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Exogenesis: the hypothesis that life originated elsewhere in the universe and was spread to Earth.

Exogenesis: Hybrid Humans offers a deep dive into the strongest ever scientific evidence that supports the popular belief that Earth has been visited in prehistory, but goes even further, concluding that there is also compelling evidence of alien involvement with the human genome. The broader history of possible extraterrestrial contact is explored alongside a look at current events in the subject of alien disclosure with the result of highlighting evidence of a contact continuum that has continued since the dawn of humanity. The data brought together suggests that the next stage in human evolution may involve the manifestation of full open contact with the visitors in our lifetimes.

Exogenesis: Hybrid Humans explores:

  • An ancient sacred Aboriginal artifact
  • Wreckage from a huge colony ship gets identified along with associated NASA studies concluding it is a material found in only one place on Earth
  • Genetic engineering of Homo sapiens from an early hominin species is confirmed with a lengthy list of DNA anomalies only explainable by humans being an alien "hybrid" creation
  • And more
©2020 Bruce R. Fenton and Daniella Fenton; foreword copyright 2020 by Erich von Däniken (P)2020 Tantor

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Struggled to take to narrator

Great content, very interesting and thought provoking. But the Narrator was awful. Very robotic and monotone. Really did affect my enjoyment of this book.

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The author moulds the wild claims with scientific evidence. Great thought provoking read. Even saying out loud sounds crazy but I'm starting to believe.

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Potentially paradigm changing information

The argument presented in this audiobook for our exogenesis is truly fascinating. The authors' logic is easy to follow which makes their conclusions all the more eye-opening. It is absolutely shocking that more research hasn't been done into the various events and pieces of evidence outlined within this book. After listening to this book it is evident that we should, at the very least, investigate the testable pieces of evidence outlined within.

The authors' writing style is a pleasure to listen to. It is appropriately clear, humorous, and serious where it needs to be.

The narrator was a bit slow, for me, but was perfect at 1.25-1.5x the speed.

Overall, I think that regardless of if you believe the authors' hypotheses, the reasoning outlined within this book is more than enough to raise one's eyebrows and make one wonder what the incredible truth may be. Beyond a journey, this may be our history.

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Mind blowing implications ,well written and argued

You can’t say this book doesn’t cover a lot of ground but it’s worth the journey. One of Bruce Fentons strengths is that he knows a lot across a lot of fields and so can really join the dots in a way that modern scientists often don’t. This book is a great example of this
The first bit try’s to quickly review the evidence for the reality of alien contact with us past and present which it does a very good job of. (This has been made a lot easier in the public’s psyche because of the recent us navy release of UFO footage). Anyway it goes enough to show there are good grounds to believe in the reality of this at some level which sets up the next part.
Here the author relates the fascinating yet on the face of it unbelievable story that 780,000 years ago an alien colony ship was deliberately destroyed by the resident aliens who objected to colonisation , 5 years later Earth was hit by multiple directed asteroids in retribution and finally the survivors of the colony ship modified primaries mans DNA to make them suitable for the aliens to transfer their consciousness into. This sequence of events therefore had profound consequences for humanity.
I must say it was an interesting story in itself and interns of way it was revealed but I was very sceptical.
However the second half of this book then goes into some pretty solid forensic proof that backs up the sequence of events in that time period. I won’t go into them all but the absolute mind blower is the evidence that Human DNA has definitely been altered and improved. If accurately reported this is so profound it stopped me in my tracks.
So whatever you think and whatever you choose to believe this book offers strong proof in black and white that we did not evolve but were designed. The scientists who know choose to ignore it. The question is that because it’s so enormous a truth
Will you?
I definitely recommend this to anyone with an open mind.

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Good book.

Generally an enjoyable listen. I am a fan of the work of Bruce and Daniella and found the book very interesting and compelling. As someone who makes an effort to listen got the authors various interviews and podcasts it was great to have all the ideas and theories properly filled out and explained.

They explore a great mixture of personal experiences and revelations, compelling evidence and exciting but informed speculation.


I thought the narration let the experience down quite significantly though. He sound very much like a text to speech app at points and there are quite a few pronunciations that are frankly jarring. While I understand the need have a serious narrator for book discussing this sort topic, I felt the lack of emotion really detracted from what is actually a very personal compelling story of discovery.

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  • 06-07-20

Connecting the dots...

This audiobook book covers many topics. Genetics, evolutionary biology, archeology, telepathy, and more. Stringing together each subject to form a clear picture about what happened 780,000 years ago. There could be an entire book written on every chapter. Only small critique is the narrator has a slow cadence and I had to speed him up.

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  • John
  • 24-06-20

The book's content is terrific!

Other than a boring narrator, the book's content is super interesting. Covers a lot of great, well researched content.

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  • Jon H.
  • 19-06-20

A stellar book for anyone with unabashed curiosity and wonder.

A challenging topic very well presented.

We as readers are faced with a VERY difficult challenge to subscribe to their Hypothesis.

For many it will be at times painful.

However, if you have that same driving passion for knowledge that many of us do? You will NOT be disappointed.

This book will take you step by step through their discovery process.

You will find yourself believing in things that you don’t believe in now.

Agree or Disagree its a wildly fun ride.

And while I can’t say I support all of his data points, I think his overall hypothesis is very good and should be tested heavily by the academic community.

They are on to something big. Welcome aboard.

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  • 13-06-20

Kingdom of Nye

I bought this book immediately following an appearance, by the author, on one of my favorite radio shows. It's a must read for Ancient Astronaut enthusiasts and all others, who just wanna take a ride!

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  • Roger Harris
  • 05-01-21

Poor narration

Bruce Mann habitually follows a routine in fluctuation that from the onset is very hard to stay with. It’s so bad that it distracts from the books content. This book desperately needs a new narrator. The content of the book is good however. Too bad they actually paid this braggart to destroy it.

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  • George
  • 07-06-20

Fascinating

This is a well researched, well reasoned and engaging work. I just finished my 2nd reading of the Audible and am going to buy a hard copy for my library.

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  • Paul Tracy
  • 02-03-22

Narrater Bruce Mann ruined it !

His voice sounded robotic, and annoying. His delivery on the reading of the book sounded as if he was a Robot on a roller coaster. I also thought he sounded or even was mimicking Steven Hawking. It took me several days to get thought listen to this book. When normally I listen to a entire book in one day. I hope by reading the book myself that I'll better understand the story as the two authors intend the readers should.

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  • Jacob E Kristophel
  • 25-01-22

good information

I really like the information in this book. the only thing I didn't like was the narrator sounds a bit too much like a robot.

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  • Cathryn Buse
  • 18-09-21

The truth intelligently presented

It is imperative to our survival for mankind to open his and her minds to what is being presented here. I believe it will be revealed whether we accept it or not in due time

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  • Ezekiel
  • 12-09-21

Well beyond my expectations

Very rarely do you come across a book that ties together complex subject matter in an entertaining manner. The Fenton's did a remarkable job of presenting a balanced set of evidence and hypotheses. Narration was a little lacking but the story had me immediately so it wasn't a show stopper. Approach with an open mind but either way, there is ample evidence to support the thesis the Fenton's lay out. Highly recommend. One of the few books I will listen to multiple times.