posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:59 PM
The Aurora Alien burial site was cool, I didn't really know anything about it so it was pretty interesting but nothing to do with ancient alien
theory really. I'm a big fan of cemeteries too.
The Indian Serpent Mound in Ohio is awesome! I knew of it but not much about it. I had no idea there was any connection to be made with ancient
alien theory and my girlfriend is from the area so that segment was pretty sweet. The connection with Draconis was mind blowing, the energy
harnessing, the astronomical connections.. it was pretty cool. very relevant to the topic @ hand i think.
The next story was about Mormons. When I think Mormons I think.. Whackjobs! but, now I think I'll have to look at them in a whole other way.
Now its getting into petroglyphs.. Montana UFO sighting and the Blackfoot tribe.. Star beings.. not sure I can put a whole lot of faith into what
the Chief of the Yankton Soiux was saying so much tho. However, I love tribal religions that have star gods and such.. I think its a rich resource
of information for Ancient Alien theorists to harvest evidence.
Tombstone, Arizona UFO.. Transcendentalism. Whitman and Emerson.. Good thinkers.. The emergence of the Sci-Fi genre of books. Ambrose Bierce.
great author as well.. inter dimensional gateways.. heavy duty topic, love it, makes the mind think. hmm... this is getting interesting..
wow, Ambrose Bierce .. interesting guy. that segment was pretty all over the place but ended well...
Commercial for the next episode next week.. Human Hybrids..
Lake Elizabeth, CA "Laguna del Diablo" entrance of the underworld.. thunderbird/ufo sightings from there. hmm yeah, makes snese Thunderbird =
Aircraft of some kind..
Overall the episode was entertaining.. the old west doesn;t have much to do with "Ancient" history but it had its good moments. Good start to
hopefully a great season. What did everyone else think of the 1st episode?