reply to post by Shamatt
I couldn't say exatly what this is, but those very stupid examples of what it myght be from the sceptics really bug me. What is it with these people
that they have to make up such incredibly unreasonable stories? A mushroom for gods sake? Are these people really so afraid of what the truth may be
that they are willing to look like fools suggesting that these unexplained things are so mundane, and so very completely unlikely? They ust be stupid.
I have to comment on that. The "skeptics" said, rightfully so, it kinda looks like a mushroom, it kinda looks like a flower. Because it does. You
people are the ones saying it IS a ufo. It's quite obviously the flying shield. What that represents is interesting and could very well BE a ufo.
This doesn't change the fact that it looks like a pie, it looks like a pinwheel cake, it looks like any number of things, a wheel of cheese with a
knife in it.
Here's my version of your quote:
I couldn't say exactly what this is, but those very stupid examples of what it has be from the believers really bug me. What is it with these people
that they have to make up such incredibly unreasonable stories? A flying saucer with aliens for gods sake? Are these people really so afraid of what
the truth may be that they are willing to look like fools suggesting that these unexplained things are so incredible, and so very completely unlikely?
They must be uninformed.
I changed your spelling, and changed it because I wouldn't call anyone stupid for their opinions. but that's my version. Why on earth are you so
afraid to be wrong that it HAS to be a ufo ignoring ample evidence that it is in fact a flying shield.
And don't even get me started on the tree of life that's depicted in almost every culture on earth, no, it's alien tech lasers, that's the logical
There are reported ufo flaps going WAY back into the middle ages, some of which you can find many paintings of. But of course you have to put all of
this in context of the time and how these people perceived the world then. With their understanding of the world we might not immediately understand
what they were trying to describe. This is basically where the entire Ancient Aliens theory comes in as many angelic sightings in history could also
be describes as ufo encounters and ETs.
If we lived in those days as say some bright light in the sky moving, we'd call it an angel. Today its a ufo, and for some that immediately means
I know I've seen more than 1 painting with that shield from the first image coin, in fact, I'm sure I've seen it on a show about ancient aliens
(maybe the series) being used as proof of ufo encounters in the past, including in the bible. the problem with that is they fail to even mention the
documented flying shield that looks suspiciously the same. Thankfully the community here isn't so biased and it has been brought up and people can
forman educated opinion.
As for the ark, since it was mentioned, this has always fascinated me as well. I've watched some documentaries that went into trying to figure out,
if it was how they described, wtf was it. One of the best answers brings up the Bagdad Battery. If this device was in fact a large charge holding
capacitor, it explains quite a bit of the description. And amazingly, would have been possible at the time (believing for a minute they were advanced
enough to build it). But then some of it sounds suspiciously like the effects of radiation. It is also possible that what was inside the ark was in
fact radioactive material, and the chest plate described was led.