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Posted on Thursday, August 29 - 2013

A photo of the strange footprint engravings.
Image Credit: Nitish Priyadarshi

Geologist Nitish Priyadarshi has identified some unusual rock carvings near a small Indian village. According to local lore, the mysterious footprints represent the location at which the "sky gods" landedthousands of years ago.

Engraved in to pure granite, the prints have the appearance of the type of sandals worn in the region in ancient times and measure between 10 and 11 inches in length.Perhaps the most interesting point of all however is the presence of an engraved image of what Priyadarshi believes to be a "flying object"."The footprints and the flying object are on the same piece of rock on each other"s side," he told the Epoch Times. "Maybe they were engraved to show that the two king gods arrived at the place ona flying object."The exact age of the engravings is unclear however Priyadarshi believes that the weathering indicates that they are likely to date back thousands of years in accordance with the legend."We live in a highly advanced, technical world, but there are nevertheless a great many mysteries all around us," he said.

Source: EpochTimes

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Posted on Friday, May 14 - 2010

By: Colin Mulligan

Have ETs been visiting the earth for millions of years? Did our distant ancestors witness UFOs? Well, according to some serious UFO researchers there is plenty of evidence to suggest so. Figures of ‘Space people’ and UFOs, they say, are depicted in ancient cave drawings and can be found on age-old pottery. Furthermore, they claim many myths and legends, and even the Bible and other sacred texts from around the world, contain corroborative evidence for such a startling theory. All we must do, they say, is stop treating these ancient texts and primitive art forms as works of fiction and over imaginative nonsense, and start reading them as eye-witness accounts. Have extraterrestrials been visiting the earth since ancient times? Well, according to some serious UFO researchers there's a distinct possibility. And among corroborative evidence for this startling theory they cite ancient cave paintings, pottery, and sculpture; myths, legends, and even passages of the Bible and other religious texts. All we must do, they say, is stop treating these sacred writings and primitive art forms as made-up stories or nonsense, and start looking upon them as actual eye-witness accounts.

In According To The Evidence, Erich Von Daniken, a best-selling author and ancient ET visitation exponent, tells us about the Dogon, a primitive West African tribe now settled in Mali. Apparently for thousands of years the Dogon have been telling the same creation myth claiming that they originate from a distant planet. But even further to this, the myth they tell encompasses astonishingly accurate knowledge of a dim and heavy star called Sirius B, which, invisible to the naked eye, was not even discovered until the 1950s by astronomers using the most modern radio telescopes of the day! So how could the primitive Dogon have come by this and other such astonishing astronomical knowledge? Well, Von Daniken suggests that the only possible explanation is that the creation myth is based on fact and the Dogon really do have ET connections...

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Posted on Saturday, January 24 - 2009

By: SC Rus

The first recorded incident regarding Alexander the Great and UFO's was recorded in 329BC. Alexander decided to invade India and was attempting to cross the river Indus to engage the Indian army when "gleaming silver shields" swooped down and made several passes over the battle. These "gleaming silver shields" had the effect of startling his cavalry horses, causing them to stampede. They also had a similar effect on the enemies' horses and elephants so it was difficult to ascertain whose side these "gleaming silver shields" were on. Nevertheless, after exiting the battle victoriously Alexander decided to not proceed any further into India.

Seven years later Alexander was confronted with the greatest challenge of his military career. In his attempt to conquer the Persian Empire he realized that the city of Tyre needed to be captured in order to prevent the Persians from using that port to land an army behind him.The original coastal city of Tyre had been destroyed before and had been rebuilt some distance offshore from its original site. Having no navy, Alexander decided to use the remains of the old city to build a causeway to the new one.It took Alexander six full months to do this and when the task was completed and his troops staged their assault they were easily rebuffed because the walls were too high to quickly scale and too thick to batter down. Not only that but the causeway was too narrow to allow sufficient troops to launch a massive enough attack to overwhelm the enemy in order to scale the walls.

Not only was this a problem for Alexander but apparently a problem for God as well. Both the prophets Ezekiel and Isaiah had spoken of Gods' curse and eventual destruction of Tyre. (Ezekiel Chapters 27 & 28 and Isaiah Chapter 23). How was Alexander going to achieve his goal? How was God going to ensure that His prophecy would be fulfilled? The historical account, recorded by Alexander’s chief historian, states that, during an attack of the island city, one of two 'gleaming silver shields' attacked a section of the wall with a 'beam of light' which subsequently caused that section of the wall to fall! Alexander’s' men poured through the opening and captured the city.

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Posted on Wednesday, May 07 - 2008

Philip Coppens : In 1973, Erich von Däniken, at the height of his fame, claimed in his book “The Gold of the Gods” that he had found a gigantic subterranean tunnel system in Southern America. It was a major claim – and one that seriously would tarnish his profile, for his source would soon deny he had said no such thing. For many, the incident proved that von Däniken was a fabricator of lies. The story that brought von Däniken to South America partly began in the Brazilian town of Manaus. There, on March 3, 1972, a German journalist Karl Brugger met a local Amazonian Indian, Tatunca Nara, in the backstreet tavern Gracas a Deus.The meeting would result in Brugger"s book “The Chronicle of Akakor”, published in 1976, which saw a number of foreign editions and created the legend of Akakor, a mythical town somewhere deep within the Amazonian jungle, still left to be discovered.

The title of the book was supposedly the same title as the chronicle that the Amazonian Ugha Mogulala tribe (which also makes an appearance in the Indiana Jones movie) held sacred – or at least central – to their mythology and philosophy. Indeed, Tatunca Nara claimed to be a member of this unknown Amazonian tribe, the son of a native and the daughter of a German missionary – which was supposed to account for his impeccable German. The mere notion that an Amazonian tribe had a written chronicleitself was remarkable, as the Amazon population is largely believed not to have a written language. A second bombshell was that Tatunca claimed that the Year Zero of the Chronicle was 10,481 BC – very much outside accepted archaeological dates for human occupation of the Amazon, but perfectly fitting in the “Atlantis and Deluge” theory that many alternative researchers favoured as the anti-thesis to the science-wrought framework and which was, at the time, already made popular due to Edgar Cayce.

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