posted on Sep, 14 2011 @ 10:42 AM
reply to post by Regenstorm
The text in the photo contains no Sanskrit, only Tibetan. It also doesn't mention E.T's either. The subject of the text is Lord Shenrab Miwo, the
founder of the Tibetan (pre-Buddhist) Bon religion, who was originally from "Tazig" or Iraq/Iran/Mesopotamia, and is said to have been born on this
earth something like 24,000 years ago. It's possible the text mentions beings from the heavens later on -- here the King (presumably the Tibetan
king) is asking whether and how to invite Lord Shenrab (to Tibet, presumably, thought it doesn't say). All the ancient Tibetan kings are supposed to
have been descended from the Gods (i.e., human-deva hybrids of some sort), and to have left earth via a Mutak or "Mu-cord" of light.(As in, "beam
me up Scotty", or a scene from "Taken". )
Basically all Tibetans -- Buddhists and followers of Bon Religion, which are similar in all fundamental points of doctrine such as karma, rebirth,
enlightenment, and other realms of existence--believe in 'devas' or gods, as well as many other realms of non-human (inc. extra-terrestrial) beings.
So it would not be remarkable if any Tibetan text were to mention beings from the sky, from "planets", or from other universes. In fact,a Tibetan
history (such as this) or any important Buddhist or Bon scripture usually refers to such and such beings, at least in passing.
Incidentally UFO's are/were common in Tibet but are not necessarily thought to be extraterrestrial in origin (though some, the saucer-shaped lights
called "gza'" or "planets", are understood that way implicitly, judging from the name). The definitive book on such things is "Oracles and
Demons in TIbet", by Renee de Nebesky-Wojkowitz, a hefty 666 (!) page tome, still in print.