It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.

Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.

Thank you.

 

Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.

 

New Genetic Study Suggests the Pharaohs of Egypt Were Alien Hybrids

page: 7
25
<< 4  5  6    8 >>

log in

join
share:

posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 01:28 AM
link   
a reply to: Entreri06

Did you learn to spell from the 'Homer Simpson' star system? Hmmm?




posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 01:33 AM
link   
a reply to: AdmireTheDistance

You realise that you have an eye in your head don't you dude?



posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 11:56 AM
link   

originally posted by: Iamnotadoctor
a reply to: Entreri06

Did you learn to spell from the 'Homer Simpson' star system? Hmmm?




Lmao!! What are you the spelling police?


The communication was sent and received. So I hope you feel superior for busting my vast conspiracy to change the spelling of a couple words! Your a true patriot!!



posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 02:16 PM
link   

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

It's always nice to see others research a claim themselves. Bravo.


I agree! Nice to see that on here from others, I thought!

Sheesh, and the idea is one I cold support, sort of, though I'd call it Nephilim and not alien. Shame, really.

Aww, and I was just starting to like you. Lol.


Why not that label instead of "alien"? Is it really any less likely? There would, technically speaking, be an extraterrestrial factor there, as the fallen ones aren't terrestrial beings. Think about that for a moment. Is there as much difference between the two as you think? Demons are even called "powers of the air". Spiritual/other dimensional - what's the difference? How many abduction encounters have the greys passing through walls? I have read such accounts.

As a side note, sort of, my younger son, when he was too young to be allowed to watch any sort of UFO program or scary demon-related stuff (kids scare easily, and we just didn't allow it), made a very interesting comment. He was watching me play Sims (2, in this case), and I was decorating the place of a geeky character all sci-fi, and stuck up a poster of a pretty typical alien head, among others. He looked at it, and said, without any comment from me, "That's looks like a demon." From the mouths of babes? He was 4-5 at the time.



posted on Jun, 7 2015 @ 02:30 PM
link   

originally posted by: Entreri06
Amazing work!!!



I did the same on an old story about an atheist group who sued some state because light poles looked like crosses.


Once I looked into it. The story claimed a group called the (been awhile might mess up a little) National Athiest association was the group filing suit. Well, there was no NAA, there was an American atheist association, AAA. But there was no atheist website or group google could find called the NAA.


The story also claimed the leader of the NAA was a john Goldstien. Well there was no NAA but the AAA's leader was John Silverstien.

Obviously the Christian conspiracy site had copied and twisted the actual organization to create a fake story to sell to there followers. Knowing that those types believe anything that backs up there personal flavor of Christianity.


Freaked the buddy who pointed out the story to me. Blew his mind! Made him doubt all the bs Ark on Ararat or giant nephilium type stories the spoon feed the sheep.


As a Christin, that sort of thing can really bug me. It's no different from all of the other crazy stories that get passed around, initially in email, and now more on social media, that people are willing to believe. Urban legend is a far stronger force than it was before the internet was such a big art of our lives. There are plenty of real cases around, that are outrageous, that people could rally around, without having to believe in made-up ones. I'd love to see people be more sensible, but it isn't going to happen! It isn't just Christians, either, who are fooled. When I Was working at the bank (office stuff), there was someone who would regularly print up and bring in whatever lame BS was going around online, to "warn" people about this or that issue. One I remember was a supposed case of AIDS-infected needles under gas pump handles, and not a single case could be found. Another was that flashing lights at someone with theirs off would initiate a gang shooting, so people were afraid to let another motorist know they forgot to turn them on. It's like the old "Satanic cult ritual abuse" stuff that was so believed, though no actual cases could be found. People are just gullible. My dad was less tactful, and said most we re really stupid. for a while, I though the was jaded. More and more, I see he wasn't really off the mark!

