posted on Dec, 11 2010 @ 07:56 AM
If you look at the Delhi Olympic Ceremony, it looks like a UFO invasion/landing. There are a lot of "alien" things out there, but I think that the
maker of the video is very deeply involved in the religious angle of the whole thing, the whole "good vs evil" doctrine, and for that reason, his mind
is somewhat warped. That said, its quite a random logo for the olympics, just a bunch of weird shapes, but then again, these ancient symbologies and
practices and even more ancient worship of geometric forms and mysticism, i.e. Pythagoreans, is nothing new to the world. It was the Christian
religion, and other various religions that went on a quest to basically destroy all of those ancient practices and beliefs (think the Crusades,
Spanish Inquisition, Book Burning). If the Christian religion killed thousands of people, destroying the mystic knowledge of the ancients/elders, and
"converting" the young, then I would think that the people keeping the original traditions alive will defintley have a significant resentment, enough
to insert a few symbols here and there make to make the more fundamentally Christian people, or "endtime" believers think that it is the end of the
world, as well as the proponents of alien takeover and the alien origins of religion - basically to increace thier paranoia and make fun of them.
Perhaps, the origins of Christianity have much more "ancient" or "mystic" underpinnings, and the Roman takeover of Christianity has spawned a strange
kind of religious fundamentalism in the world, and I think that those that know the "truth" basically know that the leaders of modern religions also
know the "truth" and how much damage it would do to thier believers if they were told the truth.
If there is no "good vs evil" then there is no fighting, if there is no fighting, then there is no war. However, if there is no war, then there can be
enslavement, and it is often the case that we proclaim our enslavers to be evil, and our enslavers proclaim the rebellious to be evil, and thus, the
edit on 11-12-2010 by SystemResistor because: (no reason given)