posted on Apr, 11 2010 @ 08:50 AM
I can't remember WHERE I said he's an archeologist... You insist in put words in my mouth. Is not that cool buddy, not cool. Do you wanna debunk
me??? At least keep the class and stop inventing sentences I didn't. I said he RELEASED a photo in his website. A tourist photo seems very plausible
to me and I don't expect you can find an article in NASA website, explaining the mechanics of "Votan ancient aircraft".
Well, I should say that I quite enjoyed your OP, ucalien, but when I saw that photograph in particular...it looked fake to me.
I should say that I am a firm believer in the ancient astronaut theory. I've seen some of what you've posted, and there is just so much stuff out
there that it's hard to deny some kind of contact. I won't even attempt to say that I know for a fact that it happened, but I believe it happened
based on the evidence I have seen.
Now, I think there are hoaxes/misunderstandings out there. The faked moon landings done by the college students...done so well that years later I see
the exact photos and film being proof that NASA was the source of origin...not some college kids with too much time and money on their hands. The
photoshop contest pictures of the skeletons of giants. Nearly every UFO video on youtube...the list goes on and on.
It's really quite easy to spot fakes, from my point of view. They just look messed with. I think it is hard for some, because they have so much
invested in a particular idea, or belief system, that they want to believe everything out there. But, you cannot, as there are wicked people who wish
to pull the wool over your eyes.
But, as I said, I believe in the ancient astronaut theory, and have read most of Zecharia Sitchin's books. He isn't the only source of good
information, though. One of the most telling things, to me, is language. The cross-pollination of similar words is quite astounding, when you start
looking into it. Vastly dissimilar cultures, halfway across the world, with similar words with similar meanings, in completely different
languages...that's the interesting stuff to me.
Anyway, just my two cents worth...sorry to ramble.