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| Re: Native people - UFO`s & Aliens..
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I will watch these videos tomorrow. They look interesting.
I know that alot of native American, Canadian, central and south american indian cultures believe that they either came from the stars, were put here by sky people, or are children of sky people, or that sky people are their gods. There is even a story of an entire culture of native Americans that were taken back to the stars on ships. They disappeared off the face of the earth. But since it happened in prehistory, all we have are stories.
As for religion and aliens in general, gods and aliens may be the same thing. People always talk about parallels between religions. What people do not usually consider is that culture is highly malleable, people travel, cultural stories influance one another, etc. Couple that with the fact that we have had language for about a million years, (before homosapien), and it makes sense that stories will have many parallels. We have been telling flood stories for well over 10,000 years. At least, that's when the first stories were recorded. They were told well before that.
I am not trying to discount ancient alien theory, but. It could go either way.
I am not wholeheartedly convinced of either argument -for or against- ancient aliens.
But I have said before, in several posts that I doubt believe that they screwed with our DNA over tens of thousands of years to create humans, especially considering that with 40 years of scientific knowledge, we have cracked the human genome, neanderthal genome, and dozens of others, we can clone animals, make body parts and organs, we can genetically alter any animal to give it various traits and can even turn chickens into tiny DINOSAURS, and can encode MP3's onto strands of DNA. So, it would not take a highly advanced race tens of thousands or millions of years to turn a proto human into a human. I'm fairly sure that if religion, ethics and fear did not rule our world and science could run its course, and be allowed to advance with proper funding, within 15 years we could turn a chimp into a fully intelligent and cognitive creature by altering a few pieces of DNA.
Not that I want this, but, my point is, the evolution of humans happened naturally over a long period of time, due to natural selection, environmental reasons etc. not through aliens. However, it is fairly likely, or at least plausible, that they visited us in the past, and continue to visit us, and more than likely did spread dna to us through mating.
However, we have found zero evidence of non terrestrial DNA in our genome. We dont know what every gene is or what they do, but they can all be compared to other life forms and all of it Is accounted for. We share 98% of the dna from a chimp, or something like that. The 2% difference are enough to make a human. That 2% is not extraterrestrial.
In any lifeforms which we have sequenced on this earth, none but the octopus and relatives if the octopus, have markedly different dna, and even that, is relative.
But on the other hand, we make new discoveries every day, and we may find something in our DNA that was missed. We have a lot to learn.
With that said, I do believe that aliens come here, have been coming here and will continue to do so. And I believe that they have taken countless people throughout history, some never to return. I believe that they use our DNA to make hybrids, and I also believe that once we start traveling beyond our little nook in the galaxy, we will find other human life on other planets which WERE definitely put there by aliens. We will be genetically related to them. But I feel like we are version 1.0 and others sprung from us, and may or may not have alien genes as well. This may sound selfish and very "the universe revolves around us", but if what i said above is true about us not having alien dna, then this theory makes at least a small amount of sense, provided that aliens are actually stealing humans and not returning them.
However, all of it is highly debatable, since we dont know everything.
I choose to be consciously incompetent... (I know, that I don't know, therefore I can ask the questions). That is better than being unconsciously incompetent (I don't know that I don't know, so there is nothing more to know and, what I do know is what I believe and nothing else)
Insufficient facts always invite danger. In critical moments, men sometimes see exactly what they wish to see. Where there is no emotion, there is no motive for violence and without followers, evil cannot spread.
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