I'we been looking at a stone picture of 4 sumerians. On each outer side, left and right, have eagle like heads, but the 2 in the middle has human like heads. I was think for a moment the eagles may be the sumerian females, and the human like may be the sumerian males. And ref. Bible: Genesis 2:23 "And Adam said, This is now bone of my bones, and flesh of my flesh: she shall be called Woman, because she was taken out of Man." And from the Bible ref. Genesis 6:2 "That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose." Is this a good mix or what :)
"For thousands of years, humans have recorded events that seem to suggest other-worldly beings came down from the skies to visit Earth".
Subject: The Sumerians and the Bible By: Pretty_Boy Date: 30/11/2018
Subject: Ancient Aliens and Ark of the Covenant By: Elaine Ohm Date: 28/11/2018
One question that wasn't asked, just how did the uneducated Hebrews, who were very skilled at making mud bricks, (with and without straw), have the knowledge to build such a powerful, as alluded to, energy source that caused death? Where did they get the tools and materials from, not to mention an engineering degree to make it function? I understand computers, but I would be hard pressed to build one from scratch.....and I know where to buy parts.....
Subject: The ethos of the show By: Brian Allan Date: 26/11/2018
Giorgio, Childress et all, make utterly unsubstantiated and unverified claims based on anomalies that have occurred throughout history. The most commonly used words and phrases on the show are 'maybe', 'perhaps', 'it is said', 'ancient aliens theorists claim that' and so on. The images shown are anomalous that it true, but that is all they are, anomalous, and to base an entire hypothesis that everything that our ancestors did was at the behest of, or with the assistance of, ET's is deeply flawed. Why is there never anyone who understands this phenomenon to give an alternative view and why is there this basic assumption that our ancient ancestors were too stupid of lacked the expertise to achieve the magnificent examples of civil engineering that they did? The show is designed to appeal to a specific audience that either uncritically and unquestioningly buys into the ancient alien hypothesis, or has no real interest in the matter and lacks the background knowledge to make a judgement.
Subject: Re: The ethos of the show By: Ancient Alien History Date: 07/12/2018
Thank you for your comment. This website has no output for the television show called Ancient Aliens.
However, I can offer the following.
The subject you mention of offering an alternative explanation has already been discussedby the shows curators. Chariots of the gods has this type of format and so did episode one, season one. More or less the same was trying to remain true too it's name, Ancient Aliens. The show is based from one view point...if I wanted my thesis or in this case, hypothesis to be recognized as a theory, than one would tend to stay on topic. And I see that you recognize to that Ancient Aliens is a hypothesis. And when it is a theory...than the language will change to, and instead of; What if, it'll be It is proven.
Subject: Re: Re: The ethos of the show By: Brian Allan Date: 10/12/2018
First many thanks for the reply, at least it shows that someone curates the site and that is heartening. The use of the term 'hypothesis' is interesting, because the way the show comes over is as a stated fact. I have no doubt whatsoever that we have been, and are being, visited by entities that do not belong in our version of reality. I am also convinced that the paranormal and Ufology are two sides of the same coin, there is no difference except in the context. I say that to let you know that we are on the same side here, but I do find it laugh-out-loud funny when Giorgio and his friends state as a fact, I can't accept that they see it as a hypothesis, that just about everything our forefathers achieved was entirely due to ET involvement practically from day one. I have actually shouted at the TV for them to 'stop it', just 'stop it'. I have written several books now, 11 or 12 I forget which, dealing with various aspects of the ET/paranormal crossover phenomenon and am still doing so, but with more emphasis on the paranormal side of it, although to be honest I have come to the conclusion that there is at least one answer for at least some it and that is quantum entanglement. Anyway I do still watch A. A. it to see what fresh unprovable claims will emerge, and yes, I do still yell at the TV.
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