> the problema with saying that "ancient people all over the
> world (wrote) stories about space people" is the problema of
> translating ancient texts and languages that only a handful of
> "experts" are capable of doing....
> Sitchin, por ejemplo, interpreted a lot of stuff in way and
> other cuneiform experts say it ain't like that at all....
All this is the reason I mentioned specifically the ancient Veda texts. They don't have these problems. There's other ancient peoples who's oral tradition is steep with these stories. For the ancient societies that had writing (like the Chinese) we do find stories that mimic all these other stories
sky people come down, and teach, and bring knowledge.
I submit it's likely these 'holy encounters' have happened even in our written age. Academics twist and turn these events (to fit their paradigm) until they are unrecognizable the what the actual eyewitnesses said. Example, Fatima.
> I never said that the ancients "weren't very bright" nor do I
> deny the possiblity of AAs... just don't think we should jump
> to conclusions...
I was responding to Susan Doris in that remark. Sorry if I gave an impression of overlay on your remarks.