In an try and make some progress, I made a decision to pay sixty dollars for a evaluation of my historic astronaut website. In fact, this was to be a evaluation by skeptics; a review by New Age believers would be worthless. Their weblog’s description was “essential opinions of paranormal claims on the Internet.” The intermediary granted them five days to perform their evaluate but that has long since come and gone, and never a phrase from them. My website presents an unlimited quantity of evidence and, in fact, I could not anticipate anybody to produce a very good critical evaluate in simply five days. Nobody, together with myself, would wish to see rapidly ready and frivolous arguments, else I would make them look ridiculous in my counter arguments. Furthermore, some of my evidence comes from Spanish-language sources and, to start, they would want time to verify that none of it’s a hoax. They’re welcome to all the time they want.
What to expect from this blog is unsure. There are skeptics who are as narrow-minded of their pondering as their New Age counterparts, and then once more, there are skeptics, like me, who objectively consider the evidence to reach on the truth. Was there a real ancient astronaut? To assist the skeptics reply that question, I will give them some ideas on learn how to refute my theories. Here, solely for house concerns, I’ll think about the archaeological evidence, leaving apart concepts on methods to refute the cryptology and theology evidence for one more day.
My web site reproduces engravings from the Tiwanaku civilization in Bolivia. A type of engravings depicts the alleged ancient astronaut as an aquatic with a three-pronged tail, with every of the three prongs ending in a pod. How do the skeptics refute that? Easy. They merely must reveal that the form of those pods resembles some type of animal or flora to be present in that area. In different words, they need to discover a terrestrial supply for these engravings, in any other case my extraterrestrial arguments stay unhurt. The timing of the Tiwanaku sky-god drawings coincides with the timing of the Nazca Strains in Peru, so the traditional astronaut of each places has to be one and the same. For Nazca, the skeptics will find many ready-made arguments, however I contemplate all of them weak. The mentality of the people of Nazca cannot be assumed to be unique in human historical past. It needs to be demonstrated that folks elsewhere also believed that the sun, moon, or sky-spirits had physical eyes that would observe ground drawings. Alternatively, it has to be demonstrated that the folks of Nazca worshipped birds, believing them to have cognitive intelligence.
The recorded engravings on the cosmological Solar Disk, alleged alien artifact, might prove to be the largest 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 attainable to orbit the Earth, c) knew that sunlight hanging the moon may replicate back to strike a spaceship, d) knew that the dark clouds alongside the Milky Means contained stars within, and e) knew that water fashioned the idea of plant and animal evolution? Right here the skeptics would wish to seek out parallels within the historical past of western civilization. I look forward to their response.