Shocking DNA Results show that the Starchild Skull is Alien

The Starchild Skull is a 900-year-old human-like bone skull with distinctly non-human characteristics. It was unearthed in a mine tunnel near Mexico’s Copper Canyon around 1930. The Starchild Project is an informal research group that has coordinated numerous scientific investigations since its founding in February of 1999.

Early in 2011, a geneticist attempting to recover Starchild Skull DNA identified four fragments that matched with human mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA). Comparing those fragments with matching fragments from human mtDNA produced an astonishing result. In every comparison, the Starchild presented many more nucleotide differences than are normally found among humans. In one comparison detailed in this report, the compared segments of human mtDNA came from one of its most highly conserved regions. Across 167 nucleotides in this segment, only 1 single variation is found among the 33 human haplogroups. In contrast, the same length of Starchild mtDNA has 17 differences! Of those 17, a significant number should be confirmed by multiple repetitions of the test. If several are confirmed (which is highly likely), it will be enough evidence to establish a new earthly species. [In 2010 just such a new prehuman species, Denisova, was confirmed by having a significant number of differences in its mtDNA.

The results uncovered by the research team and presented the scientific community with a genetic and physical profile never before seen on Earth.

A classic depiction of a Grey (left) and an artist’ depiction of how the Starchild Skull would have looked in life (right).

Now new DNA findings indicate that the Starchild Skull may well be “alien”! Now all that remains is to determine whether alien means  “foreign to normal human genetics within the framework of that subject as it is currently understood,” or “definitely not from planet Earth”…. or something in between.

Read here: Starchild Skull DNA Analysis Report 

Read here: A Layman’s Explanation of DNA proof that Starchild Skull is Alien 

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12 responses to “Shocking DNA Results show that the Starchild Skull is Alien

  1. Keeping tabs.


  2. OMG, I’m so glad this was posted.

    Back when I still doubted the existence of ETs and was doing the research to find my own answer, I came across the Starchild Skull’s website, made by Lloyd Pye. When I did, it was the smoking gun proof I needed to convince me to alien life on Earth, and the rest is history.

    I honestly believe that the Starchild is a genetic hybrid. As I biology major, I used the National Institute of Health’s genetic database in my genetic classes. I am quite familiar with it and the claims it makes about base pair sequences blows my mind. The relatively major difference in mtDNA is HUGE because mtDNA is so conserved in humans.

    I could go on forever, but if anyone has any questions about this, I’ll be happy to help clarify things.

    Aliens exists, and all Lloyd Pye needs is 7 million to prove it! He’s looking for a donor, because he needs to sequence the entire genome to have smoking gun proof that the Starchild Skull is extraterrestrial in origin and doing this is very expensive with our current technology.

    Also read Pye’s “Everything You Know Is Wrong.” I think it’s brilliant!


  3. john l sullivan

    7 Million what? Dollars? So you are telling us, that for him to prove this skull is an Human/Alien hybrid, he needs 7 million dollars? It costs 7 million dollars everytime a scientist sequences an entire genome? I want to believe this story, I really REALLY do, so I am hoping that this Lloyd Pye is not on a get rich quick scheme. The biggest problem with people claiming that they may have absolute proof of Alien life, as long as they have the money to prove it, is becoming all too regular.
    This story appears to have great credibility, but there have been some wonderful scam artists in the past. Lets hope, this guy is not one of them


  4. Hmm… well that might be a bit much, but it is in the millions. The technology he needs to use is frontier technology, so it’s expensive just to do a fragment of the genome. He also wants to run the sequencing multiple times to ensure that the results are consistent. In his eyes, extraordinary claims need extraordinary evidence. I also think part of the money is to create a documentary to change the world…

    I REALLY don’t think he is a scam artist. His website has been up for a while and he’s spent decades and spent his career trying to find an answer to the skull. He even wrote books on the subject.

    I think he’s legit. 100% legit.


  5. Unfortunately it is my personal belief that the same powers that do Not allow us information on alien visitations crashes contacts etc, will Not allow this investigation to show fruition. It will be sabotaged, staged, debunked or what ever.
    The man will get his money, do his work, and some where in there the data will be switched or corrupted so that the truth cannot be confirmed.


  6. Unofrtunately, I am worried about that happening Vara. I hope that Pye has taken some precautions. It could certainly be sabotaged or something. However, if they DID sequence the entire genome, there would be no way to debunk it, considering it was different enough from the human genome. Genes are the mathematics of biology. You can’t fool them.

    I’m trying to be optimistic in thinking that the “powers that be” won’t interfere. Let’s hope.


  7. I think it is older then 900 years. I am reminded of a Biblical account in Genesis that refers to a race of beings known as the Nephilim. They were told to leave the Earth before the flood. It is a worthy theory since they were described as being different then human and also the fact that they were said to have mingled with the human race. They were advanced which would explain pyramid technology and now genetics 900 years or more before genetics was even known.


  8. I’m sorry but I must disagree. They have done carbon dating and are fairly certain that is within a century of 900 years old. The high accuracy comes from the relatively good condition of the skull, which was found in a cave. This helped it escape erosion and decay. The Nephilim are part of the ET race that created humanity, but they were on Earth way before this skull. They are most likely the demi-gods of old and perhaps the Annunaki, but they were on Earth 3rd or 4th millenium BC, if not earlier.

    The Starchild Skull refers to star beings, a “myth” of many of the Native American tribes. According to the myth, a being from the stars would come down and allow barren women to have a baby. This baby was “special,” but the tribe was told to treat the child like any other. Once the child reached a certain age, it would be reclaimed to join the star beings. I believe this skull is one of those children that died prematurely. With the Starchild Skull, a human female skull was sound next to it. Perhaps this was the mother/caretaker?

    While I believe both Nephilim and Star Beings are the same group of ETs, they happened at different times in history.


  9. No I know they were older (the Nephilim) I was more wondering if the skull was misdated. If it could have come from that era. Thank you for assuring me.


  10. Oh, my bad.

    They have done Carbon-14 dating, which is very accurate in estimating the age of various things, including skulls. Both the Starchild skull and the Human skull tested to be 900 years old within a 40 year accuracy. Please feel free to check out their “official” page

    This is not a direct link: starchildproject . com/dating.htm



  11. >Nate: According to Pye, the female adult skull mtDNA tests showed her to be in haplogroup A, while the Starchild Skull mtDNA testing put it in haplogroup C… I speculate that the adult female may have been a nursing surrogate, or a tribal caregiver during the child’s terminal illness.

    ~ Randy ~


  12. Lady Constance

    The “Star child” skull clearly suffered from Teacher Collins disease. Not an Alive., you Goff balls!