WERE YOUR ANCESTORS BEAMED DOWN BY ALIENS?
There is new evidence that just may help Genealogists, worldwide, solve this particular Brick Wall in their research.
Scientists at The National Academy for the Study of UFO's have recently confirmed the existence of the "UFO chromosome."
While most genealogists are aware of the x chromosome, passed from one female generation to the next, and the y chromosome, from which it is possible to determine descent in an uninterrupted male lineage from a common ancestor, the "UFO chromosome" had previously been only speculation.
Working with DNA recovered from the aliens of the Roswell, New Mexico crash, the scientists have discovered the "UFO chromosome" is also present in some humans.
This discovery confirms that aliens have been breeding with humans for centuries, and
beaming their progeny back to earth.
For the "low" price of $10,000, they will test your DNA to see if you possess the "UFO chromosome."
While the test will not tell WHICH ancestor had the "UFO chromosome," there are several ways to identify that ancestor.
For those ancestors to conceal their identity:
1. They moved every few years, never spending long at one location.
2. They were the only person of that surname in the county.
3. The county clerk who was also an alien, assured that your ancestor's marriage bond would "accidentally" be lost, their deeds set aside and never recorded, and their entire probate file would turn up "missing" even though indexes say it once existed.
4. The census taker would either not list them, OR he would list them twice, with sleight differences, causing quarrels among descendants whether they are the same person or not.
5. The family Bible was sent "west" with the youngest unmarried daughter, where she married a "Mr. Smith."
6. The family cemetery was sold to outsiders, who used the headstones to make a sidewalk.
7. The church they joined did not believe in recording vital statistics.
8. They started rumors of how they were related to someone famous, causing descendants to search the wrong family.
9. They started rumors of how they were born in England, arrived in Virginia with two brothers (one of whom was born in France, the other in Sweden). To conceal their identity, one brother moved to Georgia, the other to Maine, while they remained in Virginia.
10. And, when all else failed and they were about to be discovered, the county courthouse would "accidentally" burn.
If you can prove your ancestor was beamed down by aliens, Halbert's of Bath,Ohio has recently prepared a family history of the Alien family, complete with the Alien coat of arms, which you will be proud to display over your fireplace.
All available evidence indicates that this story was apparently first made public, in 2000, by a Fredric Z. Saunders, and began making the rounds of Genealogy Message Boards soon thereafter, especially by the spring of 2001, still popping up occasionally even today.
The great mystery is why the Mainstream Media did not pick up the story, and run with it, and why Hollywood, considering the popularity of certain Sci-Fi films as far back as the 1950's, didn't secure the rights to make a film related to the subject.
It's a given that Government Agencies would stay mum on the subject of this report, of course. ;-D
Just in case you haven't figured it out it...yet, this story is my way of spreading the word about being aware of Genealogy Scams on the Internet (And clue you in on some really cool websites for Family Roots Digger-Uppers, too!).
Happy hunting! ;-D