Lloyd Pye
Source: http://www.lloydpye.com/Biography.html

Born in 1946, Lloyd Pye is a native of Amite, Louisiana. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans, graduating in 1968 with a B.S. in Psychology. After graduation, he joined the U.S. Army to become a Military Intelligence (M.I.) agent. (Yes, he knows it's an oxymoron.)

For 20 years Lloyd wrote fiction and scripts while studying aspects of alternative knowledge. Especially intrigued by Hominoids—bigfoot, sasquatch, abominable snowman, yeti—he felt they were the Earth’s only indigenous bipedal primates, leaving fossilized skeletons anthropologists labeled “pre” humans rather than “advanced” Miocene apes. Lloyd felt nothing about them was human, “pre” or otherwise. From Australopithecines through Neanderthals, they were upright walking primates, with physiological traits of primates and none of humans.

Lloyd realized that if Hominoids were real, their ancestors were being passed off as “pre” humans and modern humans could not have evolved on Earth. But he had no idea where we DID come from or how we got here. Then, in 1990, he discovered the work of Zecharia Sitchin and found a “front end” to the research he’d been doing. He realized his own work provided a plausible “back end” to Mr. Sitchin’s controversial theories. He believed he could fuse the two bodies of work to produce a book that would establish a middle ground in evolutionary theory.

Mostly by word of mouth, “Everything You Know Is Wrong—Book One: Human Origins” has sold nearly 40,000 copies. On TV, Lloyd has been featured on The Learning Channel ("Mystery of the Skulls"); Animal Planet ("Animal X"); EXTRA (best UFO segment of the 1990’s); London’s "Richard and Judy Show" (British equivalent of Oprah Winfrey); four times on "Your Turn" with Kathy Fountain on Fox TV's Ch. 13 in Tampa, Florida; "Naturally N’Awlins" with Frank Davis on WWL-TV (CBS) in New Orleans; and WJTV in Jackson, Mississippi (also CBS). He has given over 200 lectures in the U.S. and around the world (Brazil, Egypt, Netherlands, England, Australia).

Lloyd is an articulate, consistently engaging guest on television, and on radio shows like Coast to Coast and Jeff Rense. From the beginning of this part of his career, his verbal skills combined with a natural gift for platform presentations to vault him from obscurity in late 1997 to being well-established in alternative knowledge circles by late 1998. That reputation brought him to the attention of a Texas couple that had recently acquired a normal human skull and one that looked as if it could fit inside the head of a prototype “Grey” alien. The couple asked Lloyd to take the unusual skull and have it scientifically evaluated.

Thinking he knew something about science and scientists, Lloyd estimated the testing could be completed in six months. And it might have been. However, he soon learned that scientists protect their paradigms with every bit of the ferocity displayed by religious zealots when supporting “divine” causes. It’s been over EIGHT YEARS since the Starchild skull was made public, yet final results of its testing cannot be initiated until 2009 or 2010. For those interested in what it’s taken to get to that point, please visit www.starchildproject.com and find two slide shows available as Flash downloads. Both give vivid photographic evidence to support the assumption that the Starchild may well have been a human-alien hybrid.

From: Lloyd
To: Us  (We are honored sir!)


I'm now an admirer of YOUR work! That's a terrific website you have there, and I'm extremely proud to be a part of it. Not just a part of it, a featured part. That means a lot to me. Everyone loves to know their work is appreciated.

I don't know if you're on my mailing list, but if not, you probably should be. You can sign up at www.starchildproject.com/newlist.htm. Also, the Starchild will be a part of, but not featured in, a new episode of "MonsterQuest" on the History Channel this coming Wednesday, a week from today.

The episode is called "Lizard Beast" because it focuses on the Flatwoods Monster, an alien sighting story from the early 1950s. I have no idea how we'll be treated in the show, but we always hope for the best and try to assume any kind of publicity is good publicity.

As for Chicago, I have never been there to speak. Been to much of the country, but never there. Maybe if I get on Oprah someday..... ;-)

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