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"Religion has actually convinced people that there's an invisible man, living in the sky, who watches everything you do every minute of every day. And the invisible man has a special list of 10 things he does not want you to do. And if you do any of these 10 things, he has a special place full of fire and smoke and burning and torture and anguish where he will send *you* to live and suffer and burn and choke and scream and cry forever and ever til the end of time...but he loves you." -- George Carlin
Native American Indian UFO ET Alien Gods Star Beings
UFO's Aliens Vs Native North American Indian Myth, or Genuine Human History?
Native American "folklore" or "myth" as the Christian right refers, details the ancients encounters with "Star Beings", and can be harvested from the American Southwest to Tierra Del Fuego. In story-telling traditions dating back to antiquity, the gods once descended from heaven to impregnate barren females in remote villages. Mothers bearing these strange seeds would then nurture and raise the "Star Children" until the age of six or thereabouts, when the gods would return to reclaim their progeny, leaving villagers staring up into the infinite night.
The United States, as every other major land mass is filled with pyramids, hieroglyphs, petroglyphs, artifacts and sacred grounds to rival the Egyptian, and the Mayan digs...The native peoples that preceded our modern society recorded events and prophecies for the benefit of those who would follow. It was the part of the "job description" of being a tribal Shaman to hand down the sacred knowledge to the next generation of Shaman, and some say it's as accurate as it was thousands of years ago when induced.
Meet the "Star Beings" of world mythology as dipicted in Dry Fork Canyon, Utah
These fellas were engraved thousands of years ago, so we can rule out X-files pop culture
influence, eh? I think I saw the dude on the left in a Sci-Fi channel flick last week.
What do the references in Hopi mythology to mysterious "flying shields" signify? Stories from most all Native American regions and peoples, including the Southwest and Southeast, the Plains Indians, the Pawnee, the Northwest Coast, and California Indians are particularly suitable for reading aloud, and funny enough, coincide not only with each other, but with every other native continent cultures, tribes and peoples. Stories about the Pleiades, the Big Dipper, and the "Star Beings" that created and boosted man kind is all but common place.
They speak of how the Star Beings could travel about the skies in beams of light like the sun, but in the blackness of night. Stories like these are identical to what I've personally heard an African medicine men (shaman) claim. Same exact scenario, that before the missionaries came onto the scene, it was also common place among all tribes and shaman that our orgins were from "out there".
Any Peruvian South American Shaman will tell you the same exact thing, as well as aboriginal elders from down under. Native American and other world cultures can be interwoven with astronomical activities, providing a sense of careful observation and verbal documentation over time, handed down through the generations, and highlighting how the stars and planets have always been the true source of our exisistance, and inspirations. Yet, these very same "wise" people are branded as "Voo Doo" doctors or primitive sub species story tellers and myth makers.
Keep in mind, this common understanding and knowledge of our "Gods" with stood the test of time all the way until the "Biblical" groove took over. You've heard of the "tales" and "myths" of the mighty "Roman Gods". Even more infomaous are the Greek Gods, that still endure via intimate statues and monuments! Boy, thoese Greeks and Romans must havereally been whacky to have gone to such lengths over a myth, huh? I wonder who actually modeled for all those statues then? They claimed that the Gods were real, living beings, many actually "Demi-Gods" (Half alien half human, as it were).
I contend that if indeed there was a Jesus, which I don't disregard, that's exactly what he was. A Demi god. I'm not so sure. Perhaps if the truth was known, and we all realized where we actually came from, and how...and why... we as a planet might come to terms that we're all the same species, and cease the bloodshed due to differences in ideology, religion, skin color and so forth. (Of course we'd still have that "greed" thing to content with)
I realize that full disclosure is still a long time coming. Why? Because among other things, it would mean having to also disclose "free energy". (Electricity, Gas and Oil, free for all! HooYah!) That would disrupt that tiny little industry know as the "power and energy military industrial complex". You know, the multi-billion dollar - whoops, did I say billion? Um, make that multi-trillion dollar conglomerate that basically runs the "global" show. (We'll have more on that as our site gets updated)Native American folklore, where legends of "Star Beings" can be harvested from the American Southwest to Tierra Del Fuego. In story-telling traditions dating back to antiquity, the gods once descended from heaven to impregnate barren females in remote villages. Mothers bearing these strange seeds would then nurture and raise the "Star Children" until the age of six or thereabouts, when the gods would return to reclaim their progeny, leaving villagers staring up into the infinite night.
Starting with the Sumerians, the first great culture 6,000 years ago that spawned the Bablylonians, Persians, and Assyrians, through ALL subsequent "Intelligent advanced civilizations" and "non-advanced" indigenous cultures including the American Indians of North America, Mayan and Inca empires of South America, Aborigines of Australia, ancient Chinese and Hindu text scriptures from the Far East, Egyptians, of the Middle East, Dogons of Africa, and the Greek and Roman Gods of "mythology", every culture accepted for a fact that heavenly beings (Or Gods) had created Man kind. (In their own likeness, no less). Some coincidence to be a "myth", huh? To read more about the above mentioned myths, and view petrographs/petroglyphs from around the globe, see our page on Mans Orgins.
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