More and more we hear theories that propose that the Earth has beenn visited by intelligent extraterrestrial beings in antiquity, AND that such
contact is linked to the origins or development of human cultures, technologies and mythology.
In fact, some of these theories suggests that originally the gods from most, if not all, religions are actually extraterrestrial beings, and their
technologies were mistaken for divinity by primitive man throughout history.
For many modern skeptics the world’s oldest writings on clay, stone, and papyrus, is simply myth.
However, if we dismiss all of the ancient literature and inscriptions - the Bible, the Koran, the thousands of clay tablets from Mesopotamia - as too
incredible to believe, we would still have to deal with the question of the physical evidence.
Who built the ancient megalithic structures? How were they built?
Why the practice of building pyramids at ancient sites all over Earth for a period or time, and then suddenly abandon them?
Who marked the Earth’s surface with gigantic lines and figures? How were ancient people able to depict our solar system so accurately when we
supposedly still thought the earth was flat? Why and how were these things done?
In this space age, with it’s remarkable technological advances, it is becoming apparent that the "miracles", and other seemingly supernatural
events reported in ancient texts, the megalithic constructions, and the enigmatic lines and artwork over the Earth, resulted from an advanced
technology which was incomprehensible and indescribable by the ancient human observers.
Proponents point to what they perceive as gaps in historical and archaeological records, and also what they see as an absence of definitive
explanations in certain contexts from the archaeological sciences. Advocates of these theories put forward as evidence their interpretations of
various archaeological artifacts, which they deem beyond the presumed technical capabilities of the historical cultures they are associated with.
Another common theme relies upon the interpretation of depictions in certain ancient artworks as being representations of actual extraterrestrial
visitors as realised by the contacted cultures.
Beings from the sky, fiery chariots with wings, super-human heroes — all of these themes are part of the folklore and legends of almost every
ancient culture around the world. Even the Bible has numerous references to events and beings that could be outer space and extraterrestrial
connected. Could it really be that in the distant past we were visited by extraterrestrial beings?
ET visitation theories actually could explain some profound mysteries, such as the evidence of ancient sophisticated technology, and primitive
society's feats of engineering.
Best source Ive read is The Lost Book Of Enki. It is the entire story in a Starwars version with Skyships and beam weapons with stories like Genesis
but thousands of years older told by The Anunnaki Leader Enki. It explains many unanswered questions, and a very exciting reading puts you in the
action. It also shows that The Anunnaki are Human, NOT reptilian- thats another race of beings.
We are the children of The Anunnaki. They believe in God, The Creator. By the will of The Creator The Anunnaki came to Earth from the 10th unconfirmed
planet in our solar system to give birth to Mankind on Earth, Save life on Earth as Guardians. As we are now the Guardians of Earth. Read for
yourself, The Lost Book Of Enki.
yes, yes, but what everyone over looks is that the real event associated in the mythology happens well over 125000 years ago. It has since been
rehashed every world cycle for thousands of generations of mankind. Like a fruitcake it just keeps coming around every so often.
I recently read a book entitled "Slave Species of god" by Michael Tellinger which details the history and story of the Annunaki. He uses evidence
from the Sumerian Tablets to put forth his hypothesis. Interesting read for those interested in this topic. www.amazon.com...=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1276874357&sr=1-1
Thanks for bringing this issue to light once again, OP. Allow me to bask in the presence of another whose eyes are open before the career anti-Sitchin
crowd comes in here trying to fill the thread with negativity.
Originally posted by Incarnated
yes, yes, but what everyone over looks is that the real event associated in the mythology happens well over 125000 years ago.
Interesting, since the Earth isn't even that old.
this is sarcasm correct?
The scary thing is that this is probably NOT meant to be sarcasm. Its the common belief of the bat-sh!t crazy creationists/fundy christains. Fantasy
over reality is the name of the game for the pitifully uneducated and blind cult members.
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