Wednesday, 11 December 2013

Lloyd Pye is dead

Probably the people reading this don't know who Lloyd Pye was.

Lloyd Pye is a name that one day will rank equal with Darwn or Einstein, but yesterday, like so many of the greats, he died impoverished and in obscurity.

Come back in a hundred years and everyone will know his name.

Lloyd Pye


Anonymous said...

I've just had a quick look at his Wikipedia page and he appears to be somewhat eccentric, espousing bizarre theories:

'an American author and paranormal researcher[3] best known for his promotion of the Starchild skull, which he claimed was the relic of a human-alien hybrid, although DNA tests showed it to be from a human male. He also promoted the ideas that cryptozoological creatures such as Bigfoot were real[4] and that aliens intervened to create life on Earth.[5]'

Do you believe he's correct?

Nationalist said...

The Wikipedia page was subject to a vendetta against him and most of the significant material removed and the rest rewritten to make him appear wacky.

The genetic results of the so-called Starchild are misrepresented. The first assay was done by inexperienced people who contaminated the sample with their own DNA, thus it came out as human. New work seems to be done.

Pye's theories on Bigfoots are highly likely to be true. There is far too much anecdotal evidence for them not to be real.

His critique of evolution and his promotion of "intervention" as a half-way house between creationism and evolution seems highly plausible.

If you want the full scoop at no charge there are lots of videos where he presents his ideas on YouTube.

Anonymous said...

Lloyd Pye contributed the most important thing we need today simply the truth. Many are not ready to hear it but time will demand it. A courageous man with conviction!