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Aeroflot

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#21 8 years ago

I doubt aliens came to help us in ancient times. What is more likely the answer is that in the past there were some larger-than-life individuals who had the creative minds to have certain things built. If we can have faith in anything, it's that there will always be people with great visions. For what, who knows.




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#22 8 years ago

[COLOR=blue]In this past century, people are just now rediscovering and reinventing, technologies, knowledges, and wisdoms that humans already possessed thousands of years ago. If the Library of Alexandria had not been torched, it is almost flabbergasting to think about how much more advanced we would be today.[COLOR=black][/COLOR] [COLOR=black] [/COLOR] [COLOR=black] [/COLOR] [COLOR=blue]The problem was already stated, in that Christian saw everything as the work of Satan. As a result, they sought to eliminate all of Satan's work. If what they destroyed was Satan's work, then modern humans are living in the very deepest depths of Hell, even Christian priests.[/COLOR][/COLOR]


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#23 8 years ago
Ancient cultures throughout the planet all seem to have something in common, yet they've never come across one another, that we know of.

So it's more likely that aliens came to contact us than it is for a naturally curious, adventurous, knowledge-eating species as humans to travel to another civilization on earth? People like the Polynesians, who traveled thousands of miles by boat, never ever ran into another civilization? Isn't it possible that perhaps given the time, all people will eventually figure out how to build space ships?

Of course, there are too many narrow minded people on these forums, I tend to agree with Lindale, he isn't "nuts", he just has a really rare view on how it could have happened, one I share with him.

Just because people don't agree with you and Lindale, that doesn't mean they're narrow minded. It could also be that you're overly imaginative. See, I'm not narrow minded; I'm a firm believer in possibilities. :D




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#24 8 years ago
Schofield;5368209Of course, there are too many narrow minded people on these forums, I tend to agree with Lindale, he isn't "nuts", he just has a really rare view on how it could have happened, one I share with him.[/QUOTE]

[COLOR=blue]I thank you for the support. I know I am somewhat unconventional. As a result, I have been labeled as "mysteriously perplexing."[/COLOR] [QUOTE=Aeroflot;5368262]Just because people don't agree with you and Lindale, that doesn't mean they're narrow minded. [COLOR=blue]This is also correct. Everyone possesses their own unique viewpoints.[/COLOR]


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#25 8 years ago
Lindale;5367927I believe in it all in much the same way that most believe that they breathe air; it is not a question. I will not start naming examples, as the shows have already done such a great job at that. As for myself, there are elements of my own body, personality, and even my very memories that do not conform to what you can expect from the majority of humans. I will not go into details on this. Suffice it to say, these has raised some questions as to my own origins.

r u dumb




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#26 8 years ago
Vasili;5368345r u dumb

You're calling him dumb because he has a different view than you do? I'd like to see how you look at this?:uhh:




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#27 8 years ago
Lindale;5368225[COLOR=blue]In this past century, people are just now rediscovering and reinventing, technologies, knowledges, and wisdoms that humans already possessed thousands of years ago. If the Library of Alexandria had not been torched, it is almost flabbergasting to think about how much more advanced we would be today.[/COLOR][/QUOTE] [COLOR=Black] Ah what wonders would the library hold for us eh? [/COLOR][QUOTE=Lindale;5368225] [COLOR=blue]The problem was already stated, in that Christian saw everything as the work of Satan. As a result, they sought to eliminate all of Satan's work. If what they destroyed was Satan's work, then modern humans are living in the very deepest depths of Hell, even Christian priests.[/COLOR]

Begs the question Are Christians worshiping God or Satan? But will this isn't the Religious thread now eh?

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#28 8 years ago
Aeroflot;5368262So it's more likely that aliens came to contact us than it is for a naturally curious, adventurous, knowledge-eating species as humans to travel to another civilization on earth? People like the Polynesians, who traveled thousands of miles by boat, never ever ran into another civilization? Isn't it possible that perhaps given the time, all people will eventually figure out how to build space ships?[/QUOTE] Notice how I didn't specify any group of people.. Try reading the post again but do not over-think it. [QUOTE=Aeroflot;5368262]Just because people don't agree with you and Lindale, that doesn't mean they're narrow minded. It could also be that you're overly imaginative. See, I'm not narrow minded; I'm a firm believer in possibilities. :D

I never said they needed to agree with me. But there are a lot of narrow minds on this forum (and most), once again I never specified a person, I simply said a lot of narrow minds.




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#29 8 years ago

Also that site that was linked to: The Great Pyramid Is absolutely ridiculous.

The height of the Pyramid's apex is 5,812.98 inches
happens to be 5,449 inches. That is the exact height of the Pyramid.

I understand that "height" and "apex" may refer to slightly different measurements but still, consistency would be nice.




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#30 8 years ago
Schofield;5368524Notice how I didn't specify any group of people.. Try reading the post again but do not over-think it.

Your point was that ancient civilization on earth all had commonalities but how could they if they never met one another. I didn't misread it at all. Now before jumping to conclusions that aliens had shown humans how to do things, which we've got no evidence for, consider that, again, given enough time, humans will all develop similar technologies and ideas, because they are biologically programed.

I never said they needed to agree with me. But there are a lot of narrow minds on this forum (and most), once again I never specified a person, I simply said a lot of narrow minds.

So explain just why they are narrow minded.