Originally posted by dariousg
Originally posted by Harte
[Please tell me which of India's pantheon were from other planets.
I have always enjoyed reading Harte's posts on this subject for MANY years now. However, to answer this one question I must say that, from my own
study of the many different religions across this planet, that this is the one religion where your question/statement baffles me. I would think that
you of all people here would know that the Hindu religion has a VAST number of deities. In essence, there are a limitless number of deities in the
religion for any or all circumstances. So, I'm sure there will be some from the various planets in our system. It depends on the needs of the
person who will end up praying to them.
Then again, I do not recall any actually being labeled as coming from any one or all of our planets in this solar system.
Many thanks for what you posted, Darious.
Like you, I don't recall any Hindu Gods being from another planet, which is (of course) why I asked.
In fact,. I'm not aware of the Hindus even knowing that other planets are places one actually could
I'm certain, however, that a cursory google search will turn up some whacko nutjob website that claims this.
I would prefer some textual reference from any of the multitude of Vedas attesting to this alien origin of any of these gods.
I seem to recall that the majority of the Hindu Pantheon were incarnations (avatars) of Vishnu.
So, since many were Vishnu reborn, if Vishnu is from around here, these others would be as well.
I remember reading one of your explanations on the Vedas a LONG time ago. That no where in the document does it actually describe battles with
flying machines and such. That it is a misinterpretation. I have yet to find anything definitive either way.
You are misremembering then. The Vedas actually do describe such battles. However, there is one particular quote (used by David Hatcher Childress to
bolster his ancient nuclear war claim) that is attributed to the Mahabharata that appears nowhere in any Vedic work.
It's that particular information that you are most likely remembering.
Thus, we must then begin to look at the 'evidence' as presented by the OP throughout the document. It's not absolute 'proof' but when you
start to piece all of it together (well, the pieces that have not irrefutibly been debunked) you must at least begin to question the history of
mankind as presented by, well, the historians. Does it mean that we have aliens visiting us? Well, there are many aspects to that line of
My personal opinion is that there exists no evidence to indicate any ancient alien visitation. All evidence presented is quite easily explained away
using mundane means.
As I said earlier though, that doesn't mean aliens never visited the Earth in ancient times. Just that if they did (assuming they exist at all and
can even get here) we have no real evidence of it.
Just felt like replying to a very respected skeptic of this subject.
It's very kind of you to say that Darious. I was considering leaving ATS for good after some of the things I've read here in the past two or three
Perhaps I'll stay a little longer.