Kerner's ideas in 'The Song of the Greys' and 'Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls' are proving to be ahead of their time in a remarkable way. Some of his ideas that might have seemed strange or even bizarre at the time of writing are now confirmed at the cutting edge of scientific thought. The originality of his thinking and intuition mark his books out as a must read from the point of view of interesting new radical ideas alone. Kerner leads from the premise that we as a species are not a product of Darwinian evolution. Quite the converse, we are a result of devolution from more advanced states of being in the past. This is perhaps the most sensational existential view to emerge within the past two decades. Click on the links below to read a selection of confirmations of the ideas expounded in 'The Song of the Greys' and 'Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls'. They make very interesting reading. Watch this space!

Image of a section of moroidA TWISTED RING IN THE GALACTIC CENTRE

Source: Universe Today 20th July 2011

In Nigel Kerner's first book 'The Song of the Greys' published in 1998 he described the mobius toroidal shape that he believes to be the fabric of space-time.





Source: Physics & Chemistry 20th April 2011

In 1998 in his book 'The Song of the Greys' Nigel Kerner put forward the proposition that the origins of our three dimensional physical universe lay in lesser dimensions from point (zero-dimensions) to line (one dimension) to plane (two dimensions) to a twisted toroidal three dimensional state that he called the 'moroid'. Remarkably in 2010, twelve years later, American physicists came to exactly the same conclusion that this is indeed how the universe must have emerged and expressed their opinion that if this was indeed the case it would explain all the conundrums and contradictions that remain unresolved in modern physics.





Source: Yahoo News 9th Jan 2011

Nigel Kerner's research has led him to the conclusion that mitochondrial DNA may well be programmable by influences external to the living organism. Mitochondria is believed to be a descendant of bacteria. Scientists in Hong Kong have discovered the enormous potential of bacteria to work as a hard drive to record huge amounts of data in a form that is not hackable.




Image of Cyber MothSIM Card Man Even Closer

Source: New Scientist 3rd November 2010

By tapping into the mind of a sex-mad moth or the spine of a lamprey, robots can track scents or walk like a living organism.




Image of a finger tip with a tiny computer chip resting on itSIM Card Man on the Horizon

Source: BBC News 27th May 2010

The implantation of chips in the human body is gaining acceptance, be it for the enhancement of intelligence or memory or as ‘a type of medical alert bracelet implanted in the hand or wrist so that “if you're found unconscious you can be scanned and your medical history brought up." Our progress towards what Nigel Kerner calls ‘Sim Card Man,’ is accelerating. This progress was first discussed in his book ‘The Song of the Greys’ (1998).




Image of Artificial CellLiving Cells now made from Synthetic DNA

Source: BBC News 20th May 2010

In 'Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls' Nigel Kerner has suggested that the Greys are:

"Some sort of amalgam that operates on the interface of life, a life mechanism. I have seen secret American and Russian reports on the physical make-up of Greys taken out of crashed craft, which show them to be assembled out of some kind of biological tissue or mulch, interspersed in an amalgam of mercury and the finest gold wires. This mulch has a DNA-like attribute, one that can hold and modulate our own DNA. Added to this mulch is a compound information-gathering paradigm, a mechanism that may be described as a three-dimensional computer matrix that can provide artificial intelligence."

Scientists in the US have just succeeded in developing the first living cell to be controlled entirely by synthetic DNA:




Image of a section of moroidDreadlocks in Space

Source: New Scientist 12th August 2008

Nigel Kerner's then revolutionary hypothosis that matter is simply frozen and twisted space was put forward nine years ago in 'The Song of the Greys'. Science has only just caught up with his ideas.




Image of a page of parchment from the Gospel of Judas'The Gospel of Judas' was Judas an abductee?

Source: The Gospel of Judas

"Lift up your eyes and look at the cloud and the light within it and the stars surrounding it. The star that leads the way is your star. Judas lifted up his eyes and saw the luminous cloud, and he entered it."




Image of a section of moroidAtom Noodle Soup

Source: New Scientist 15th March 2007

Zeeya Merali reports in the 'New Scientist' 15th March 2007 that Xiao-Gang Wen at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Michael Levin at Harvard University "have come up with a prediction for a new state of matter, and even a tantalising picture of the nature of space-time itself."




Image of a volcanic springChemical Soup off the Menu

Source: The Royal Society press release 13th February 2006

The latest findings of experiments to re-create the conditions under which life could emerge from chemical reactions suggest that volcanic springs and marine hydrothermal events are unlikely to have provided the right environment, a leading researcher from the United States told an international meeting on the 14th February 2006 at the Royal Society, the UK national academy of science.




Image of Egyptian god BesDid Grey Aliens and their Hybrids Live Amongst the Ancient Egyptians?

Source: American Journal of Medical Genetics 27th December 2005

According to biological and artistic evidence found from Ancient Egypt, ancient Egyptians had a great respect for dwarfs. Ancient Egyptians worshipped dwarf gods, and many dwarfs held positions of authority in households The depiction of dwarfs as shown in records available from ancient Egypt, the numerous figurines and amulets that were formed in their shape, as well as text from papyri invoking their magical powers leads the author of the article to conclude that "the image of short people in ancient Egypt is essentially positive."

Could the depictions of 'dwarfs' in ancient Egyptian art with'magical powers' actually be depictions of Greys and/or alien-human hybrids, with the ability to manipulate matter through superior technology?




Image section from Genomic distribution of CNVRThe 'Mark' of Cain

Source: New Scientist 22nd January 2005

Researchers at deCODE Genetics in Reykjavik, Iceland, have been searching for places in the human genome where chunks of DNA containing many genes get turned back-to-front. One of these inversions, on chromosome 17, caught their eye because it turns up in about 20 per cent of Europeans, yet is rare in Africans and almost absent in Asians. Karl Stefansson the chief executive of decode Genetics who have researched this genetic inversion, speculates that it may well be the result of human interbreeding with another species of early human about 50,000 years ago. Strangely enough this would coincide with the arrival of Cro-Magnon man on the European scene. Could this genetic inversion be the genetic marker for alien sponsored Cro-Magnon descent as it is described in 'The Song of the Greys'?




Image section of a Dipole AxisAxis of Evil

Source: New Scientist 22nd January 2005

Measurements of the 'cosmic microwave background' which is widely seen as an 'echo', if you like, of the big bang have demonstrated a fascinating pattern.




Image of a section of moroidDoughnuts and Pringles (the shape of the universal space)

Source: Astronomy and Astrophysics

Recent evidence (Astronomy and Astrophysics, vol 321, p 19 and Modern Physics Letters A, vol 20, p 813) confirms that Nigel Kerner may indeed be correct in his postulation about the shape of space.




Image section of a Neanderthal ManNeanderthals Might Have Been Our Ancestors After All

Source: New Scientist 22nd May 2004

In 'The Song of the Grey's' Nigel Kerner claims that modern Homo sapiens sapiens is descended, in part, from Homo neanderthalensis (commonly referred to as 'Neanderthal man'). This is ostensibly a highly controversial claim as the first examination of the mitochondrial DNA of Neanderthal fossils seemed to indicate that we are wholly unrelated to Neanderthal man. However, Nigel Kerner suggests that these results, portrayed in the media as almost certain proof that Neanderthal DNA does not contribute to the human genome, are by no means conclusive.