No, we are not a hybrid of Martians and primates. And Mars wasn't at one time habitable. In order for that to have even be possible, the sun would have to be cooling as it burns through its hydrogen - and it isn't. It's warming. In fact, in about 1.6 billion years, the sun's "habitable zone" will have surpassed the earth. Be sure to have your affairs in order...
So could Venus have been habitable? Possibly. But that answer is a long stretch away from suggesting that it was
inhabited, by humans
- so advanced that they were able to move to a new planet, only to forget that it ever happened. For numerous reasons, this isn't a very plausible scenario.
I understand you are upset that posts in this thread are off topic and don't like your ideas being called bullshit. The best way to ensure your thread stays off topic is to complain about it. That's just the way it goes. And although from your vantage point you're just asking questions, your understanding of physics, the solar-system and the universe are so grossly erroneous, it just isn't an insult to call bullshit here. Sorry