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O-K, I admit it. I love those articles and shows about conspiracy theories, Big Foot, and the paranormal.
I don't really believe most of it, but I love to hear about it. It's like a brain teaser. It sparks the imagination like science fiction.
Such is the feeling I get from my story on something called "The Star Child". A guru in the field of "alternative knowledge" recently visited our station. He had with him a replica of a skull supposedly found in a cave in Mexico in around 1930. He believes this unusual skull is from a "hybrid" creature-the offspring of mating between an ancient human and an alien being who visited our earth eons ago. Wait-there's more. It goes with the theory of "Anciet Astronauts" (one of my personal favorites). Some believe aliens visited the earth and made those "landing strips" in Peru that can only be seen from the air, those cave drawings with men wearing what appear to be space helmets, and yes, that aliens helped build the Great Pyramids!
Originally posted by whatukno
I don't know about all of this it seems illogical to think that modern day humans are the byproduct of Alien gene spliceing.
Originally posted by 7Pan7cho7
but what seems illogical to me is that we are the only "advanced" species on our planet. Hasn't most of everything here had just as long as we've had if not longer, and we are the only ones that are "advanced".