- Education and Science
The Annuaki Revisited or Do You Believe Modern Man Was Created in a Test Tube?
Maybe I Think too Much
I have always been a science fiction fan, and a few days ago when I ran
into the Annuaki on You Tube I was extremely interested in the legends.
I think that at one time or another everyone lets their imagination
take over and we come up with some "wild ideas". I remember as a
small boy in church day dreaming during the sermon and thinking of how
each of the atoms in our bodies could be a universe and that we could
be on an electron and part of some larger universe. It was kind of
picture in a picture in a picture.... type of thought. Not a very
probable reality perhaps but it was interesting to look at, though my
Grandmother probably would not approve that I had tuned out the sermon.
So the idea that the missing link was the fact that man was given genetically engineered upgrades by an advanced race was intriguing. In addition the idea that these "visitors" were from a yet to be discovered planet in our own Solar system made it even more outlandish, but at the same time the fact that scientists agree that there is another planet gets one sucked back into the possibilities. So I just had to write Could Our Ancestors Have Come From Another Planet even though I had only touched on the surface of the idea.
I found a great deal more data on the subject so I am adding more videos covering the theories that have been advanced. I hope you find them as interesting as I did.
The Annuaki Interpreted
Is This How We Get Sci-Fi?
Now assuming that this scenario is a possibility and seeing that we are
on the verge of using genetic engineering our selves, what are the
possibilities and how far do you think future generations will carry
these possibilities? It may not have the appeal of the Stargate SG1
extrapolations but it would certainly make entertaining Sci-Fi. I
wonder if this is how writers for these sci-fi programs handle writers
block. They just start googling ancient myths and legends and out pops
the next episode.
Now what I also found interesting here was how this makes "The book of Genesis" make total sense from a scientific viewpoint. I think that is part of its appeal. We love it when some thing makes mysteries make sense. There is so much we don't know and we find plausible explanations a "thought magnet". The more plausible the better and though there is no way to prove there one way or another, we tend to accept the explanation that intrigues us the most.
I might even try my hand at writing some Sci-Fi some day, but not today since I don't have a prayer of even doing 30 hubs in 30 days and it might take me 30 days just to write a passable story. Still the mind works away and I at least have something to look forward to.