posted on Oct, 30 2004 @ 03:26 PM
What it means is that you should be skeptical of some of the stories. Read them and research -- see what's really being said, both the pro and the
con. And look at the sites that show proof, not those that simply say "Yes! it's absolute truth!" or "gosh, what a load of nonsense!"
If you're reading Sitchin, read the WHOLE Enumma Elish and see how that one sentence fits into the whole thing. If you're looking at pyramidology,
look at the scholarly detractors as well as the ones with proof of the situation. Look at pictures, look up related articles in encyclopedias and
books of science.
For the record, I was a "sort of believer" in Velikovsky when I encountered him at first. His stuff seemed plausible and I did (and still do)
believe that there are other civilizations in our universe. But when I read a book called CRASH GO THE CHARIOTS by scientists, I stopped accepting
everything I read and everything presented as reality.
And you know what? In trying to find out who really was giving me good evidence, I've learned a lot!
Read and research. Don't just read and believe.