Came across this online issue of the Journal of Cosmology recently. This issue is all about archaeoastronomy, a fascinating field.
Now the obvious rant: “All these archaeo-astronomical structures all over the world — this *proves* the aliens landed and gave humankind advanced knowledge of the stars!!”
My equally obvious response: No, it proves that when you’re on the earth, the sky is seen all over the globe — and people observed it and tried to track and “map” its behavior. If you were patient enough, you could do this in your backyard (I don’t recommend marking with megaliths, though — maybe just drawing lines on your picket fence).
Right, there were no “aliens”, the “aliens” were the watchers. They taught manking all things, according to the book of Henoch.
sorry type error, I meant “mankind”
> (I don’t recommend marking with megaliths, though — maybe just drawing lines on your picket fence).
Excellent advice. Primative creatures should not try to duplicate the works of vastly superior civilizations.
Stay with scratching lines on their cave walls, drawing in the dirt and drawing lines on picket fences and leave the marking with megaliths to the Anunnaki or any other “Gods” that might drop into planet Earth from time to time.
That will save you a lot of frustration.
yeah, there’s lots of evidence for that. Especially from Mesopotamia. LOL.
Yeah MSH not mesopotamia.. but ancient african tribes such as the Zulu and watusi speak of sitchins accounts.. this by no way means i agree with sitchin.. its just if all ancient cultures apart from the ‘so called mesopotamians’ talk about it there has to be an element of truth in it, somewhere along the lines.
can you give me the sources for the Zulu and Watusi? I don’t believe this, so I’d like some verification or things I can check.
Yes i can credwo mutwa an zulu ancient african shaman.. and im not talking about somebody writing about them.. im talking about them themselves saying it.. im pretty shocked for a PHD that you wouldnt have heard of credo mutwa. not taking a dig at you that is.. and nope im not talking about icke the man who has interviewed it.. And mutwa did have evidence an ancient artifact around his neck.. but recently it was stolen off him.
I have heard of Credo Mutwa, but only because I traffic in paleobabble. What he says would garner no interest among scholars. So, what we have is some sort of shamanistic experience-guy as proof. Nice.
Well No MSH it isnt really experience if the guy had evidence to back up his claim and has had his life threatened.. you claim ‘shamanistic experience’ proof.. i could say the same thing about moses, enoch and the likes who would all fall into this band and simply write off their proof by your logic.
Just as Mutwa speaks of his stories which were passed down by word of mouth ‘Oral’
so were your biblical stories. so to write it off as an experience is pretty shallow.. The fact that you only reffered to paleobabble shows you havent taken the time to even explore what the man has had to say properly. When scholers tend not to agree with another concensus they tend to hide behind the usual ‘ it wouldnt be accepted by scholers’ argument.
Someone on another one of your pages made a comment about you cherry picking.. im sorry but i have to agree.. I was expecting you to show me some sort of evicence to back up your claim by not using the cliche ‘scholers dont except it’ and prove that what mutwa says is baseless.. you can respond.. But i think for a PHD your reasoning is totally flawed, and rather idiotic to say the least.. all you had to say was thankyou and explain why you didnt agree mutwas reasoning without the ‘nice’ interjection.
This shows me the level of maturity you really have when it comes to these issues. and from your response i think i will refrain from using you as a source when debating as i use to. You claim that sitchin is a spin doctor.. but to be honest i think your no different when you hold an apologetist view towards christianty, cherry picking and using certain scholership to support christianty is superior than all other religions and schools of thought is no better than when muslims tried to say allah was worshipped in ancient egypt.
so let’s have this evidence that isn’t experience.