Wednesday, January 31, 2007

We alien


LM's revealation prompted me to this:

Once in college we were in a heated debate on the human existence. Adam and Eve said one. Evolution from the neanderthal man. And if Darwin had been right, have we over the last millenium evolved? Are we looking very different from our ancestors ? With the change in lifestyle, we should be slowly be evolving.
My opnion, we are aliens. It's so obvious. The comet came, kick up a dust storm so thick that the dinosours died. Well, it's mother ship's doing. They were on a mission. Creating living beings. They had to know if these beings could survive. They had to know which trait combinations were best suited to survive. They found earth's atmosphere closest to that of their planet. The drop off location had to be well spread out. A small colony in every climatic and geographical conditions. Some thrived others extinct. Blamed it on bad design or genes in our term. Oh yes, for the 1st few millenniums they came and visited. The pyramids and all those unexplained geoglyph designs comfirned. Should these beings encounter hardship, they were to turn to the heaven above. Many Ancient cultures were sun worshippers It's the telepathic link to the creator. Through the millennium, these beings not only adapted well but thrive and populated earth. More than once the population had to be control via natural disaster. Of course of late the visit has been less as these beings are begining to question their existence in this universe. Are we still in touch with creator? Of course, unless you are an atheist.

4 comments:

Las montañas said...

wow, didn't know you read so much into these things!

The ancient civilisations: incas, mayas, aztecs. especially the incas whom have superb mathematical skills and are sun worshippers.

Inspite of all these, I believe that the almighty God created Adam and Eve.

iml said...

LM
Well, doesn't it all makes you wonder? ;-)

Chris said...

You'd be surprised to learn that a number of scientists who considered themselves Christians also believe in Darwin's theory of the evolution of man....

As for me, I call myself a Christian; and I believe in the story of Adam and Eve.

Sleepless in Singapore said...

Then your so-called Christian scientists ought to reexamine their relationship with the God they profess to worship. If they don't want to look stupid in the eyes of their fellow non-Christian scientists, then they should have the courage to say, "nah .. I don't believe all that Adam and Eve crap in the Bible. From now on, I rather play golf on Sundays".

Jesus said in Luke 12:51, "Suppose ye that I am come to give peace on eath? I tell, Nay; but rather division:"

And that division begins with each one of us having to answer the question Joshua asked in Joshua 24:15, "Choose you this day whom ye will serve ..." .. Darwin or Jesus ("All thing were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made" - John 1:3), Evolution of Species or Genesis.