Ancient astronaut theory was buried decades ago when archaeologists demonstrated that primitive humans could have constructed the pyramids without alien help, but it may have been a premature death. Morten St. George, creator of SETI astronomy site CrypticThinking.com and author of cryptology book A Guide to Cryptic Thinking, has a way of seeing things in a different light, and a knack for uncovering new evidence.
CrypticThinking.com investigates a single ancient astronaut possibility for clues on where to search for extraterrestrial intelligence. The investigation centers on a lone space traveler of the sixth century A.D., deemed to have made contact with humans in the Andean region of South America and also in the Near East.
Website evidence of Andean contact now includes archaeological depictions of the alleged alien from the Tiwanaku (Tiahuanaco) civilization in Bolivia. St. George argues that these engravings are depicting an aquatic (essentially, a fish with appendages) with helmeted spacesuit and with hand-held devices that gave it the ability to fly around like Superman. St. George also takes a fresh look at the Nazca Lines (same time period) and he reproduces an archaeoastronomy Sun Disk from the Inca civilization of Peru, a cosmological piece that depicts aquatic aliens while alluding to a parallel universe and speed-of-light time travel.
St. George bases his evidence of simultaneous contact in the Near East on two Judaic Kabbalah texts (the Sefer Yetzirah and the alleged Revelations of Elijah) and the Islamic Koran, theorizing that parts of the Revelations survived for translation and inclusion in a book of prophecies published by Nostradamus in the sixteenth century. However, it is hardly of question of the three theological works referring to the alien. St. George concludes that all three were directly authored by the alien in the sixth century for the purpose of influencing the course of human history. He provides extensive theological and cryptological evidence.
St. George insists that he is a scholar, not another Van Daniken, and that his theories merit consideration. Maybe so, and now all aspects of these theories are online for universal judgment.
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