Over the course of the past year, I closely assisted a colleague in writing a series of ten articles covering diverse aspects of my ancient astronaut theory. All ten of those articles circulated widely around the globe and view counters on many sites indicated plentiful readership, but feedback to me, or to her, from anywhere, was non-existent. There was neither criticism nor acclaim from anyone. Just silence. I was starting to think that perhaps no one in world wants to take ancient astronauts seriously.
In an attempt to make some progress, I decided to pay sixty dollars for a review of my ancient astronaut website. Of course, this was to be a review by skeptics; a review by New Age believers would be worthless. Their blog's description was "critical reviews of paranormal claims on the Internet." The intermediary granted them five days to perform their review but that has long since come and gone, and not a word from them. My website presents a vast amount of evidence and, in truth, I could not expect anyone to produce a good critical review in just five days. No one, including myself, would want to see quickly prepared and frivolous arguments, else I would make them look ridiculous in my counter arguments. Moreover, some of my evidence comes from Spanish-language sources and, to start, they would need time to verify that none of it is a hoax. They are welcome to all the time they need.
What to expect from this blog is uncertain. There are skeptics who are as narrow-minded in their thinking as their New Age counterparts, and then again, there are skeptics, like me, who objectively evaluate the evidence to arrive at the truth. Was there a real ancient astronaut? To help the skeptics answer that question, I will give them some ideas on how to refute my theories. Here, solely for space considerations, I will concentrate on the archaeological evidence, leaving aside ideas on how to refute the cryptology and theology evidence for another day.
My website reproduces engravings from the Tiwanaku civilization in Bolivia. One of those engravings depicts the alleged ancient astronaut as an aquatic with a three-pronged tail, with each of the three prongs ending in a pod. How do the skeptics refute that? Easy. They simply need to demonstrate that the shape of those pods resembles some form of animal or plant life to be found in that region. In other words, they need to find a terrestrial source for those engravings, otherwise my extraterrestrial arguments remain unharmed.
The timing of the Tiwanaku sky-god drawings coincides with the timing of the Nazca Lines in Peru, so the ancient astronaut of both places has to be one and the same. For Nazca, the skeptics will find many ready-made arguments, but I consider all of them weak. The mentality of the people of Nazca cannot be assumed to be unique in human history. It has to be demonstrated that people elsewhere also believed that the sun, moon, or sky-spirits had physical eyes that could observe ground drawings. Alternatively, it has to be demonstrated that the people of Nazca worshipped birds, believing them to have cognitive intelligence.
The recorded engravings on the cosmological Sun Disk, alleged alien artifact, may prove to be the biggest challenge for the skeptics. How are we to believe that the Andeans of the early sixteenth century a) knew that the Earth was round, b) knew that it was possible to orbit the Earth, c) knew that sunlight striking the moon could reflect back to strike a spaceship, d) knew that the dark clouds along the Milky Way contained stars within, and e) knew that water formed the basis of plant and animal evolution? Here the skeptics would need to find parallels in the history of western civilization. I look forward to their response.
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The artists of Tiwanaku bent over backwards to accurately depict, for posterity, the characteristics of the alien phenomenon that suddenly appeared them. They used fish heads to symbolize that this creature was an aquatic, puma heads to signal that it was a powerful and agile creature, bird heads to show that the creature could fly, and human heads to indicate that this creature had intelligence. The artists drew pictures of the alien's astronaut helmet, its spacesuit, its hand-held instruments, its communication device, and its three-pod aquatic tail as best they could.
Beyond these depictions of an intelligent aquatic with flying capabilities, the artwork of the greater region of alien contact, roughly the Tiwanaku-Nazca-Cuzco triangle, shows few signs of fantasy. Look at the drawings on the Nazca plain: birds, fish, flowers, all natural stuff. Similarly, the creature we see on the Nazca pottery and in the Tiwanaku engravings should be representative of something real. Chances are high that the Tiwanaku artists are depicting a genuine ancient astronaut, high enough that the matter merits serious investigation by the world's scientists.
No investigation is underway. This is understandable. Scientists are a product of an educational system that concentrates on imparting knowledge of practical use rather than on developing thinking skills, so they may be unaware that it is possible to communicate with symbols. For them, the Andeans drew fish heads, bird heads, puma heads, and human heads merely because those were the animals they ate. More fundamentally, I suspect that our scientists, along with most other humans, have a mental block against recognizing ancient astronauts for the reason that the existence of extraterrestrial life runs contrary to their religious beliefs.
A curious question arises. Why did the ancient astronaut decide to make direct contact, and even establish a friendship, with the people of the Andes and not with the people of Europe or elsewhere? That question is easy to answer. In the sixth century, the Andean region was likely the most alien-friendly place on Earth, so it is only logical that the alien would want to descend there.
It is unknown if the ancient astronaut also attempted direct contact with Europeans and we will probably never know. Religious censors routinely extinguished all records of contact with demons. Fortunately, the propagators of ignorance had not yet found a way to cross the Atlantic, so the mentality of the Andeans remained uninfected with ideas of devils and demons, and they were able to welcome the alien with open arms.
None of the above excludes all other possibilities. I have found evidence (available online at my website) that the Andean alien, in the same time frame, established covert, indirect contact in the Near East with a group of Judaic scholars and with an Arab by the name of Mohammed. The legacy of those encounters was a series of three books, written in the Latin, Hebrew, and Arabic languages, respectively.
There are no indications of similar intervention with Christianity. The alien may have been disillusioned with Christianity, not for what it was in theory, but for what it had become in practice: "The holy law in total ruin, by other laws all of Christianity." Hand in hand with this, the alien expresses or implies criticism of warfare, conquests, assassinations, censorship, colonialism, and slavery. Ironically, the only one in sight with interest in obeying the holy law seems to be the alien.
Where do we go from here? For my part, I remain content for having contemplating the extraordinary genius of that creature. From the Christian world, I am expecting continued efforts to suppress ancient astronaut theories alongside renewed efforts to create a path to nuclear warfare. Meanwhile, I have higher expectations for what might come out of Israel and the Islamic world. It is reasonable to anticipate some openness to ancient astronauts from alien-influenced religions.
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