Originally posted by Required01
Look, you can 'try' all you want, honestly i couldn't care less what you think. Everybody has an opinion and i respect those yet the person i
replied to with those 'examples' does not. He finds it necessary to make fun of people's opinions and that believers are just stupid.
So i pointed to 2 things that i wanted his view on yet he failed to respond to that simply because he can't explain them! So that just proves my
point i wanted to make in my first reply to this thread. I'm not here to fight for anyone to believe my 'opinion' it's nothing more then that just
my views. If anyone doesn't agree fine but atleast attack the topic and not the poster as he did (not you tho!).
But to get back at your discription, i never saw a spherecal shaped 'see-thrue' head or carcass form that age sorry. It clearly shows a fishbowl
like thing over there head without ANY features of an animal head, or any type of hat for that matter. Things they hold in there hands could be
anything that's not what makes this picture so different from others. Also the lines around the head indicates to me that it was radiating light,
this is how they indicate that in all ancient art/paintings/drawings if something was glowing or emitting light (like the sun or the halo's, etc).
Thanks for replying tho, but i hope you understand that i'm basicly fed-up with 'defending' my own opinion to people that i was replying to. They
don't even have respect for a persons opinion, just because i believe that they visited us does not make it true! But to me when i add up a lot of
things from the past (witch i did over years of time not a month!) paints the picture of alien visitation.
You're sick of defending your opinion? Does that mean your opinion is not open to debate? Do you not want to get called out on your inaccuracies and
misunderstandings? When confronted with ways in which you might be wrong, do you just plug your ears and retreat, saying that you're entitled to your
(wrong) opinion? If your theories really are that solid, they should stand up to open debate.
Let's look more closely at that painting. You see some human figures, with semicircles around their heads with protruding lines.
Here's one explanation: the artist was depicting a sort of feathered headdress worn around the figures' heads.
Here's another explanation: the artist was tripping on mushrooms and hallucinated a glowing aura around these people, decided to paint it on a cave
Here's another explanation: the artist was depicting people laughing, using the circles & lines motif to indicate the energy of laughter.
Here's another explanation: the artist was symbolically depicting the sun and moon, showing them as glowing, personified figures.
You can start to see that you can read just about anything into a couple of abstract cave paintings. Saying that it clearly and unconditionally shows
, of all things, is frankly ridiculous
. As if anyone who looks at this must conclude that it shows aliens. Nonsense.
Now let's unpack one of your statements in depth:
It clearly shows a fishbowl like thing over there head without ANY features of an animal head, or any type of hat for that matter. Things they
hold in there hands could be anything that's not what makes this picture so different from others. Also the lines around the head indicates to me
that it was radiating light, this is how they indicate that in all ancient art/paintings/drawings if something was glowing or emitting light (like the
sun or the halo's, etc).
It's interesting that you understand that the things in the figures' hands could be anything, while not understanding that the circular motif around
their heads could be anything other than a "fishbowl thing."
You also say that " this is how they indicate that in all ancient art/paintings/drawings if something was glowing or emitting light." You're
conflating symbolism within art and cultures from around the entire world
as if they were all one monolithic thing with a single way of
I've got news for you, buddy. The way that the pre-history chinese depicted light would be different from the way pre-historic frenchmen depcited
light, or the way that pre-historic native americans depicted light. It's not like they got together and decided on a common set of symbols for their
It's a cave painting. It looks in all ways to be a cave painting of a couple of people which would make sense with what we know of ancient people. It
does not explicitly depict aliens.