhaps over tens of thousands of years a species may adapt, or "evolve," into an entirely different species. To his credit as a great thinker and honest seeker of truth, Darwin admitted his ideas were only a theory that needed much more evidence to confirm it.

He especially stressed the need for evidence of "transitional" species, those adapting from one to another at the macro level of evolution. If these "missing links," as they have come to be called, could not be found, then his theory would have to be judged wrong. To this day, no scientist has found confirmable evidence of a species in undeniable transition from one to another.

Creationism is the belief that all life was created by God. Creationism has varying degrees, from the "Young Earth" faction that believes in a literal "6 days of creation" as described in the Bible, to the more relaxed "Old Earth" faction that also believes God did it all, but in His "divine" version of 6 days, each of which could be millions of years for all humans can know about His perceptions.

Intelligent Design is a science-based rebuttal to Darwinism that uses modern microbiological evidence to claim that macro-evolution is simply not possible, and does not account for life on Earth. They postulate that life is so incredibly complex at its most basic level, there is no plausible explanation for it to exist other than that at some point an "intelligent" entity (they do not specify this entity, but it would be vastly more intelligent than humans) had to consciously and deliberately create life.

Intervention Theory agrees to a large extent with Intelligent Design, using many of the same scientific arguments against Darwinism to disprove evolution. Unlike the IDers, Interventionists put a variety of names to the entities that created life on Earth. Some call them "aliens," other call them "Extraterrestrial Biological Entities, or EBEs", and some call them "Terraformers." Whatever their name, Interventionists attribute their actions to scientific capacity rather than "miracles."

The core belief of Intervention Theory is that these beings brought life to Earth and manipulated it for their own purposes. They seem to have incrementally terraformed and populated the planet into what it is now. About 300,000 years ago, some called "Anunnaki" came to live on Earth, and in that process they genetically engineered humans. These alien beings are responsible for the megalithic structures around the world, the impossibly rapid growth and advancement of Sumer, the first recognized "civilized" culture, the domestication of plants and animals, and the unexplainable flaws in human DNA. (We have, for example, over 4000 genetic disorders--vastly more than other "higher" primates.)

"Science in its ideology sees itself as doing a fearless exploration of the unknown. Most of the time it is a fearful exploration of the almost known."

- Rupert Sheldrake

Intervention Theory is seldom acknowledged or discussed by its competitors, and when it is discussed, it is ridiculed or dismissed outright. This is because today it stands on a threshold occupied by many other ideas now recognized as "ahead of their time." For example, in 1915 a German meteorologist named Alfred Wegener provided overwhelming evidence that Earth's entire surface was composed of giant moveable plates. Wegener had everything to prove his case, anyone could see that he was right, but he couldn't explain how the plates might move, only that they must move in some way. Because he lacked a mechanism for his observations, his peers who were not ready to accept a "moveable" or "unstable" Earth, were able to dismiss the obvious truth of his arguments. Not until 40 years later did the discovery of "plate tectonics" show that Wegener had been right all along. He was long dead by the time a full generation of "fearful explorers" had died along with him.

You may think, "But that was nearly a century ago, we're much better now." Sadly, time has nothing to do with it. Scientific elites are every bit as arrogant, egotistical, greedy, and petty as ever. In fact, in 1982 those same lamentable character traits led colleagues of chemist Daniel Shechtman to ridicule, dismiss, and even ask for his resignation for "bringing disgrace" to his team when he discovered a new type of five-sided crystal that did not conform to the structure that "everyone knew" all crystals had to possess. Dr. Shechtman's discovery has since been dubbed quasicrystals, and eventually, after years of stout resistance from his colleagues doing their usual "fearful exploration of the almost known," quasicrystals were fully accepted by the scientific establishment and Daniel Shechtman was awarded the 2011 Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

For Interventionists, what is particularly intriguing about this case is that the same unusual, non-repeating pattern of the quasicrystal is, it turns out, also found in very ancient mosaics, and those which mimic even older patterns.

            Darb-i Imam shrine
Left, quasicrystal under magnification, Right, Darb-i Imam shrine in Isfahan, Iran

Interventionists find evidence of ancient knowledge being revealed or discovered in various places around the world, and in each case it is attributed to alien overlords giving the information to local people who could not have discovered it on their own. Some attempt to dismiss this as circumstantial evidence, but so much of is now piled up that even the most "fearful explorers" are running out of excuses.

In 1968, Erich Von Daniken famously wrote about evidence of ancient technologies in the world's megalithic structures, which clearly could not have been constructed by ancient people in the ways mainstreamers suggest. As with Alfred Wegener, no one could seriously refute the validity of Von Daniken's arguments. However, also like Wegener, he could not establish a provable mechanism for how aliens from beyond Earth could have traveled here to create those wonders.

This problem was solved in 1976 by Zecharia Sitchin, who provided the required mechanism with his brilliant interpretations of the writings of the ancient Sumerians, in which they spoke freely of "gods" from another planet living among them as their lords and masters. Unfortunately, mainstream science can and does dismiss these 4,000 year old writings on stone tablets as "mythology" that could not possibly be the actual history the Sumerians portrayed them to be.

Now DNA analysis offers the final, crippling blow to the "fearful explorers," providing irrefutable evidence of this unearthly tampering. Lloyd Pye takes what has previously been put forth by Von Daniken, Sitchin and others, to fill in the last remaining gaps in the story. DNA provides conclusive proof of what the Sumerians wrote 4000 years ago when they said their down-to-earth "gods" created humans and domesticated plants and animals in "a house of fashioning" to "give the gods their ease."

In other words, they genetically engineered the things they needed to make life for themselves as easy as possible on what had to be a distant and no doubt difficult outpost far from their home planet. This is now the core of Intervention Theory, and this is what will ultimately prevail against the three current leaders in the race to identify the truth about origins on our planet.

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