Subject: Man's Ancient Origins By: Fred Howe Date: 29/01/2018

I have read and seen much speculation about Man's origins, including the ancient texts' interpretations, and modern theories about aliens seeding humanity around the globe. In counterpoint to that, I have also seen many speculations both ancient and modern, that in the remote past there were highly advanced civilizations with high degrees of technological advancement. What if, as the question asks, it were (ALL) true? What if, as it has been conjectured, there WERE technologically advanced civilizations placed strategically around the world in the far distant past that were in actuality colonial outposts of Alien visitors, set down in different environnments and terrains to establish a foothold on the (possibly terraformed) virgin Earth? Each of these colonies could have been populated with a different subset of the experimental "human" species, as well as varying groups of flora and fauna, as some evidence suggests. Imagining long, long periods of time between the initial colonization and subsequent visitations by the aliens, is it possible that, rather than the ESTABLISHED scientific theory of the Evolution of Mankind, what actually happened in these colonial outposts was that some were eventually deemed to be unsatisfactory outcomes (Sodom and Gomorrah, Mohenjo-Daro) and were simply destroyed by their creators, some succumbed to natural disasters (Atlantis, Lemuria ?), and others simply failed of their own accord. It is this latter group that we should consider were responsible for the many, unbelievably advanced examples of architecture and mathematics, remnants of which we see today. The evidence of more recent "advanced" cultures (Aztecs, Incas, Sumerians, and others who are credited with the marvelous works (temples, carvings, pyramids) may well have been nothing more than the DEVOLVING remains of the much earlier failed colonies, who began to forget their purpose and became less and less civilized until they, too, succumbed. The few colonies that managed to persist and thrive despite all odds, as well as, perhaps, more newly settled colonies of aliens could be the what produced what we call modern humans. And, taking a long look at what I've just written, wouldn't that be the exact, desired outcome of such a long term experiment? I would think Ancient Alien Theorists would say a resounding "Yes".

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