From the very beginning of humanity, we have sought to explain our origins and answer the fundamental, basic question: where did we come from? In every distant culture scattered across the globe, origin myths and legends can be found as varied as the culture from which they originate.
In more recent times, we have science and the theory of evolution, scientific attempts to explain the same age-old question that has haunted us since the first glimpses of self-awareness flashed in our brains, but the answer to this question has definitely not been found yet.
But there are theories that people are not a local species at all and were brought to Earth from another planet.
The idea is that our origins on this planet are not what they seem, and that perhaps we are not a product of evolution on this planet, but rather guests who, for some reason, ended up here relatively recently on a global scale of time. perhaps hundreds of thousands, or even more recently, tens of thousands of years ago, after which we interbred with earlier species such as Neanderthals to become the hybrid creatures that we are today.
It sounds crazy to many, but many famous scientists support this theory.
And there are many arguments that we, as a species, simply do not belong to this place. The first and foremost reason for this is that we humans are unlike anything else on this planet in terms of intelligence and mental ability.
There is no other animal that comes close to our ability to think, philosophize, create politics, art and poetry, or advance in technology so incredibly fast.
This is the most obvious argument, but it is certainly not the only one, and human beings exhibit many characteristics and physiological characteristics that prove that we are not as acclimated and fit for this planet as our original creators might have thought.
A long list of differences between us and nearly every other life on this planet mark us as hilariously ill-adapted to this environment and the world.
These abnormal differences can be seen at the very beginning of our lives. Human women have enormous complications and pain during childbirth that are not seen anywhere else in the animal kingdom, with animal births natural and smooth, while human beings need a lot of support and may even die during childbirth, which is still sometimes happens even to this day.
Of course, this is due to the large head of human babies, but why, should it be, if this is a normal evolutionary process? After birth, after an unusually short gestation period, we go through an extremely relatively long process of slow development, with human children being completely helpless for many years after birth, which is far from the norm in the animal kingdom.
After all, as humans mature, they exhibit many anomalous traits that are not actually shared by other creatures on this planet. We are unnaturally prone to chronic diseases and conditions such as hay fever, allergies, and others.
And then there is our unusual weakness for the Sun, we are one of the few creatures that suffer from sunburn to the extent that we do, despite the fact that we "evolved" to have no body hair, and that we in addition, we are one of the few creatures that needs to squint when the sunlight is bright.
The range of frequencies we can hear is just as deplorably low compared to most animals, as is our sense of smell.Human beings are also prone to chronic back problems, which are the result of different gravity between our homeworld and Earth, and our bodies actually seem to be more fit for a 25-hour day rather than a 24-hour day, and many of us have sleep disturbances and common feeling anxious about it.
Moreover, we tend to dislike raw food, unlike other animals, we have evolved with little body hair, we are in an upright position, and not with a lower center of gravity, unlike other animals, and our large amount of additional "trash DNA”as evidence that we are actually aliens.
We are simply too different in many ways from any other animal on the planet. In general, our bodies are simply not suitable for this environment, if we have really evolved here over millions of years, then we have not advanced anywhere at all.
Humanity did not evolve from this particular species of life (native terrestrial organisms), but developed elsewhere and was transferred to earth between 60,000 and 200,000 years ago.
However, if all this is true, then why did we end up here at all?
One possibility is that Earth could be a planet to house prisoners who have failed to integrate into their normal society.
Our ancestors could have been exiled here, after which they were forgotten and interbred with native species to form what we have now called "human civilization".
What are we so guilty of? One of the reasons for this is that we seem to be a cruel species - and we are here until we learn to behave.”
Once upon a time there could well have been some kind of overseers and they became gods in the minds of our ancestors. Indeed, the UFOs that many people see today may be our real ancestors, monitoring our progress in remediation.
Another idea is that an asteroid destroyed our home planet a long time ago, and we fled here, forgetting our true origins for centuries, and that we are Martians who fled here from the dying planet Mars. Feral colonists who have forgotten their past.
We could also be landed here for some lengthy experiment, essentially making us intergalactic guinea pigs.
Whatever the ultimate reason, the fact is that we don't come from here.
We came to Earth more or less fully formed, possibly with some hybridization, artificial changes made to the first colonists on the way to Earth, in order to provide initial adaptation to the conditions of the new home.