reply to post by undo
. they teach in public schools that these are all myths. that's becoming more and more unlikely as the research and artifacts come up out of the
ground. instead of archaeology disproving the ancient past as told by our ancient ancestors, it's proving it
Sorry Undo but stories whether oral tradition or carved in stone are not evidence of (A) Visitors from other worlds (B) Gods (although I freely admit
that A would go a long way to explain B.
We do need hard evidence to go with the stories/myths/legends, yes we have great floods which may not necessarily be localized.
The Baghdad batteries and Antithekeraclock prove that our ancestor were a little more advanced than once though.
We have many many archeological anomalies, and its' not unreasonable to propose that there is something big missing out of the history of man. But we
still don't have the elusive technologically advanced artifacts (which would be wonderful) if they have been found then they've been squirrelled
A 30000 year old piece of aeronautical engineering would go a long way to providing evidence of Indian (if they were Indian) flying vehicles. This
would only push the likelihood that the "gods" spoken of were nothing more than technologically advanced ETs, unless of course it was human
ingenuity that was somehow lost.