Topic ID #38576 - posted 8/6/2017 5:02 PM

Aliens? No way!



rkeyo

Moderator
Peruvian archaeologists are tired of debunking claims of extraterrestrial influence on human history. In 1968, Swiss author Erich von Däniken’s Chariots of the Gods? introduced the mainstream to the theory that the Nazca Lines, the massive geoglyphs in Southern Peru whose shapes are fully visible only from the air, were landing strips for “ancient astronauts.” Archaeologists calmly disagree, positing that they were astronomical designs that turned the desert itself into an observatory, or counter constellations matching the dark spaces in the Milky Way, or, more abstractly, cosmological figures meant to be seen by skyward deities, of which ancient Peru had many. 2008’s Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull put a new spin on this old tale, including, for good measure, the large-skulled aliens that pepper North American abduction stories.

https://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2017/08/how-to-fake-an-alien-mummy/535251/

http://news.ku.edu/2017/08/03/documentary-exploring-evidence-extraterrestrial-life-ancient-peru-based-pseudoscience





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