Evidence of Aliens and Ancient Astronauts

Aliens and Ancient Astronauts

Digging deep into history as far as physical record and verbal legend allows, a great amount of astonishing literature and artifacts uncovered depict how ancient civilizations were much more technologically advanced than ever imagined. Piles of evidence suggesting our ancestors once communicated with beings from the sky is continuously being discovered and changing the world as we understand it. Stories and legends across multiple ancient cultures seem to point toward similar concepts and perceptions of reality even in scenarios where our ancestors are believed to have never interacted with each other.

Sumerian Anunnaki

Ancient Sumerian texts define the Anunnaki as “those who from heaven to Earth came” described as royal blood descending from the heavens and in certain contexts, the fallen angels or Nephilim. By comparative religions, it’s believed the book of Genesis (600 BCE) was extrapolated from the Sumerian Epic of Creation believed to occur between 6000-8500 BCE. Records are also filled with great details of Anunnaki depicted as watchers, evident in later Biblical texts by Daniel and Jubilees. The ancient Sumerians sometimes described these deities as proprietors of mineral extractions from Earth, using the human race to replenish invaluable resources on the angel’s home planet according to some researchers. Anunnaki were a heavenly council of seven, which may be interpreted as the first known written record referencing organized sons of god.

By historical accounts, the Anunnaki were the Gods & Goddesses who met occasionally in the heavens to indirectly determine the fate of mankind if by no fault of their own. Abraham’s father Terah is considered as one who served the fallen angels, as the sons of the gods/goddesses, found in Psalms with reference to the Nephilim. Sharing part of the Babylonian creation myth as the children of Anu and Ki, the Anunnaki are associated with Earth’s fate in Zecharia Sitchin’s stories of Planet X (Nibiru, the 12th planet), and its return to over a long elliptical orbit. The Hopi tribe believe in a similar prophecy called the Blue Kachina, a time when the star people return to oversee a changing cycle of life on Earth.

When examining mysterious Anunnaki artifacts one might notice a unique resemblance to Egypt’s interpretations of gods and goddesses. Angelic characteristics, the sun disc, and stories of the afterlife from the Book of the Dead hint strongly at an ancient Sumerian influence. Exactly how the Egyptians were in contact with the Sumerians, or which civilization was established first remains largely in debate. Archaeological evidence does propose both cultures may have coexisted during a period around 3,000 to 5,000 years ago by examining Mesopotamian temples and their distinct relation to Mastabas of the first and second Egyptian dynasties. There are several Egyptian artifacts which bare concepts of the Sumerian culture, yet there are also indications suggesting the possibility Egypt may have influenced Sumer during their state of unification. Historical time-lines show the Egyptians established foreign trade routes, secured precious stones, and designed sophisticated structures well before Sumerians. Yet, dating when the Sumerian epics took place establishes a time well before the settlement of Nineva 8,000 years ago by a culture who shares similar characteristics as both Egyptians and Sumerians, the Assyrians.


Dogon Star Connection


Located in Mali West Africa, the Dogon have a rich culture dating to around 3200 BCE, and are believed to have descended from ancient Egyptians. Deeply rooted traditions of the Dogon people speak of the Nommos who visited from a companion star to Sirius. The Nommos are known as amphibious beings who have also appeared in numerous related myths found in the Babylonian, Accadian and Sumerian cultures. Sirius’ companion star has a 50 year elliptical orbit and is not visible to the naked eye. According to some research, modern astronomers did not know the companion star existed until the Dogon myth was discovered. They tell us how the Nommos shared the knowledge of Sirius with them and left behind several artifacts. One artifact depicting the Sirius constellation carbon dates to 400 years ago, a little over 230 years before astronomers suspected the existence of the companion star.

The Dogon people were first documented over a several year study performed by French anthropologist Marcel Griaule. In his research notes we find conversations between Griaule and a Dogon elder named Ogotemmeli, who speaks of multiple companion stars in the Sirius system. There are entries suggesting the Nommos visited on a very large star ship on several occasions, and the notes also indicate Dogon people knew of Saturn’s rings, and the many moons of Jupiter. Every 60 years Dogon people celebrate the cycle of Sirius A and B which rises further questions considering Sirius B’s 50 year cycle. Dogon mysteries mention another star in the system, which would be called Sirius C if confirmed by modern telescopes. Nommos are believed to inhabit a planet orbiting Sirius C though mainstream science does not consider the Sirius constellation to be a prime candidate for life.