Which Ark and Nephilim stories do you mean? If you mean Ron Wyatt, I can understand the reaction. He claims a lot of things without any real proof. That guy claimed to have found not just Noah's Ark, but the Ark of the Covenant as well. I wish I was kidding. His group tells some great stories, if you can stand to go through the videos, but I'd as likely believe Indy got it and the government has it n a warehouse.
Large bones have been found, of course, and some odd ones, but that sort of thing gets blown up as well, and photo contest pics of movie-sized "giants" get treated as real. Sometimes, I wonder if someone doesn't toss out the ridiculous stuff deliberately, to fool people and discredit the actual finds.
edit on 7-6-2015 by LadyGreenEyes because: typo



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 01:24 AM
link   

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: Entreri06
Amazing work!!!



I did the same on an old story about an atheist group who sued some state because light poles looked like crosses.


Once I looked into it. The story claimed a group called the (been awhile might mess up a little) National Athiest association was the group filing suit. Well, there was no NAA, there was an American atheist association, AAA. But there was no atheist website or group google could find called the NAA.


The story also claimed the leader of the NAA was a john Goldstien. Well there was no NAA but the AAA's leader was John Silverstien.

Obviously the Christian conspiracy site had copied and twisted the actual organization to create a fake story to sell to there followers. Knowing that those types believe anything that backs up there personal flavor of Christianity.


Freaked the buddy who pointed out the story to me. Blew his mind! Made him doubt all the bs Ark on Ararat or giant nephilium type stories the spoon feed the sheep.


As a Christin, that sort of thing can really bug me. It's no different from all of the other crazy stories that get passed around, initially in email, and now more on social media, that people are willing to believe. Urban legend is a far stronger force than it was before the internet was such a big art of our lives. There are plenty of real cases around, that are outrageous, that people could rally around, without having to believe in made-up ones. I'd love to see people be more sensible, but it isn't going to happen! It isn't just Christians, either, who are fooled. When I Was working at the bank (office stuff), there was someone who would regularly print up and bring in whatever lame BS was going around online, to "warn" people about this or that issue. One I remember was a supposed case of AIDS-infected needles under gas pump handles, and not a single case could be found. Another was that flashing lights at someone with theirs off would initiate a gang shooting, so people were afraid to let another motorist know they forgot to turn them on. It's like the old "Satanic cult ritual abuse" stuff that was so believed, though no actual cases could be found. People are just gullible. My dad was less tactful, and said most we re really stupid. for a while, I though the was jaded. More and more, I see he wasn't really off the mark!

Which Ark and Nephilim stories do you mean? If you mean Ron Wyatt, I can understand the reaction. He claims a lot of things without any real proof. That guy claimed to have found not just Noah's Ark, but the Ark of the Covenant as well. I wish I was kidding. His group tells some great stories, if you can stand to go through the videos, but I'd as likely believe Indy got it and the government has it n a warehouse.
Large bones have been found, of course, and some odd ones, but that sort of thing gets blown up as well, and photo contest pics of movie-sized "giants" get treated as real. Sometimes, I wonder if someone doesn't toss out the ridiculous stuff deliberately, to fool people and discredit the actual finds.




I'm with you, it's not only Christians who fall for BS. It's just that they already have a framework for con men to exploit. A framework where "he works in mysterios ways" and there will be absolutely no proof until after death. Where either you will be tortured for all eternity or recieve paradise. So sadly it doesn't take a mentalist to con desperate and/or unintelligent people.



Everyone on ATS has fallen for some trash or the other. I have multiple times. Spent a solid month just knowing the divinci code stuff was real :p!!

None of that matters tho, I think it's healthy curiousity. It's the refusing to believe contrary evidence that makes people look stupid.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 01:24 AM
link   

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: Entreri06
Amazing work!!!



I did the same on an old story about an atheist group who sued some state because light poles looked like crosses.


Once I looked into it. The story claimed a group called the (been awhile might mess up a little) National Athiest association was the group filing suit. Well, there was no NAA, there was an American atheist association, AAA. But there was no atheist website or group google could find called the NAA.


