posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 03:20 PM
reply to post by EvilSadamClone
Did you watch the moon landing in person? Were you there? I guess not so... how can you believe anything if your beliefs are only based on a "see to
believe" method? Those are not "beliefs" those are "undeniable facts". If aliens would drop down in the white house you wouldnt "believe" in
aliens, you would officially recognize their existence.
AA does go too far, but its the simple things that make scholars wonder. You think an archaeologist - even a non-mainstream one - would lose sleep
over the pyramids or if it there are aliens connected to the Maya?
Thinks simple..., like... how every god, prophet or messiah from allover the world, in completely disconnected civilizations in different times,
sometimes separated from thousands of years, every single one of them got here, did something important like, from building the universe to the simple
"die for our sins", and then every single one of them "left" and every single one of them told that they would "return".
If you want to make it complicated, again you dont need to go to pumapunku or giza... you may want to go after something more elaborated and out of
place, like the antikythera mechanism or the baghdad battery. And you can also ask yourself what was in Alexandria that made early christians burn the
library down, and how come, if it was really burned to the ground, does the vatican have parchments that should belong to the great library. And btw
how weird is that you cant visit their archives? Every historian or archaeologist would sell their own mother, wife and kids to see what they have in
We dont need AA to lose our minds with mundane things like the bloody arc of the covenant. There are so many "mundane" things that dont make sense.