Some of the most interesting truths are hidden in plain sight. Who would believe that Octopuses are super intelligent aliens that hitched a ride to our planet either via Mars or from the moon Europa (one of Jupiter’s moons). Or both. It sounds like some solid speculation on my behalf, and it is. Mainstream biology will tell us that these creatures evolved on our planet. Well, what if they are pulling a fast one, and the truth is far more interesting? It’s not uncommon to unpack a truth and hide it in plain sight (consider the use of media forms, television, movies, and books to show you where the powers that be want to take society, it is rife) for those who have the knowledge that the masses do not. In 2013, Ecuadorian Director Sebastian Cordero made a film called Europa Report whose plot is a privately funded mission to the fourth largest moon of Jupiter, Europa, to discover what lies in the ocean beneath its ice surface. Water was discovered beneath the ice on Europa in November 2011, and there has been speculation ever since that there could well be ‘life’ teaming in the oceanic depths on the moon.
So, a movie comes out two years later about a private mission (think of the Billionaires today who are lining up to get people onto near-Earth planets) to Jupiter’s watery satellite, and (spoiler alert) they find life on the moon, which is shown to us in the last minutes of the movie. The creature, responsible for eating the entire crew is an Octopus. Here’s where it gets interesting. On March 13, 2018, in the journal Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology, 33 scientists focused on the gene toolkit that Octopus has saying:
“In our view, is that the new genes are likely new extraterrestrial imports to Earth — most plausibly as an already coherent group of functioning genes within (say) cryopreserved and matrix protected fertilized Octopus eggs,”
They believed that the cryopreserved Octopus eggs travelled through space and landed on Earth millions of years ago and then hatched into life when they landed in our planet’s oceans. The theory of Panspermia was first proposed by Anaxagoras in the 5th Century BCE. The theory is that alien life forms traveled from space rocks and eventually went to Earth. Though ridiculed in 2018, with no proof of bacteria being collected from meteorites (that we are told about), and as Tech Times says in an article detailing the publication of the paper:
In fact, the octopus genes fit perfectly in the genetic makeup of life on Earth
We have evidence of this in 2022, when Live Science published an article on November 29th, which said that Octopuses may (not the use of the word here) have gone through the same evolutionary process as humans. The article says:
The process involved a sudden explosion of microRNAs (miRNAs) — small, noncoding molecules that control how genes are expressed. This increase may have helped the brains of octopuses and humans to develop new types of nerve cells, or neurons, which were stitched together into more complex neural networks.
How complex is their neural network? Well, consider that Octopuses have nine brains, one per tentacle, all connected to a central one. If this isn’t enough of a mind-bender, on the 23rd of April, 2023, Live Science published an article that showed:
Octopuses possess a brain wave that has never been seen before in animals, along with others similar to those found in humans, first-of-their-kind brain recordings reveal.
“Some of these activity patterns have some similarity to activity patterns observed in the mammalian hippocampus, also a memory center,” first-author Tamar Gutnick(opens in new tab), a visiting scientist at the University of Naples, told Live Science. “But we also observed unique patterns, 2Hz activity, that were never reported in other animals.”
There are so many anomalies around Octopuses that aren’t seen in any other creature on the planet. The mainstream idea that Octopuses and humans shared a common ancestor, a seafloor-trawling flatworm that lived around 750 million years ago is almost as bananas to me as much as the idea that Cephalopods (Octopus, Cuttlefish, and Squids) are not native to this planet. You choose what’s crazier! So, has there been any evidence to show that panspermia may have taken place? Could Cephalopods be aliens from other worlds? Forbes posted an article on August 26th, 2020 called What Is ‘Panspermia?’ New Evidence For The Wild Theory That Says We Could All Be Space Aliens? In which the author Jamie Carter wrote about the Tanpopo mission where:
The researchers from Tokyo University—in conjunction with Japanese national space agency JAXA—wanted to see if the bacteria deinococcus could survive in space, so had it placed in exposure panels on the outside of the International Space Station (ISS). It’s known as being resistant to radiation. Dried samples of different thicknesses were exposed to space environment for one, two, or three years and then tested to see if any survived.
They did, largely by a layer of dead bacteria protecting a colony beneath it. The researchers estimate that a colony of 1 mm of diameter could potentially survive up to 8 years in outer space conditions.
Well, that sinks the ‘theory’ of panspermia being simply a figment of the imagination of some deep thinker an epoch ago. We now have proof that it is possible. What about Lithopanspermia, where bacteria (or fertilised eggs?) are shielded by rock-typically an asteroid or comet (think ice) and travel between planets, around the solar system? Is it plausible that a meteorite strike on Europa may have sent a large chunk of water and ice into space, with cephalopod fertilised eggs in the water? Is it outside the realms of possibility? This ejection from the moon’s surface freezes in the vacuum of space, only to find its way into our atmosphere and then into our oceans. If you think this unlikely then consider the use of the wording by Nikolaus Rajewsky, a systems biologist at the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in Berlin, Germany, and the senior study author of a new study published Nov. 25th, 2022 in the journal Science Advances:
“If you want to find out about the intelligence, or the brains, of an alien, a good model for that is studying the octopus,”
Is that a giveaway or a throwaway comment. You choose. I already have.
https://www.livescience.com/microrna-helped-octopuses-get-smart-like-humans Live Science. The article is a mind blower
https://www.techtimes.com/articles/228012/20180517/new-theory-says-octopuses-are-actually-aliens-from-space.htm Could Octopuses have come from distant worlds? Moons of Jupiter? Europa?
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt2051879/ Europa Report the movie from 2013. Well worth the watch. Is there some kind of reveal there???
https://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/europa-report-2013 A review of the movie.
https://www.forbes.com/sites/jamiecartereurope/2020/08/26/what-is-panspermia-new-evidence-for-the-wild-theory-that-says-we-could-all-be-space-aliens/?sh=593365565438 What is panspermia? What is Lithospermia?
https://www.livescience.com/animals/scientists-discover-never-before-seen-brain-wave-after-reading-octopus-minds Octopuses are truly intelligent. I ways we cannot yet comprehend.