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    I’m all grown up but also an avid doc who fan, plus star trek, Stargate, Babylon five, Battlestar Galactica, in fact anything spacy or games of throney, am looking forward to the new star trek TV series and the latest star trek film, also love all the super hero movies which are getting darker and darker, if you hav’nt seen it watch Jupiter ascending excellent story. But anyway I’m not to bothered if aliens exist or not as long as they keep sticking them in movies.

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    #12141

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    I loved Dr Who as a kid and it sure scared the hell out of me at times, these days I find it a little too strange but I guess thats because I am an old b****rd. Still love anything Trekky.

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    If there are aliens? That’s scary. If not, then that’s scarier still.

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    Gleaner very dry! I think it’s a case of us watching them watching us, watching them :yahoo:

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    #12821

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    This is a very good read on the subject.
    http://www.nickbostrom.com/extraterrestrial.pdf

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    #12823

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    If time travel is a possibility in the future

    we would have been visited by someone from the future by now.

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    #12874

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    How do you know we haven’t :wacko:

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    There are many examples of unexplained images of visitors from the sky in the artwork, sculpture and artifacts from ancient cultures.
    Images of what have been described in ancient languages as “space men” or “gods coming down from the sky in a cloud of fire” etc the images show what sometimes looks like someone in a space helmet.
    There is a very clear image on an old stone carving in an ancient egyptian temple of flying machines, helicopters etc.
    All this evidence is from widely separated cultures who couldn’t communicate with each other.
    Maybe Arthur C Clarke wasn’t too far off the beam in the first part of 2000 Space Odessey!

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    I have no religion,
    except, perfectly willing to accept that I am unable to BEGIN to appreciate the vastness and probably endless possibilities in the universe,
    how presumptious are we to come up with our explanations of creation, “gods” etcccccc :scratch:
    Surely, in the indescribable vastness of the ‘known’ UNIVERSE? there must be a better offer than UZZ LOT. (I HOPE) :unsure:

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    Evidently, the Daily Express is running an article today which states that Obama ‘may’ make disclosure before the end of his presidency. :wacko:

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    That’s news in itself Gleaner, the Daily Express reporting on something else other than Princess Di or the weather :yahoo:

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    Well, to go from one extreme to another. Have you ever heard of Baba Vanga?

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    Is that the old lady that predicted things?

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    Yes.

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    Yes! That made me larf out loud! :yahoo:

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    I’m sure there was a Monty Python sketch done about her.

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    Back to the point in hand, as fitter rightly points out, there are many things in the ancient temples and tunnels etc, which depict things far ahead of their abilities at that time, technologically speaking.
    In famous paintings too, which haven’t been censored, though it does make me wonder how many ancient carvings and the like were destroyed by the early christians, the inquisitors and the romans etc.
    And how much info the Vati-con is sitting on.

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    With regard to the Roman Church, I once read a book about the French chap who deciphered the Egyptian hieroglyphs, he was sponsored by the Roman Church, the one condition was that if he found anything that contradicted the Bible he was to tell no one only the Roman church. So one does wonder how much information has actually been kept from us. I’m more inclined to be believe true civilisation started way before most experts think it actually did, most experts tend to slot various new finds into the period in which they think they should fit, you can’t carbon date stone, so you basically take a guess. What I can’t understand is that the Romans could build giant structures out of concrete and they are still standing today, yet we can build structures out of concrete and fifty years later they are falling down?.

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    @Bo , I believe it’s most commonly referred to as ‘Designed Obsolescence’.

    I mean just look at wtc 7, (remember that?) which just ‘fell over’!

    Not a planned demolition at all no  :cry:

    & it does stand to reason, the point made about civilizations (far away in our mostly unknown past) being in existence.  What with the capabilities we ‘apparently’ had way back when-ever.

    I’m still surprised that more people, aren’t more interested in discovering more factual information.  Having said that, the internet can be a place for both truth and complete fiction, so, as usual it’s down to the individual to make up their own mind, or believe whatever they choose. :wacko:

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    Fascinating stuff.

