Melanesian tribe has DNA genes from unknown species – they are the lost children of Anυnnaki
An impressive study was conducted on October 20th by the American Society for Human Genetics as they apparently found evidence that Melanesian people have traces of alien DNA inside their bodies.
Ryan Bohlender, the leader of this new study, has actually come to claim that this species is not part of Neanderthals or Denisovans after all, and that it may actually have something to do with the Anυnnaki after all.
Denisovans, in case you didn’t know, are our distant cousins who apparently broke away from our own family tree to the point where they evolved on their own. They quickly became extinct because they lacked the necessary tools to survive.
This recent discovery is definitely baffling, to say the least.
Ryan believes this may have been a direct result of the Anυnnaki arriving on our planet around 432,000 BC, and how they engaged in sexual acts with our own ancestors at the time.
We know from the ancient Sumerian tablet that these Anυnnaki created us, but apparently they did something different with these Melanesians.
Eske Willerslev of the Natural History Museum in Denmark examined over 83 DNA samples and from 25 of those from Papua New Guinea this strange new genome was discovered.
It’s very similar to that of the Denisovans, but at the same time, it’s too different to be part of our Neanderthal roots.