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"Did the early Egyptians have help in building the pyramids?" All over the
world remain fantastic objects, vestiges of people or forces which the theories
of archaeology, history, and religion cannot explain. There is something
inconsistent about our archaeology. They have found electric batteries many
thousands of years old. They have found strange beings in perfect space-suits
with platinum fasteners. They have also found numbers with fifteen digits-
something not registered by any computer. How did the early men acquire the
ability to do this? \par \tab Some say all these questions can be answered
through the evidence found in ancient wall paintings and carvings, and the
sculpture and buildings found in many different parts of the world. All over
Europe and South America there is evidence left behind by the ancient people of
these great civilizations.\par \tab First, a look at whether there is or could
be intelligent life on other planets. It is conceivable that we world citizens
of the twentieth century are not the only living beings of our kind in the
cosmos. Because no aliens\par from another planet is on display in a museum
for us to visit, the answer, "our earth is the only planet with human beings,"
still seems to be legitimate and convincing. But that is a very narrow-minded
way to look at things. The idea that life can flourish only under terrestrial
conditions has been made obsolete by research. It is a mistake to believe
that life cannot exist without water and oxygen. Even on our own earth there
are forms of life that need no oxygen. They are called anaerobic bacteria.
A given amount of oxygen acts like poison on them. Why should there not be
higher forms of life that do not need oxygen?\par We are still convinced that
our earth is the center of everything, although it has been proved that the
earth is an ordinary star of insignificant size-30,000 light-years from the
center of the Milky Way. The human race is certainly more willing to accept
the possibility of extraterrestria l contact now than it was, say, half a
century ago. So if there is evidence shown the extraterrestrials did have an
influence on ancient civilizations, we should be able to look at it and make
a intelligent decision for ourselves.\par \tab Much evidence is found on the
walls of ancient buildings and temples. The walls of tombs and even caves
have the signature of something other than human.
In Anannhet, Tassili there are rock paintings 8,000 years old with strong figures.
These figures are flying above a spherical object with a hatch like lid and two
protrustions, l that seem to be spitting fire or smoke. Also, on these rock
paintings there is a painting of a creature with antenna-like excrescence's on
his arms and thighs. He has a helmet with slits for eyes nose, and mouth.
There is a naked woman next to him. Also, in the Libyan Desert there are Stone
Age Cave paintings of floating people, creatures. How do cavemen, or how would
they think of floating men? They didn't ev en have a spoken language. On
another Tassili Mountains there is a man that seems to be wearing a close
fitting spacesuit like that in modern times. A disc was found named the
"genetic disc". It was named this because on each side on the disc there were
carvings of the life from conception to full growth the disc is dated around
12,000 B>C> This is very amazing since prehistoric inhabitants of Colombia
or anywhere else for that matter didn't have microscopes and therefore it
would have been almost impossible to know of spermatozoa. So where did they
get this knowledge Many wall paintings and carvings are just this. They
show men in modern day astronaut suits and wings. There are carvings of
flying machines in many places all over the world. Did these ancient people
just think of these creatures and very modern objects? One must remember
most ancient civilizations depicted everyday life on their walls and things that
really happened to them. So why would they draw space suits and fl
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