I dont understand this. Defensately most creation myths describe that the God(s) planted Life on Earth after "terraforming" the Globe.
The focus of my work has been on cross-confirming meanings of cosmological concepts, words, symbols, myths and ritual practices between cultures, and on tracing those meanings back through historical eras. At bottom, the tradition is demonstrably scientific, and rests on two archaic primary philosophies, both of which are expressly non-theistic (although they spawned theistic traditions). As a general characterization, in the mindset of these philosophies the processes of material creation are initiated by an act of perception that occurs in the context of a confluence of energies from two twin universes. At that level of understanding, the necessity to postulate a god rests on whether an initial act of outside perception was required to set things in motion. In the view of the archaic philosophies, it wasn't.
The implication is that the potential for life is inherent in the initiating structures, and the effect that initiates the material creative processes is inherent to physics.
The supporting rationale for all of this is written, but still a couple of books out from publication based on the planned sequence of volumes.