Wednesday, December 12, 2012

December 12th 2012 at 12:12am or 12 Slices of Pye

We give our 12-12-12 at 12:12 post to another once-in-a-century event: Lloyd Pye
Bigfoot Lunch Club leaves no opportunity, well, unopportuned. First, we make up words like unopportuned. Second, we listen to the clockwork cosmos presented to us through the somewhat arbitrary Gregorian calendar. That's right, we wont celebrate this for another 100 years--this is the official 12-12-12 at 12:12 post!

How best to celebrate the synchronicity of  12-12-12 at 12:12? Lloyd Pye's 12-part YouTube series, "Everything You Know is Wrong: Human Origins." 

This is your opportunity to get the greater perspective of Lloyd Pye's version of Bigfoot. Did Bigfoot emerge naturally through evolution or was Bigfoot a byproduct of genetic engineering by alien forces.

In his own promotional words:
Everything You Know Is Wrong (EYKIW) is the product of years of research into human origins, spanning everything from the oldest known recorded histories of the world to modern genetic discoveries. In it, Lloyd Pye postulates his alternative view of human evolution, now called "Intervention Theory."

This new theory stands separate from Creationism, Evolution, and Intelligent Design, and explains many of the conundrums left unanswered by those other theories. The book contains endlessly fascinating insights into just how much of what we think we know is wrong, from the very beginnings of life, to the highly inaccurate map we all accept as Earth's surface, to the evolutionary impossibility of the Cambrian Explosion, and the likelihood that Miocene Apes walk among us today. This book provides any reader with a profoundly altered world view.
In honor of the all hominoids out there. This 12-part special is brought to you on 12-12-12 day at 12:12am conveniently pieced together as a single playlist.

2 comments:

  1. Nice. It was Pye that got me into bigfoot. He made me question everything after reading his book "Everything you know are wrong". I had a hunch way back in college that maybe some of these stuff are outdated but couldn't really figure out how to prove these till about 5 years later when the internet was mature enough for every body to be using it for everything.

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  2. i stll think his starchild skull is just a native american child with hydrocephalus. The anomalies he speaks of in the dna are scant, and mean nothing.It's earth origin for sure.

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