posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:06 PM
reply to post by jexmo
Im glad to see the thread has sparked some interest in Ancient Aliens. I think we can safely say that there have been so many cases of UFO sightings
that at least one of them has to be real, and if there are aliens visiting us, what is to say they didn't come here thousands of years ago? If they
are visiting earth then they are a hell of a lot more advanced than we are and probably have for a hell of a long time. Why couldn't they visit
Mohenjo Daro if they visit NY today? Its all a bit coincidental for me.
As for the remains of the aliens, whats to say they have bones? Whats to say they have anything that would last through the years for us to dig up?
Hiya J, there's no doubt at all that UFOs have been sighted since prehistory. Believe it or not, people have been reporting 'rocks' falling from
the skies for centuries whilst astronomers believed they were thick peasants making up fairytales. Of course we know they are meteorites, but until
the late 19th century the idea was laughed at!
As for UFOs in the sense of flying objects with erratic flight patterns, they've been seen for 100s of years too. No doubt the Egyptians would look
into the clear Saharan skies and see the occasional blinking lights zipping about. These UFOs might be aliens or visitors from 'elsewhere,' we
What we do know is that man has been building stuff from rock for thousands of years without the help of aliens. We've built Rome, Constantinople (
Istanbul), London and Paris from rock including the monuments and huge cathedrals. If we can do all this without alien technology...why should we
consider that Mohenjo Daro, Giza or Teotihuacan needed alien help? The same brains we use to think of Large Hadron Colliders and the Harry Potter
books are the same brains we had 4-5-6-7 thousand years ago. These same brains put us into space.
UFOs are here and some might be flown by aliens or visitors. The important thing is that we don't know and there's no evidence at all that they
built any of these great locations or helped. We *do* know humans exist and we *do* know that humans can build massive constructions. Why take that
away and give the credit away to something else?
I'm not including you here....imagine a guy walking out of the kitchen with a fresh BLT in his hand? We could argue that we don't *know* that he
just made himself a sandwich...but it's pretty damned likely. Too many ancient aliens fans would suggest the lack of certainty allows all
possibilities....including aliens made the sandwich.