posted on Mar, 6 2013 @ 06:14 PM
Ancient Astronaut theorists have established beyond any reasonable doubt that the human race was created by an alien civilisation of space men around
200,000 years ago. But even with that fact in the bank there are still some pressing questions. Such as, where did dinosaurs come from? Were they put
here by aliens also? Did humans and dinosaurs cohabit the Earth at the same time and did they interbreed? Did the dinosaurs develop a language and
culture, evidence of which has been suppressed by mainstream government palaeontologists?
Almost as soon as the first dinosaur fossil was dug up, they began burying the truth. Their discoverer, William Buckland, who coined the term from the
Latin meaning “horrible lizard”, died in mysterious circumstances at the age of 72. Evidently, he stumbled across ancient knowledge the powers
that be did not want widely known.
However, as more and more dino corpses were found, scientists were forced to create a cover story, initially claiming that dinosaurs roamed the Earth
millions of years ago and were stupid, roaring idiot creatures. But some brave souls questioned this idea. Why for instance were nearly all dinosaur
bones found buried underground in graves? The only other species to do this is Man. Does such a ritualistic action and respect for the dead suggest a
bone-headed, “birdbrained” intelligence or does it in fact point to a deeper truth: that dinosaurs were smart, innovative beings, capable of
culture and abstract thought.
Could ancient myths of fire-breathing dragons suggest that dinosaurs also utilised fire, employing it to forge alloy metals for the construction of
dinosaur bridges, weapons and affordable dinosaur housing? The answer is yes.
Dinosaurs from this era had a thriving technological and democratic culture. There are examples of engravings by ancient Mayan and Egyptians which, if
you squint, show dinosaurs driving cars, playing sports and looking through telescopes. Unfortunately there are no known surviving examples of
sophisticated dinosaur technology, but we do have some items, such as clay pots for storing meat that appear to have been made by the dexterous hands
of a cryolophosaurus.
The evidence seems to point to dinosaurs and humans both being put here by competing races of intergalactic aliens, each battling for the prize of
controlling Earth by covering it with their seed. Humanity’s genesis is most likely to have come via the Greys, a bulb-skulled race of aliens
popularised by science fiction and key-rings. Dinosaurs meanwhile, were placed on Earth by the Reptilians, a vicious yet ingenious race of aliens that
still walk clandestinely among us to this day inside convincing human flesh suits.
Despite the overwhelming evidence, mainstream scientists are still skeptical about aliens intervening in life on Earth. But are we really supposed to
believe that early dinosaur civilisation was capable of building snout-mounted assault cannons, utilising laser tech to cut crystal dino skulls and
establish a primitive moon-base all without alien interference? That is what skeptics would have you believe.
The dinosaur and human civilisations probably developed independently for a few millennia until eventually friction over trade routes and access to
arable farmland meant the two factions were destined for war. The humans sent an emissary to the dinosaur capital of Atlantis demanding subjugation.
The proud dinosaurs rejected this offer, promptly eating the emissary. Thus the two sides engaged in a bitter and bloody conflict, costing billions of
lives. It was only when Man used his most devastating weapon of all, the nuclear bomb, on the dinosaur capital of Atlantis.
It was then that the dinosaurs entered their darkest period of history. After their total surrender, mankind put dinosaurs to use as giant machines
for the construction of works such as the pyramids and Stonehenge. Brontosauruses were used as great cranes carrying heavy loads on their necks and in
their mouths, stegosauruses were loaded up like primitive Transit vans and many smaller dinosaurs were souped-up and used as meat motorbikes by early
man. Ridden around at high speeds these prehistoric flesh machines were highly-prized among the men-folk, so much so that hordes of velociraptors
often formed great traffic jams across the plains, the sky filled with a thick smog of methane pollution.
Crucially, Man also utilised the destructive potential of dinosaurs and started to use these creatures in inter-human warfare. Using laser technology
gifted to Mankind by their alien creators, they often attached sophisticated weapons to the dinosaur bodies, turning them into deadly muscular tank
beasts. It is thought that different dinosaurs were sometimes even combined into a larger creature. Such a barbaric apparatus might have consisted of
two stegosauruses forming legs, a tyrannosaur for a torso and a couple of allosauruses as arms, with a control tower manned by whip-wielding human
pilots in a sort of skull.
Mainstream scientists expect you to believe that a big stone from space simply fell out of the sky and exterminated the dinosaurs 65 million years
ago. This is despite the clear fact that no matter how big an asteroid is, the Earth is far bigger! Anyone who has dropped stuff off a motorway
flyover knows the destructive power of rocks. But since there is no air in space rocks move incredibly slowly, reducing the damaging potential of any
space rock to zero. The only way such an object could have wiped out the dinosaurs would be if it had been a giant asteroid filled with bombs.
So what really happened? What we know from this time is patchy, but collating ancient records found on the internet and channelling the ghosts of
dinosaurs from the spirit realm, we now have a much clearer picture of the events from this turbulent time...
When the race of Reptilians returned to Earth and discovered how man had mistreated and enslaved their dinosaur spawn, such as tying them together and
attaching tank-turret hats to their skulls, they decided to remove all dinosaurs and send them in a time machine 200 million years into the distant
past. Once this was done the dinosaurs lived happily for millions of years. Although without the harassment of human beings they forfeited much of
their knowledge, choosing instead to abandon technology to live in harmony with nature, worried as they were about the possibility of global
The disappearance of the dinosaurs was a great shock to the humans. Some claimed the dinosaurs had been taken up into heaven in a sort of
dino-rapture. Great masonry was left half-built, millions were late for work and mankind was left hanging and purposeless as a species. The shock of
the sudden deficit in free labour was so severe it brought human civilisation dribbling to its knees like a fat child. So long had they relied on
Upon discovering that their rival beasts had colonised the Earth’s past through time-travel, Man had to act quickly to ensure their own survival in
the present. Calling upon their own alien “gods” the race of Grey Aliens granted them access to their time machine and human scientists sent a
mosquito full of AIDS back 65 million years to wreak havoc and wipe out the dinosaurs once and for all.
The fact that you’re reading this today is thanks to the efforts and sacrifices of those brave human scientists.