    I would recommend an excellent read by Dr Lyall Watson called ‘Supernature’. It was first published around 1973 and I still have the copy. It’s a book which looks at all things supernatural in a refreshingly ‘modern’ way. The book is still as fresh as it was over 40 years ago with many of his ideas and theories as valid as ever.

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    An excerpt from the book I’m writing. This was as a 6 or 7 year old kid…..
    ….’I remember the morning Dad arrived back from one of the many jobs he had at the time, one amongst them being to deliver beetroot to places on the south coast, he was visibly shaken as was his driving partner Terry (an ambulance driver during the day), the gist of the conversation with mum was, “You never guess what we saw last night Anne? A bleedin UFO. A mile across with millions of red lights around it. Purring like a cat it was. It flew right over our eads and came to rest above a quarry, just stayed there for twenty minutes or so then went away so fast your eyes couldn’t follow it, just as if it vanished”. To which mum replied, “You’re having me on you two are, you’ve been listening to the radio”. “How could we?”, replied Dad, “We don’t have a radio in the wagon”. “Why. What’s happened?” He asked. “Oh!” She said , “Evidently thousands of people up around the Warminster area said they saw a UFO or something last night.” I was shivering listening to this and it wasn’t because I was stood bo**ock naked in the kitchen sink.

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    I wonder if that’s where George Lucas got the idea for the enormous vessels in star Wars :unsure:

    Must’ve scared the piss out of em both!

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    Yes when you look at the pyramids etc, all the advanced maths that went into the construction, plus all the writings on the stones, in Greece the ruins in Athens, have underground heating, toilets etc, all involved a higher intelligence , and as others have said, building amazing buildings,whereas now, we are on the breeze block and a dab of cement job, dreadful!  I really think we were ‘visited’ a long time ago with all this advanced learning, to teach us how to do it, probably mad, but I cannot understand why in my childhood I was sitting on a plank of wood in the dark, in a shed in the garden, with the NEWs of the World on a bit of string, when hundreds of years ago they had such fabulous bathing, toilets and heating systems! Plus the ability to communicate by thought, that’s another fasinating subject! :wacko:

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    @Blue, & many free energy devices too :yes:   :cry:

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    & yes indeed, Telepathy is a very interesting thought ;-)

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    Yes I used to be able to do it with Mum in times of deep stress, she knew what I was saying to her! It was quite strange, this was before mobile phones Ofcourse,  I think it’s quite possible to ‘tune’ in to someone you care deeply about. The best time was when she had a very big operation and I wasn’t allowed to visit her, I kept telling her in my mind to ‘hang on and fight this’ not all day just sometimes, when I eventually got to see her she said to me, “I was in a desert, and I had two choices, come to you or go to my own mother, “(dead) she was quite annoyed my dad hadn’t visited, as she said I had (neither of us could)and said to him the exact words I had said. :heart:

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    The only way to discover the limits of the possible is to go beyond them into the impossible.

    Arthur C Clarke

    Edit – And many of his predictions have proved to have come true.

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    @pete james, at that price, I think I’ll have the two that are available

    ;-)   Sounds like a read which is worth discrediting!

    (Largely because we’re taught a cart load of crap in school.)

    Though, I have to add, that I haven’t read this yet, so….  (but it does hold promise) :yes:

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    Yes all them heated baths but no soap. Pyramids, easy to build, thousands and thousands of farming folk with nothing to do but chip away at stone all day, for setting out all you need is a unit of measure and you are away. Everything can be explained. Problem is dating it. We all have to realise that we aren’t anymore intelligent now than we were back then, we just know more. Some people still have to have a god, some still believe in the existence of witches, possession, demon’s and ghost’s. Me I believe in none of it but would absolutely love to meet an alien, but then if life came from space are we not aliens.

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    @Blue, sounds a little like prayer, what you were doing there, that and your projecting (& manifesting!) of positivity :yes:   :heart:

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