posted on Feb, 19 2014 @ 03:20 PM
According to nearly all recorded and oral histories, mankind was created on this planet exclusively. The stories usually start with a void or lack of
things and some deity-type of consciousness decides to create/summon/alter and makes life. Long story short, we are only a recent life form when
compared to the universe.
Why are we being conditioned to think that humans are only on Earth?
A lot of ancient astronaut theory relies on the fact that we needed help to accomplish the wonders of antiquity. E.t. intervention build the
pyramids, gave mankind tech, knowledge, etc. Without them we would still be beating rocks together to make it rain.
Why are we being conditioned to think that mankind is a simpleton?
What if mankind is not indigenous to Earth but instead are imprisoned? A look at history of man on this planet is blood soaked for nothing more than
ideologies. What if mankind here on Earth is the remaining stock spared destruction as a punitive punishment meted out as some Galactic Court
verdict. It could also shed light on why our own technological developments are being hindered.
Ancient Astronaut theory does have good points and the preceding was not a dig at proponents
edit on 19-2-2014 by Redboxin because: clause and affect