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Originally posted by OhZone
As evidence of ET;s visiting and playing with human DNA,
Here is a 2 page list of Sky Gods from around the world.
All these cultures say these gods created them.
And here is a list of creation stories.
Lloyd Pye is not the only one who thinks that humans are the creation of ET’s. And there are still more.
Re: the Poodle:
“The poodle's true ancestry is as murky as the marshes it originally learned to work in. One commonly held belief is that it descended from Asian herding dogs then travelled west with the Germanic tribes known as Goths and Ostrogoths to eventually become a German water dog. Another theory holds that it was brought out of the Asian Steppes by the conquering North African Berbers and eventually found its way into Portugal in the 8th Century with the Moors.”
From your links, I love this item:
H. sapiens idaltu 0.16 – 0.15 Ethiopia 1450 3 craniums 1997/2003
Craniums..indeed! Are they sure that they are not elephants knee caps?
Why do you think that “melanin” was LOST?
Why could it not have been gained by those living in the sunny climes?
If we and the ape family descended from a common ancestor it would be logical that the had pink skin as the apes today still have.
LORENZAGO DI CADORE, Italy - Pope Benedict XVI said the debate raging in some countries — particularly the United States and his native Germany — between creationism and evolution was an “absurdity,” saying that evolution can coexist with faith. The pontiff, speaking as he was concluding his holiday in northern Italy, also said that while there is much scientific proof to support evolution, the theory could not exclude a role by God.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has condemned the teaching of creationism in schools. In an interview with Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger, Dr Rowan Williams said the Biblical creation stories do not belong in the same category as evolutionary theory. He explained: "My worry is creationism can end up reducing the doctrine of creation rather than enhancing it." Creationists and proponents of intelligent design (ID) - the "alternative theory" to evolution by natural selection - assert that the natural world must have had a designer.
How did humans evolve? About six million years ago in Africa, the chimpanzee lineage and our own split. What happened to us after that split? The hominid lineage did not march in a straight line to Homo sapiens. Instead, the early hominid lineage gave rise to many other (now extinct) hominids. Examining the fossils, the artifacts, and even the DNA of these relatives has helped us understand how this complex hominid tree evolved, and how modern humans came to exist.
As my above post shows, H.Erectus who is supposed to be one of our immediate forebears did coexist with Cro-Magnon.
They try to tell us that Cro-Mag is US, but close examination seems to show otherwise.
Also note that Cro Mag was not the skin wearing savage that they would have us believe.
He was a sturdy fellow standing nearly 7 feet tall.
Besides their famous cave paintings in France, there are others depicting them wearing hats, taylored collars, pants with cuffs, shoes & jewellry.
Also in this evolution debate there is never any mention of where the coneheads fit into the scheme. These are the ones that are suspect of being the Annunaki/Sons of God or whatever you might want to call them.
"Evidence outlined below indicates a distinct "race" of people becoming extinct during our Christian era. The "link" this race may represent is not to a pre-human evolutionary lineage, but rather an antediluvian cycle of civilization.
The genetic trait distinguishing them was their anomalously-dolichocephalic heads; i.e., remarkably elongated. A full understanding of who they were is not clear. Yet, in recent years a few researchers have re-discovered the wealth of facts known about their existence. More definitive information and correlations about these people are offered here."
The Oh Zone
Kandinsky, I'm not sure if you realize that I'm not a creationist and neither an evolutionist. I am an interventionist.
Originally posted by damwel
Evolution doesn't say man came from the great apes, it says man and ape came from a common ancestor. Come'on now, you really didn't know that or it's just easier to argue against saying that man came from ape? I have to say that the theme of ATS is deny ignorance.
Originally posted by ChemBreather
Originally posted by theufologist
reply to post by Kandinsky
Can you explain to us what do you mean his 12 points are "nonsense"?
I'm not being sarcastic! I really need to understand. Thanks
Me too, and Im not being sarcastic ..
Chimps are actually frightened of water, and will drown with hardly a struggle or even thrashing. Humans relish the water, and even require more water to drink than other ‘land’ animals. Humans need to drink more water than any Savannah animal. In fact, humans require HUGE amounts of water. This fact alone suggests an entirely different genetic makeup then ANY other land species. We now know that the ‘Savannah’ theory of Human evolution is in disrepute. Our ancestors did not live in open Savannahs...but probably more in the deep forests and near water.
Source here Irishufology
So this has to count for some thing..
[edit on 29/7/2009 by ChemBreather]
Thats pretty funny observation since I just watched a documentary where the Chimps studied in a particular area of Africa seemed to enjoy the water. Such comments remind me of the theories on certain Dinosaurs and how they have since been proven wrong.
Such gems as
-Sauropods would run into deep water to escape Therapods because Therapods could not swim! (that really lol to me)
-Sauropods had to live in the water to support their great weight.
-Crested Duckbilled dinos used their crests like snorkels! (Even though nobody ever found a hole in the crest!) again to escape those none swimming T-rexs!
Also "some" humans relish water, I know plenty of people who are -terrified- of water. What was really strange was when I found them next to me in the Navy!
anyway enough random thoughts!
(I must be having a bad day, how in the world did I quote myself?)
[edit on 10-8-2009 by Helmkat]
[edit on 10-8-2009 by Helmkat]