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Recently I've been listening to and reading a lot of channeled stuff, pertaining to ancient earth history and alien life.

Although between the accounts in this book and this interview with Astronaut Gordon Cooper:

...the existence of UFOs has seemed to me a virtual certainty, I'll admit that some of the "ancient earth/alien history" put forward by some channelers has shall I put this...a bit hard for me to swallow. (But it's fun to think about).

What I'm referring to are notions of "alien DNA" in humanity's lineage, and purported extraterrestrial origins of beings like the Anunnaki.

However, it all just got a little easier to swallow after coming across the recent news reports that the building blocks of DNA have been discovered as existing in a frozen state in "interstellar clouds" which predate the birth of our own solar system:

Talk about synchronicity! I admit I nearly jumped out of my seat when I read this stuff.

Comments, thoughts, responses?

EDIT 3/13/2013

This just in...possibly HUGE news:

Maybe Bashar's prediction about us knowing of the definite existence of extraterrestrial life by 2015-2017 is coming true a bit early? (He had recently moved up his predicted date of contact).

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asked 01 Mar '13, 01:44

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edited 18 Mar '13, 23:39

we cannot let this world bring us down, what I mean by that is GOD MADE EVERYTHING THROUGH JESUS CHRIST, NOTHING THAT EXIST WAS MADE WITHOUT HIM. Whatever these scientist found is only is GODS.

(02 Mar '13, 16:29) Popi Bearcat Gibson

@lozenge123 - I had not heard about this before. Facinating stuff. Thanks for the links!

(03 Mar '13, 02:40) Grace

@Grace - Glad you enjoyed...isn't it all amazing? Exciting times...

(03 Mar '13, 12:32) lozenge123

@Wade Casaldi - Thanks for the links. Although I have seen simply too much solid evidence to concur with Cockell's hypothesis, there is plenty of room in the Universe for these sort of theories...and it will make the eventual "revelation" all the more fun. As far as I'm concerned, the question concerning the existence of ETs has been completely settled by the evidence and testimony presented in the following book. It's not a book I would recommend to everyone, however...

(16 Mar '13, 19:11) lozenge123

...The notion that we are not alone in the Universe freaks some people out...even though it was highly consoling to me. Even when attacked by Peruvian and Iranian military jets, UFOs merely continuously evaded (spectacularly), rather than retaliated against, the planes. Which definitely suggests benevolence rather than hostility, kind of like how our nature documentarians would deal with an angry tiger. :)

(16 Mar '13, 19:12) lozenge123

Also, whatever the truth, there's a very high possibility we'll know what it is when this radio telescope becomes operational in 2024:

(16 Mar '13, 21:24) lozenge123
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it appears at times there is
unlimited diversity
of life below, at and
above our abode,

imagining its center
to be us is short sighted
why not learn to know others
of our cosmic system


answered 18 Mar '13, 18:24

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@fred - Nice. Thank you.

(18 Mar '13, 23:32) lozenge123

For me it all boils down to our interpretation of alien and dna ... as cosmic beings we can be present anywhere in the universe, for a cosmic being living other than on earth then earth beings could be considered as aliens ... wiki describes dna;

which can be resumed as " dna is a molecule encoding the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms and many viruses" ... the notion of alien dna in humanity's lineage fits in nicely with this concept; that aliens if they exist or have existed or will exist, share the same dna as humans on earth; that aliens can be considered as being "extra-terrestrial" (by definition) humans living elsewhere under a different form, a form that is adapted to their environment ... humanity could be living elsewhere under a different form that we perceive as being "aliens".


answered 01 Mar '13, 03:49

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ru bis

edited 01 Mar '13, 03:54

DNA is a substance like any other so I could appreciate that this could be a possibility.

The implications on this would be possible to have this germinate into various life on other planets. The problem comes when we have to consider how unique our planet has to be to support life.

However in the span of infinity the probability of such circumstances of having everything right to support life now increase to infinity itself.

It makes for a very interesting meditation of possibility.


answered 01 Mar '13, 03:50

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Wade Casaldi

edited 01 Mar '13, 16:55

@Wade Casaldi - Agreed. I was talking with a friend the other day about this. When we look at our own world, we see such incredible abundance. Somehow, in previous times, scientists looked to space and figured that unlike Earth, it was some vast, cold void or wasteland with a lot of fiery gas, but no life. Maybe it was because with past technology they could only see the stars as tiny pinpricks of light? And of course the traditional desire for US, humanity, to be the only...

(03 Mar '13, 12:42) lozenge123

... "special" beings in existence, God's special race of children chosen to be the sole inhabitants to fill this enormous void. Now, when we look at those incredible Hubble deep field images of all the galaxies in our Universe (see above image under my question), one is struck by the incredible diversity and beauty of creation. It makes so much more sense to me to liken the Universe to an ocean filled to the brim with a diversity and abundance of life, rather than a vast, lifeless void.

(03 Mar '13, 12:42) lozenge123

It seems that mainstream science is finally catching up with this view:

(03 Mar '13, 12:42) lozenge123
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