Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) associated carbon, silicon, sulfur, and methane with …
He also associated carbon, silicon, sulfur, and methane with …
So which is it?
“The sons of God knew the daughters of man.”
The Osage “Children of the Middle Waters” in North America have a cosmology remarkably similar to Adano’s version …
The “Sky Lodge” sent the “People of the Waters,” followed by the “People of the Land,” and finally the “People of the Sky,” to “Mother Earth” to protect the Earth and rehabilitate and interbreed with the “Isolated Earth People.”
This is basically Adano’s silicon-, sulfur-, and methane-based beings (“sons of God”) arriving on Earth to interbreed with carbon-based beings (“daughters of man”).
The bloodlines of Europe and England may have interbred their royal families down through the centuries to preserve the extraterrestrial “Aryan stock,” the derivation of the word “aristocracy.”
America’s Osage people, on the other hand, had a keener understanding of genetics, deliberately expanding their interbreeding so their “blood would not run thin and weaken their medicine.”
They especially enjoyed interbreeding with French explorers, admired for their joie de vivre.
The giant Osages married for health and longevity, and almost all of their warriors were robust and towered well above six feet tall.
Frank Ryan (Virolution, 2009) wrote …
“The subject of her [Lynn Margulis] keynote speech was the origin of the first nucleated life forms during the Proterozoic aeon, more than two billion years ago, during the early evolution of the biosphere, a time when there was no oxygen in the atmosphere. Here, according to Margulis’s serial endosymbiosis theory, or ‘SET’, the first nucleated cells evolved from the fusion of two bacteria-like cells, one possibly a fast-swimming sulphur-loving bacterium coiled like a corkscrew – a spirochaete rather like the bacterium that causes syphilis today – and the other an archaebacterium, which some would call an Archea, similar to the organisms that live in the hot springs of Yellowstone Park today. This fed, in a metabolic symbiosis, off the hydrogen sulphide produced by the spirochaete. In time the fusion of these two organisms led to the first unicellular nucleated life forms.
“Later, with the evolution of the first blue-green cyanobacteria, around the shorelines – the forerunners of the chloroplasts in today’s algae and plants – we had a life form that could capture the energy of sunlight and produce oxygen as a by-product. In time, this would change the atmosphere to what we know on Earth today. Then, more than a billion years ago, an oxygen-breathing bacterium, the precursor of mitochondria, joined the growing holobiontic union to give rise to life as we see it today, the animals and plants, fungi and some of the protists.”
Many archaebacteria are methanogens and anaerobic methane oxidizers: their metabolic byproduct is methane.
The precursor of mitochondria’s closest relative is Rickettsia prowazeki, which causes typhus.