The story also claimed the leader of the NAA was a john Goldstien. Well there was no NAA but the AAA's leader was John Silverstien.

Obviously the Christian conspiracy site had copied and twisted the actual organization to create a fake story to sell to there followers. Knowing that those types believe anything that backs up there personal flavor of Christianity.


Freaked the buddy who pointed out the story to me. Blew his mind! Made him doubt all the bs Ark on Ararat or giant nephilium type stories the spoon feed the sheep.


As a Christin, that sort of thing can really bug me. It's no different from all of the other crazy stories that get passed around, initially in email, and now more on social media, that people are willing to believe. Urban legend is a far stronger force than it was before the internet was such a big art of our lives. There are plenty of real cases around, that are outrageous, that people could rally around, without having to believe in made-up ones. I'd love to see people be more sensible, but it isn't going to happen! It isn't just Christians, either, who are fooled. When I Was working at the bank (office stuff), there was someone who would regularly print up and bring in whatever lame BS was going around online, to "warn" people about this or that issue. One I remember was a supposed case of AIDS-infected needles under gas pump handles, and not a single case could be found. Another was that flashing lights at someone with theirs off would initiate a gang shooting, so people were afraid to let another motorist know they forgot to turn them on. It's like the old "Satanic cult ritual abuse" stuff that was so believed, though no actual cases could be found. People are just gullible. My dad was less tactful, and said most we re really stupid. for a while, I though the was jaded. More and more, I see he wasn't really off the mark!

Which Ark and Nephilim stories do you mean? If you mean Ron Wyatt, I can understand the reaction. He claims a lot of things without any real proof. That guy claimed to have found not just Noah's Ark, but the Ark of the Covenant as well. I wish I was kidding. His group tells some great stories, if you can stand to go through the videos, but I'd as likely believe Indy got it and the government has it n a warehouse.
Large bones have been found, of course, and some odd ones, but that sort of thing gets blown up as well, and photo contest pics of movie-sized "giants" get treated as real. Sometimes, I wonder if someone doesn't toss out the ridiculous stuff deliberately, to fool people and discredit the actual finds.




I'm with you, it's not only Christians who fall for BS. It's just that they already have a framework for con men to exploit. A framework where "he works in mysterios ways" and there will be absolutely no proof until after death. Where either you will be tortured for all eternity or recieve paradise. So sadly it doesn't take a mentalist to con desperate and/or unintelligent people.



Everyone on ATS has fallen for some trash or the other. I have multiple times. Spent a solid month just knowing the divinci code stuff was real :p!!

None of that matters tho, I think it's healthy curiousity. It's the refusing to believe contrary evidence that makes people look stupid.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 08:35 AM
link   

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: ffx6554
a reply to: hellobruce

Wait, which is the original image, the one with the blurred rectangle with nothing on it, or the one with the blurred letters?


The one with "nothing on it". Except, it does, in fact, have writing on it, that can be clearly brought out via some simple changes in contrast,


Yep.




posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 08:49 AM
link   

originally posted by: Skywatcher2011

originally posted by: Iamnotadoctor

originally posted by: Skywatcher2011
a reply to: sled735

I still believe that aliens have visited Earth long ago...to this day it is impossible to determine how the great pyramids were built so perfectly in line with the stars and Earth's longitude and latitude.


If people like you actually did even 10 minutes research you would realize that this whole thing of the great pyramids somehow aligning with stars, and longitude/latitude is a MYTH and it has been debunked by very credible scientists/astronomers many times over many years.
It is so cringeworthy to have to witness people still bringing this up...

***Rolls eyes until they fall out of my head***


It also amazes me that current engineers can't even build sh*t even close to the complexity to what Engineers did back in Egypt so don't even start on it with me. I have done more research on this stuff more than you have sir.


