Human corpses of all ages — children, youth, adults, the elderly — were found inside and outside the houses of Kuélap. Archaeologists believe, because these bodies were not buried according to funerary rituals, a massacre occurred in Kuélap. Anthropologist Alfredo Narváez said it was not the work of the Incas or the Spaniards. He drew […]
Part 6: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — How Human Are the Gods?
Returning to our research on Ancient Astronauts and their appearance in world religions including Christianity, I find Aristotle’s quote on gods enlightening. Greek philosopher and scientist, Aristotle, is credited as being “the first genuine scientist in history … and every scientist is in his debt” says the Encyclopædia Britannica. Aristotle was born in 384 BC and died in 322 […]
Part 5: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — What Are We?
Connecting the Dots A whiny old man — that is what he calls himself—who is a friend and reader — asked me why all the God stuff. If you are new and are here to read blogs on science fiction, or the paranormal, or just weird stuff, you’re probably wondering why the talk about religion […]
Part 3: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — Moses Was a Polytheist.
As I read more and more of the research my guest blogger, Ike Fehr, shares with regards to the connection between Ancient Astronauts and world religions, I see evidence that perhaps the beliefs handed down to me in my Sunday School classes may have missed out teaching me a couple of key facts. And perhaps, […]
Part 2: Ancient Astronauts and Religion — The Plurality of the Gods.
I’ve been questioning things in the bible since I started teaching Sunday School to younger kids when I was in the eighth grade. Yes, I was more of a babysitter than a teacher, but I didn’t know that at the time. So I took my job seriously. While preparing for one of my Sunday morning […]
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