Everything You Know is Wrong…

INTERVENTION THEORY

A Theory of Origins: the Universe, Life, Hominoids, and Humans…

Lloyd Pye

Since LLOYD PYE published his seminal book, Everything You Know Is Wrong, in 1997, his fact-based, no-nonsense explanation of origins has developed a devoted international following.

In the years since EYKIW was written, there have been so many advances and new discoveries that rather than updating it, Lloyd decided to break his update into several completely new eBooks, starting with Intervention Theory Essentials. It details Lloyd’s alternative views about Origins—of the universe, of life itself, and especially of humans and hominoids, all of which are inextricably linked together in ways nobody fully understands, least of all the scientists who claim to understand precisely that.

Intervention Theory challenges Creationism, Intelligent Design, and Evolution, by offering plausible explanations for many of the conundrums left unanswered by those other theories. The new eBook takes the same aggressive approach as EYKIW, showing how and why so much of what mainstream science professes is not just wrong, but blatantly, willfully wrong, often in the face of evidence that would be overwhelming in any court in the world. Its revelations are astonishing, but they are presented in simple terms and concepts easily grasped by anyone.

The Sumerian Anunnaki and the Tree of Life (or is it a DNA schematic)

It begins with a consideration of the true origins of the universe; then to the origin of life itself, which almost no one understands; then to the fits and starts when new forms of ever more complex life seem to be brought to Earth on a schedule rather than to have developed here. Learn why Lloyd Pye thinks some of the the earliest Miocene apes, which appeared 23 million years ago, live on today as the hair-covered bipedal primates (bigfoot, yeti, etc.) he calls “hominoids.”

The God said, “Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air…”—Genesis 1:26

Learn little-known details about the Minnesota Iceman, a hominoid murdered in cold blood and doomed to years of display frozen in a block of ice. Learn even more about Zana, a well-researched Russian hominoid who has left behind living hybrid descendants (the eBook contains photos of one of her sons, a grandson, and several other descendants!) Most of all, find out why Lloyd Pye strongly suggests that Intragalactic Terraformers are much more likely to be the actual source of life on Earth than anything Creationism or Evolution can hope to rationally account for.

If you have an open mind and are inclined to question authority, this new eBook has been written for you. It has 350 pages, 230 photos and illustrations, and is 40,000 words long, which requires about 3 hours for an average reader to complete. Those 3 hours will change your worldview in ways you can’t imagine now, but which Lloyd Pye believes will be an experience you will want to share with any other open-minded people that you know.

Source & ebook download: lloydpye.com | Also: The Starchild Project | Anunnaki (Search)

Lloyd Pye on Red Ice Radio

Lloyd returns to Red Ice to talk about his e-book, Intervention Theory Essentials. He begins with the true origins of the universe, including a discussion about the “Intragalactic Terraformers,” then discusses prokaryotic bacteria, the creation of oxygen, stock species and the Cambrian Explosion. He says life was brought to Earth on a schedule rather than to have developed here…

Red Ice Radio

More: “Ancient Aliens” 2009 TV Series | “Ancient Aliens” 2010 TV Series

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One comment

  1. Great, Lloyd. Good sleuthing. Important information, about the origins of ‘life’ on Earth. Now, about the life force itself, as opposed to the forms…

    …the evidence for reincarnation, and multiple dimensions, and all that sort of area for discussion….. –

    but, I guess: First things first.

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