reply to post by 8fl0z
"They put forth a theory".. We'll stated... The true process of a theory, is to do all you can, to prove it wrong..
I see that done with AA theory, but the opposite with many other theory's.. It seems to be the standard today, to put forth a theory, and do
everything possible to prove it right... Evolution for example...
OP, one thing I've noticed that the debunkers of AA's can't supply an adequate counter too.. Many ancient peoples world wide. Have an oral tradition,
art work, temples and religions based off of the gods descending on the earth.. Mayans, Sumerians, Hopi, aborigines, Jews and many others.. How did
the same story circulate the globe? Why do we find the same type of architecture ( pyramid) on every continent?
Ether there is a thread of truth to the stories, or our history books lie to us. Instead of an upward evolution. Man has had a downward trend.. A pale
comparison of our ancestors. Copy, of a copy, of a copy.... Maybe it's a mixture of both..
Who knows, if the stories are true, we may find out in our life time... The "gods" are suppose to return...
People from the sky that have amazing powers?
It's a simple artifact of psychology. We're all human, so, we're wired the same, and thus have a propensity for falling for the same very similar
flights of imagination.
Why do we have stories all over the planet about people from the sky?
The sky, for primitive peoples was inaccessible.
So too was the deep earth underground, and any other far away (imagined) place.
It's a very simple artifact of human psychology to attribute imaginary attributions to places inaccessible and undiscovered.
We see this time and again in even fairly recent works of entertainment fiction produced about locales Science had as of yet caught up to and given
adequate observation with works about Journeys to the Center of the Earth, Lost World and Valley of Dinosaurs, John Carter's adventures on Mars,
20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and on and on.
We know these examples to be works of fiction, but, when they were first published, they were very much also works of speculation.
Ancient man did the very same thing; made up stories about inaccessible places and the "people" or beings they imagined would or could come from such
These imaginary speculations became part of the social fabric in storytelling and eventually integrated culturally as origin stories, because, hey,
what's better than just talking about people from the sky, but actually being descended from them?
That's how the "SAME" stories feature all over the planet. Additionally, people come from other people and they take their stories with them, so, we
can see a fair similarity in geographically close and adjacent cultures when it comes to origin stories.
Pyramids? All over the planet?
This argument might hold water if every pyramid structure all over the planet was built exactly the same, but, no, such is not the case.
Every pyramid is unique to its own culture, and in the case of some cultures, we've adequate historicity in the progression of development of
engineering practices up to the building of the first pyramid.
Further, primitive engineering-wise, what do you expect? Skyscrapers built from steel and glass?
One of the most effectively stable structures to build using primitive technologies and materials is a pyramid. It's a no-brainer.
If aliens were involved, we should be finding skyscrapers built above and beyond modern standards.
Nothing, however, above and beyond the ability of humans to imagine and accomplish all their own entirely independent of any outside consulting is in
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