Almost all Gods are believed to come from the skies. From Christianity to Islam, to Hinduism, to Judaism, gods of all religions have some connections with the skies. So, did they really come from a world other than earth? There are speculations that gods came from a different world. Some people believe that they were aliens; at least ancient astronaut theorists strongly believe that gods were aliens and came from another world. Let us come across some facts that force us to believe that our so-called gods were aliens.
Depiction of Gods
Depiction of Gods
- If gods were humans, why civilizations across the world have been depicting them so differently? For example, in ancient Mesopotamian cultures, a group of deities, Anunnaki have been depicted more like gray aliens than humans. They are believed to come from skies and people in Mesopotamia used to worship them like gods. Some Anunnaki gods have been depicted with bird or reptilian heads.
- Two popular paintings of 13th and 17th centuries, one hangs over the alter at the Visoki Decani Monestary in Kosovo, Yugoslavia and another is located in the Svetishoveli Cathedral in Mtskheta, Georgia, depict two flying objects on either side of Christ. These objects, more like flying saucers, also have flames and are appearing to blast-off into skies.
- Indra is the god of rain and thunderstorm in Indian mythology. He was believed to live in Svaragloka (haeaven), a place somewhere in space. He had a weapon called Vajra which he used to kill sinners and ignorant persons. In Norse mythology, a similar depiction of the god of thunder, lightning storm, and the protector of mankind is Thor. He wielded hammer as his weapon and lived in heaven-like place called Asgard that was only accessible via Bifrost Bridge.
- A deity of Mayan has been depicted to wear an astronaut-like helmet with tubes. There are many Mesoamerican or Mayan statues that totally resemble pilots in space suits.
- A painting "The Madonna with Saint Giovannino" hangs over Palazzo Vecchio and was most likely painted by Domenico Ghirlandaio in 15th century, depicts an unidentified flying object above Mary's left shoulder. A man and his dog can also clearly be seen looking up at the floating object.
- In many Sanskrit epics, Vimanas have been referred as mythical flying machines. Ramayana, one of the great epics of India and Nepal, mentions a Vimana owned by Ravana. It was made by Vishwakarma for Brahma who is the Hindu god of creation. Brahma gifted this flying machine to Kubera, the god of wealth, but was later stolen, along with Lanka, by his half-brother, the demon king Ravana.
- Lord Yhovah is described as flying in all different clouds. In different depictions, he can be seen to fly in bright clouds, dark clouds, white clouds, thick clouds, low clouds and fiery clouds. There are platforms, great fires, storms, sky dwellings that propose some kind of flying vehicle that the god lives in, and travels in.
- Teotihuacan, a pre-Columbian Mesoamerican city in the basin of Mexico has its architectural significant for top-less pyramids. The name Teotihuacan means "the place where men become gods. These pyramids do not have any chambers on top. They have flat tops which appear to be vertical landing platforms for some kind of sky vehicles. Each platform also has a set of staircase.
- Many gods and divine beings mentioned in the Bible traveled in flying machine like object that rapidly flew, spun and projected light beams at night. These objects could have descended to the ground and ascended into the sky. They could have also hovered over ground and generated sounds.
- There are thousands of gods and deities worshipped all over the world, and there are hundreds of mythological objects or weapons dedicated to them. Most common weapons with which most of the gods have been depicted include swords, tridents, bows and staves. All the depictions of gods, regardless of their orientations, show them with one or more divine object or weapon. For example, a weapon creating thunderbolt has been mentioned in most of the mythologies. The Hebrew Bible mentions about an arrow-like weapon generating lightning. Vedic mythology mentions about a thunderbolt weapon called Vajra that was wielded by Lord Indra. In Greek mythology, Zeus had thunderbolt weapon. In Igbo mythology, the thunderbolt is the weapon of Amadiora. There are tens of similar examples for the use of a thunderbolt-types weapon.
- Many researchers have adopted the view that kings of Atlantis, a legendary island first mentioned in Plato's dialogues Timaeus and Critias, written about 360 BC, were the later gods of Egypt, Greece, America and North Europe. Atlantis is believed to have technology of very advanced stages. The book A Dweller On Two Planets describes many references with respect to Atlantis. There is mention of devices like air conditioner, lamps, light-tubes, electric rifles, guns, mono-rail transportation system, water generators, aerial ships, etc.
- Seti I, and his son Ramses II, considered as god kings, built the temple of Abydos. In this temple, there is a heavy stone slab for supporting the ceiling. The stone slab has hieroglyphical writings, which illustrate some futuristic crafts such as a helicopter, a space ship, hovercraft or tank, an airplane, and the last one also looks like some kind of spacecraft.
- Carved lid of the tomb of K'inich Janaab' Pakal in the Temple of the Inscriptions shows the king Pakal sitting in the cockpit of some compact aerial vehicle and operating levers. He also has some kind of oxygen tube connected to his mouth. Researchers have also discovered a huge artifact, identical to the exhaust system of a rocket engine, in the secret chamber below the tomb Pakal.
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