- Apr 11, 2011
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Are aliens to blame for all the world's religions?
Yes but most of the deities that we worship come from the sky as do aliens. How do you know that gods aren't aliens? Ancient humans met them saw the amazing technologies that they had and mistaked them for gods with amazing abilities and then told stories about how one day they would return and take us with them.
Aliens creating the world's religions is actually more plausible than that god exists and formed the world's religions. But, not by much, really.
It is incredibly plausible and there is plenty of evidence that aliens visited earth in the past...the nazca lines that are only visible from the sky an alien battle that was documented in the nuremburg newspaper in the 16th century. The fact that Egyptians had lightbulbs and batteries inside to light their tombs. The pyramids which is mathematically implausible for ancient man to build unless dirceted from some otherworldly being with technology. Ancient deities battling over india in flying machines and now there are increased radiation in the ancient ruins of mohenjo daro. Statues of south American gods with space helmets on their heads. Gods that fly in chariots and throw lightning bolts. and why would ancient man be so obsessed with space and build observatories? I can keep going but I'd like to see what you have to say about all of that
I'm not saying that what ancient humans called gods is false I'm saying that they were ET's that they mistaked for gods and worshiped them as if they were gods even though they were other intelligent beings from other planets.
Exactly the point that I am trying to make the Gods that people worship today were simply extraterrestrials that we saw that they had amazing technologies and we mistaked this for the divine/spiritual. These "gods" did not create us we were already here and we met these aliens that gave us knowledge and technology and we worshiped them because were grateful for them doing this.
There is plenty of evidence, the stonhenge, the pyramids, the nazca lines that are only visible from the sky. Stories of ancient wars with deities in India with FLYING machines and weapons that can vaporize entire cities and increased radiation at Mohenjo Daro. Noah's Ark and the great flood which it is impossible to fit two of every animal on one boat. When ezekial saw god and angels come down from the sky on metal contraptions. Sodom and Gomorrah were both destroyed by nuclear weapons Lot's wife was basically vaporized he told his wife not too look back to the city and she was turned to a pillar of salt...You're not supposed to look at a nuclear blast either. The effects of the Ark of the Covenant being very similar to radiation poisoning fingernails falling off people loosing their hair. Egyptians had lightbulbs inside their tombs powered by batteries from Mesopotamia. South American statues of gods that have space helmets on and gods that are in spaceships. The crystal skulls that are impossible to make without technology. there is plenty of evidence you just haven't heard about any of it yet
Well, seeing as there's no evidence that this occurred, I'm going to remain skeptical ok?
You are using the term"evidence" in a very loose manner. I.E., evidence is anything used to support an assertion. I wouldn't qualify unverifiable hear-say or testimony as "evidence". If you do then you must admit that there is evidence for unicorns, leprechauns, zeus, bug-eyed aliens, and all manner of things.Sloppy argumentation. There is certainly evidence, you quoted in this very post. Andrew's evidence is that deities are often said to come from the sky, just as aliens might, is evidence. Whether or not you find this evidence persuasive is another issue.
It this nitpicking? Perhaps. But when you come into a thread with that sort of snotty attitude you're displaying here, you better make damn sure you understand what you are talking about.
You are using the term"evidence" in a very loose manner. I.E., evidence is anything used to support an assertion. I wouldn't qualify unverifiable hear-say or testimony as "evidence". If you do then you must admit that there is evidence for unicorns, leprechauns, zeus, bug-eyed aliens, and all manner of things.
What I mean when I say "evidence" is something "empirically observable" or "repeatable".