Earlier astronomical studies by Friedrich Bessel, Alvan Clark, and Walter Adams determined the existence of Sirius B, and for a short time in the 1920’s a tiny unknown pinpoint of light was observed, hinting at the possibility of a second companion. Research in 1995 concluded that based on observations of motions in the Sirius system, a red dwarf star about 1/20th the mass of Sirius B theoretically exists. According to a study performed by NASA Astrophysics European Southern Observatory, the Sirius system based on a 6 year perturbation period of Sirius A and Sirius B suggests a second companion star exists, namely Sirius C, likely orbiting around the primary. Light has yet to be observed from the theoretical companion as the light from the primary A and companion B obscure results – Along with the fact Sirius C is suggested to have a maximum 15-20 absolute magnitude, making it very difficult to see.

Hopi Indians Kachina

The Peaceful People, Hopi, live in northeast Arizona to this present day and are believed to be descendants from cultures to the north, east and south. Anasazi are ancestors is the Hopi, which creates a direct relation to the ancient Aztec culture. Though many civilizations around the world maintain religious beliefs of gods descending from the sky, the Hopi believe they came up from the ground. One of the many Hopi legends specifically references Ant People who inhabit the heart of the Earth. Artwork displaying the Ant People strongly resembles depictions found in modern gray alien encounter reports.

Hopi believe star people and star knowledge will return at the end of the current cycle of time, as they have in past cycles. At the time of the Blue Kachina, star people visit the heart of the Earth to be protected during the world’s destruction. When the first world was destroyed, people returned to the surface to live as ants for the duration of the second world. The third world describes an advanced civilization with flying shields and wars between distant cities eventually destroyed by great floods – Very similar to Babylonian mythology. Hopi are now caretakers of the fourth world in exchange for the privilege of living on Earth. They believe the coming of the fifth world is near and will commence when members of the Fire Clan return.

Legend of the Blue Kachina also coincides with Mayan prophecy, and Planet-X theory, suggesting an interconnection between Hopi beliefs and those of the Ancient Mayans. Furthermore, the legend of Pahana seems to be in direct relation to the Aztec story of Quetzalcoatl, connecting the Hopi to several North American Indian cultures who recognize the horned serpent. Additional prophetic mysteries tend to relate with many creation stories and religious belief systems of other ancient civilizations in both North and South America. According to the Hopi, five stone tablets of creation exist. One was kept by the creator, two given to the Hopi themselves, and the remaining two given to brothers in history to be brought back together when the world reunites in peace, holding true in the Hopi way.


Dharamsala Temple & UFO Figures



According to quite a few, repeated sources, there are paintings displaying alien-like unidentified flying objects in the Dharamsala Temple, where the Dalai Lama lives in exile. In traditional Tibetan art, like the image of 1000 Buddhas, it’s evident such an interpretation may perceived from the artwork. Rather than self-expression, Tibetan art is a tool for enlightenment with emphasis placed on a recursive sacred process, often achieved through ancient Tantric qualities, instead of a directive toward end aesthetic results. Many painted deities appear in a meditative position, depicted well above ground level. Projecting the deity floating in the sky is Tibetan symbolism of enlightenment. Details surrounding the seat and deity sometimes demonstrate possible propulsion systems, leading people to believe these paintings incorporate some type of ancient aircraft. Perhaps repetitive process here, allows the subconscious to project itself into our physical realm.

Beyond the artwork itself are many stories and legends passed down speaking of gods who fought battles in the sky and the recently media famous Vimanas. Ancient mythologies spanning multiple cultures correlate and essentially corroborate stories of alien flying aircraft. Given the long historical record of these legends, it is not by stretch of the imagination to believe there might be a connection between the written ancient Vimana legends and deity imagery found throughout related cultural artwork. Perhaps meditation is necessary to effectively control the aircraft, or is required in order to achieve an elevated state of enlightenment capable of universal knowledge. It could also be possible more emphasis was placed on the imagery of the deity simply because they were of flesh and blood. However the mysterious artwork is looked upon, uncertainties in Tibetan artwork interpretation are enough for us to think there may be something further, especially when certain characteristics greatly resemble those of modern and future technologies.

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