Interesting work and ideas you are presenting, but it seems it still assumes that evolution is driven by mutations in the DNA, whether it would be through random alterations as most biologists still would believe or as some kind of addition of extraterrestrial gene sequences as you are exploring. This is all assuming that DNA is the code of life and that our entire anatomy and morphology would go back. I think finally also academic biologists are starting to move away from this view for the simple reason that the sequencing of genomes are not consistent with its premises. In fact, all animals seem to have approximately the same number of genes, 20,000, whether we are studying humans or nematodes or to something in between and this obviously does not make sense. Rather than being a code of life this would imply that DNA only does what we know it to do, which is to code for cellular proteins. If DNA was some kind of total code of life we would expect that humans would have had a vastly higher number of genes than a nematode, which indeed is what most researchers expected before the human genome was sequenced. Rather than being the driving force behind evolution, it seems that evolution is driving DNA changes to create proteins that can help the organisms adapt to changes in anatomy and morphology.
So what drives biological evolution if DNA changes are only secondary? I believe it is the creation waves that the ancient Maya would refer to as Plumed Serpents (and many others ancient peoples called Cosmic Serpents or Dragons) and exist on nine different levels. The good thing about the Maya is that they have let us know the timing and periodicity of these waves and what is interesting to compare with your work is the 3rd Wave which develops the anatomy and morphology of the human beings from Homo habilis to Homo sapiens, and you can see that it is essentially at the fifth peak of the 4th Wave that the event you are focusing on took place.
The precise timing for this cosmic shift is 788,000 years ago and in an image from my recent book Quantum Science of Psychedelics I illustrate the overall evolution of Homo species. This point in time is very significant in the Mayan calendar system as the fifth peak was associated with Quetzalcoatl. (In other waves, this is a time for breakthroughs whether we are looking at the first cave paintings in the 5th Wave or the emergence of Christianity in the 6th Wave). Regardless of which Wave you are studying the fifth peak always means a breakthrough and it seems you have found an expression of this breakthrough on the level of DNA. Unfortunately, it does not seem possible to post images here but let me know if you are interested.
My interpretation is that the observed change in DNA comes because of the shift in the 4th Wave, which created a new and more advanced version of Homo erectus and this in turn mandated some change in its DNA for it to be able to adapt to its new morphology. Even if the ancient Maya would not look at this as a result of extraterrestrial beings, they clearly saw the origin of the creation waves as cosmic, as they identified new geometries emanating from a place they would call the Place of Creation (or Raised-up Sky Place), which they identified with the center of the World Tree (Wakah-Chan). Regardless, even if very few people still recognize Macrocosmic Quantum Theory, it is positive that we may begin to move away from the notion that life emerged from random mutations in isolation from the rest of the cosmos.
Carl Johan Calleman, Ph.D. of Physical Biology