The Ancient Alien Question-A New Inquiry Into The Existence, Evidence and Influence of Ancient Visitors by Philip Coppens poses some very important questions as to how advanced ancient engineering feats were accomplished by the ordinary people of the time. There is a considerable impossibility to recreate a number of engineering feats even utilizing modern principles of mathematics and engineering.
For instance, there are three 800 ton stones incorporated into the base of the Temple of Baalbek in Lebanon, while a single stone weighing more than 1200 tons lies abandoned in a nearby quarry. At the end of the twentieth century, there was equipment capable of lifting up 2000 tons, although transportation of the blocks was virtually impossible to perform. The meaning is that the engineers of Baalbek possessed a technology surpassing modern capabilities.
Out of Place in Time and Space by Lamont Wood explains the controversy over a 1460 painting of the Christ child holding a toy helicopter in hand while being held by the Mother Mary. The cover of the book shows a picture of the Mother Mary with a flying saucer overhead. So, the art world provides independent evidence of unexplained phenomena centuries ago.
Another imponderable is that in 2500 BC, the three pyramids of the Giza Complex in Egypt were laid out in the formation of Orion's Belt. Two millennia afterward, the three pyramids in Teotihuacan in Mexico (the other side of the world) were constructed similarly.
Another imponderable is life expectancy as set forth in the Bible. The Book of Genesis sets life expectancy at 120 years. Genesis-Book 5 cites Adam who lived 930 years and at least 6 other people who lived beyond 900 years old. Martin Luther believed that these patriarchs had a better diet and sounder bodies with less of an impact of sin.
The Nazca lines in Peru are one of the billboards for ancient theories of aliens. The patterns are reminiscent of modern airport layouts. The logical question addresses itself as to the reason these airport designs were constructed somewhere in the vicinity of 500BC.
The Nakhla meteorite fell to earth on June 28, 1911. Many people witnessed its explosion in the upper atmosphere before falling to earth in 40 pieces. When analyzed , the meteroite turned out to be the first Martian meteorite to show signs of aqueous processes. Scientists found that the rock had been exposed to water which is a condition precedent to water ever existing on Mars. In recent years, the Mars orbiter and rover missions have shown that Mars once had abundant sources of water. If so, the odds favor the notion that Mars once had and still may have microbial life.
The Ancient Alien Question poses important issues concerning whether or not aliens ever visited this planet. Does the presentation provide enough evidence to answer the skeptics? Probably not. What would be needed to strengthen the case for aliens having once visited the earth? Examples of direct evidence would be unexplainable language lettering found in only one or a few places, untraceable minerals/materials found in only one or a few locations, dead corpses with differentiating characteristics that are not fully human and machines which function mechanically against the teachings of modern science or inventorship. An example of such machinery would be a crashed flying saucer operating under fusion power principles which haven't been fully perfected on earth.
The Ancient Alien Question takes the reader farther than other literature which has absolutely no support for alien visitations. There are a collection of novel and unexplainable ancient artifacts together with some machinery that demonstrates an unknowable origin or purpose. The proof of alien visitation is an extremely difficult undertaking which may not be resolved conclusively in this century or the next.
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