How complex do you think the Large Hadron Collider is exactly, and why do you somehow believe it is less complex than a pyramid?



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 09:04 AM
link   

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

It's always nice to see others research a claim themselves. Bravo.


I agree! Nice to see that on here from others, I thought!

Sheesh, and the idea is one I cold support, sort of, though I'd call it Nephilim and not alien. Shame, really.

Aww, and I was just starting to like you. Lol.


Why not that label instead of "alien"? Is it really any less likely? There would, technically speaking, be an extraterrestrial factor there, as the fallen ones aren't terrestrial beings. Think about that for a moment. Is there as much difference between the two as you think? Demons are even called "powers of the air". Spiritual/other dimensional - what's the difference? How many abduction encounters have the greys passing through walls? I have read such accounts.


It is FAR more likely that aliens visited us in the past than angels. We are relatively sure that aliens exist (we just haven't found them yet). The only thing that remains to be seen is if an intelligent alien life form developed space travel, found us in the past, and visited us. Angels however have no proof of existence whatsoever.

Of course, if you can prove that angels exist, then I'd be willing to change those odds.
edit on 8-6-2015 by Krazysh0t because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 09:46 AM
link   
You realize Akhenaten died by falling out of a chariot? Is it really that easy to kill an alien hybrid? He certainly wasn't X-Files material.

I think the mutation in the gene governing cortex growth more likely than not gave him a mental disability and was just a random mutation. Not many kings in history would lead a cavalry charge in a war - most of them would hang back and let the plebs do the fighting, then come home and take all the responsibility for his great victory (or blame all the failure on someone else).



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 10:39 AM
link   

originally posted by: peskyhumans
You realize Akhenaten died by falling out of a chariot? Is it really that easy to kill an alien hybrid? He certainly wasn't X-Files material.

I think the mutation in the gene governing cortex growth more likely than not gave him a mental disability and was just a random mutation. Not many kings in history would lead a cavalry charge in a war - most of them would hang back and let the plebs do the fighting, then come home and take all the responsibility for his great victory (or blame all the failure on someone else).


Not disagreeing with your assessment of the OP, but most of the best military leaders lead charges. Espeacially if victory was in question.

Alexander the Great, Julius ceasers, Marc Anthony are just a couple.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 11:58 AM
link   
a reply to: Entreri06

I'm not a historian, but is there any chance that the accounts of these people were embellished? Even a little bit? It's pretty dumb to lead an army into battle if you are already the King. Can you imagine the guys in the opposing army?

"Look! It's their King, right in the front of his army right there! Lets kill him and end the war!"

Wouldn't all the other guys just shoot their arrows at him first? I mean if they are LEADING their armies into battle, they would most likely be the first person to die, as they are the most important person in their army, and could very well be the jackass who decided to wage war in the first place.

Napoleon was one of history's greatest generals and I don't believe he ever got out in front and let the other guys shoot at him. But I think we have better records about him than Alexander or Julius.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 01:47 PM
link   
a reply to: Entreri06

Well, to an extent, and it also depends on how the people came to know what they know. The more rote teaching, the more susceptible the person is likely to be.

As an aside, on the "proof" issue, I have seen enough to know what I believe is real/ Nothing I could prove to you, but it's not all "wait and see".

DaVinci Code? That guy wasn't even original. I used to have a book, called, I think, Holy Blood, Holy Grail, on the same basic theory. Way older.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 01:53 PM
link   

originally posted by: Krazysh0t

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance

originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes

originally posted by: AdmireTheDistance
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

It's always nice to see others research a claim themselves. Bravo.


I agree! Nice to see that on here from others, I thought!

Sheesh, and the idea is one I cold support, sort of, though I'd call it Nephilim and not alien. Shame, really.

Aww, and I was just starting to like you. Lol.


