posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 11:45 PM
First of all, the "Bloke with the Hair" who consistently uses the "it must be aliens'" expression is Giorgio A Tsoukalas. Unfortunately for Giorgio,
with a style of hair that suggests that he cuts it himself, he comes across as a bit of a weirdo but this, I believe, is part of the plan not to take
these 'theories' too seriously by the powers that be.
If these 'theories' were true they would destroy religion altogether and that simply cannot be allowed to happen. Religion, to the believers, is their
faith, their rock and in many cases the only thing they have to cling to and brings them much comfort in their hours of need. To suggest that these
'theories' hold some truth would be catastrophic to religious believers all over the world.
I believe that there is much we have yet to learn about our past and particularly the Pyramids. Despite modern day computer enhanced investigations
into 'why and how' they were built we are no nearer today to finding out their secret than we were in the beginning.
I also believe that there is a lot being suppressed so as not to cause panic but I also believe that, thanks to shows like Ancient Aliens, small
snippets of information designed to cause people to perhaps rethink their beliefs, are being released. These 'snippets' can also be dismissed as BS
by the believers so as not to stir the hornets nest.
I believe the Vatican made a statement to the effect that followers should not dismiss the idea that life could exist in other worlds.
edit on 23-12-2012 by OzTiger because: Spelling