There is a Korean-born lecturer Yang-he Chi at the East Institute at Oxford University. He firmly believes that aliens not only visit the Earth often, but continue to abduct people. As a result, he claims that humanity will die due to climate change, and only alien hybrids will survive.
Dr. Chi expressed his ideas in a new book, Visits to Aliens and the End of Humanity. Students say that the lecturer does not hesitate to talk about their beliefs. At one of the lectures, Chi said:
“Most likely, they find our DNA valuable for storing information. They use humanity to merge so that future hybrid descendants survive in new climatic conditions. Some abductees report that these hybrids are endowed with a high intellectual level. ”
Lecturer at Oxford University believes aliens abduct people
Dr. Chi says that there are 4 major alien species, each of which has different characteristics. Among the features of the exterior, he highlights the presence of scales and snake eyes, small and tall. There is a species that is similar to insects, and Chi believes that this is the ruling alien species. Dr. Chi is sure that there is no altruism in the aliens:
“They do not come for us, but for themselves. They want to survive on our planet. But our survival depends on merging with them. Every day I find more and more proofs of my theory ”.
In 2012, the lecturer spoke at the annual conference, where people who were abducted by aliens (as they say) could reach the lecturer and share their story. Dr. Chi believes that human civilization may be coming to an end. He also develops the colonization theory proposed by David Jacobs.
“The main purpose of abductions is to create hybrids of aliens and humans. But the most important goal is the implementation of a project to colonize hybrids of our planet. This is a whole wave of mating, where aliens merge with humans, creating a second wave of hybrids, and then re-merging until they bring out the best version of the future hybrid. ”
Dr. Chi has supporters, but not so many to be serious about the hypothesis. But the lecturer is not confused. He continues to search for evidence and share his thoughts at various conferences and meetings.