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WE ARE STAR PEOPLE: Scientific proof we were created by aliens

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posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 12:18 PM
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Well regarding the Veda's; Peasants don't typically have the technical knowledge to write about mercury engines, piloting and complicated tactics.
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posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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Originally posted by WatchRider
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Well regarding the Veda's; Peasants don't typically have the technical knowledge to write about mercury engines, piloting and complicated tactics.
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Having just read the way those theories are being sold to us by modern believers, I'm not sure it's worth the comments I wrote so I deleted them.
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posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 07:07 PM
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Really? They just dreamed up the ancient texts themselves to sell to modern readers? Wow, just Wow!

If that's not a lame response I don't know what is.



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 10:10 PM
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Originally posted by WatchRider
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Well regarding the Veda's; Peasants don't typically have the technical knowledge to write about mercury engines, piloting and complicated tactics.
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Good point.

In fact, most Vedic literature is attributed to great sages, not peasants.

There was a great amount of knowledge in ancient India, no question there. However, they didn't know how to fly, and there has never been any "mercury vortex" engine.

Harte



posted on Apr, 14 2013 @ 11:00 PM
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peasant as in pre-industrial. Without the technology which would allow them greater insight into our physical origins. Find me some passages which deal with genetics or neuroscience or quantum physics and I'll concede.

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posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 04:48 AM
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I'll give you one better... who created the martians that 7,000 years ago came to earth seeking gold to save their dying atmosphere... a doomed effort from what we can see today, but least they did create us to remember them by



posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 04:12 PM
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Originally posted by Harte

Originally posted by WatchRider
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Well regarding the Veda's; Peasants don't typically have the technical knowledge to write about mercury engines, piloting and complicated tactics.
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There was a great amount of knowledge in ancient India, no question there. However, they didn't know how to fly, and there has never been any "mercury vortex" engine.

Harte


Well who knows what the exact components really were, it might of been something resembling mercury but with entirely different properties etc. I do know that to get mercury to drive a turbine with enough force would require a fundamental propulsion system not currently in existence.



posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 06:35 PM
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Although I'm not sure about our DNA containing a code, I do believe that we were created by aliens. The thing is, even if scientist discover where we originated from (if they haven't already), we'll likely never know the truth.



posted on Apr, 15 2013 @ 10:09 PM
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You know, the more I think about this, the more it reminds me of our latest technology.

We can now implant benign transducers into inert 'unused' area's of the brain, and the brain has the capability to interface with this new data and process it into usable data the brain can comprehend.

What was the old saying?... we only use 10% (or something) of our brain?

And now we have capability to increase that by magnatudes with simple tech we already have.



The so called 'star people', either have this ability built in, or added in.

Either way,.... we are already here.



posted on Apr, 16 2013 @ 07:16 PM
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This reply is especially but not exclusively for the Christians on here.

The warning:

O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen. - 1 Timothy 6:20-21


To the people on here getting into a debate about evolution and creation, specifically to those who claim this "evidence" the OP presents somehow debunks evolution, the thing is, all this hype about extraterrestrials we've been getting stems back to the theory of evolution in the first place. If the universe and all life spontaneously sprung up from nothing but a process of genetic accidents from a single particle and a single cell organism, then advanced life must have evolved on another planet somewhere in the universe, and the rest is history. They had to get you believing in the theory of evolution first before they can kick the can down the road about our origins from our extraterrestrial space brothers. The theory of evolution has adopted and discarded many 'theories' down through history about how life came about, the ancient astronaut theory is just the latest one they are starting to adopt that will serve as the Trojan horse. It is a very naturalistic//pantheistic/Hinduistic worldview that has been dressed up as science as I show in the link below.

Exposing the Pagan Roots of Evolution

Now for the Christians, you have to be aware that the Bible basically teaches us that God is an alien, as he is the source of all that there is in life but not apart of it, henceforth making him alien, which simply means not indigenous to our realm of existence. We have to be aware that there is a concerted effort to redefine the theistic worldview about our origins with extraterrestrials, which is different than the term 'alien'. God is no longer the all powerful celestial/supernatural source of all life, but an E.T, meaning a mere biological creature that "evolved" somewhere on another planet. Do not be deceived, as I'm quite certain that this is the coming strong delusion spoken of in the Bible, when Satan descends upon this world with all power and lying signs, wonders and miracles to deceive the whole world, even the very elect, if that were possible, as the Bible says, which is referring to us Christians.

Now here is how I believe the alien deception will be presented from now on:

1. Through a number of "discoveries" from archaeological groups, groups like NASA (which will likely be the Curiosity Rover) and other self-proclaimed 'scientific groups' providing enough evidence, that as others have pointed out about the so called 'evidence' posted by this threads OP, will be nothing more than circumstantial at best for this to be taught in the schools as absolute fact, tacking on the E.T origin of life that will serve as the long sought-after "missing link" of the overall theory of evolution.

2. After the world has gone through a period of chaos, from war and economic devastation etc, "benevolent aliens", who will be Satan and his angels will show up promising a better future, one with no more wars, no more religion (especially Christianity), a "new world order" as the world power elite often call it.

3. Those friendly E.T's will claim that there are bad E.T's coming to wreck havoc, an "alien invasion" as we've been told by the millionth sci-fi movie, who will actually be the Lord Jesus and his army of heaven, starting the prophesied battle of Armageddon in the book of Revelation.

You have been warned.

Edit: Why an Extraterrestrial God Appeals to Today's Culture:



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posted on Apr, 17 2013 @ 03:25 AM
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The resemblance in DNA with other creatures is pretty much overrated.

We share 50% of our DNA with banana's, so by the logic of the evolutionist we descended from banana's.
Mice and rats share about 97% of our DNA.
Primates are the closest resembling our DNA but it is still no "proof" that we are related.

I have long been of the believe that evolution was the ultimate undisputable truth but no longer do I confuse believing with the knowing of facts. That is what makes evolution the same as believing in religion, it is an assumption and theory on how things came to be, but has not been replicated.

You can breed different species of dogs and fruitflies if you try long enough but these dogs will still be dogs and fruitflies will still be fruitflies. The dog will not turn into an elephant and the fruitfly will not turn into a pteradactyl or any other type of species.

Mutations within a species have been observed but the species will not turn into a different type of animal but this is what evolution dictates and all that is needed for proof are the missing links that connect them together.

However of all the types of plants, animals and insects on the planet these bridges between species have never been found.

SO evolution is flawed but that doesn't mean the opposite truth of religion and God then holds any better.

My belief is that they all hold a part of the whole truth, evolution, religion, aliens.



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posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 12:06 PM
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Originally posted by Maarten
The resemblance in DNA with other creatures is pretty much overrated.

We share 50% of our DNA with banana's, so by the logic of the evolutionist we descended from banana's.

That is a straw man argument. The "logic" you attribute to evolutionists above is a fabrication.

ANY evolutionist would say that the correlation you mention indicates a common ancestor, which it does, and would NEVER make the claim you state.

So, the question is, why did you say that?

The answer is, because you don't actually have anything resembling a real argument, so you made this up to have an easy target to argue against. That's what "straw man argument" means.

Harte



posted on Apr, 18 2013 @ 12:21 PM
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DNA would be a pretty crappy way to send some sort of eternal message anyway. If a sequence isn't conserved, that is, if it's not a requirement for survivability of the organism, then it will mutate over time, often rapidly.

There's no driving force to preserve it. And I can't imagine why "Hello from Zeta Reticuli!" would be conserved.

The message would be trash data in a few hundred generations.






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