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Humans Exiled On Earth – Earth Becomes A Prison

Earth Was Chosen As A Prison Planet

Science has proven that hominoids (monkeys and apes) have lived on this planet for a very long time.

Science has also proven that our species, Homo Sapiens Sapiens (Cro-Magnon or Modern Man) have not. Our ancestors were exiled to Earth in order to stop, or at the very least isolate, the intergalactic spread of mental illness, crime and murder. This is the same criminal behavior and mental illness that we still see around us today.

Neanderthals watching UFOs.
Neanderthals watching UFOs unload humans on Earth.

Negative behavior seems to be an inescapable part of our nature. There is not a single human who is free of violent, lustful, vengeful, thieving and/or murderous thoughts. The unnatural horrors that humans experience on this planet are almost always caused by our own species. Humans lie, steal, cheat, rape, murder and pollute. We victimize everything, even our own kind. We are a horrible menace to ourselves, to all creatures of this world, and to interstellar civilizations.

The treacherous and murderous ways of human beings remain a very real threat to peace in the universe.

Earth was chosen to become a prison planet because of its remote location, varied climates, and the ability to support hominoid life forms. Our ancestors were stripped of all memory of their former lives, and were placed on different continents selected for similarities to their former climatic environments. Even though we varied in language, size, shape and color, all prisoners exiled on Earth were Cro-Magnon.

However, human incarceration on Earth was not agreed to by all. From the first days of human imprisonment on Earth, sympathizers have assisted select civilizations. These visits by aliens always resulted in dramatic leaps of intellectual ability and technological accomplishment. Unfortunately, virtually all of those civilizations and their advanced technologies were discovered by aliens monitoring us, and ended suddenly and tragically. Some tragedies resulted in extinction of civilizations by methods that remain unknown.

It was thought that if the prisoners survived at all, they would do so in a primal state, existing by building relationships and possibly even interbreeding with Earth’s native hominoid species. It was a belief proven very wrong. We immediately began to dominate everything that came into our path. The sudden terrestrial appearance of modern man was on a scale so large that it allowed Cro-Magnoids to drive the Neanderthals, who had been at the top of Earth’s food chain for well over 350,000 years, to near global extinction within just a few thousand years.

Human Arrival Changes History On Earth

Large head above skyline of city.

Initial monitoring of the humans imprisoned exiled on Earth proceeded as planned, but within a thousand years it became obvious that very serious oversights and assumptions had been made. The concept of prisoners remaining in a primal state was shattered when our ancestors set about creating a microcosm of interstellar civilization.

Earth, for the first time in its history, became witness to art, architecture, animal husbandry, agriculture, written languages, advanced mathematics, technology, law, religion and government. It also became witness to the atrocities of modern man. Instead of interbreeding with similar life forms already here, we began their systematic global slaughter.

Genetic testing revealed that the surprising intellectual and technological development of our ancestors was the result of genetic memory. This set off a very heated debate. One side called for immediate extermination of Earth’s prisoners before they genetically ‘remembered’ to the point of achieving interstellar flight, and became a risk of re-infecting intergalactic civilization. The other side firmly believed that if given enough time, we would self-destruct and simply sought to observe us until we do.

Continued observation and assessment of the humans exiled on Earth was agreed upon under strict conditions, with the number one condition being ‘no contact’.

Observation of mankind continued as humans began to multiply and dominate.

For more on human development, please visit the page ‘Domination’.
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