reply to post by Hanslune
I haven't read ALL the information on this theory, but what I have read is enough for me to raise my eyebrow more than once. The Sumerian ancient
texts are very real. We would either, A.) have to completely discount these as a work of fiction in it's time, which is HIGHLY improbably since
multiple civilizations across the globe tell of the same stories, or B.) take it into account that it is a very real part of our human history.
To date, it is the ONLY story that comes even remotely close to tying all the religious texts together from every corner of the planet, along with
mythology, UFO's, aliens/watchers, giants, and all the other business that individual religions don't come close to trying to explain. Is it any
more difficult to believe than any given religion with open ended statements and vast areas of texts that leave an awful lot to the imagination of the
reader? The Bible clearly, to me, reads a lot like science fiction, regardless if I look at it from a strict Christian standpoint, or a world view
that takes into consideration all the information available. I want the WHOLE story, not just a part of it!! If it means I have to consider a story
that is difficult to believe, so be it....the one we've been given is already difficult to believe.
I was raised Baptist...all this is heresy, according to how I was raised. I left the Baptist religion and adopted a non-denominational faith in order
to "free" myself to look at Biblical texts for more than what my religion said they were. These texts are telling the same stories that the
Sumerians told. Is it so hard to believe that we were created for a purpose that was meant to serve our creators?
Have you ever asked yourself why "sacrifices" were required, (and STILL given to this day)?
Have you ever asked yourself why it's possible that the virgin Mary could miraculously pop up pregnant after an angel visited her, but not consider
that the angel was an other worldly being that artificially inseminated her?
Have you ever asked yourself how it's possible that the oldest structures on the planet can't be duplicated by today's modern machinery, yet
thousands of years ago, they not only did it, but did it all over the planet?
Have you ever asked yourself why every religion talks about flying crafts, chariots of fire, nuclear type bombs destroying entire cities, people and
animals turning to dust/stone, and so on? Have you ever asked yourself how it's possible that scientists have discovered evidence of nuclear
explosions in these very regions that ancient texts talk about nuclear war?
To consider that we were created in the "image" of God to mine gold for them is nothing compared to all the other evidence already located on our
planet. Look at what WE do, for God's sake!! We take animals, breed them selectively to bring out certain traits, (or inhibit undesired ones), and
make them more productive to our needs....chickens, cows, dogs, horses, you name it! There are some humans who mistreat animals, and yet there are
others who fight to free them, or at least diligently love and care for them. Is it really that hard of a stretch to consider that our "gods" were
the same way with us? Some wanted to abuse us, and others wanted to care for and love us. I believe there is still a war going on for the ownership
of the human population.
Will the Sumerians return? Are they already here? What do they want? Will they kill us? Will they capture us? Will they enslave us? Or will they
bring peace? Will they love us like their children?
I really don't think that the debate is about whether or not we were created to mine gold for a bunch of alien gods. I think the debate is more
about where they went and when will they return....and when they do, what will happen? The evidence to the former is far to overwhelming to ignore.