Humans with ostrich toes – did they descend from aliens?
The more we advance in time and information age, we are blessed day by day with hidden truths about our world and how it has related to other parts of the universe.
The mysteries of the world we live in are often in plain sight. And most times, humans tend to overlook them, as they chase other trends and social conditioning.
Various stories of creation and human beings all over Africa form a historic, spiritual, and social framework of our race when pieced together. But how do we piece these stories together when urbanization has taken too much into our core and stolen away from the minds of our people.
They are the only ancient African ethnic nationalities in the world who have a rare and unique type of toes. They should be a special breed of people in the world and Africans should pay them regular visits to understand their story.
They are the Bantwana people who dwell in the Northern region of Zimbabwe, in the Urungwe and Sipolilo districts which are situated in the valley of the Zambezi River.
The Zambezi River remains one of the many feelings of pride in Africa and is the fourth-longest river in Africa, preceded by River Niger, River Congo, and the River Nile, in no particular order.
Till today, the people of Vadoma tell stories of their ancestors and how they intermarried with their remote ancestors from the Sirius star system. They said their alien ancestors had features of birds and that the intermarriage with their women caused a mutation/enhancement of their DNA, which resulted in the two toes of their people.
The elders of Vadoma say that ancient ancestors established a dwelling on the human solar system which they called Liitolafisi. It is a similar story told by the Dogon people of Mali, about the aliens who came to live among them thousands of years ago from the Sirius star system.
The two-toed or “Ostrich-toe” nature of the Vadoma people makes it impossible for them to wear any shoes, so they always walk bare-footed. Tough! Their toes make running and walking difficult for them. However, the good attribute about it is that it enables climbing of trees very easy.
They are known for farming and hunting, as they are among some of the first hunter-gatherer ethnic nationalities in the world.
When viewed from the eyes of modern scientists and medicine, the two-toe condition of the Vadoma people is termed “ectrodactyly” which means an autosomal dominant condition caused by a primary mutation on chromosome No.7.
Till date, there are laws in the community that prohibits intermarriage with those with this condition. But those who are descendants of the mixture of human and alien parents have continued to marry and grow their population.
Also, there are other tribes with this condition who we believe are close or distant relatives of Vadoma people. They are the Eastern Shona Kalanga people of the Kalahari Desert.