Why not that label instead of "alien"? Is it really any less likely? There would, technically speaking, be an extraterrestrial factor there, as the fallen ones aren't terrestrial beings. Think about that for a moment. Is there as much difference between the two as you think? Demons are even called "powers of the air". Spiritual/other dimensional - what's the difference? How many abduction encounters have the greys passing through walls? I have read such accounts.


It is FAR more likely that aliens visited us in the past than angels. We are relatively sure that aliens exist (we just haven't found them yet). The only thing that remains to be seen is if an intelligent alien life form developed space travel, found us in the past, and visited us. Angels however have no proof of existence whatsoever.

Of course, if you can prove that angels exist, then I'd be willing to change those odds.


I am as sure that angels exist as you seem to be that aliens are, and with no less proof. There are as many reports of encounters with angels as there are with aliens. Either one is as likely as the other.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 02:00 PM
link   
a reply to: LadyGreenEyes

Somehow I knew you'd misinterpret what I was saying. Yes, I think that aliens exist, but only because it is statistically inevitable that they do exist. I DON'T have an answer to if they are visiting or have visited this planet. Angels aren't statistically inevitable to exist. They are only spoken about in a book(s) of subjective evidence. That is why it is more likely that aliens have visited the planet in the past than angels. Though if you can produce some credible proof of angels exist, I may change my odds to it being more even.

None of this means that I think either angels or aliens visited us in the past. I'm relatively sure that didn't happen, and if it did, they almost certainly didn't lend us any technology or help our development.



posted on Jun, 8 2015 @ 04:25 PM
link   

originally posted by: peskyhumans
a reply to: Entreri06

I'm not a historian, but is there any chance that the accounts of these people were embellished? Even a little bit? It's pretty dumb to lead an army into battle if you are already the King. Can you imagine the guys in the opposing army?

"Look! It's their King, right in the front of his army right there! Lets kill him and end the war!"

Wouldn't all the other guys just shoot their arrows at him first? I mean if they are LEADING their armies into battle, they would most likely be the first person to die, as they are the most important person in their army, and could very well be the jackass who decided to wage war in the first place.


This list of Monarchs killed in battle is very extensive.link

Don't know how many were actually up in front when they died, but I'd be willing to bet that it was at least half of them.

Harte



posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 12:12 AM
link   

originally posted by: peskyhumans
a reply to: Entreri06

I'm not a historian, but is there any chance that the accounts of these people were embellished? Even a little bit? It's pretty dumb to lead an army into battle if you are already the King. Can you imagine the guys in the opposing army?

"Look! It's their King, right in the front of his army right there! Lets kill him and end the war!"

Wouldn't all the other guys just shoot their arrows at him first? I mean if they are LEADING their armies into battle, they would most likely be the first person to die, as they are the most important person in their army, and could very well be the jackass who decided to wage war in the first place.

Napoleon was one of history's greatest generals and I don't believe he ever got out in front and let the other guys shoot at him. But I think we have better records about him than Alexander or Julius.



There is a massive difference between a general who says "CHARGE!" And one who says "Follow me boys!". Really all the difference in the world.


All conflict plays by the same fundamental rules. Tsun Szu's the art of war does a masterful job of showing that moral amongst your troops is a huge percentage of the battle. As well as how all conflict translates weather leading 10,000 men or arguing with some chic at work :p. conflict is conflict the rules remain the same.




The most effective leaders did what was required to win and somtimes that meant you and your kings guard leading the charge!



posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 01:27 AM
link   
well, i dont think the whole "alien" scheme fits ancient Kemet. Pharoahs did intermingle with Nephilim a.k.a giants in those days. Giants were the reason the giza pyramids were even built



posted on Jun, 9 2015 @ 01:35 AM
link   

originally posted by: AlmightyAdam
well, i dont think the whole "alien" scheme fits ancient Kemet. Pharoahs did intermingle with Nephilim a.k.a giants in those days. Giants were the reason the giza pyramids were even built


Really that's just another BS story




top topics



 
25
<< 4  5  6    8 >>

log in

join