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U-Turn in Evolution

Updated on March 1, 2013
Kiev Idol dated 4000 BC
Kiev Idol dated 4000 BC

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By now I am sure that you have seen some of the ancient cave drawings that some people say depict spacemen.

Many more of these drawings are said to represent spacecraft. These drawings have been found from all over the world, India, Australia, Egypt and the Americas.

Although some are convinced that these represent and prove, the theory that in our ancient past we have been visited by aliens, others are skeptical.

The skeptics say that these are just badly drawn representations of earthly things.

An idol was found in Kiev. This idol has been estimated to have been dated to approximately 4000 BC. To some it is seen as a replica of an alien.

Ancient Helicopter
Ancient Helicopter

Skeptics

Even faced with what appears to be a helicopter and a tank in an ancient Egyptian Pyramid, the skeptics remain adamant that these are just products of the imagination of our ancestors.

It has to be admitted that if the ancients did manage to build the Pyramids and other monuments on their own, then they certainly did possess an enormous amount of imagination.

However if that was the case, what happened to that imagination in the following thousands of years?

Did evolution somehow take a U-turn?

If so, then how and what caused it?

Today, we still have imagination but and we build upon it still. However, we do not then totally forget what we build, then imagine something else, we build one upon another thereby advancing and evolving as nature intended.

Idol of Kiev

This idol is either the representation of an alien or the representation of a human dressed in some kind of armor.

OK, so you don’t believe in ancient alien visitations. In which case, we will call this a representation of a human in armor.

Boots, gloves, helmet and pivoted elbow joints.

This was in 4000 BC, so what happened to this technology for several thousands of years?

Even if it was just a model made of something in one persons imagination, thousands of years?

Da Vinci’s imaginations only took a few hundred years to materialize, why would these take so much longer?

The ancient alien theorists are often scorned by the skeptics but at least they are putting forward theories. The scientific skeptics can put forward no other plausible theories.

I thought that scientists were supposed to accept the possibility of any theory until it can be disproved.

Proof, one way or the other may never come but as archeologists continue to find and excavate new sites, the possible evidence of an ancient extraterrestrial visitation increases.

Will the weight of evidence ever be enough to gag the skeptics?

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      gogogo 6 years ago

      I have always been fascinated with aliens, but not sure how and when they visited earth. Our earth has gone thru many evolutions,so somethings got lost in the translation

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      Angel Ward 6 years ago from Galveston, TX

      interesting hub...I have studied this for years and if scientists would quit logically justifying everything, they would see the ancients warned us of it all along, but these aliens are just fallen angels, read the bible, Enoch etc, they created hybrids and were expelled from earth... Time travel has also been proven, scientists call them aliens, and also call dragons and beasts dinasours, they only prove our ancients texts all the more, the only sad thing is how many cultures believed the lies of these demons, Aztecs and others, thinking worshipping them is good...Enoch proved how disasterous that can be... Time travel, the helicopter...look up worm holes, hitler, and the Pineal gland...that will trip some people out...lol

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      diogenes 6 years ago

      Look at all the fanciful figures the ancients drew of their gods, none of which had ever been seen of course. It's not too much of a stretch to think some of them might have come from the stars. It is extremely unlikely any aliens, wherever they are and whenever they arrive here will look remotely human anyway. Bob

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