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posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 01:53 PM
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reply to post by Nightchild
 
No extracted texts then? Pity.




And regarding actual flying machines, I posted such outdrafts in another thread about Ancient Extraterrestrials that you took part in.



My posts must have been unconvincing if you still believe in 'ancient aliens.' In that case, I offer my fullest apologies.




posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky

My posts must have been unconvincing if you still believe in 'ancient aliens.' In that case, I offer my fullest apologies.


First; you only stated your opinion, not evidence- Opinion. You cannot possible say that the Ancient Astronaut-theory is not true, simply because you just do not agree with it and choose to interpret the evidence in order to fit your own standpoint. Not any least, because you simply were not there, just as the proponents of the theory, ofcourse, weren't there either.

Secondly, you are not an opinion-police that everybody must follow only because you have said something, and in your mind consider it being "Debunked", when in reality it is not.


But yes, I agree with you that your posts indeed were unconvincing- No need to apoligize, though, as I am sure that you did your best.



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 02:24 PM
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Lol. You aren't sure enough of your sources to post some text.

Will you post the thread link? In recent months I've taken a gentle approach to the ancient astronauts stuff. If you want to argue some points I'd appreciate the challenge to avoid getting complacent.

You get a star for being cheeky



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 02:34 PM
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Well said


Opinion, however well informed, is still opinion. It seems that some around here turn that opinion into 'cold hard fact', and use that same opinion: ... a/ To bludgeon all those who would beg to differ ... b/ To attempt to stifle any discussion that offers a different point of view.

Unfortunately it works, up to a point. With attention spans nowadays being as short as they are, many are inclined to take the 'It's been Debunked' at face value. I wish people would check whether this is a valid pronouncement, or not, before moving on to the next subject.


Star for you



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 02:39 PM
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Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence.

I think there is some compelling evidence for the existence of alien visitation on this planet in past times.
Either that or ancient cultures interacted more than we believe they did.
Ancient writings in many cultures have similarites that are a bit too similar to be a coincidence.



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 03:55 PM
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On the other hand, absence of evidence is not proof of existance.

There is no evidence, only supposition. This does not mean it cannot be true. But it certainly does not lend credance to any suggestion it is true. After all, maybe the 6ft tall fluffy pink bunnies who built the pyramids are living on the far side of the Moon and that's why we haven't found them yet?



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 03:56 PM
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However it's not opinion that there is no evidence of nuclear activity at Mohenjo-daro. It is fact.



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 04:00 PM
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Haha, well thats maybe why the UFO's are zapping our bombs.
They have seen it go bad before, and now they are preventing it!



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 04:11 PM
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A lack of the alleged radiation and no impact crater puts this quite neatly in the tunguska category I think


www.daviddarling.info...



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 04:28 PM
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I think the Ancient Aliens series are fabulous!
I just watched last Thursday's show on the underwater floodedcivilizations. I tape the shows off cable onto the cable box machine so I won't miss one. The scientists that speak are doing an excellent job of sharing their ideas from their educated opinions. Many things have gone on here at Earth. Everything decays, so it is uncertain what exactly has happened. Unless knowledge was written or built in stone it becomes lost forever. I hope they write a collaborated effort book, loaded with pictures and drawings the size of a coffee table book. Most of what they say makes perfect sense.
The Big question I wounder is: Where are the bodies? Do aliens practice cremation? Or do they ship their bodies back to their own planets? The idea of being systematically radiated by aliens is a common fear. We are helpless victims to these higher technological beings. Go watch Skyline, it is very explicit with this idea.
I am looking forward to more episodes on the Ancient Aliens. What a Fabulous show!



posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 05:15 PM
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everheardof mount vesuvious and the city of pompei the population was buried in ash and died in the streets there too:




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posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 05:38 PM
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I think to determine what has happened in Mohenjo Daro in terms of its geographical and biological abnormalities, it's necessary to look into the historical records of the said place. Though nothing specific has been said about Mohenjo in the Vedas, there are some interesting parallels.

Referring to the forensic evidence of nuclear blasts near or in Mohenjo, I should point out the disastrous war that took place according to the Vedas. This war was between the Pandavs and the Kauravs (two dynasties that are related by the heads being each others' cousins), started because of a dispute over who would be the next king. After the war, of the millions of soldiers, only 12 survived and probably migrated to the Himalayas. In one point of that war, Lord Salva, a king (bad one) was fighting with a good one on the air. He tried to dodge by making his flying chariot invisible but his opponent used a sound-seeking arrow to find his chariot and destroy him. It is at this point that someone from the side that was apparently losing the war decided to launch the super-weapon with royal permission on 3 cities at once. This led to the elephants being burnt alive as well as the people suffering from tremendous heat.

Maybe Mohenjo was one of the 3 cities?

However, one might question if the Vedas is an actual historical record or just a book of mythology. The discovery of the submerged and flooded city of Dwarka seems to refute such allegations.
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posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 09:13 PM
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Very interesting, almost as if they knew it was coming. At first I figured well something like martial law happened but little did I know they had no physical evidence on the bodies... Nuclear weapons a few thousand years before us eh... another thing they don't want us to know about. S@F



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:17 AM
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Originally posted by Kandinsky
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It also resembles a vase, lipstick, dome, corn on the cob or the tip of a finger.

Is it just possible you're mistaken and Shiva Ling doesn't mean 'atomic power?'


Have you heard of anyone worshiping a vase, lipstick, dome, corn on the cob or the tip of a finger? Those who do sure have lost their marbles! And millions of Hindus worship the Shiva Ling. Are they all on pot?


And yes, I've already mentioned that it is POSSIBLE that this represents atomic power. Never said it DOES! To recap, this is what I said:

It is within the realms of possibility that there perhaps was some form of nuclear power in the ages gone by!




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posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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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?



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:06 PM
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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 don't know.

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.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 02:33 AM
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I couldn't agree more my friend. There obviously are stories of Aliens helping build the Pyramids, but we have come up with many ways they could have been built by man. The strange part about that however is that Pyramids, although slightly different in design, existed the all over the world simultaneously even though it is thought that these civilisations didn't know the other existed. Clearly they must have done unless their was a higher influence.

I find the whole Nuclear link fascinating though. I do believe in Aliens and I think they seem to have a very keen interest in Nuclear power. I'm not sure whether thats good or bad to be honest. The fact that these types of explosions have happened in other places as well interests me, because they always seem to have a lot of UFO activity in the same areas. Myths of men coming from the sky. This civilisation were very sophisticated for their time yes but I'm still unable to come to terms with the fact that they could have initiated these explosions themselves as we have only had Nuclear power in the last century. You would think they would have left us some text on what they knew about such power. Its incredible now, imagine what it must have been like then.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 07:53 PM
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Originally posted by jexmo
As for the nuclear part, I actually know nothing about Nuclear energy, I am simply repeating the, 'experts' from the show. Still great power even if it isn't Nuclear.


Those "experts" are magazine publishers and fringe authors.

This story has been completely debunked several times right here on ATS.

It hasn't been a "hundred years" since the site was excavated. They exacavate there practically every season.

There's no radiation there beyond normal background for the region.

Bodies did decay.

Etc.

IOW, total load of crap.

Harte



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 08:03 PM
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Originally posted by grey580
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Absence of Evidence is not Evidence of Absence.


In fact, absence of evidence is the only evidence of absence that there can possibly be.

So, what you mean is that there can be no evidence that Dinosaurs don't hang out in my living room because the only evidence I have of their absence in my living room is the complete absence of any evidence of their presence.

Hmmm. Nah, still not convinced, I'm going with there never were any Dinosaurs in my living room.


Harte





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