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This book explores the following theories: NASA archive images of towers on the Moon and giant pyramids on Mars, imaging data of a city the size of LA under the Antarctic ice sheet, fractal analysis of the Face on Mars proving it’s artificial, X-ray analysis of the Great Pyramid showing secret chambers, and more…

Prehistory Explained

by Shane Leach

This eBook uses scientific evidence and ancient writings to explain all the ancient mysteries…

Theory: Ancient aliens orchestrated the Cambrian Explosion

Why did ancient beings tow the Moon into Earth’s orbit? Because they knew that a 2,000 mile wide ball of silica in Earth’s orbit would create the gravitational/tidal forces required to make life on Earth possible. The Cambrian explosion coincided with the coming of this Moon. Throughout this period of time, mollusks, starfish, arthropods, worms, and chordates (including vertebrates) evolved. You will find sponges, bryozoans, hydrozoans, brachiopods, and a couple of species of stalked echinoderms.

Since Richard Dawkins notes: “It is like they were just planted there, with no evolutionary history”. It appears that mostly algae and bacteria existed on Earth before the Cambrian explosion. All of Precambrian life forms were generally simple one-cell to easy multi-cell creatures. These life forms were blind, brainless and soft bodied creatures, so they had no hard skeleton.

There is barely any fossil proof preceding the Cambrian explosion indicating that these organisms didn’t evolve but had been planted on Earth by the exact same extra-terrestrial race which built the Moon and placed it into the planet’s orbit approximately 100,000 yrs back so as to produce the gravitational forces required for all these life forms to flourish on Earth. The majority of the main animal body-plans which exist on Earth today emerged quite quickly through the Cambrian Explosion. 43

Since Stephen Meyer has so eloquently explained: “For the evolutionary procedure to change an easy Pre-Cambrian organism such as a sponge with 5 or 4 cell types into a Cambrian trilobite with at least 10 times that lots of distinct kinds of cells that is a massive jump in sophistication and also to make that jump you want a huge number of new genetic information. Where does this information come from? That is the fundamental puzzle of the Cambrian explosion.” 43 Molecular-biologist Doug Axe has stated that there doesn’t seem to be some way that unguided random genetic mutation will describe the appearance of new functional proteins within this brief time during the Cambrian Explosion. 43

Darwin was confounded by the very fact that there were no transitional forms in the Pre-Cambrian geological strata linking the oldest algae and bacteria into the Cambrian life forms. 43 In the conclusion of this Pre-Cambrian, on the brink of the Cambrian Explosion little worms, jellyfish, sponges, and ediacaran (that went extinct before the Cambrian) emerge in the oceans. 43

For the very first time biologically-complex structures such as light-sensitive eyes, spinal cords, articulated limbs and skeletons emerged on Earth during the Cambrian Explosion.

Just look at these Cambrian life forms and tell me they don’t look like alien life forms from another world:

Priapulid worm
Ottoia prolifica
Cambrian Period

Appendages of a Cambrian animal
Anomalocaris canadensis
Cambrian Period
Anomalocaris was one of the largest predators in the Cambrian ocean, capturing prey with appendages on the front of its head and a circular mouth lined with sharp, tooth-like plates.

Cambrian animal
Opabinia had five eyes and a long, clawed “nozzle” for grasping prey. Its body was lined with gill-covered lobes for swimming just above the ocean floor.

Cambrian animal
Caterpillar-like Hallucigenia walked along the ocean floor on seven pairs of legs, and had seven pairs of spikes along its back.

“Lace crab”
Marella splendens
Cambrian Period

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