posted on Dec, 9 2010 @ 12:14 PM
I really have a hard time wrapping my head around aliens being us from the future. While it may certainly be possible, I find it to be the least
likely scenario explaining what "they" are. As far as our DNA is concerned, I do believe that they have tweaked our DNA and given us an evolutionary
nudge. As one prevous post stated, there is proof showing that we have strands of our DNA that don't appear to have evolved, but rather were placed
there. I have also read that our DNA very closely resembles that of cows. Could this possibly explain all of the cattle mutilations that have taken
place over the years? I don't know.
I also find it hard to believe that ancient civilizations could have built the pyramids, Stonehenge, or other ancient sites containing stones that
would strain even our biggest cranes today. On the other side of this argument, who is to say that ancient man wasn't very advanced and much of this
ancient knowledge has been lost, leaving us to start over again.
The Tibetans state that their first seven kings came from the stars and returned there. All throughout history there are accounts of "gods" coming
to Earth from the stars, interacting with humans and then returning to the heavens. I believe that Jesus himself was not born of immaculate
conception, but from artificial insemination, and this is why he was considered the "son of God" and worshipped. Many Egyptian drawings and carvings
showing the Pharoahs portray them as having elongated heads. Were they too ancient aliens believed to be gods, and thus worshipped and given positions
People talk of disclosure all the time. I think that disclosure lies within each of us, and that as we learn more about the human genome we will in
fact discover, beyond any uncertainty, that we are direct descendants of a race much more technologically and spiritually advanced than we humans.