posted on Nov, 8 2007 @ 08:52 AM
Evolution and Creationism are interesting. They can easily co-exist. Not that I subscribe to such a theory, but I have to admit that I find it seems
to fill in the holes for me better than anything else. I mean, why couldn't the living things of Earth, excluding humans, have put here millions of
years ago by some higher power, and then evolved on their own since then? Unfortunately this is a blatant use of "God" or an "Intelligent
Designer" to explain the unexplainable.
To get back to the original topic though, it is fascinating to let the imagination wander when considering all of the possibilities of our origins
with an open mind. Some time ago, in another thread, I mentioned this idea that I had come up with a few years ago. It actually pertains quite closely
to this post. The idea was intended to be the basis for a long story or perhaps a novel that I may write some day. But as time has passed and I've
read more about the Anunnaki and other ancient stuff, I am wondering if perhaps the idea isn't so outlandish after all.
Basically the premise is that humans were created by another race of beings. These beings, while highly advanced, still pursued new technologies with
a great deal of effort. Part of those efforts included the seeding of many planets with the new race of beings that they created. After seeding a
planet, and perhaps occasionally providing a small amount of guidance (Kulkulkan/Quetzalcoatl is a good example) when the humans were ready to learn
of agriculture, medicine, language, education, etc., the creators would then stop all direct interaction with that planet. At some point, well after
leaving, they would return to all of the seeded planets in order to farm/collect new technologies or other advancements from the seeded planets that
would also benefit the creator race.